2022 EMT Class
Updated: Aug 4
North Douglas County Fire & EMS is offering an EMT class through Umpqua Community College starting September of 2022.
WHAT DO EMT'S DO?
EMTs are trained in the knowledge and techniques needed in the pre-hospital setting to treat, package, and transport the sick and injured to an emergency department of local hospitals where they can receive definitive care.
GETTING THE TRAINING
Umpqua Community College teaches these courses as a part of their vocational training programs. North Douglas Co. Fire & EMS has arranged for classes at the EMT level to be offered as a part of their “off-campus” learning program. This is a two-term course taught at our Station 1 in Drain two nights per week in the fall. Scholarships are available.
NORTH DOUGLAS COUNTY FIRE & EMS SCHOLARSHIP
North Douglas County Fire & EMS offers scholarship for their volunteer members.
1) Complete Volunteer Application
3) Background Check
4) Become A Member
Terms of scholarship:
Volunteer members are to pull 3, 12 hour shifts a month for the first 18 months. (These terms are negotiable with the North Douglas County Fire & EMS Administration. Please discuss this during the interview process)
Volunteers that drop out of the class must reimburse North Douglas County Fire & EMS for cost associated with the class.
Semester 1: September 26, 2022 - December 10, 2022
Semester 2: January 9, 2021 - March 25, 2023
Monday & Thursday
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
NEW TO UCC?
Complete an admission Application
RETURNING AFTER A YEAR OR MORE?
Update your admission application
Admissions office 541-440-7743
Contact Rosemary Hoy
HES-EMS/EMT PARAMEDIC PROGRAM
Click the file below for UCC EMS Program Entrance Requirements