PMC Ambulance Services will be hosting Emergency Medical Technician classes beginning January 19th. The classes will be held every other Saturday from the end of January through May, with an adjustment for Easter weekend. An organizational meeting will be held on Wednesday, January 16th at 6 pm in the Pondera Medical Center main conference room.
This is a very affordable way to become a licensed EMT with lots of hands-on training and discussion. Upon completion of coursework and passing the national certification exam, students will receive their EMT license and may begin making a difference in the lives of people in their community.
Coursework will include weekly book and online assignments. Saturdays will be review and discussion and then realistic hands-on scenarios.
Becoming an EMT is a very rewarding opportunity to serve your community. Emergency services are vital in rural Montana where Healthcare facilities are not in close proximity. There is hourly pay for taking call shifts and opportunity to take shifts in a number of area communities. We encourage students from Conrad, Shelby, Cut Bank, Choteau, Valier, Chester, Brady, Dutton and all surrounding communities to enroll.
Please call Sam Thornton at (406) 260-2301, or Ruth Erickson at 406-271-2268 for more information.