Critical Care Transport for Emergency Medical Services Certificate

The Critical Care Transport for Emergency Medical Services Certificate program prepares students to learn the essential skills that are necessary in becoming a registered paramedic that is efficient in critical care transport.

This is a limited-access and limited enrollment program. See all Healthcare Program requirements.

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Overview / Requirements

Course Information

Program Overview & Requirements

This program is not currently admitting students.

Program Purpose:
To prepare registered paramedics to become efficient in critical care transport.

Note: Registered nurses and licensed respiratory care professionals should choose the program for their discipline: Critical Care Transport for Nursing Certificate (4004)  or Critical Care Transport for Respiratory Care Certificate (4005) .

Program Length:
9 credit hours

Admission Requirements:
Must be a registered paramedic holding an unencumbered license in the State of Florida.

Program Application:
The program begins each Fall and each Spring semester. This is a limited-access program. Application procedures must be completed by the application deadline and may be viewed on the program’s webpage (www.tcc.fl.edu/ems).

See Additional Healthcare Degree Requirements  for more important information.

View Healthcare Program Application Deadlines.

Academic Division:
Healthcare Professions, Ghazvini Center for Healthcare Education

Contact:
(850) 558-4500 or healthedu@tcc.fl.edu

View Information about Graduation Requirements and Year of Entry .

Course Information


Tallahassee Community College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate and baccalaureate degrees. Click here for more information.