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Emergency Medical Services

Robeson Community College provides an array of classes to meet the market demand for Emergency Medical Services (EMS). In this exciting field of study, you will learn how to properly assess a patient, provide acute care in the emergency setting, identify and modify illness and injury risks, provide acute illness and slip and fall injuries care. EMS is a critical component of the nation’s healthcare system. The job market awaits each of our graduates with open arms. Robeson Community College is excited to have you join one of our progressive classes in EMS.

 

Program Contact

If you would like additional information about Emergency Medical Services Continuing Education or the Degree Program, contact:

Kenny Locklear, Director of EMS Education, at 910-272-3404 or kelocklear@robeson.edu

Thomas (Brad) Byrd, CU Coordinator at 910-272-3408 or tbyrd@robeson.edu

Brad Lawson, CE Coordinator at 910-272-3452, blawson@robeson.edu

 

 

2022-2023 CATALOG AND STUDENT HANDBOOK

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Sneak Peek of our training

Airway Training Course

RCC EMS Education Overview

Schedule a visit today to speak with us about our EMS programs and the many options after graduation!!!! 

kelocklear@robeson.edu

blawson@robeson.edu

tbyrd@robeson.edu

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN EMS? Please fill out our interest form https://forms.office.com/r/qQVQqkqqjn and we will contact you!

 EMS AAS Degree Application Packet please submit to Patricia Locklear in the admissions office.

Costs
All registration fees must be paid before a student is considered registered for a course. In addition, students are required to purchase textbooks and educational materials. Paramedic courses have additional expenses and fees for uniforms, criminal background checks, drug testing, immunizations, fit testing, tuberculosis screening, clinical site transportation, and liability and health insurance. All fees must be paid prior to announced deadlines. 
 

FINANCIAL AID, FEE WAIVERS, AND EMPLOYER REIMBURSEMENT
Non-degree continuing education classes are not covered by financial aid.  If you are an active volunteer or work with an EMS provider, fire department, or law enforcement agency, you may qualify for a registration fee waiver. Please call 910-272-3371 for additional information concerning such waivers. Also, consult with your department representative, company officer, or supervisor to learn if other agency-provided financial aid is available. Some companies purchase students’ textbooks or reimburse certain expenses upon completion of an educational program.

Cost of Registration

  1. Registration=$180.00
  2.  Supply fee=$10.00

Required Textbook

  1. Each required textbook is listed below in the tab for the respective course

Prerequisite(s)

  1. EMT= Highschool Diploma, Reading comprehension test(TABE)(CASAS) or completion of college English
  2. AEMT= High School Diploma, Reading comprehension test(TABE)(CASAS) or completion of college English and math comprehension test(TABE)CASAS) or completion of college math. EMT certification(NC or National Registry)
  3. Paramedic=High School Diploma, Reading comprehension test(TABE)(CASAS) or completion of college English and math comprehension test(TABE)(CASAS) or completion of college math. EMT or AEMT certification(NC or National Registry)

Background and Drug Screen

  1. EMT– Not required
  2. AEMT – Required
  3. Paramedic-Required
  4. Information will be given on the first day of class concerning the background and drug screen

Vaccination Records

  1. EMT-Not required
  2. AEMT-Required
  3. Paramedic-Required

Uniform Requirements

  1. EMS pants
  2. Robeson Community College shirt
  3. Black boots ( tennis shoes, clogs, etc.. are not allowed)
  4. Black belt (leather or web material)
  5. Uniforms will be worn to class and during clinical rotations
  6. Vendor information will be given during orientation

Additional Costs

EMT Course

Office Supply Fee – $10.00

Fisdap – $31.50

Textbook – $110.96 (E-book)

                   $119.96 (Print)

Paperback and Fisdap – $151.46

          (Bundle)

Uniform Shirt $25.00 and up (Minimum of one required)

Black EMS Pants – 40.00 and up 

Black Boots – $40.00 and up 

Black Belt – $10.00 and up  

Specialty Certification Cards

Basic Life Support (BLS) – $5.00

EMS Vehicle Operatory Safety (EVOS) – $15.00

                       (Prices of specialty books vary depending on the vendor. Students are allowed to borrow books for class. Certification cards are optional, but highly recommended.) 

AEMT Course

Paramedic Course:

Registration Fee –            $180.00 – Part 1  

                                                $180.00 – Part 2 – (Due near Midterm) 

Office Supply Fee –          $10.00 

Castle Branch –                 $115.00 (Background, drug screen, immunization records) 

Fisdap –                               $191.89 

Textbook –                         $191.21 (e-book) 

                                                $275.21 (print) 

Textbook and Fisdap –   $500.96 

            (Bundle) 

Uniform Shirt –                 $25.00 and up (Minimum of one required) 

Black EMS Pants –            $40.00 and up 

Black Boots –                     $40.00 and up 

Black Belt –                         $10.00 and up  

 

Specialty Certification Cards 

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) $10.00 

Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) $10.00 

Prehospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) $15.00 

Advanced Medical Life Support (AMLS) $15.00 

(Prices of specialty books vary depending on the vendor. Students are allowed to borrow books for class. Certification cards are optional, but highly recommended.) 

CoAEMSP 

Minimum Expectations

Paramedic: “To prepare competent entry-level Paramedics in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains with or without exit points at the Advanced Emergency Medical  Technician and/or Emergency Medical Technician, and/or Emergency Medical Responders levels”.

2019 Annual Report Review Results

Graduate Outcomes

  1. State Exam:87.5%
  2. Retention:82.8%
  3. Positive Job Placement:95.8%

2020 Annual Report Review Results

  1. State Exam: 94.7%
  2. Retention: 58.3%
  3. Positive (Job) Placement: 100%

 

The Robeson Community College Paramedic program has been issued a Letter of Review by the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services
Professions (CoAEMSP Executive Office). This letter is NOT a CAAHEP accreditation status, it is a status signifying that a program seeking initial accreditation has demonstrated sufficient
compliance with the accreditation Standards through the Letter of Review Self Study Report (LSSR) and other documentation.
Letter of Review is recognized by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) for eligibility to take the NREMT’s Paramedic credentialing examination(s).
However, it is NOT a guarantee of eventual accreditation.
To contact CoAEMSP Executive Office:
8301 Lakeview Parkway Suite 111-312
Rowlett, TX 75088
214-703-8445 FAX 214-703-8992
https://coaemsp.org

Taught at the National Registry Level

The EMT Initial class is a foundation class that introduces the student to the world of Emergency Medical Science. This course exposes the student to patient assessment, managing trauma and medical issues that arises within the populace. The student will learn the skills to splint a potential fractured bone, assist with breathing, perform CPR and bandage wounds that occur among a multitude of other skills.

a. With completion of this class the student will be able to test for their Emergency Medical Technician Certificate at the State and/or National level.
b. With completion of this class and successfully passing the State(NCOEMS) or National Registry test, the student can enter a Paramedic Course.
c. Requirements: 12th Grade Reading Scores or successful completion of a college level English Class.

Class Hours= 278

Clinical Hours= 48

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Cost & Requirements

Requirements: 12th Grade Reading Scores(TABE) or successful completion of a college level English Class. Highschool diploma

Registration: $180.00

Fees:  Supply – $10.00

           Campus Access – $2.00

           Uniform shirt – $24.00

           FISDAP – $31.00

Textbook Required –

Emergency Care and Transportation of the Sick and Injured 12th edition with Advantage Access and Fisdap Internship Package

https://www.jblearning.com/cart/Default.aspx?bc=23665-1&ref=psg&coupon=ROBCCNC

 

        Book – $252.75 (estimate) 

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Schedule

 

EMT Hybrid Class- Online didactics

Dates:     December 3rd- March 26th, 2023

Days:       Class will meet on 5 weekends(Saturday/Sunday) 

Time:       0830-1700 on face to face weekends.

Location:      RCC Main Campus Building 19

 

EMT Night Class– Face to Face- meets every Tuesday and Thursday Nights

Dates: November 7th-April 12th, 2023

Time: 1800-2200 each night

Location: RCC Main Campus, Building 19

 

EMT Day Class- Meets every Monday and Wednesday

Dates

Time: 0830-1530

Location: Building 19, EMS 

 

 

 

 

Contact

 

Kenny Locklear

EMS Director | Building – 19
Email: kelocklear@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3404

Brad Lawson

EMS Coordinator | Building – 19
Email: blawson@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3452

Barbara Sampson

EMS Compliance Officer | Building – 19
Email: bsampson@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3371

Thomas “Brad” Byrd

EMS Coordinator | Building – 19
Email: tbyrd@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3408

Career Outlook

Graduates of the program are eligible to sit for the North Carolina EMT-Paramedic exam at the completion of the course of study. Employment opportunities include providers of emergency medical services, fire departments, rescue agencies, hospital specialty areas, industry, educational and government agencies. Click to read more at the Department of Labor website.

Options

  • Emergency Medical Technician
  • Paramedic
  • Medical Assistant
  • Firefighter

Average Salary

  • Emergency Medical Technician (BLS)
    • $34,320/YR
    • $16.50/HR
  • Medical Assistant (BLS)
    • $33,610/YR
    • $16.16/HR
  • Firefighter (BLS)
    • $49,620/YR
    • $23.85/HR

Local Organizations 

Essential Skills

Below are examples of physical and emotional activities, which a student in our Allied Health programs must be able to perform for the successful completion of the program. If an applicant believes that he or she cannot meet one or more of the standards without accommodations or modifications, the applicant should consult Counseling and Career Services.

  • Critical Thinking: Allied Health students shall possess critical thinking ability sufficient for clinical judgment.
    • Ex.  Students must be able to identify cause-effect relationships in clinical situations, develop or participate in the development of nursing care plans.
  • Ethical Behavior: Allied Health students will provide services with respect for human dignity and uniqueness of the client unrestricted by consideration of social or economic status, personal attributes, or the nature of health problems.
    • Ex. Students will care for clients assigned regardless of race, religion, or diagnosis.  
  • Legal Behavior: Allied Health students will provide care within the scope of practice as stated in the NC Nursing Practice Act or guidelines for Respiratory Therapy, Radiography and Surgical Technology.
    • Ex. Students in the nursing program will learn to assess the patient’s physical and mental health.
  • Interpersonal Skills: Allied Health students shall possess interpersonal abilities sufficient to interact with individuals, families, groups, etc. from a variety of psychosocial cultural backgrounds.
    • Ex. Students shall establish rapport with clients and health care team members.
  • Communication Skills: Allied Health students shall possess communication abilities sufficient for verbal and nonverbal interaction with others.
    • Ex.  Students shall be able to explain treatment procedures to clients/family, document client responses, and report to others responses to nursing care
  • Mobility: Allied Health students shall possess physical abilities sufficient to move from room to room and maneuver in small spaces, standing and walking for extensive periods of time.
    • Ex. Students will be able to move around in the client’s room, move from room to room, move in small work areas, and administer CPR.
  • Motor Skills: Allied Health students shall possess gross and fine motor skills sufficient to provide safe and effective nursing care.
    • Ex. Students shall be able to calibrate equipment, position clients, administer injections, and insert catheters.
  • Hearing Skills: Allied Health students shall possess auditory ability sufficient to monitor health needs and collect data.
    • Ex. Students shall be able to hear alarms, listening to heart and breath sounds, and hear a cry for help.
  • Visual Skills: Allied Health students shall possess visual ability sufficient for observation and data collection.
    • Ex. Students shall be able to observe color of skin and read scale on a syringe.
  • Tactile Skills: Allied Health students shall possess tactile ability sufficient for data collection.
    • Ex. Students shall be able to detect pulsation and feel skin temperature.
  • Weight-bearing: Allied Health students shall possess the ability to lift and manipulate/move 40- 50 pounds. Example: Students shall be able to move equipment, position patients.
Paramedic Functional Job Analysis/ Technical Standards

Paramedic Characteristics

The Paramedic must be a confident leader who can accept the challenge and high degree of responsibility entailed in the position. The Paramedic must have excellent judgement and be able to prioritize decisions and act quickly in the best interest of the patient, must be self-disciplined, able to develop patient rapport, interview hostile patients, maintain safe distance, and recognize and utilize communication unique to diverse multicultural groups and ages within those groups. Must be able to function independently at optimum level in a non-structured environment that is constantly changing.

Even though the Paramedic is generally part of a two-person team generally working with a lower skill and knowledge level Basic EMT, it is the Paramedic who is held responsible for safe and therapeutic administration of drugs including narcotics. Therefore, the Paramedic must not only be knowledge about medications but must be able to apply this knowledge in a practical sense. Knowledge and practical application of medications include thoroughly knowing and understanding the general properties of all types of drugs including analgesics, anesthetics, anti-anxiety drugs, sedatives and hypnotics, anti-convulsants, central nervous stimulants, psychotherapeutics which include antidepressants, and other anti-psychotics, anticholerginics, cholergenics, muscle relaxants, anti-dysrythmics, anti-hypertensives, anticoagulants, diuretics, bronchodilators, opthalmics, pituitary drugs, gastro-intestinal drugs, hormones, antibiotics, antifungals, antiinflammatories, serums, vaccines, anti-parasitics, and others.

The Paramedic is personally responsible, legally, ethically, and morally for each drug administered, for using correct precautions and techniques, observing and documenting the effects of the drugs administered, keeping one’s own pharmacological knowledge base current as to changes and trends in administration and use, keeping abreast of all contraindications to administration of specific drugs to patients based on their constitutional make-up, and using drug reference literature.

The responsibility of the Paramedic includes obtaining a comprehensive drug history from the patient that includes names of drugs, strength, daily usage and dosage. The Paramedic must take into consideration that many factors, in relation to the history given, can affect the type medication to be given. For example, some patients may be taking several medications prescribed by several different doctors and some may lose track of what they have or have not taken. Some may be using nonprescription/over the counter drugs. Awareness of drug reactions and the synergistic effects of drugs combined with other medicines and in some instances, food, is imperative. The Paramedic must also take into consideration the possible risks of medication administered to a pregnant mother and the fetus, keeping in mind that drugs may cross the placenta.

The Paramedic must be cognizant of the impact of medications on pediatric patients based on size and weight, special concerns related to newborns, geriatric patients and the physiological effects of aging such as the way skin can tear in the geriatric population with relatively little to no pressure. There must be an awareness of the high abuse potential of controlled substances and the potential for addiction, therefore, the Paramedic must be thorough in report writing and able to justify why a particular narcotic was used and why a particular amount was given. The ability to measure and re-measure drip rates for controlled substances/medications is essential. Once medication is stopped or not used, the Paramedic must send back unused portions to proper inventory arena.

The Paramedic must be able to apply basic principles of mathematics to the calculation of problems associated with medication dosages, perform conversion problems, differentiate temperature reading between centigrade and Fahrenheit scales, be able to use proper advanced life support equipment and supplies ( i.e. proper size of intravenous needles ) based on patient’s age and condition of veins, and be able to locate sites for obtaining blood samples and perform this task, administer medication intravenously, administer medications by gastric tube, administer oral medications, administer rectal medications, and comply with universal pre-cautions and body substance isolation, disposing of contaminated items and equipment properly.

The Paramedic must be able to apply knowledge and skills to assist overdosed patients to overcome trauma through antidotes, and have knowledge of poisons and be able to administer treatment. The Paramedic must be knowledgeable as to the stages drugs/medications go through once they have entered the patient’s system and be cognizant that route of administration is critical in relation to patient’s needs and the effect that occurs.

The Paramedic must also be capable of providing advanced life support emergency medical services to patients including conducting of and interpreting electrocardiograms (EKGs), electrical interventions to support the cardiac functions, performing advanced endotracheal intubations in airway management and relief of pneumothorax and administering of appropriate intravenous fluids and drugs under direction of off-site designated physician.

The Paramedic is a person who must not only remain calm while working in difficult and stressful circumstances, but must be capable of staying focused while assuming the leadership role inherent in carrying out the functions of the position. Good judgement along with advanced knowledge and technical skills are essential in directing other team members to assist as needed. The Paramedic must be able to provide top quality care, concurrently handle high levels of stress, and be willing to take on the personal responsibility required of the position. This includes not only all legal ramifications for precise documentation, but also the responsibility for using the knowledge and skills acquired in real life-threatening emergency situations.

The Paramedic must be able to deal with adverse and often dangerous situations which include responding to calls in districts known to have high crime and mortality rates. Self-confidence is critical, as is a desire to work with people, solid emotional stability, a tolerance for high stress, and the ability to meet the physical, intellectual, and cognitive requirements demanded by this position.

Physical Demands

Aptitudes required for work of this nature are good physical stamina, endurance, and body condition that would not be adversely affected by frequently having to walk, stand, lift, carry, and balance at times, in excess of 125 pounds. Motor coordination is necessary because over uneven terrain, the patient’s, the Paramedic’s, and other workers’ well-being must not be jeopardized.

Comments

The Paramedic provides the most extensive pre-hospital care and may work for fire departments, private ambulance services, police departments or hospitals. Response times for nature of work are dependent upon nature of call. For example, a Paramedic working for a private ambulance service that transports the elderly from nursing homes to routine medical appointments and check-ups may endure somewhat less stressful circumstances than the Paramedic who works primarily with 911 calls in districts known to have high crime rates. Thus, the particular stresses inherent in the role of the Paramedic can vary, depending on place and type of employment.

However, in general, in the analyst’s opinion, the Paramedic must be flexible to meet the demands of the ever-changing emergency scene. When emergencies exist, the situation can be complex and care of the patient must be started immediately. In essence, the Paramedic in the EMS system uses advanced training and equipment to extend emergency physician services to the ambulance. The Paramedic must be able to make accurate independent judgements while following oral directives. The ability to perform duties in a timely manner is essential, as it could mean the difference between life and death for the patient.

Use of the telephone or radio dispatch for coordination of prompt emergency services is required, as is a pager, depending on place of employment. Accurately discerning street names through map reading, and correctly distinguishing house numbers or business addresses are essential to task completion in the most expedient manner. Concisely and accurately describing orally to dispatcher and other concerned staff, one’s impression of patient’s condition, is critical as the Paramedic works in emergency conditions where there may not be time for deliberation. The Paramedic must also be able to accurately report orally and in writing, all relevant patient data. At times, reporting may require a detailed narrative on extenuating circumstances or conditions that go beyond what is required on a prescribed form. In some instances, the Paramedic must enter data on computer from a laptop in ambulance. Verbal skills and reasoning skills are used extensively.

Source: USDOT 1998 National Standard Paramedic Curriculum

 

Associates in Emergency Medical Science

The Emergency Medical Science curriculum provides individuals with the knowledge, skills, and attributes to provide advanced emergency medical care as a paramedic for critical and emergent patients who access the emergency medical system and prepares graduates to enter the workforce.

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EMS Bridge

 

The Emergency Medical Science Bridge Program is designed to allow currently non-degree paramedics to earn an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree in Emergency Medical Science. The EMS Bridge AAS degree requires 74 – 76 semester credit hours (SHC). Through the bridging program, current credentialed EMT-Paramedics receive 47 SHC of advanced placement. The remaining course work to complete the AAS in Emergency Medical Science requires 27 – 32 additional semester hours of coursework.

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Bridge Application Checklist:  https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:4c979c0a-2b0d-40fe-8a45-df885d63275a

Application and Reference Forms

Emergency Medical Science Application and Emergency Medical Science AAS Bridge Application

Click to access Fall-2021-Program-Application.pdf

Click to access EMS-Bridge-Application-Fillable-PDF-002.pdf

Taught at the National Registry Level

The AEMT Initial class is an advanced class that builds on the foundation of the EMT class. This class introduces cardiac rhythms, Intravenous Therapy, intubation and medication administration.

  1. With completion of this class the student will be able to test for their Advanced Emergency Medical Technician Certificate at the State and/or National level.
  2. With completion of this class and successfully passing the State(NCOEMS) or National Registry test, the student can enter a Paramedic Course
  3. Requirements: 12th Grade Reading and Math Scores or successful completion of a college level English and Math class. Highschool diploma

Class Hours=179

Clinical Hours=96

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Cost and Requirements

Required for class attendance:  12th Grade Reading and Math Scores or successful completion of a college level English and Math class. Highschool diploma

Registration fee:     $180.00

Supply fee:               $10.00

Campus Access:      $2.00

Textbook Required – Advanced Emergency Care and Transportation of the Sick and Injured (Advantage Access version). 3rd Edition

Schedule

AEMT Hybrid Night Course

Dates:     August 8th-November 28th, 2022

Days:       Every Monday night

Time:       6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Location:      RCC Main Campus Building 19, EMS Building

 

Contact

Kenny Locklear

EMS Director | Building – 19
Email: kelocklear@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3404

Brad Lawson

EMS Coordinator | Building – 19
Email: blawson@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3452

Barbara Sampson

EMS Compliance Officer | Building – 19
Email: bsampson@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3371

Thomas “Brad” Byrd

EMS Coordinator | Building – 19
Email: tbyrd@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3408

The Paramedic Initial class brings the student into full focus. In this course, the student will continue to build upon the knowledge they have learned. The class will expand the students skill set for patient assessment, medication administration, intubations and cardiology. The student will also learn new procedures, such as, needle decompression, cardiac pacing and converting lethal arrhythmias. The student will learn how to analyze, identify and treat a variety of rhythms, including interpreting 12 leads.

Class Hours=660

Clinical Hours=500

Dates: July 13th, 2022- April 24th, 2023. 

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Cost and Requirements

Required: 12th Grade Reading and Math Scores or successful completion of a college level English and Math class. Highschool diploma

Registration fee:     $180.00

Supply fee:               $10.00

Campus Access:      $2.00

Textbook Required=Nancy Caroline’s Care in the Streets 8th edition(Advantage Access version). http://www.jblearning.com/cart/Default.aspx?bc=45702-5&ref=psg&coupon=ROBCCNC

Schedule

Paramedic Day Class:

Dates:     July 13th, 2022-April 24th, 2023

Days:       Rotational Basis: 1st week – Monday/Tuesday, 2nd week – Wednesday/Thursday, Repeat

Time:       0830-1600

Location:      RCC Main Campus Building 19, EMS Building

 

Paramedic Hybrid-Students Choice- 

Meets one day a week. The student can choose either Tuesday or Wednesday. Day may be flipped.

Dates: September 6th/7th, 2022- April 25th/26th, 2023

Days: Tuesday/Wednesday

Time: 0830-1600

Location: RCC main campus, Building19, Emergency Services Building

Contact

Kenny Locklear

EMS Director | Building – 19
Email: kelocklear@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3404

Brad Lawson

EMS Coordinator | Building – 19
Email: blawson@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3452

Barbara Sampson

EMS Compliance Officer | Building – 19
Email: bsampson@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3371

Do you want to further your training as a Paramedic? Do you want to open new doors for your career? This may be the class for you!! This class is 100% online. Free to those who are fee waived or $180.00 for those who are not. EMS agencies across the nation are employing CCP’s.

Requirements: Current NC Paramedic or National Registry credential

Description: Community Paramedicine is an emerging healthcare delivery model that increases access to basic services through the use of specialty trained EMS providers in an expanded role. Community Paramedics care for patients at their home or in other non-emergent settings outside of a hospital, under the supervision of a physician or advanced practice provider.

Required Course Materials

  • Community Health Paramedicine, (1st Edition) by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS). Published by Jones & Bartlett Learning (2017). ISBN: 978-1284040968

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Cost and Requirements

Registration and Fees:  $182.00

Schedule

Days: 100% online

Contact

Kenny Locklear

EMS Director | Building – 19
Email: kelocklear@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3404

Brad Lawson

EMS Coordinator | Building – 19
Email: blawson@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3452

Barbara Sampson

EMS Compliance Officer | Building – 19
Email: bsampson@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3371

Date: November 14th-February 6th, 2023

 

Hours=96

This class meets the requirements set forth by NCOEMS and National Registry for renewal of the EMT certification. This class is 100% online.

Click Here to Register

Cost and Requirements

Registration and fees: $180.00

Schedule

Dates: November 14th-February 6th, 2023

Days:   Online

Contact

Kenny Locklear

EMS Director | Building – 19
Email: kelocklear@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3404

Brad Lawson

EMS Coordinator | Building – 19
Email: blawson@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3452

Barbara Sampson

EMS Compliance Officer | Building – 19
Email: bsampson@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3371

Dates: November 14th-February 6th, 2023

 

Hours=120

This class meets the requirements set forth by NCOEMS and National Registry for renewal of the AEMT certification. This class is 100% online.

Click Here to Register

Cost and Requirements

Registration and fees: $180.00

 

Schedule

Dates: November 14th-February 6th, 2023

Days:   Online

Contact

Kenny Locklear

EMS Director | Building – 19
Email: kelocklear@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3404

Brad Lawson

EMS Coordinator | Building – 19
Email: blawson@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3452

Barbara Sampson

EMS Compliance Officer | Building – 19
Email: bsampson@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3371

Dates: November 14th-February 6th, 2023

 

Hours=144

This class meets the requirements set forth by NCOEMS and National Registry for renewal of the Paramedic certification. This class is 100% online.

 

Click Here to Register

 

Cost and Requirements

Registration and fees: $180.00

Schedule

Dates: November 14th-February 6th, 2023

100 % online

Contact

Kenny Locklear

EMS Director | Building – 19
Email: kelocklear@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3404

Brad Lawson

EMS Coordinator | Building – 19
Email: blawson@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3452

Barbara Sampson

EMS Compliance Officer | Building – 19
Email: bsampson@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3371

Dates: November 14th-February 6th, 2023

 

Hours=144

This class meets the requirements set forth by NCOEMS, National Registry, Flight Paramedic Certification(FPC) , and Critical Care Paramedic (CCP)for renewal of the certifications. This is also a great prep course to test initially for Critical Care or Flight Paramedic. This class is 100% online.

 

Click Here to Register

Cost and Requirements

Registration and fees: $180.00

Schedule

This class is 100% online.

Dates: November 14th-February 6th, 2023

Days:   Online

Contact

Kenny Locklear

EMS Director | Building – 19
Email: kelocklear@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3404

Brad Lawson

EMS Coordinator | Building – 19
Email: blawson@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3452

Barbara Sampson

EMS Compliance Officer | Building – 19
Email: bsampson@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3371

Thomas “Brad” Byrd

EMS Coordinator | Building – 19
Email: tbyrd@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3408

Cost and requirements

Tuition: 182.00

Schedule

Dates: 10/18/2021-01/10/2022

Days: Online

 

Contacts

Kenny Locklear

EMS Director | Building – 19
Email: kelocklear@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3404

Brad Lawson

EMS Coordinator | Building – 19
Email: blawson@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3452

Barbara Sampson

EMS Compliance Officer | Building – 19
Email: bsampson@robeson.edu
Phone: (910) 272-3371