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Emergency Medical Services (EMS) program are offering information sessions

Anoka Technical College Emergency Medical Services (EMS) certificate program is offering information sessions this spring to help prospective students and the community better understand what it takes to become an emergency services technician.

Information sessions are scheduled for:

  • Friday, Feb. 15, Rm 251
  • Friday, March 22, Rm 250
  • Friday, April 19, Rm 250

All sessions are at noon.

The EMS program at Anoka Tech offers two certificates:

To earn the first certificate, students complete nine credits in one semester. This certificate is especially geared toward public safety providers and people new to the field of emergency medical services.

The second certificate builds on to the initial nine credits with an additional 11 credit semester. This certificate is intended for those who want to work as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), advance their level of education as an EMT or transfer into a more comprehensive program with one of Anoka Tech’s Metro Paramedic Partners including Century College, Inver Hills Community College and St. Cloud Technical & Community College.

Successful completion of both Anoka Tech’s Emergency Medical Services (EMS) certificates:

  • prepares students to take the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician computer-based exam.
  • registers the student with the American Heart Association for the Basic Life Support Healthcare Provider card.
  • prepares students to take the State of Minnesota skills test for Emergency Medical Technician professionals.

More about Anoka Technical College Emergency Medical Services (EMS) program

Anoka Technical College Emergency Medical Services (EMS) program graduates are prepared to respond to emergency patient care and may work in diverse environments such as ambulance services, emergency rooms, urgent care facilities, treatment centers, corrections, rescue teams, airports, sports/entertainment centers; or as firefighters, law enforcement, paramedics, 911 dispatchers and more.

Anoka Technical College programs follow the National DOT curriculum and are approved by the State of Minnesota.

To learn more about the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) at Anoka Technical College, visit:

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