Public Safety Training Center

Emergency Medical Technician (Blended)
Class Date(s) Saturday, Sep 23 2023 8:00AM-4:00PM  
Saturday, Oct 7 2023 8:00AM-4:00PM  
Saturday, Oct 21 2023 8:00AM-4:00PM  
Saturday, Nov 4 2023 8:00AM-4:00PM  
Saturday, Nov 18 2023 8:00AM-4:00PM  
Saturday, Dec 2 2023 8:00AM-4:00PM  
Saturday, Dec 16 2023 8:00AM-4:00PM  
Saturday, Jan 6 2024 8:00AM-4:00PM  
Saturday, Jan 20 2024 8:00AM-4:00PM  
Sunday, Jan 21 2024 8:00AM-4:00PM  
Class# 23EMTB1  

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Description Emergency Medical Technician (Blended)


The EMT program is conducted in a blended training format with online, instructor-lead lecture presentations, homework assignments, group projects, skills application, and formal written testing processes in place. The program is a total of 208 hours, with some of the curriculum hours delivered via an online, virtual classroom platform. Students will be responsible to complete the online learning portions within a time frame explained on the course syllabus. Online learning is at the students own pace with completion criteria in place. Students will then meet at a physical location with instructors to further learn and apply the skills taught in the online platform. Virtual learning enviroment will include instructor narrated presentations, quizes, additional learning support activities and a communication platform to contact a certified instructor.


The intent of the program is to establish a baseline knowledge of the program material as well as prepare the candidate to successfully pass the National Registry testing process for EMT. The Lancaster County Public Safety Center works closely with industry leaders from around the area to assist with job placement following the completion of the program and provides information on various volunteer opportunities throughout the Lancaster County area.


Students will be required to achieve academic minimums throughout the course, the expectation of which will explained on the first day of class. Failure to meet or exceed academic minimums will result in the students expulsion from the program without refund. 


Students will be expected to perform physical skills at the discretion of the instructor. Students must be able to lift 125lbs (equally distributed) by themselves to a height of 33 inches for a distance of 10 feet, or as a member of a team lift a combined total of 250 lbs., to the same parameters.




1.  Complete a PA DOH EMS application (to include a criminal background check) within 14 days from first day of class (directions provided in class).


2.   Meet or exceed academic minimums established first day of class


3.   Complete skills evaluation to a minimumally established standard


4.   Complete online training class including:  NIMS 100, NIMS 200, NIMS 700, NIMS 800, Hazardous Materials Awareness, Mandated reporter training. (directions provided in class)


5.    Meet or exceed minimum attendance requirements (no more than 10% missed) explained in class.


6.    Follow the dress code policy


7. Have access to a personal computer with internet access to complete the online academic student responsibilities as outlined in the course syllabus.  


Course books and materials will be provided to the student the first day of class.

Price $900.00
Class Location
Classroom 100