NOTICE: Adult Ed classes have been suspended.
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One Day Courses
Emergency Medical Technician – Basic Program
The Emergency Medical Technician – Basic course is being offered under the joint auspices through of Comprehensive Medical Teaching Institute (CMTI) in partnership and with Quincy College. It is provides an in depth, approximately 150 hour, course in basic life support. The course prepares the student for certification with the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians and Massachusetts Office of Emergency Medical Services.
The course combines both classroom lectures and hands on skill labs where the students will practice and hone their practical skills. Areas of study include patient assessment, airway, basic pharmacology, shock and resuscitation, medical emergencies, trauma and EMS operations. This course utilizes an online component. Access to a laptop computer or other Internet connected media device is required for in class and out of class assignments.
Students must complete 100% of the course work and achieve the minimum course GPA to successfully complete the course. Students will enroll through Quincy College and who successfully completion this of the course will receive earn 6 college credits through Quincy College.
CMTI is a National and Massachusetts Accredited Training Institute. Quincy College is accredited by the New England Commission on Higher Education. This course teaches to the National EMS Education Standards.
Monday-Wednesday-Thursday – 6:00pm – 9:45pm – 15 weeks
Register through firstname.lastname@example.org to register for class.
CMTI, 25 Main Street, Weymouth, MA 02188 • 781-826-8900
If school is cancelled or released early due to inclement weather, Adult Ed classes will also be cancelled.
Nothing from October 22, 2020 to October 23, 2020.
Refund Policy: You will be notified only if class is not formed. Classes over $900.00 are non-refundable, all other classes can be refunded after first class only. Students attending Adult Education classes must be 18 years or older and must not be currently enrolled in high school.
Participation in the above program(s) may involve some risk of injury. I hereby release and covenant to hold harmless the South Shore Regional School District, its agents and employees from any and all actions, claims and damages for injuries that I may have sustained and may have incurred as a result of participation in the programs.