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    • EMTP - Emergency Medical Tech Para
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      • EMTP 245 - EMT - Paramedic Field II
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        Prerequisites: 1. Successful completion of EMTP 200, EMTP 210, EMTP 215, EMTP 225, and EMTP 235; and, 2. Successful completion of all other requirements for entrance into and/or continuation in the IVC paramedic program; and, 3. Approval of the IVC Paramedic Program Director and IVC Paramedic Program Medical Director. 4. Student Intern may enter/re-enter EMTP 245 up to one year after completion of the previous prerequisites with prior mutual agreement between the IVC program director, IVC medical director and the student intern; and completion of any required remedial training. 5. Student intern may petition for exemption from this course providing: a. student intern is currently certified as an EMT-II with a minimum of 1 year experience. b. student intern demonstrates completion of an EMT-II program with training and training hours equivalent to IVC's EMT-II program. c. student intern completes all other paramedic training program requirements. d. student intern has approval of the IVC program director and IVC medical director. e. student intern successfully completes EMT-II proficiency exam.
        This course is the last segment of field internship training to prepare the paramedic student intern to render pre-hospital advanced life support (ALS) within an organized EMS system based on course content equivalent to the U.S. Department of Transportation's National EMS Education Standards for Paramedics (2009). The student will perform as an ALS provider, under a paramedic preceptor, in the pre-hospital setting using all training and skills acquired; advanced assessment skills, communication skills, use of advanced life support equipment, medications and procedures. In addition, the student must complete a minimum of 10 advanced life support contacts as defined in the Calif. Code of Regulations, Title 22, Div. 9. This is an intense course, requiring more than usual study hours, TBA requirements, and student dedication for successful completion. This program is accredited by the CAAHEP. (CSU).

        Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
        OPEN 10332 5.50 Goldsberry, Rick 20 8 12 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
        Additional Information for Course 10332
        Meeting Type Meeting Dates Meeting Times Building Room Start Date End Date
        Laboratory - - - - - - TBA 2100 CLIN Oct 14, 2013 Dec 07, 2013