Students who are interested in a career in the pre-hospital healthcare environment should consider both the short-term and long-term success of a program on the National Registry of EMT’s certifying exams, as well as retention rates. Athens Technical College’s EMS programs have a long standing success in preparing students both for the exam and the field work of pre-hospital providers.
The Paramedicine program is a full-time class load and classes are currently held from 6 pm until 10 pm. Since the overwhelming majority of paramedic students are employed full-time in the industry, those classes take place around a 24/48 schedule that is common in this EMS Region. Both programs will have 3 or less all-day classes each semester.
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