Coastline Regional Occupational Program (ROP)

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)


Prepare for a career as an ambulance attendant or emergency room technician.  EMT certification increases opportunity to obtain positions as lifeguards, fire fighters, search and rescue team members or ski patrol. Twenty-four hours of ambulance ride-a-long or ER observation will be arranged.  Upon completion, students will be eligible to take the National Registry EMT-Basic certification exam.


  • Orientation and evaluation
  • EMT-Role, responsibilities and equipment
  • Human systems and patient assessment
  • Cardiovascular disorders
  • Respiratory disorders
  • Shock and hemorrhage
  • Fractures and splinting
  • Head and spinal injuries
  • Major wounds
  • Medical emergencies
  • Emergency childbirth
  • Environmental injuries
  • Hazardous materials
  • Multiple victim extrication and rescue
  • Pediatric emergencies
  • Moving the sick and injured
  • Ambulance transport
  • Employment literacy
  • Personal skills related to employment
  • Interpersonal skills and group dynamics
  • Thinking and problem solving skills
  • Communication skills


Upon successful completion, Coastline ROP students will:

  • Integrate Academic and Technical Skills
  • Practice Problem Solving and Critical Thinking Skills
  • Communicate and Collaborate with Diverse Audiences
  • Demonstrate Creativity and Innovation
  • Act as Responsible, Ethical Citizens
  • Develop Personal, Educational and Career Goals


For adult students to enroll in the Emergency Medical Technician course you must show proof of a valid American Heart Association BLS card as well as have passed the assessment test at the time of registration.

  • The BLS card MUST be obtained ONLY through the American Heart Association. If you use a 3rd party please ensure they represent American Heart Association and that the card received will be issued by the American Heart Association. We recommend scheduling your BLS training through:

  • High school students must have successfully completed Emergency Medical Responder with a grade of B or better is required. Graduating Seniors see the Career Specialist on your campus.

Course Descriptions

Administration of Justice (AOJ)
Animal Health Care (Fall)
Animal Health Care Internship (Spring)
Art of Animation
Art of TV & Video Production
Automotive Technology
Automotive Technology Advanced
Automotive Technology Internship
Automotive Technology Introduction
Automotive Technology MLR I
Automotive Technology MLR II
Baking & Pastry Fundamentals
BITA (Building Industry Technology Academy)
Broadcast News
Careers with Children Internship
Child Development
CNA (Pre-Certification) Internship
Computer Graphics
Computer Graphics (Adv.)
Computerized Integrated Manufacturing
Construction Technology Pre-Apprenticeship
Costume Design
Crime Scene Investigation (CSI)
CTE Medical Pathways
Culinary Arts
Culinary Arts (Adv.)
Culinary Arts Internship
Dental Assistant Back Office (Fall)
Dental Assistant Back Office Internship (Spring)
Dental Assistant Front Office
Diversified Service Careers Internship
Emergency Medical Responder (EMR)
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
Engineering Design & Development
Film & Digital Media Studies
Fire Science 101
Intermediate Video & Film
Introduction to Engineering Design
Media Arts Advanced
Media Arts Intermediate
Media Arts Introduction
Medical Careers & Health Systems
Medical Nursing Careers Internship
Multimedia Communications Design
Pharmacy Technician
Pharmacy Technician Internship
Principles of Engineering
Retail Sales & Merchandising Internship
Sports Medicine & Athletic Training
Sports Medicine Advanced
Sports Medicine Internship
Study of TV and Film Making
Theater Technology
Virtual Enterprise