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Offers education, training and supervised clinical experience to further prepare an EMT student to function in the pre-hospital setting such as urban/rural EMS, fire services, or contracted medical work with industrial, tactical or expeditionary systems. Furthermore, students will be better equipped to apply for work with public and private healthcare institutions and correctional institutions. Emphasizes the enhanced EMT scope of practice available to practitioners in Colorado and elsewhere. Upon successful completion of the program individuals will obtain an Intravenous Therapy certification, Wilderness First Responder certification, and program completion certification for increased visibility during job applications.
Program co-requisites: EMS 121 , EMS 122 , EMS 123 , EMS 124 , and EMS 170 to begin