EMT Career Paths

By | April 28, 2014

Career Pathway Course of Study for: Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Grade Language

11/4/2012 1 Emergency Management Careers for EMS Personnel Linda A. Reissman, MS, CHEP, CIPS, EMT Objectives •List competencies required for positions in the

Job Description EMT POSITION TITLE: Emergency Medical Technician POSITION IDENTIFICATION: Reports to: Supervisor Employees Supervised/Directed: None

EMS CAREER-RELATED EXPERIENCE RELEASE OF INFORMATION CONSENT Please complete if you have been previously enrolled in an EMS-related program at another college/university OR

Firefighter/EMT career! Please join us to hear more information about a career in firefighting. Requirements • 18 years old • High School Diploma or G.E.D. • Class D Driver’s License • State of Minnesota Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)

EMT Point System Information Sheet Name !Email: Volunteer Fireflghter (fax or mail signed Career-Related Experience form) Certifled Fireflghter (fax or mail copy of certiflcate)

Job Description EMT POSITION TITLE: Emergency Medical Technician POSITION IDENTIFICATION: Reports to: Supervisor Employees Supervised/Directed: None

Career Paths in Health Care Source: Career Path adapted from www.HealthCareWork.info, a project of the Northwest→ Alliance for Health Skills and NW WDC

Nology and Career Development educational activities, employment practices, programs and services are Emergency medical technician (public and private sector) Hazardous materials response team (private industry) College Credit Options

CAREER PATHS FOR FIRE DEPARTMENT I. PURPOSE To establish alternative career paths for uniformed fire personnel which will allow for Firefighter/EMT; Firefighter Specialist, Se nior Firefighter and Master Firefighter.

EMT Medical Assistant Physical Therapy Aide Respiratory Therapy Aide Dental Hygienist Registered Nurse Pharmacy Technician ness Foundations Career Paths. Most students will also want to take a complementary course in molecu-lar genetics that follows this course in the spring

Career Paths With sufficient experience, EMT/Paramedics may advance to become supervisors or operations managers. Some may pursue additional education in order to become RNs or physicians. Growth Rate: 15.8% Current Jobs: 4,950 Job Change: 780 Replacement Job

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