Classes and Programs
Basic EMT Original
- January 13, 2015 — Tue & Thur, beginning Jan 13
- Dunleavy Hall
- John Malinchock
You will be introduced to basic life-support knowledge, skills and concepts as recognized by the New York State Department of Health. Upon successful completion of the course and a state practical skills examination, you will be allowed to sit for the NYSDOH written certification examination. Course content includes the legal aspects of emergency care;medical and trauma assessment; bloodborne pathogens and universal precautions;airway management and adjunct usage pharmacology and emergency medication administration; CPR and automatic external
defibrillation (AED); hemorrhage control; spinal immobilization; fracture management; hazardous materials awareness; childbirth; weapons of mass destruction awareness; and environmental and medical emergencies. Students successfully completing the course will be issued certificates by Niagara University and the American Heart Association for their CPR and AED certification cards.
- $700 — Individuals associated with their local volunteer fire dept. are elegible for funding. Please contact Continuing Ed at 286-8181