This comprehensive Paramedic Program meets the standards of Title 22, from the California Code of Regulations, derived from the current National Standard Curriculum and formulated by the U.S. Department of Transportation. The Program is full-time lasting 6 months in duration and consists of the following components: Didactic, Skills Labs, Clinical Internship, Field Experience, and Capstone Field Internship. Upon completion of the Program, a Course Completion Certificate is issued allowing students to apply for the National Registry Exam and then Licensure.
Notice: August 2022 Course
Due to the impact of local Fire Departments requesting seats in the upcoming Paramedic Course, there will be limited seats for private, non-sponsored students. For this reason, we are currently only accepting applications from students who work for a Fire Department as an Ambulance Operator, or a Private Student, who has 1000 hours of 911 experience, and has located a preceptor for their internship. Please call the office with any questions regarding the requirements, prior to submitting your application.
To provide the highest level of Emergency Medical Training and Education to persons seeking Employment, Career Development, or Personal Development in the Pre-Hospital setting, by exceeding National Standards and staying at the forefront of EMS Education.
Through Commitment, Dedication, and Perseverance, we will become a nationally recognized Emergency Medical Training Program that specializes in all EMS certifications at the State and National levels, while always maintaining excellence within our program.
Required Course Hours
Didactic: 344 Hours
Skills Labs: 184 Hours
Hospital Clinical: 168 Hours
Field Experience: 24 Hours
Field Internship: 384 Hours Capstone Field Internship: 192 Hours
Total: 1296 Hours