For the most up-to-date information about this program (including all requirements), please refer to our College Catalog.
EMT Program Costs
|EMS 111 and EMS 120 (8 credits @ $160.65/credit)||1285.20|
|Bio 145, BIO 142 or BIO145 (4 credits @ $160.60/credit – required for EMT Career Studies Certificate and pre-requisite for Paramedic. This may be deferred a semester and is not required for national and state testing.||642.60|
|Castle Branch Package (Background check and drug test with documents tracker)||125.00|
|Personal Health Assessment Fees and vaccinations||Varies|
|Book: Emergency Care and Transportation of the Sick and Injured, 11th Ed.
With Navigate 2 Essentials – Flipped classroom edition including the FISDAP testing package (only available in the Follett Bookstore)
Physical book may be purchased at a special price with the package
|CPR (American Heart Association Basic Life Support)||15.00|
|Skills testing fee (This will be paid to the Regional EMS Council where you test)||50.00|
|Cognitive testing fee (no charge the first test. Any retesting is the responsibility of the student.|
Will be coming soon.
How to Apply
- Apply online or in person.
- Have your official high school transcripts sent to RCC to see if you can use your high school grades to substitute for a placement test. If you need to take a placement test, Placement tests cost $5 and scores are good for two years. Call a counselor at 804-758-6730 (Glenns Campus) or 804-333-6730 for more information.
- Complete your Federal Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA) and add RCC School Code 009160
- Meet with a counselor to review your placement test scores and register for class.
Do you have questions about our Emergency Medical Technician Career Services Certificate program? Fill out the form and we’ll send you more information about the program, and an RCC counselor will be in touch to follow up.
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