School: SoCal ROC
Course ID: 409
Availability: Call 310-224-4200

Take this first step in the pathway to your new career. EMT is a state required course for ambulance personnel, fire rescue, life rescue, lifeguards, and ski patrols. Students will learn first aid and life-saving skills for trauma and medical conditions such as shock, respiratory and cardiovascular emergencies, immobilizing injured limbs, and assisting with emergency childbirth. The ambulance ride-along is part of the course requirement.

High school prerequisites:

  1. Be a high school Senior, Complete the Emergency Medical/First Responder course with a Certificate of Competency

  2. Have a C or better in Math and Science

  3. Must be at least 18 years old prior to the course completion

  4. Possess a current American Heart Association BLS for the Healthcare Provider card only

  5. If an adult, provide proof of a HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA or GED (translated into English)

  6. In order to register for the national exam, a Social Security number is required. Once you have successfully completed the course, you will be required to have a Live Scan in order to register for the National Registry certification and the Los Angeles County certification. Please review the attached Disqualifying Penal Code Section.

  7. In order to participate in the ride-a-long, you must provide proof of a NEGATIVE MANTOUX TEST or NEGATIVE CHEST X-RAY (To be dated within 6 months of the end of the semester.)




Address: 2300 Crenshaw Blvd., Torrance, CA 90501 U.S.

Phone: 310-224-4200