Program and Application Information
Lane's EMT, AEMT and Paramedic Programs are accredited through the State Board of Education and the Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Development. The Paramedic Program is also nationally accredited through the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs.
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See the EMT and Paramedic program descriptions in the online College Catalog
Application Information for 2021-2022
Functional Job Analysis – EMT
|Program||Application Opens||Application Closes||Notification Date||Application Highlights||Program Changes|
|EMT Winter 2022||October 19, 2021||November 2, 2021||November 2, 2021|| |
Acceptance into the program will be first applied and qualified, first accepted.
Mandatory Orientation November 10th, 2021
|EMT Spring 2022||January 18, 2022||February 1, 2022||February 3, 2022||Mandatory Orientation: New Date Announced|
|EMT Fall 2022||June 2022||July 2022||July 2022||Mandatory Orientation: New Date Announced|
EMT is offered as an independent, one term course. No other college courses are necessary to successfully complete this course. Successful completers are eligible to take the National EMT exam. Successfully passing the National EMT exam results in licensure as an Oregon EMT as well as also being nationally certified as an EMT. Please see Application Information Packet for details. Those pursuing the Associate of Applied Science degree in Paramedicine, please note that the EMT course, EMS 111, EMS 112 and EMS 113 (formerly EMT 151 and EMT 152), are required courses in the first year of the Paramedic program. Also note that state EMT licensure is required to apply to the second year of the program. The AAS degree in Paramedicine is required in Oregon to become eligible to take the National/Oregon EMT-Paramedic exam.
For students pursuing the Associate of Applied Science degree in Paramedicine, Lane also offers a Certificate of Completion created to assist students in transferring to another Oregon community college offering the two year paramedic program. In Oregon, community college paramedic program application processes require successful completion of all first year courses before being eligible to apply into the second year. Community colleges that accept the Certificate of Completion are Lane, Umpqua (Roseburg), Rogue (Medford), Central Oregon(Bend), Chemeketa (Salem) and Portland Community College.
There is no application process for the following first year courses: EMS 101 , EMS 102, and EMS 103.
Program Online Application Notice: The Online Program Application referred to in the application information will be available the morning of the first day of the application period.
EMT (EMT-Basic) is offered as a noncredit course. Successful completers are eligible to take the National EMT exam. Successfully passing the National EMT exam results in licensure as an Oregon EMT as well as also being nationally certified as an EMT. Please visit our blog site for more information including requirements and course schedule.