With the Emergency Medical Responder certification, students develop skills required to potentially begin or advance careers in prehospital care. In this program, students:
The Emergency Medical Responder program supports students in learning and demonstrating skills and duties performed in an emergency. The EMR program provides foundation knowledge and skills required to potentially sit for the national certification exam.
With the Emergency Medical Responder certification program, students gain hands-on instruction from highly trained faculty regarding the essentials on becoming an Emergency Medical Responder. Certification program outcome include:
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With the fast-paced EMR program, students learn skills and knowledge required to become a professional emergency medical responder.
Blue Ridge CTC Emergency Medical Responder certification program develops workforce-ready skills through hands-on training and expert guidance from industry experts.
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