Emergency Medical Services
Emergency Medical Technician
Clark College offers a Certificate of Completion in Emergency Medical Technician-Basic (EMT). A variety of community agencies such as transporting ambulance companies, police and fire departments, and large industries utilize employees with EMT training. This program includes lecture, laboratory, and field experience on an ambulance and fire rescue unit as available.
EMT 103 is a ten-credit-hour Clark College course taught at the Northwest Regional Training Center (NWRTC). Check the Clark College website for directions to the training center. Students must bring the following items to the first night of class:
- Copy of current American Heart Association healthcare provider CPR card (or take HLTH 124 Healthcare Provider CPR) within first week of class).
- HEOC 120 Aids Education (or proof of minimum 7-hour AIDS Education Certificate).
- Copy of valid driver's license.
- Washington State Patrol criminal background check (within six  months of course date).
- MMR immunization (twice in lifetime or within last 10 years).
- Hepatitis B immunization (series of three) or signed waiver.
- Negative tuberculosis skin test or chest x-ray (within past six  months).
- Must be 18 years of age.
- Proof of high school completion (transcripts) or GED.
*Students are required to purchase the course textbook prior to the first class. The textbook can be purchased at the Clark College Bookstore
**Students are strongly encouraged to attend the mandatory EMT course orientation held at NWRTC.
Please call the NWRTC office at (360)397-2100 if you have any questions about the above requirements.