The role of the Emergency Medical Technician has remained a mainstay of the emergency medical team and is a common prerequisite for those looking for employment in police departments and fire brigades. Stone Academy’s 240-hour course of study exceeds the minimum number of hours required to train EMT’s in the State of Connecticut in an effort to ensure that graduates serving in the field are of the highest caliber in the industry.
Student’s success in the program will be determined through their ability to retain knowledge of the core topics surrounding the practice of an Emergency Medical Technician as well as their ability to perform related clinical skills at a high level.
Our Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Training Program is available at all campuses!
Becoming a Certified Nurse’s Aide (CNA) is one of fastest routes to starting your career in healthcare. CNA training can take as few as four weeks; students learn the 25 traditional nursing aide skills and additional pertinent clinical competencies. Graduates of the program are eligible to sit for the State of Connecticut’s CNA certification exam on campus. CNA’s often work alongside RN’s and LPN’s, performing essential hands-on care for patients in a variety of healthcare facilities.
Our Certified Nurse’s Aide (CNA) Program is available at all campuses!
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