Update: June 5, 2014 - the EMT -Health Science 151 class is full and waitlisted.
The following EMT related courses will be offered during the summer 2014.
- Health Science 046 - EMR class
- Health Science 151 - EMT class
To enroll in the EMT (Health Science 151) course, the student must apply and register through Admissions and Records. Please check the Admissions and Records webpages for additional information. It is STRONGLY recommended that the student successfully complete Health Science 046 prior to enrolling in Health Science 151.
- Health Science 153 - EMT Refresher - please see Refresher page
Students will receive all college notifications through my.canyons email. Sign up for the my.canyons email address when you apply or register .
Please check the COC website for the official Summer 2014 schedule.
Health Science 045 is no longer be offered.
Health Science 046 - Emergency Medical Responder is offered during Summer session. It is STRONGLY recommended that the student successfully complete Health Science 046 or Health Science 045 prior to enrolling in Health Science 151. Do not enroll in Health Science 046 and Health Science 151 concurrently.
Health Science 051 - American Heart Association BLS for the Healthcare Provider - Due to changes at the State Chancellor's office we will no longer offer this class. Check the American Heart Association's website for classes in your area.
Health Science 151 - (EMT class): The course has been increased to 160 hours - 8 units. This is a rigorous class. Expectation of all students - a minimum of 25-30 hours of outside study per week. Our course requires a background check, physical, titers, immunizations, tetanus shot, TB tests and uniform. Our uniform includes –white uniform shirt with logo (available only through the COC Barnes & Noble Bookstore), white t-shirt, navy blue or black dickies or BDUs, black leather oxford type shoes or lace-up boots, plain belt. You are also required to purchase a safety vest – available in the COC Barnes & Noble Bookstore. (The vest is a Federal regulation) There is an 8 hour ride along and two 8 hour ER clinical shifts that must be accomplished outside of class time. This class includes the LA County 2011 Scope of Practice. Additional information listed under "EMT Info"