Emergency Care

Professional Development

Offered through Continuing Education

@ Florissant Valley | Forest Park | Wildwood

Whether you're seeking your Missouri EMT-B license renewal or interested in Community Emergency Response Team Training (CERT), our instructors provide expert guidance and insights.

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Continuing Education

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314-984-7777

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Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Training

Have you ever thought, “What would I do if a tornado struck my subdivision?” or “What types of natural disasters can happen in St. Louis?” We have the answers! Community Emergency Response Team Training (CERT) is a series of classes that prepares you to help yourself, family, coworkers and neighbors in the event of a crisis in your community. Through this interesting eight-week series of classes, participants learn about emergency preparedness and receive training in basic response skills such as fire safety, team organization, terrorism, disaster psychology, disaster preparedness, light search and rescue and disaster medical operations. Through a partnership with local emergency responders who are trained professionals and CERT trainers, you will learn life-saving skills! Once the eight classes are completed, training will conclude with a full-scale disaster exercise (off-site) that will put what you have learned to work in a real-life tornado simulation. Upon successful completion of the training you will be able to join a local St. Louis area CERT program to continue to support and help in times where volunteers are needed. This training is free but registration is required.
EMSS:715 | 9 sessions | NO FEE

 EMT Core Curriculum

A strict attendance policy is enforced. This course meets all current requirements for Missouri EMT-B license renewal. It includes the assessment and care of the sick and injured, pediatric and geriatric emergencies, childbirth, defibrillation, hazardous material situations and the use of adjunctive EMS equipment. Students must present a current AHA BLS provider card at the first meeting. A background check and immunization record is required to qualify for ride-along obligations. This class is a helpful refresher for students working to pass their National Exam. Course is not for initial EMT-Basic training. Initial EMT-Basic training is offered for college credit (EMT 121). Thursday evening lab hours required; this will be scheduled with course instructor. Required text package can be purchased at STLCC bookstore: “11e Prehospital Emergency Care” + ”EMT Review Plus” + ”11e EMS Testing w/ MYBRADYLAB” ISBN 978-0135261866.
EMSS:700 | 34 sessions | $150 AGE 60+ | $150 REG

 

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