Future EMT-Paramedics enrolled at Schoolcraft this fall will benefit from some of the most advanced instructional technology available.
Spaces for fall are still available in these programs, which are offered in newly renovated labs in the college’s Radcliff Center in Garden City. The labs replicate the EMT-Paramedic work environment, right down to the fully functioning interior of an ambulance. EMT-Paramedic students work with high-fidelity manikins, which present symptoms and respond to treatments, giving students the immediate feedback they need to master crucial skills.
Program options include a certificate and associate degree and all courses are approved by the Michigan Department of Community Health EMS and Trauma Systems Section.
Registration for fall classes continues; classes begin August 28.