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Paramedic AAS

An Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic, through performance of patient assessments and provision of emergency medical care, strives to meet the goals of preventing and reducing mortality and morbidity due to illness and injury. Paramedics primarily provide care to emergency patients in an out of hospital setting. The Paramedic program prepares the graduate for a career as a certified EMT Paramedic. A graduate of the Paramedic Program is a highly-skilled, health care provider.

The curriculum includes a balance of paramedic and college level courses. The paramedic courses are designed to assist the student to maintain high-quality patient care. The graduate will be able to recognize, assess, and manage medical emergencies of acutely ill or injured persons in any pre hospital settings. Paramedics are responsible and accountable to medical direction, the public, and their peers. Paramedics work in the field under the direction of a physician through written standing orders and radio communications. Graduates of the program are eligible to sit for the National Registry (NREMTP) Certification Exam.

REQUIRED COURSES

Paramedic

Click here to download the EMS Education Application Form

Total Certificate Hours: 60

 

First Semester

Number

Title

Hours

ENGL 101 Composition

3

COSC 101

Microsoft Computer Apps

3

COMM 212

Interpersonal Communications

3

PMED 100

EMT-Basic

5

 

 

Total Semester Hours

 

14

 

Second Semester

Number

Title

Hours

PMED 101 Intro to Emergency Medical Services

2

PMED 102

Pharmacology

2

PMED 102L

Pharmacology LAB

1

PMED 104

Patient Assessment

2

PMED 106

Trauma Management in Field

2

PMED 106

Trauma Management in Field LAB

1

PMED 107

Anatomy/ Physiology for Emergancy Care

3

PMED 107L Anatomy/ Physiology for Emergancy Care LAB

1

 

 

Total Semester Hours

 

14

 

Third Semester

Number

Title

Hours

PMED 103

Rescue and Operations

2

PMED 200

Cardiopulmonary Pre-Hospital Care

2

PMED 200L

Cardiopulmonary Pre-Hospital Care LAB

2

PMED 201

General Medical Care

2

PMED 201L

General Medical Care LAB

2

PMED 202

Special Patient Considerations

3

 

 

Total Semester Hours

 

13

 

Fourth Semester (Summer)

PMED 105

Paramedic Field Clinical I

8

 

 

Total Semester Hours

 

8

 

Fifth Semester (Summer)

Number

Title

Hrs

PMED 203

Paramedic Field Clinical II

5

PMED 204

Paramedic Field Internship

3

ENGL 107

Technical Writing

3

 

 

Total Semester Hours


11

 

Evaluation Sheets

2014-2015

2013-2014

2012-2013

 

 

Degree and Certificate Programs

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Associate of Science Degree Programs

Associate of Applied Science

 

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   Student Success Center

In the Student Success Center, we are committed to providing all students the opportunity to achieve academic success by providing a variety of services free of charge. Students can receive placement testing (ACCUPLACER) for admission purposes, tutoring, academic advising, test/quiz proctoring, disability counseling, career assessment, and success workshops.

The Student Success Center’s enhance the services already provided to our students. Many students need to increase their basic skills in math, reading, and writing while others may need substantial computer skills as well as upgrading their personal effectiveness skills including problem solving.

Educational Counselors in the Student Success Center help students in overcoming barriers to a successful completion of their college program. Student Success Centers are located on each campus and are staffed with qualified and friendly educational counselors.

Meet the Student Success Center Staff

 

 

Services Provided

Transcript Request

Ways to Request an Official Transcript:

Electronic Transcript Request

Check the progress of your Electronic Transcript Request

Printable Transcript Request Form

Unofficial Transcript


ATTENTION STUDENTS:

  • Our office is currently experiencing delays in processing transcript requests. Please request your transcript as early as possible and allow 3-5 business days for mailing.
  • There is a one-time $15.00 fee for transcripts. There is no charge for additional transcripts after the initial payment of $15.00. Failure to pay transcript fees will result in a processing delay. 
  • All transcripts are sent via postal mail. New River Community and Technical College is not set up for digital transcripts at this time.
  • New River Comunity and Technical College will not fax any academic records.

Transcript Request Contact Information:
Phone:
(304) 929-5032 or (304) 929-5461
Payment by Phone:
(304) 929-5448
Fax:
(304) 929-5461
Email:
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  Electronic Transcript Request

Students may request an official transcript through Self-Service-Banner

  • Go to your Self-Service-Banner account. Enter Secure Area.
  • If you cannot gain access to your web self-service account please contact IT Support at (304)-929-6725 or go to the PDF Transcript Request Form to download the printable form. Former students may still access their Self-Service Banner account, even if they have not attended in several semesters.
  • Click Student
  • Click Student Records
  • Click Academic Transcript
  • In the bottom middle of the screen "Request Printed Transcript"

Please review and update your contact information we have on file. Having outdated contact information will cause delays in processing your Official Transcript Request.

  • Select Where you would like to send your Official Transcript: (Select one of the following)
    • External College Code: Click Look Up College Code to find the college that should recieve your transcript.
    • Internal College: Colleges that are in our region.
    • One of your Addresses. Click the drop down box to select the address.
    • Issued to- Fill in this space if none of the above criteria seem to fit.
  • In the "Transcript Type" field click on the drop box and click "official."
  • Complete the address, if it is not filled in automatically. This is the address that your transcript will be mailed to and cannot be corrected after you submit your request.
  • Select Number of Copies
  • Next to the "Print Transcript" field choose either to have your Offical Transcript processed As soon as Possible, or Hold until this terms grades are in, or Hold until your degree is confered. 
  • In "Delivery Method" if you need to pay the one-time fee, select "Web Official Tran Not Paid", if you have paid select, "Web Official Tran Paid"
  • Enter in your billing information and method of payment.
  • Review your Transcript Information and click submit.

 


    Printable Transcript Request Form

Please download, complete and print the Request for Transcript Form. If you have already paid the $15 fee, mark the box indicating that you have paid.

 Submit your completed request for transcript in one of the following ways:

  • To the Business office on your campus along with your fee.
  • Mail Request for transcript and your fee to:
    Registrar's Office
    Transcript Request
    280 University Drive
    Beaver, WV 25813
  • Fax the completed form to (304) 929-6719; ATTN: Transcript Requests and contact the Business Office to pay fee.


You may call the Business office, to make payment over the phone:

  • ATC/Mercer/Beckley: (304) 929-5448
  • Greenbrier: (304) 647-6569
  • Nicholas: (304) 883-2422

 


 Unofficial Transcripts

Students may access an unofficial transcript through Self-Service Banner. Click on the following link: Self-Service-Banner

  • Enter Secure Area (You'll be prompted to enter your User ID [this is your 9-Digit Student ID Number] and PIN. Your PIN is your 6-digit Birthdate [January 1,1999 = 010199]. You will then be asked to create a new PIN. This must be 6-digits and may not be your birthdate again.)
    • Student
    • Student Records
    • Academic Transcript and click "Submit"
  • If you cannot gain access to your web self-service account, please contact IT Support at (304)-929-6725. Former students may still access their Self-Service Banner account, even if they have not attended in several semesters.

 

Physical Plant Welding ASSC

The Physical Plant certificate program is designed to provide maintenance personnel with the basic skills required to perform routine welding duties.

REQUIRED COURSES

Number

Title

Hours

WELD 130

Basic Shielded Metal Arc Welding/Stick Welding (SMAW)

6

WELD 131

OxyFuel/Plasma Cutting

2

WELD 136

Introduction to Inert Gas Welding (GMAW/GTAW)

6

 

Total Semester Hours

14

 

Evaluation Sheet

2015-2016

2014-2015

2013-2014

2012-2013

 

 

 

 

 

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