Emergency Medical Technician I

How to provide basic life support such as splinting, hemorrhage control, oxygen therapy, suction, CPR and use of automated external defibrillators (AEDs). EMT I is the foundation of all emergency medical training. Mastering of EMT I level knowledge and techniques must occur before moving on to advanced levels. Special fees apply.

The minor in Arctic skills is designed for anyone who lives and works in a northern climate and wishes to learn to cope with the outdoor Arctic environment.

Students who complete this minor also earn a State of Alaska EMTI certificate and may prepare to take the FAA written exam for partial fulfillment of the private pilot certificate requirements.

UAF Course number: EMS F170
 

*Note on UAF Course Coding*

ABCD - Departments/Schools/Colleges are indicated by the first 3-4 letters of the code
F - Fairbanks Campus
123 - Academic level is indicated by the number following the letters.

Undergraduate Level: 100 - 400
Graduate Level : 500 - 600

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Course details

Academic level(s)Bachelor
CountryUnited States
Language of instructionEnglish
InstitutionUniversity of Alaska Fairbanks
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ECTS credits12.0
Field schoolNo
Fields of studyBasic/broad, general programmes
Teaching placeFairbanks, Alaska
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