Tactical methods of communication, interview, interrogation, assessment, and deployment. Communication devices include radio, telephone, computer-aided dispatch; mobile digital transmitter. Highlights of human anatomy, physiology disease profiles, and approach to interventions in life-threatening situations. Persuasive delivery of pre-arrival instructions, most dispatch communications, basic life support techniques for all age groups. Communication with law enforcement on all levels within the community and the state. Contribution to research, quality assurance, and prevention. Education and training to help student function as an emergency dispatch professional.
Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.
This program is not eligible for Title IV Federal Financial Aid.
|Course #||Course Title||Credits|
|EMT101||Basic Life Support/Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) for Health Care Providers||0.5|
|EMT116||Emergency Medical Communications (EMD)||1.5|
- Identify and treat basic life support resuscitation techniques on adult, infant, and pediatric patients. (EMT101)
- Give pre-arrival instructions to a caller in need of direction for basic life support, injuries, illness, and community-assisted defibrillation until first responders' arrival. (EMT116)
- Given a simulated emergency call, interrogate, evaluate, deploy, and respond. (EMT116)
- Describe the role and responsibilities of the emergency dispatcher. (EMT116)
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