* Participants will earn their HSED and be able to sit for the Wisconsin EMR certification exam to become a licensed Emergency Medical responder in the State of Wisconsin.
OR COMPLETION OF HSED MATH REQUIREMENT
77-854-799 • 1 Credit
Students review whole number operations, fractions, decimals, percents, algebra, geometry and trigonometry. The scope of the course is dependent on the student’s ability and career objective. All concepts are reinforced through application problems specific to the student’s career goal.
OR COMPLETION OF HSED COMMUNICATION REQUIREMENT
77-851-710 • 3 Credit
Communication Basics is designed to help learners improve their reading and writing skills. Students will develop reading strategies to improve their vocabulary and comprehension skills when reading course textbooks and materials. Students will apply knowledge of grammar, word usage, spelling and sentence mechanics at the basic and intermediate levels to write sentences and paragraphs to communicate information effectively. Students will also use resources and technology in combination with critical-thinking and problem solving skills to improve their reading and writing so that they can transfer these skills to other courses and settings.
EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN 1
30-531-305 • 2 Credit
This course provides the foundational knowledge for future Emergency Medical Technicians and Emergency Medical Responders. Topics include: basic human anatomy, performing a patient assessment, traumatic injury management, airway management, and Basic Life Support cardiac resuscitation. Upon successful completion, candidates will be eligible to participate in the National Registry of EMTs Emergency Medical Responder exams for Wisconsin EMR certification.
Courses include Reasoning through Language Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Social Studies, Science, Health, Civics, and Employability Skills.