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July 21, 2015
2015 Littleton Emergency Medical Technical Graduates
WELDON, N.C. – The 2015 Littleton Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) class graduated seven students following the completion of a rigorous 200 plus hour class. The class consisted of didactic material, as well as skills training and required clinical time on area ambulances.

Completion of the EMT program allows students to take the state exam. After passing the exam the student has the ability to apply for jobs as an EMT with local agencies and businesses. Certified EMTs are then also eligible to take advanced classes at HCC such as paramedic courses, which can raise the student's earning potential by tens of thousands of dollars a year working a 24 hour shift followed by 72 hours of off time.

If you are interested in a career in public safety, helping to make your community a safer place call Kevin Kupietz at 252 536 7293.
EMT class
Picture top row left: Instructor Lynn Moseley, Instructor Dal Bobbitt, Bryan Hollowell, Robert Ward Bottom, Kimberly Pierce, Shakelia Rivers, Daphine Jones, Kelly Sykes and Joseph Gedick.
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Primary Media Contact: Public Information Officer (vacant), 252-538-4319

Secondary Media Contact: Dr. Dianne Rhoades, Vice President of Institutional Advancement, Halifax Community College and Executive Director of the Halifax Community College Foundation Inc., dbarnes-rhoades128@halifaxcc.edu, 252-536-7239