Join us through your journey with 168+ hours of a unique learning experience with dedicated faculty/staff professionals mentoring and guiding you through the program of becoming an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).
Cardiac arrest, respiratory emergencies, shock and bleeding, trauma, emergency childbirth, fracture splinting, wound care and diabetic emergencies are some of the many situations that the Oakton EMT student will learn to respond to as a EMT.
4 Adjunct Faculty Members
15 Secondary Instructors
Over 30 Experienced Professional Teaching Staff members.
Our program offers diversity of educational backgrounds with municipal fire departments, private ambulance companies, aero-medical care, industrial environments, and hospital based environments. We continue to seek lead instructors, assistants, and mentors whom have a unique and extensive magnitude of training and education related in the EMT Program.