EMT: EMT II (Intermediate)

Course Information: Emergency Medical Technician trainings are instructor led 50-120 hour courses. There are three levels of Emergency Medical training available. The Emergency Medical Technician II level exceeds the National Standard Training Program EMT-Intermediate, developed by the USDOT in 1985. The EMT-II course is at least 50 hours in length and prepares the student to initiate intravenous lines and administer fluids and certain medications. A person must have ten patient contacts as an EMT-I in order to be enter an EMT-II training program. Certification as an EMT-II also requires that the individual be under the sponsorship of a department-approved physician medical director.

Key Topics Covered: The EMT-II course prepares the student to initiate intravenous lines and administer fluids and certain medications.

Course Duration: 50 hours
Certifications Received: Yes
Price: $600.00, additional cost for books and supplies may apply
Accreditation: Per State of Alaska regulations
Recertification Interval: 48 hours of CME within 2 years
Prerequisites: Current EMT I certificate with 10 patient contacts, current medical provider CPR level certificate, sponsorship of department-approved physician medical direct.
Course Format: Instructor led. Call for course offerings.

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