Released: June 10, 2019
Santa Fe Community College’s Emergency Medical Services Institute is accepting Paramedic Training Program applications until 5 p.m. July 31 for the year-long certificate program that starts October 14.
Applicants must be a currently licensed New Mexico Emergency Medical Technician – Basic or Intermediate and up-to-date with their certifications. The application fee is $30 and is non-refundable.
Entrance to the program is competitive. All applications will be reviewed and applicants who meet the minimum qualifications will be invited to take the test. Testing is scheduled for Tuesday, August 13 and Wednesday, August 14 at SFCC. Applicants who are invited to test will need to attend one of the two testing days. The tests include a computer-based exam on Emergency Medical Technician knowledge, an interview and brief scenarios to demonstrate applicant’s grasp and understanding of EMT-level material.
After the exams are graded and ranked, the top 18 candidates will be offered positions in the program. Candidates will be notified by August 23. Successful candidates will have until August 30 to accept, after which the position will be offered to the next qualified candidate. Classes for the year-long program begin October 14, with graduation slated for December, 2020.
For more information on the SFCC’s Emergency Medical Services Institute or to download a copy of the application, go to sfcc.edu or contact director Sahaj Khalsa at 505-428-1820 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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