The advanced emergency medical technician certificate program prepares you to become an advanced EMT (AEMT), a level of training in between EMT and paramedic. Study pharmacology, IV/IO therapy, special EMS considerations, and trauma assessment and treatments.
This degree track offers three paths: study healthcare law and ethics, diseases, and pharmacology for medical assistants and customize your allied health professional coursework that matches your career goal. You can focus on becoming a medical clinical assistant, a phlebotomist or a front office medical assistant.
The Aims EMS associate degree program provides a strong career foundation to build upon to become a paramedic or firefighter. Take your desire to help people in your community and earn a degree that can make you more marketable to potential employers.
Emergency medical responders are entry-level EMS providers. The emergency medical responder certificate combines classroom training and an internship to teach you basic emergency lifesaving interventions while awaiting an additional EMS response.
If you are an EMT or AEMT, the paramedic preparation certificate prepares you to apply for the Aims paramedic certificate program. Study EMT fundamentals, medical and trauma emergencies, IV/IO therapy, and basic anatomy and physiology.
If you are an EMT or AEMT, the pre-paramedic certificate will prepare you to apply for the Aims paramedic associate degree program. Study the courses required to apply for the paramedic program, including general education requirements, EMT fundamentals, medical and trauma emergencies, IV/IO therapy, and basic anatomy and physiology.
After completing the nurse aide certificate program, develop the skills and knowledge to find a job in healthcare. Study health career options and readiness and enhance your nurse aide healthcare and clinical skills.
This certificate is offered exclusively to high school students enrolled in the College in High School program. Earn six college credits while in high school by studying the basics of allied health careers, medical terminology and emergency responses.
This certificate is only available to students with a radiologic technology associate degree and current ARRT certification. Learn fundamental mammography skills, gain clinical experience in mammography exams and prepare for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) exam to become a certified mammography technologist. Learn mammography techniques such as positioning, equipment, image production and radiation safety.