Part-Time Firefighter Paramedic Class

Overview

The intent of this Program is to minimize the budgetary and staffing issues that a traditional Program has on Fire Service Personnel.  This has been accomplished through a customized course that uses a combination of Part-Time Learning, E-Learning, and Traditional Learning Methods.

Program Content

The Program Catalog is listed on our website and has detailed information regarding Program content, policies, and procedures.  The following section deviates from the traditional catalog and is specific to this course only.

Requirements

  • Must be currently employed as a Firefighter
  • Must have a current EMT License
  • Student must acquire their own preceptors and internship site prior to enrollment
  • Student must provide confirmation their internship site will allow them to be precepted
  • Orange County EMT is NOT responsible for the placement of any student enrolled in the Fire Based Program

MISSION

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.

VISION

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

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Part-Time Paramedic Class Outcomes

“No graduates during 2017 reporting year”