The Firefighter/EMT program will combine firefighter and emergency medical skills training opportunities. Students will train as an Emergency Medical Responder and Emergency Medical Technician. The program is designed for firefighters, industry and first response providers. Students completing the program will be prepared for testing, certification and registration through the Oklahoma State Department of Health as an Emergency Medical Responder, Emergency Medical Technician along with an American Heart Association Healthcare Provider First Aid/CPR certifications, as well as IFSAC certifications for Hazardous Materials Awareness, Hazardous Materials Operations, Firefighter I and Firefighter II.

Career Majors

Basic Firefighter – 1050 hours (high school only)
Firefighter/EMT – 1050 hours (adult students)
Cost Sheet     Gainful Employment

Courses Include

At A Glance


  • Core Healthcare Provider CPR
  • Fire Academy – NIMS Introduction to the Incident Command System
  • Fire Academy – Emergency Vehicle Operations
  • Fire Academy – Hazardous Materials Awareness
  • Fire Academy – Hazardous Materials Operations Level
  • Wildland
  • Fire Academy – Basic Vehicle Extrication
  • Firefighter I
  • Firefighter II
  • Firefighter Physical Training I


  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Preparatory for the EMT
  • Airway for EMT
  • Patient Assessment for EMT
  • Medicine for EMT
  • Trauma for EMT
  • Special Patient Populations for EMT
  • EMS Operations for the EMT
  • EMT Clinical
  • Shock for EMT
  • Core Healthcare Provider CPR

Competencies/Certifications Available

National Certifications

  • Emergency Medical Responder-High School
  • Emergency Medical Technician-Adult
  • BLS Provider First Aid/CPR-American Heart


  • Hazardous Materials Awareness
  • Hazardous Materials Operations
  • Firefighter I
  • Firefighter II



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