EMT Program Outcomes

Throughout the National Registry Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT) training, students must demonstrate competence in a wide range of emergency care skills. Students must demonstrate competence in the following skills during the course: patient assessment/management of a trauma patient, patient assessment/management of a medical patient, cardiac arrest management/AED, bag-valve-mask ventilation of an apneic patient, spinal immobilization, long bone fracture immobilization, joint dislocation immobilization, traction splinting, bleeding control/shock management, upper airway adjuncts and suction, mouth-to-mouth ventilation with supplemental oxygen, and supplemental oxygen administration to a breathing patient. Students must also successfully complete the NREMT psychomotor examination.