The IUP Highway Safety Center's Division of Emergency Services Training announces the start of the Summer 2012 EMT-Basic Training Program.
This is a 133-hour course intended to prepare the participant to deliver prehospital emergency medical care. The EMT-B course is designed for individuals desiring to work on an ambulance as well as others who may be in positions where emergency medical training would be beneficial. This would include immediate response personnel (IRP), rescue personnel, coal miners, allied health professionals, EMS dispatchers, safety professionals, school nurses, nursing majors interested in becoming a prehospital R.N., etc.
See the Emergency Services Training courses page for details and registration information.