EMS classes scheduled to seek interest
Wallace will host a meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 10 to evaluate interest for a first responder class.
Mid-Plains Community College is in the process of organizing its off-campus Emergency Medical Services (EMS) classes and has scheduled meetings in several communities to answer questions regarding the class and to see if there is enough interest for the class to be held.
The classes will be Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Basic with the incorporation of the First Responder to EMT class and an EMT Refresher.
The EMT class is 150 hours and includes the requirements to obtain National Registry Certification and Nebraska licensure.
The Bridge class is 110 hours and also fulfills National Registry Certification and Nebraska Licensure obligations. The EMT refresher 40-hour class is a course to provide the responder the required continuing education required for license renewal.
Wallace will host a meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 10 to evaluate interest for a first responder class. This class will be taught by Ray and Deb Jameson and will be held one night a week on Thursdays.
Another organizational meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 15, at Ogallala High School, room 120-121. This class will be taught by Michelle Wolford and will meet on Monday evenings starting Sept. 21.
If interested but unable to attend the organizational meeting, please contact Karen Bowlin at
or call (308) 535-3636.