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Become a certified EMT through Ranger College’s 20-week course beginning January.



 

If you’ve always dreamed of becoming an emergency medical technician (EMT), Ranger College is giving you the chance.

 

The Erath County campus is offering a 20-week online and in-person course beginning Jan. 17.

 


“There is a big need for certified EMTs right now,” EMS program coordinator JD Gambino told Beneath the Surface News.


“There are a lot of job opportunities available after completion of this short course and most jobs will start new EMTs around $50,000 per year.”

 

The hybrid program includes weekly online course work and one 4-hour in-person class each week, from 6-10 p.m. every Wednesday. 

 


The cost of the EMT Basic Certification Class is $2,200 with a $200 deposit required.

 

“Ranger College has new state-of-the-art training equipment for students including high fidelity mannequins and an ambulance simulator to give our students the most cutting-edge training available,” Gambino said. 

 


Ranger College is offering two information sessions from 5-6 p.m. on Jan. 3 and Jan. 9 at the Stephenville campus. 

 

For more information, email EMS@Rangercollege.edu or call 254-459-4401.



 

 

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