EMS 1100 Emergency Medical Responder Lecture & Laboratory
Emergency medical responders provide initial care for the sick and injured prior to the arrival of the ambulance. This education can be valuable to safety officers working in industry, police officers and some rural fire departments. This course will meet a total of 16 lecture hours and 32 laboratory hours. The EMS program is accredited by the Ohio Division of EMS, Department of Public Safety. Accreditation number 326.
Division: Health Sciences
Department: Emergency Medical Services
Repeatable Credit: No
Offered Online: No
- Demonstrate entry-level competency in the cognitive domain of EMR education.
- Demonstrate entry-level competency in the affective domain of EMR education.
- Demonstrate entry-level competency in the psychomotor domain of EMR education.
Credit Hours: 2
Classroom Hours: 1
Lab Hours: 2