2024 September – December EMT Course2024-06-19T11:26:57-07:00

Now accepting applications for our September- December 2024 Course.

Our September Class has 24 Seats awarded to completed applications.

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Our September Class has 24 Seats awarded to completed applications.
Course Application

The Basics: Time, Cost, and Deadline

Click the tabs below to learn the basic information regarding the class. 

Tomorrows EMS Providers

This course will prepare students to provide emergency medical care to the sick and injured.

Kitsap County EMS & Trauma Council offers over 220 hours of instructions with a training program consisting of  M, W, and F lectures along with a Saturday Lab.  The course content will be delivered through reading assignments, classroom lectures, handouts, workbooks, and practical exercises.   This prepares the student to take and pass the National Registry of EMT’s registration exam.  Upon successful completion of the National Registry exam, a student once affiliated with a licensed EMS agency can achieve a Washington State certification.

This is a very difficult course of study!  You will have extensive reading and exams outside of the scheduled lecture times.  The student should expect to spend a minimum of 3 to 4 hours of study time each day outside of the classroom. 

Students will be expected to perform a field rotation with a medic unit within Kitsap County.

There are times throughout the class when the student will need to dedicate their personal time to the training program at the expense of their personal social life.

By signing the application you are accepting the requirement to attend all classes on the schedule, devote the time required for the field rotation, and spend the time needed to study and practice for a successful outcome.

Course dates and times:

  • Mon, Wed, and Fridays:  6:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. by ZOOM
  • Saturdays: 09:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. LIVE SKILL STATIONS
  • At least one – 10-hour Ride along with rotation with an EMS agency

Location:

Bremerton Readiness Center

1211 Carver St, Bremerton, WA 98312

Course Costs

Course Tuition:

Course tuition includes the required textbook, online workbooks, t-shirt, and lab fees.

TOTAL Course cost: $1700

  • Timeline of application and payment:
      • Timeline of application and payment:
          • December 1st: The application deadline is closed if the class is closed or at the latest December 1st
          • December 9th: Books and supplies are handed out to students who have paid.
        • Contract and bills will be sent out upon acceptance. Bills will be due upon the date of the application deadline.
        • Students who have not paid their bills and sent in their contracts may not pick up their supplies on December 9th.

Registration Deadline:

  • Applications are taken up to December 1st or until the course is full, whichever is first.
  • Students will be notified of acceptance. Acceptions will be ranked by the date received and completed.

Important Dates

Class Starts:    September 9, 2024

Class Ends: December 13, 2024

Course Deadline:

August 1st

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Course days and times   

By Zoom: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 6:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M.

Live Lab: Saturday Full day.

Location: Bremerton Readiness Center

911 Carver St, Bremerton, WA 98312

*Time-dependent upon COVID restrictions.

Location

Bremerton Readiness Center

1211 Carver St, Bremerton, WA 98312

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The Finer Details

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Student Prerequisites: must be attached to the application for the application to be complete and considered for the course. Applications are noted by the date received and the date of completion. Students may turn in an incomplete application to be noted for the class, however, will not be considered for a seat unless the application is complete. Class seats are given by the application completion date.

CPR Card

Students must attach proof of the first part of the completion of BLS CPR card:

Step 1: https://shopcpr.heart.org/heartcode-bls

Step 2: Purchase the course

Step 3: Complete the course and get the completion certificate

Step 4: Turn in the completion certificate with your EMT course application

Step 5: You will do the practical during your EMT course and receive your BLS provider CPR card from Class.

Reading comprehension

This is a very difficult course of study. Students must show proof of reading comprehension in one of the following ways:

NEED ONLY ONE OF THESE:

Immunizations

Students now must provide proof of the following immunizations. You may turn in your application, prior to sending in all your vaccination records, but it will not be considered complete until all have been received.

  • COVID Vaccination- is now necessary.
  • MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccination or titer proof of immunity.
  • TB testing within the last year.
  • Tetanus vaccination within the past 10 years.
  • Hepatitis B vaccination.
  • Varicella vaccination or proof of immunity.

** You may turn in your application before you get all your immunizations gathered. However, your application will not be considered complete, and you will not receive a seat until everything is turned in.

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Proof of Graduation

You must send in your high school diploma or GED if:

  •  You are showing reading comprehension by the Accuplacer exam,

You DO NOT send in your high school diploma if:

    • You are showing reading comprehension by your college transcript or college diploma.
Driver's License

Send in a copy of your driver’s license.

Students must be 18 and older.

COURSE APPLICATION

Applications are considered by date received, completeness, and if payment has been received.

Tamarah Hoffman, Training Coordinator, Kitsap EMS and Trauma Council

Ready to apply? Click the button below to start your online application.

Have problems or questions? Call Tamarah Hoffman, Training Coordinator, at 360.447.2068 or [email protected].

Course Application

All students must pass a multi-state criminal background check prior to beginning any clinical or field rotation.  Forms for the criminal background check must be completed with the application to be complete.  These criminal background checks are performed by the Kitsap County EMS and Trauma Care Council. Please complete the background check packet and turn it in with your application.

Background Check Packet

Have Questions?

How do I become an EMT?2021-11-05T16:43:57-07:00

Have you ever considered working or volunteering as an Emergency Medical Technician, but weren’t sure where to begin?

Here’s is how you make it happen.

  1. Take an EMT Course – You are at the right place.  Kitsap EMS and Trauma Council offer State Certified EMT courses twice a year. Our classes run from January – March, and from September to December.
  2. Take and pass the National Registry Exam.  Our course will prepare you to take the exam.  Our final is two practice National exams.
  3. Become affiliated with a licensed EMS agency or fire district.
 Talk with your local fire department now on how you can volunteer for their district and their residency program.  Ask your local EMS agencies how they can help you achieve your goals. 

 

 

How do I prove my reading comprehension for the EMT application?2021-11-05T16:46:14-07:00

You can prove your reading comprehension by a variety of ways:

1.By taking the Accuplacer Exam.

OR

2.You have already taken ENG 101 in college. Send your college transcript.

OR

3. You can have an AA or a BA college degree.

 

What if I want to become a fire fighter?2021-10-20T16:12:51-07:00

In regards to becoming a firefighter here is an excellent article: https://www.firescience.org/how-to-become-a-firefighter/

Each fire district is different.

Some fire districts want you to become an EMT BEFORE you become affiliated with them.

Some want you they want you to go to fire academy first before EMT courses.

Contact fire districts’ volunteer departments and speak about your goals. One will be the right fit for you.

Is there any outside hours other than the class room?2021-10-05T17:33:23-07:00

You have weekly M,W, F  6- 9 PM lectures by Zoom.

Every Saturday is an in-person live skill station, at the  Central Kitsap41 Station in Bremerton.

Additionally, you must attend:

  • One 8- hour hospital rotation
  • One 8- hour field ride along rotation with an ems agency.
Do you accept the GI Bill?2021-10-05T17:26:38-07:00

Unfortunately  our program is not set up to accept the GI bill as a form of payment.

More Questions?

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How hard is this class?

This class is equivalent to taking a college-level entry course.

Students cover 1600 pages in 41 chapters. There are 20-question chapter quizzes with module exams every week.

This is a very difficult course of study!  The student should expect to spend a minimum of 3 to 4 hours of study time each day outside of the classroom.  Students, who have not had higher than average academic success in the past, will find this course very difficult.

You will have one 10-hour field rotation on top of your class responsibilities.

Want to know more?

Click below IS A SAMPLE syllabus. Once the winter class syllabus is finalized, it will be posted here.

SYLLABUS

COURSE INSTRUCTORS

Mike Kehl
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