Date(s) - March 05
Mt Hope VFD
This 155 hour minimum program is the basic level of EMT care by the West Virginia Office of Emergency Medical Services. This class meets the National Standards Curriculum. The EMT candidate must successfully complete the program, complete required clinical time, complete the practical skills testing, and obtain a passing score on the computer-based National Registry exam. Certification will be good for 2 years.
The Mount Hope Fire Department in conjunction with WV Public Service Training will be conducting an Emergency Medical Technician Basic 155 hour program. Beginning in March 5th at Mount Hope Fire department.
The class will be conducted on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings with an occasional Saturday. Cost of the class is $410 (tuition $300. Book $110) plus registry and State fees.
The instructor will be Shane Wheeler.