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20 Colorado EMT Training Programs
Aims Community College

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic; Associate of Applied Science Degree in EMT Paramedic







Location: Greeley (5401 West 20th Street, Greeley, CO 80634)

Accredited by: Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs

Aims Community College, located in Greeley, Colorado, offers EMT training at the Basic and Paramedic levels. These training programs can lead to either certification or an Associate of Applied Science Degree. Both programs are accredited by the CAAHEP.
The EMT Basic program is a 12 credit hour program that includes lectures, labs, and a clinical experience. Students will complete a total of five classes that can be taken over one or two semesters.
Students who wish to enroll in either of the Paramedic programs must already be EMT Basic certified in the state of Colorado. This program will build on the foundation of EMT Basic training and provide students with the necessary skills that are needed to perform Advanced Life Support.



Arapahoe Community College

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic; Associate of Applied Science Degree in Paramedicine

Location: Littleton (5900 South Santa Fe Drive, Littleton, CO 80120)

Accredited by: Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs

Arapahoe Community College offers EMT training that can lead to a Certificate of Completion in EMT Basic or EMT Paramedic as well as an Associate of Applied Science Degree in EMT Paramedicine. Each program will allow students to sit for the National Registry Practical and Written Examination, at their respective levels, to become EMT Certified in the state of Colorado.
EMT Basic training is a 10 credit hour program that will prepare individuals to work on an ambulance, as a firefighter, or as an EMT-tech in an emergency department. Students will have both classroom instruction and a clinical experience.
The EMT Paramedic program includes lecture, lab, clinical and field internships. For certification only, students must complete 45 credit hours. The AAS program is 66 credit hours and includes general education courses.



Colorado Mesa University - Western Colorado Community College

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic; Associate of Applied Science Degree in EMT Paramedic

Location: Grand Junction (2508 Blichmann Avenue, Grand Junction, CO 81505)

Accredited by: Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs

Western Colorado Community College is a branch of Colorado Mesa University that is located in Grand Junction, Colorado. This college offers EMT training that can prepare students to become certified at both the Basic and Paramedic levels. They also offer an Associate of Applied Science Degree in EMT Paramedic.
The EMT Basic program is a ten credit hour program that can be taken in the fall or spring semesters.
The EMT Paramedic program includes 49 credit hours that include didactic, lab, clinical and internship components. Students who wish to enroll in this program must already be EMT Basic certified. Those who wish to pursue higher education or further their career opportunities may also take additional general education courses to obtain an Associate of Applied Science Degree. This degree requires a minimum of 60 credit hours.



Colorado Mountain College

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic, EMT Intermediate, EMT Paramedic and Wilderness EMS

Location: Breckenridge (107 Denison Placer Road, Breckenridge, CO 80424); Buena Vista (27900 County Road 319, Buena Vista, CO 81211); Carbondale (690 Colorado Avenue, Carbondale, CO 81623); Dillon (333 Fiedler Avenue, Dillon, CO 80435); Glenwood Springs (1402 Blake Avenue, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601), (3000 County Road 114, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601); Leadville (901 South Hwy 24, Leadville, CO 80461); Steamboat Springs (1275 Crawford Avenue, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487)

Accredited by: Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs

Colorado Mountain College offers EMT training that can lead to certification in EMT Basic, EMT Intermediate and EMT Paramedic. They also offer a unique Wilderness EMS certification program.
EMT Basic training will prepare individuals to perform Basic Life Support on ill or injured persons. The Intermediate program builds on the foundation of the Basic program and will help individuals further progress in their careers.
The Paramedic program is the most advanced level of training for EMTs. Students will complete 1000 hours of classroom, clinical and field instruction.
The Wilderness EMS program will prepare individuals to work in National Parks, Land Management, Rescue Teams or as foresters, ecologists, and more.
Each program will prepare students to take the National Registry examination to become a certified EMT at their respective levels in the state of Colorado.



Community College of Aurora

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic; Associate of Applied Science Degree in EMT Paramedicine

Location: Denver (9235 E. 10th Drive, Denver, CO 80230

Accredited by: Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs

The Community College of Aurora offers EMT training that can lead to certification at both the Basic and Paramedic levels and an Associate of Applied Science degree program in EMT Paramedic.
The EMT Basic program is an 11 credit hour program that includes didactic components as well as a clinical component. This program will prepare students to be entry-level EMTs once they take and pass the National Registry Examination to obtain certification in the state of Colorado.
The EMT Certificate Paramedic program includes 45 credit hours. This program includes didactic training as well as clinical components and a field internship. This program can be completed in three semesters or one year. The AAS Paramedic degree program is an additional 16 credit hours of general education courses, making it a total of 61 credit hours.



Denver Health Medical Center

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic

Location: Denver (190 W. 6th Avenue, Denver, CO 80204)

Accredited by: Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs

Denver Health Medical Center offers EMT training at both the Basic and Paramedic levels. These programs both lead to certification and enable the student to sit for the National Registry Examination to become a licensed EMT in the state of Colorado.
The EMT Basic program is a 10.5 credit hour program that includes didactic and clinical components. Students may begin this program in either the fall, spring or summer semester. Classes are held two or three days a week in the evening and last three to four hours.
Students who are already EMT certified and wish to further their education and career can enroll in the Paramedic program. This program is made up of a didactic phase, clinical rotation and field internship. Traditional and accelerated courses are available and students can complete the program in six months to a year.



Pikes Peak Community College

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic; Associate of Applied Science Degree in Emergency Medical Services

Location: Colorado Springs (5675 S. Academy Blvd., Colorado Springs, CO 80906)

Accredited by: Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs

Pikes Peak Community College offers EMT training that can lead to certification in EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic. They also offer an Associate of Applied Science Degree in EMT Paramedic. These programs are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Program and are approved by the State of Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Pre-Hospital Care Division.
The EMT Basic program is 10 credit hours and includes a didactic and clinical component. The EMT Paramedic program for certification is 53 credit hours and includes didactic, lab, clinical and field internship components.
Those who wish to earn the AAS Degree will complete the same training for the Paramedic certificate program, as well as take an additional 17 credit hours of general education courses.



Pueblo Community College

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic, EMT Intermediate and EMT Paramedic; Associate of Applied Science Degree in Emergency Medical Services

Location: Pueblo (900 W. Orman Ave., Pueblo, CO 81004); Canon City (51320 W Highway 50, Canon City, CO 81212)

Accredited by: Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs

Pueblo Community College offers EMT training that can lead to certification at the Basic, Intermediate and Paramedic levels. They also offer an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Emergency Medical Services.
The EMT Basic program is nine credit hours, can be completed in one semester and includes didactic and clinical components. Upon successful completion of the program, students will be eligible to take the EMT Certification Examination.
The AAS Degree Program for EMS can be completed in six semesters. This program includes didactic, lab, clinical and field internship components. This is a 75.5 credit hour program and students must already be EMT certified to begin training. The certificate program is 24.5 – 62.5 credit hours.



St. Anthony Hospitals PreHospital Services

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic

Location: Lakewood (34 Van Gordon St., Ste 201, Lakewood, CO 80228)

Accredited by: Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs

EMT training programs are offered at St. Anthony Hospitals PreHospital Services in Lakewood, Colorado. These programs lead to certification at the EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic levels.
The EMT Basic program includes 176 hours of didactic training and 16 to 48 hours of a clinical experience that is completed in the emergency room, recovery room and on an ambulance. Classes are held two to three days a week and can be completed in one semester.
The Paramedic program includes up to 600 hours of didactic training, 230 hours of clinical rotations and a 500 hour field internship. This program can be completed in six to ten months. Tuition is $6,050.
Students who successfully complete either program will be eligible to sit for the National Registry Examination at their respective level.



American Medical Response

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic

Location: Colorado Springs (2370 North Powers Blvd., Colorado Springs, CO 80915); Denver (2901 Broadway, Denver, CO 80216); Pueblo (922 South Santa Fe Ave., Pueblo, CO 81006); Canon City (3245A Highway 50 East, Canon City, CO 81212)

American Medical Response is a national ambulance service that provides EMT training that leads to certification at the Basic, Intermediate and Advanced levels. The program is accredited through the National College of Technical Instruction and IHM Academy of EMS.
EMT Basic training is the initial stage of training in the EMS field and prepares students to perform Basic Life Support. Students must be at least 18 and have a high school diploma or GED to begin training.
The next stage of training is EMT Intermediate. This program is for those who are already EMT Basic certified, want to advance in their career and have 3-6 months experience as an EMT.
The EMT Paramedic program is the highest level of training and prepares students to perform Advanced Life Support. Students must already be EMT certified and it is encouraged that they have 6-12 months experience.



City of Boulder Colorado

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic

Location: Boulder (1805 33rd Street, Boulder, CO 80301)

Through the City of Boulder Colorado, individuals may begin training that will prepare them for work in the field of Emergency Medical Services. The initial stage of training in EMS is the EMT Basic program. This program will enable students to work as entry level volunteers or employees in a wide array of emergency services. Students who successfully complete this program will be eligible to sit for examinations that will lead to certification as an EMT in the state of Colorado.
This program will specifically train students in emergency medicine that is needed to care for those who are facing emergency medical situations or trauma. Students will also be trained in hazardous materials and live fire training. Training is ongoing throughout the year.



Colorado Northwestern Community College

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic and EMT Intermediate; Associate of Applied Science Degree in Emergency Medical Services

Location: Rangely (500 Kennedy Drive, Rangely, CO 81648); Craig (2801 W 9th Street, Craig, CO 81625)

Colorado Northwestern Community College offers EMT training that can lead to certification at the EMT Basic and EMT Intermediate levels. They also offer an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Emergency Medical Services. Those who are already EMT certified and need re-certification may do so at CNCC as well. The college conveniently has two locations in Rangely and Craig, Colorado.
These programs will prepare students to provide immediate medical care for ill or injured patients who are in emergency situations. Once students have successfully completed the program, they will be eligible to sit for the National Registry Examination to become certified as an EMT in the state of Colorado and nationally. Individuals will be prepared to work in fire departments, private ambulance services, hospitals and other industrial settings.



Community College of Denver

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic

Location: Denver (1111 W Colfax Ave., Denver, CO 80204)

The Community College of Denver is in partnership with Denver Health Medical Center to offer EMT training at both the Basic and Paramedic levels. Through these programs, students will be eligible to take the National Registry Examination to become a licensed EMT in the state of Colorado.
The 10.5 credit hour EMT Basic program is offered in the fall, spring and summer semesters. It includes didactic and clinical components that are held two or three days a week in the evening.
Those who wish to make both career and educational advancements and are already EMT Certified may enroll in the Paramedic program. This program is made up of a didactic phase, a clinical rotation and a field internship. Students may choose between a traditional one year program or an accelerated 6-8 month program.



Delta-Montrose Technical College

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic and EMT Intermediate

Location: Delta (1765 US Highway 50, Delta, CO 81416)

Delta-Montrose Technical College offers EMT training that can lead to certification at either the Basic or Intermediate level.
EMT Basic training will prepare students to perform Basic Life Support on ill or injured patients in emergency situations in the pre-hospital setting. The program is offered as a traditional or accelerated program and costs $1642. The Intermediate program is $2228 and builds on the foundation of the Basic program, preparing students for career advancements. This program includes 200 hours of classroom lecture and labs, 50 hours of clinical hospital rotations and 75 hours of a field/ambulance internship. Students who successfully complete each program will be eligible to sit for the National Registry Examination to become EMT certified in Colorado.
Both programs have classes that are held on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 6pm – 9:30pm and on Saturdays from 9am – 5pm.



Front Range Community College

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic

Location: Longmont (2190 Miller Drive, Longmont, CO 80501); Fort Collins (4616 S. Shields Street, Fort Collins, CO 80526); Westminster (3645 West 112th Avenue, Westminster, CO 80031)

Front Range Community College has several campuses throughout Colorado that offer EMT training programs. These training programs can lead to certification in either EMT Basic or EMT Pre-Paramedic.
The EMT Basic certification program can be completed in one semester and is a 12 credit hour program. Courses included in this program are EMT Fundamentals, Medical Emergencies, Trauma Emergencies and Special Considerations. Students will also be required to complete a clinical component.
The EMT Pre-Paramedic program is 25 credit hours and can be completed in two semesters. This program includes courses in Anatomy & Physiology, Intravenous Therapy, Medical Terminology and EKG Interpretation. Students will also be required to complete a clinical component in this program as well.
Upon successful completion of each program, students will eligible to take the National Registry examination.



Gunnison Valley Health

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic

Location: Gunnison (711 North Taylor Street, Gunnison, CO 81230)

Gunnison Valley Health, located in Gunnison, Colorado offers EMT training that can lead to a Certificate of Completion in EMT Basic and EMT Intermediate and enable student to sit for the National Registry Examination.
This program is taught by State of Colorado Certified Paramedics that have State of Colorado Primary Instructor Certifications, and ACLS and PALS Instructor Certifications. Through this training, students will gain the necessary skills and knowledge needed for CPR, bandaging and splinting, Automatic Electronic Defibrillator, medical emergencies, medication administration, ambulance operations and trauma victim care.
Classes for this program are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6pm-10pm. Several Saturdays will require class attendance s well.
EMT Intermediate training is also offered to those who are already EMT certified and want to further their career and education. This program costs approximately $2000.



Health ONE EMS & Trauma Services

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic

Location: Engelwood (333 W. Hampden Ave., Englewood, CO 80110)

Health One EMS & Trauma Services, located in Engelwood, Colorado, offers EMT training programs. These programs include EMT-Basic and EMT-Paramedic programs that will lead to a certificate of completion.
The EMT-Basic program includes 180 hours of classroom sessions and 44 clinical hours in a hospital and ambulance setting. This program meets the requirements of the Emergency Medical Services Section of the Health Facilities and Emergency Medical Services Division.
The EMT-Paramedic program requires 436 classroom hours of didactic training and 650 clinical and field experience hours. This program can be completed anywhere from 6, 12, 18 to 24 months.
Students who successfully complete either program will be prepared to sit for the National Registry examination at their respective levels to be a certified EMT in the state of Colorado.



North Suburban Medical Center

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic

Location: Thornton (9191 Grant Street, Thornton, CO 80229)

North Suburban Medical Center, located in Thornton, Colorado, offers EMT training at the Basic level. This program will lead to a certification of completion in EMT Basic.
The EMT Basic program is instructed by state-certified EMT’s who have years of experience in the field. Among them are physicians, nurses, EMT Basics and Paramedics. This program follows the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment and EMS standards and guidelines. Students who enroll in this program can complete it in as little as four months. It includes 140 hours of didactic training as well as a 66 hour clinical component. The clinical rotation will be completed in emergency departments, local ambulance services and local fire rescue services. Upon successful completion of this program, students will be eligible to sit for the National Registry Exam.



Otero Junior College

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic and EMT Intermediate

Location: La Junta (1802 Colorado Ave., La Junta, CO 81050)

Otero Junior College, located in La Junta, Colorado offers EMT training that can lead to certification in EMT Basic or EMT Intermediate.
The EMT program provides instruction and the necessary skills and knowledge needed for those who wish to enter the field of emergency medical services. Upon successful completion of each program, students will be prepared to sit for the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians for certification within their prospective fields. The passing of this examination will allow the student to become certified as and EMT in the state of Colorado.
The EMT-Basic certificate program is a 10 credit hour program and the EMT Intermediate Certificate program is a 17 credit hour program. The programs are made up of a combination of didactic and clinical components as well as an internship for the Intermediate program.



Red Rocks Community College

Programs Offered: Certification in EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic; Associate of Applied Science Degree in Paramedicine

Location: Lakewood (13300 West Sixth Avenue, Lakewood, CO 80228); Arvada (5420 Miller Street, Arvada, CO 80002)

Red Rocks Community College, located in Lakewood and Arvada, offer EMT training programs at the Basic and Paramedic levels. Students who enroll in this program may work towards certification in EMT Basic and EMT Paramedic or an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Paramedicine.
The EMT program at Red Rocks Community College will prepare individuals to work in emergency medical teams to provide care to ill or injured persons. Students will be trained in Basic or Advanced Life Support skills that are necessary in the pre-hospital environment for caring for and transporting patients.
Courses for these programs include anatomy and physiology, communications, math, humanities and social sciences.
The college works in partnership with St. Anthony’s Hospital and students must be accepted into their program to do the Paramedic AAS degree program.



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