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EMT-B to EMT-I Bridge
Course information ( listed below) Application Instructions Application
Emergency Medical Technician – Intermediate
Education and Training Course
Course Coordinator: Diane C. Flint, MS, NREMT-P
Course Location: HCVFEMSA Headquarters, Forest Hill, Maryland
Course Dates: Saturday’s
Beginning February 2011
Ending January 2012
Note: to accomplish the course requirements in a reasonable amount of time, class will meet on the occasional Wednesday evening from 6:30 P.M. to 9:30 P.M. This is necessary to account for holidays and other dates throughout the spring and summer when classes cannot meet.
Unless otherwise noted on the course syllabus, class will meet from 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Students will be expected to be present for the entire class time.
Prerequisites: Maryland EMT Basic for at least one year, or documented 75 emergency care patient contacts, priority 1 or 2. Preference will be given to those applicants who are certified IV Technicians.
Affiliation with a Maryland EMS provider organization meeting the requirements of COMAR Title 30. Preference will be given to HCVEMSA affiliated applicants first.
Application: Complete the course application available on the HCVFEMSA website. The application and all supporting documentation must be turned in by Monday November 22nd. Applications submitted after that time will not be accepted.
Students attending this program will be required to wear their company service uniform to each class session. Civilian attire is not permitted.
This course will be delivered, in part, through the WebCt learning management system.
Therefore, students should have access to a working computer and printer on a regular basis.
Students attending this program must have and maintain throughout the entire course a working email address.
Students will be subject to all of the applicable CCBC, CCBC School of Health Professions and Emergency Medical Technology Program policies in effect at the time of their acceptance into the course and throughout their entire tenure in the course.
Completed applications should be mailed to:
7201 Rossville Boulevard
Baltimore, MD 21237
Applicants who meet the minimum requirements for acceptance into the program will be interviewed by a panel of providers and educators. The dates for these interviews to be determined.
Courses: Students accepted into this program will be required to successfully complete, with a grade of ‘C’ or better, the following courses leading to eligibility for certification by the National Registry of EMT’s as an EMT-Intermediate, and licensure by the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services as a Cardiac Rescue Technician – Intermediate.
These are credit bearing courses, and the student will receive college credit for successful completion of each course through the Community College of Baltimore County.
Students who successfully complete this program will be automatically eligible to transition to the EMT Intermediate to Paramedic Bridge course at the CCBC Essex campus beginning in the Fall of 2012 with out any further application or screening.
Additional Requirements: Students applying to this program must understand the level of commitment and maturity required to successfully complete the coursework. Many normal activities will have to be curtailed and schedules arranged to devote the time necessary to meet the objectives of the curriculum.
The Community College of Baltimore County
The Harford County Volunteer Fire & EMS Association