General Information

Application for Admission

We are now accepting applications for the Fall 2016 Northwest Florida State College EMT Program.  The deadline to apply is June 1, 2016.  

All students are required to take the HESI test. You must score a 75 or higher on each individual required section of the HESI in order to receive points for that section. Students may retake the HESI, but must wait 30 days between attempts.  The HESI will be offered at the testing center on the following dates and times:

April 4-14, 2016                                                                                     Monday/Wednesday 09:00                  Tuesday/Thursday 1:30 p.m.

May 4-13, 2016                                                                                     Monday/Wednesday 09:00                  Tuesday/Thursday 1:30 p.m.

Register for the HESI here.

Click here for the updated points form.

Apply for Admission

 

The following items must be received by established deadline dates:

Official high school transcript or GED score report on file at the Northwest Florida State College Office of Admissions.

Official transcripts from all prior college courses must be received by Office of Admissions.


EMT students Emergency Medical Technicians are part of the Emergency Medical Services team. EMT's are trained to provide basic life support to the sick and injured. The EMT program at Northwest Florida State College prepares students to apply for the examination to become a Florida certified Emergency Medical Technician and a National Registry Emergency Medical Technician-Basic. The program offers students the opportunity to enter the exciting world of Emergency Services through education in the college's state-of-the-art health program facilities. The Northwest Florida State College program blends classroom instruction with hands-on skills training and real world clinical education to prepare students as entry level Emergency Medical Technicians.

The Emergency Medical Technician program is 11 credit hours and is conducted over 1 semester. If the number of applicants exceeds the 24 slots available for the semester, applicants will be evaluated on a points system basis.
 
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