Please see our Class Schedule.
We offer the following courses:
EMS 202: Emergency Medical Technician
The EMS University EMT Course consists of a total of 180 hours. Specifically, this is a total of 148 hours of didactic instruction, 4 hours of practical examination assistance, 16 hours of clinical rotations and 12 hours of vehicular rotations (28 hours externship total). Course hours are subject to change with appropriate notification to the student/applicant. This course shall meet and/or exceed the United States Department of Transportation, National Highway Transportation Safety Administration, Emergency Medical Technician National Standard Curriculum guidelines and 2009, the National EMS
Education Standards as well as meet Arizona Department of Health Services, Bureau of EMS education standards.
EMS 201: Emergency Medical Responder
Formerly titled, First Responder, in addition to the EMT Program, you can also become certified in the state of Arizona as an Emergency Medical Responder. This 48 hour course consists of introductory material into the EMS system and components relating to medical practice in the prehospital field. EMRs understand a great deal relating to both medical and trauma situations, including how to deal with cuts, burns, bites, stings, heart attacks, stroke, diabetes, etc.
CPR 201: CPR for the Healthcare Provider: Basic Life Support (BLS)
This Basic Life Support (BLS) course is designed for the Healthcare Professional and follows the 2010 International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR) Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). The student will be issued a certificate upon completion of the course.
What Is COMPASS?
COMPASS is an untimed, computerized test that helps your college evaluate your skills and place you into appropriate courses. COMPASS offers tests in reading, writing, math, writing essay, and English as a Second Language (ESL). You will receive your COMPASS test results immediately upon completion of testing, and your score report will include placement messages informing you what courses you should take and how to register.
How Are COMPASS Scores Used?
COMPASS is not used like a traditional test. There is generally no "passing score." Rather, COMPASS scores indicate areas in which you are strong and areas in which you may need help. Thus, COMPASS can identify problems in major subject areas before they disrupt your educational progress, giving you the opportunity to prepare more effectively for needed courses. You and your institution can use scores from COMPASS tests to prepare a course of study that will be appropriate, relevant, and meaningful for you.