EMT and First Responder
The EMT and First Responder programs are presented in conjunction with St. James Hospitals and Health Centers, where you’ll learn from Illinois Department of Public Health lead instructors. These individuals have passed a 40-hour course in teaching EMT and have at least three years of experience as both instructors and professionals in the field. Upon completion of the certificate program students are eligible to take the Illinois State or National Certification Exam.
Emergency Medical Technician Certificate
The EMT program provides students with the knowledge and skill needed to handle the critically ill and injured in a pre-hospital care environment. Areas covered include cardiac arrests, fractures, injuries, and childbirth. Students are prepared for the certification exam, which requires them to be at least 18 years of age.
First Responder Certificate
This program trains citizens, fire fighters, police officers and others to respond to emergency situations in the home, community, or workplace. Students will obtain CPR certification upon successful completion of this course.
Degrees and Certificates
For more information the EMT and First Responder certificates, contact:
Dean, Allied Health and Emergency Services
Phone: (708) 709-2947