Become an Emergency Medical Technician and Join Michigan Tech Emergency Medical Services
The 2023-24 EMT class is currently full. Stay tuned for information regarding the 2024-25 class!
About the EMT Program:
Students will complete 184 classroom hours that covers basic life support training for pre-hospital emergency medical care. Topic areas include: legal and ethical issues, anatomy and physiology, medical and trauma patient assessment, behavioral emergencies, obstetrics/gynecology, geriatric and pediatric patients, lifting and moving patients, and emergency services operations.
Students will also complete a minimum of 40 clinical hours with Mercy EMS and Aspirus Keweenaw Hospital.
Upon successful completion of the Michigan Tech Emergency Medical Technician program, students will be trained to a level that meets or exceeds the National Standards Curriculum and the State of Michigan Education requirements.