If you’re interested in a high adrenaline, fast paced, challenging career, Emergency Medical Technology may be the perfect profession for you! Emergency Medical Technicians are the people we depend on in emergencies to aid those injured and in need of help. It’s not only exciting and exhilarating, EMTs say it’s also rewarding to know that you’re helping people for a living.
TSTC is known for its excellence in training in this field with a 100% placement rate for our graduates. Our instructors make learning enjoyable and applicable to real life. Most students leave the program feeling confident and capable because of their thorough training and say they feel prepared to hit the ground running.
TSTC’s star power prep
TSTC’s Emergency Medical Technology Faculty is second to none. They work tirelessly to provide each student with the knowledge and one-on-one attention to excel in program and ultimately their career. Our instructors have significant professional, industry experience, which translates into qualified, seasoned leaders.
Small class size
At TSTC, our Emergency Medical Technician classes are small and intimate. We make sure each student gets the individualized attention and help they need. That’s one reason we limit lab instruction to a 10:1 student-to-teacher ratio.
When you enroll in the Emergency Medical Technology program at TSTC, you will be guided by our experienced instructors who will walk you through the use of cutting edge medical equipment like airway management tools, cardiac monitors, electro-therapy tools and more. You even participate in several Mass Casualty Simulations each year that put you in the middle of a crisis situation to get you ready for the real emergencies you’ll be faced with day-in and day-out on the job.
TSTC has placed industry professionals in the driver’s seat. Our Advisory Committees are determining what is taught and how it is conveyed to you so that the methods and technology TSTC incorporates are the desired, front line solutions. In a field as intense and demanding as Emergency Medical Technology, it’s crucial to make sure our training matches the most recent medical advances.