For more information on this Emergency Medical Services Program, visit the Emergency Medical Services website.
The advance emergency medical technician certificate encompasses the curriculum set forth in the Virginia and National EMS Education Standards for the AEMT pre-hospital provider level. The curriculum includes an expansion of topics covered in the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) curriculum including: anatomy and physiology, pathophysiology and trauma. Students are introduced to the concepts and skills related to Advanced Life Support (ALS) care including: intravenous access and medication administration. Successful completion of the classroom, lab and internship portions of this certificate will result in eligibility to sit for the National Registry of EMT’s AEMT exam. Students in this certificate must maintain their current EMT and CPR certification throughout the program. The EMS program is nationally accredited through the Virginia Office of EMS.
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An estimated $15.2 million dollars in grants, loans, work-study and scholarships are awarded to Lord Fairfax Community College students each year. We are committed to using all available funds to help you gain access to a college education.
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This is a general list of courses required for this program. For a complete list of courses and requirements view “Program Information”.
|ALS Internship I|
|ALS Medical Care|
|Emergency Medical Technician|
|Intro. to Advanced Life Support|
Students must apply for admission to health professions programs (practical nursing, nursing, surgical technology, dental hygiene, medical laboratory technology, phlebotomy, emergency medical services, advanced emergency medical technician (AEMT) emergency medical technician intermediate, paramedic and central services) in addition to applying for admission to the College. Admission requirements and application materials are available through the Health Professions Division. Specific requirements can be found within the catalog pages under the “Program Information” section.