Emergency Medical Services program at Grant Regional Career Center

Emergency Medical Services program at Grant Regional Career Center

This program is based on the training program developed by the Department of Transportation and the Emergency Medical Services Commission of Indiana. It covers theories, techniques and operational aspects of pre-hospital emergency care within the scope and responsibility of the emergency medical technician (EMT).

Outcomes of Emergency Medical Services program at Grant Regional Career Center: Engagement. Experience.
Apply learning through practical experiences that develop knowledge and skills necessary for success in  careers and postsecondary transition. Train for employment and/or postsecondary education in a specific range of occupations. Internships and  apprenticeships are the most common examples of this level.

Location
: Grant Regional Career Center. (Grant County)
Type of Program: High School Course(s).
Eligibility: Students enrolled in Marion Community Schools, Eastbrook Community School Corporation, Mississinewa Community Schools, and Oak Hill United School Corporation
Grade Level: 10, 11, 12
Age Requirement: Unspecified
Work Experience Earned: Clinical observations in a hospital emergency room and ambulance
Compensation: Unpaid
Certifications: EMT – Paramedic
College Credit: Ivy Tech Community College
Duration: 1-2 years
Cost: N/A. 

Additional information
: https://www.marion.k12.in.us/mrcc