Advanced Emergency Medical Technician
Program Locations: Atmore, Bay Minette, Fairhope, Gulf Shores, and Monroeville Campuses
Nursing and Allied Health Division
Length: One Semester
This program is designed to prepare students for employment as Emergency Medical Technicians at the advanced level. Upon completion of the training certificate, graduates are eligible to sit for the National Registry examination. An Alabama Advanced EMT license is obtained by passing this examination.
Unconditional admission to Coastal Alabama Community College and:
1. Declare an AEMT Training Certificate major;
2. Provide an acceptable physical examination by a licensed medical doctor;
3. Meet the essential functions listed for EMS per the Alabama Department of Public Health;
4. Provide immunization records as mandated;
5. Hold an unencumbered, active Alabama Basic EMT license prior to the start of classes.
Once admitted students must provide a background check, drug screening, medical insurance, immunization records and a physical exam. Students must achieve 75%, or higher, in all EMS coursework to advance within the program.
* Short-term certificate not eligible for federal aid.