Emergency Medical Technician - Ambulance Certificate

The Emergency Medical Technician - Ambulance Certificate provides you with 7 hours college credit and a certificate from the Illinois Department of Public Health to practice in the state of Illinois. Most firefighters in the state are certified as EMT–B. You may also use the EMT-B certificate to work on a private ambulance or as a technician in a clinical setting such as a hospital emergency room.

What you need to know about getting your Emergency Medical Technician - Ambulance Certificate (CIP 510810)

Occupations that Emergency Medical Technician - Ambulance Certificate prepares you for
Occupation and Occupational Profile Link SOC Code
Ambulance Drivers and Attendants, Except Emergency Medical Technicians 53-3011
Additional Emergency Medical Technician - Ambulance Certificate Costs
Expense Cost
Fees $175.00
Books and supplies $157.00
Total Expenses $332.00
Total Emergency Medical Technician - Ambulance Certificate Costs
  in-district out-of-district out-of-state international
Tuition $672.00 $2,184.77 $2,753.52 $2,753.52
Additional Emergency Medical Technician - Ambulance Certificate Costs $332.00 $332.00 $332.00 $332.00
Program Total $1,004.00 $2,516.77 $3,085.52 $3,085.52
Emergency Medical Technician - Ambulance Certificate Completion Data
Completers in fiscal year 2013 49
Proportion Completing in Normal Time 6.10%
Median loan debt incurred by students who completed the program
Type of Loan Loan Amount
Title IV Loans $0.00
Private Loans $0.00
Institutional Payments $0.00