EMS Training Programs
Conduction EMS Classes
Basic Emergency Care "BEC" Programs
If you are certified at the EMT-B level or higher and would like to coordinate a BEC class in your area, contact the EMS Office for a BEC Course Request form.
Emergency Medical Technician Programs
If you are certified at the EMT-Basic level or higher and have attended a Coordinator Development Class offered by the Wyoming EMS Office and would like to offer an EMT-B class in your area, contact the EMS office for a course request.
Training Programs Offered by the EMS Office
Basic Emergency Care (BEC):
In accordance with the transition from the Department of Transportation curriculum to Emergency Medical Responder (EMR), the BEC curriculum has changed significantly. Please contact Coleen King at (307) 777-6022 for more details.
Emergency Medical Technician - Basic (EMT-B):
This course was developed by the Department of Transportation and, in 1994 was revised. The EMT-Basic National Standard Curriculum prepares individuals to work for first response groups or ambulance services. The EMT-B program has added enhancements developed by the State of Wyoming EMS Office. The program is 160 hours in length.
Emergency Medical Technician - Intermediate (EMT-I):
Wyoming has one of the most diverse EMT-Intermediate programs. Local physicians can tailor their training programs to utilize any of five (5) modules in the curriculum. Skills taught include: manual defibrillation, IV therapy, general pharmacology and medical emergencies, cardiovascular emergencies, :and advanced airway management.
Instructor/Coordinator Development Class:
This 16 hour program is a prerequisite for anyone interested in coordinating any EMT class in the state of Wyoming. Teaching theory, methodology, practices, and use of various audio-visuals are the core of the program. Instruction provided by J. Steven Ott, PhD. and the EMS staff.