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Health and Public Service

Fire Technology and EMT

Looking for an exciting career that gives you the opportunity to help your community? Take a look at the Fire Tech and EMT programs to see which would be a great fit for you!

Our faculty provides you with important knowledge and skills, based on real-world experience, and supports you along your journey. We want you to succeed in whatever your goal may be:

  • Prepare to transfer to a four-year university

  • Meet continuing education requirements

  • Earn an Emergency Medical Technician course completion certification

  • Prepare for further health industry training

  • Gain skills to help your family and community during an emergency

EMT Program

The Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) program prepares you for emergency medical care, disaster relief response, and other critical tasks involved in serving communities during need.

Students who participate in the EMT program can obtain various certifications which most agencies use. Importantly, our EMT program meets Title 22 regulations, ensuring you will be qualified to take the National Registry for Emergency Medical Technicians exam. This in turn allows you to qualify for state licensure in any state. Those that become state certified can apply to work with ambulance companies, fire agencies once they complete the fire academy, law enforcement, or special event medical staff.

The EMT program can also act as a stepping stone for those interested in emergency medicine or planning on going into the medical industry such as paramedicine, nursing, respiratory therapy, and physician assistant, or just to be prepared for emergencies that life can bring.

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Fire Tech Program

The Fire Technology Program is designed to prepare students for transfer to four-year universities and exciting career opportunities in fire service. We also provide course work for currently employed fire service personnel interested in promoting or expanding in the fire service industry.

Our graduates find good employment with local, state, and federal fire departments, industrial fire safety and protection companies, and more.
Please note: The Fire Tech Program is not the Fire Academy. Visit the Fire Academy’s website to learn more about it - please do not contact the Fire Tech Program.

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Ready to learn more about our programs? Please fill out this quick interest form or email Leilani Roth.