Advanced EMT

Advanced EMT

The Advanced EMT Program is designed for students who have completed the EMT course to continue their EMS education.  The course is a simulation based program that allows students to apply and reinforce the skills learned in EMT class and are performed as an functioning EMT. The course includes the IV and Basic EKG interpretation class, which are prerequisites for hire as an EMT in most Denver area ambulances. It also includes a cadaver lab and 90 hours of clinical experience in the hospital and ambulance setting.  It is a prerequisite for the Paramedic Preparation program at Red Rocks Community College.

2018 Spring Class Offerings

  • Section 001  Mon and Wed  9:00am-5:15pm   1/17/2018-5/8/2018
  • Section 002  Thur and Fri    9:00am-5:15pm   1/18/2018-5/8/2018

Prerequisites

  • Current Colorado state EMT certification or enrollment and satisfactory progress in an EMT course
  • The student must be eligible to enroll in ENG 121 or provide proof of completion of ENG 121 with a grade C or higher

Clinical Requirements

  • Current Colorado state EMT certificate
  • Current CPR card at Healthcare Provider level
  • Submission of background check and drug screen through Castlebranch
  • Physical exam with proof of vaccinations
  • Proof of healthcare coverage

Application Process

Interested students should email the program instructor to schedule an enrollment appointment at steven.brown@rrcc.edu, robert.vroman@rrcc.edu, or louis.hren@rrcc.edu

2018 Spring AEMT Information Packet