Ed Ksiezopolski's EMT classes practiced their traction splinting skills recently while preparing for their state exams. Stay tuned with exam results as they are coming soon. We are so proud of our EMT students!

Interested in learning more about this class?! Check out the information below, directly from the WACC Course of Study Guide: 


Grade Level: 12
Prerequisite: Acceptance to program required.
(Acceptance method varies from program to program.)
Length: 1 semester (2 periods)
Credits Earned: 2
Students may earn college credit if they complete the Ivy Tech application and earn a C or higher. This course is being offered in partnership with Multi-Township EMS of Warsaw. It is a state-approved curriculum for E.M.T. training. Once completed and reaching the age of 18, the student can take the state test and if successful, become a licensed E.M.T. Students are required to have specific immunizations which can be obtained from the family doctor or the county health clinic. Course offering is dependent on the number of students and instructor availability.

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Yesterday Mr. Ksiezopolski's Emergency Medical Services students were practicing some new skills and "rescued" Mrs. Jackson, the WACC Assistant Director! The students safely strapped her to the backboard, carried her across the sidewalk, and placed her on top of their truck to pose for a picture. Great job students, and special thanks to Mrs. Jackson for offering to be their patient!

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Helicopter to make a non-emergency landing at WCHS/WACC for the students in the EMT program.

Weather permitting, this Friday, May 22, 2015, the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) students get to see a Lutheran Air helicopter, with a Flight Paramedic on board that is a 2003 graduate of WCHS and the Warsaw Area Career Center EMT program, land at the WCHS/WACC campus between 8:00-8:30. It will land on the front lawn of WCHS/WACC campus between parking lot B and SR 15 and the Flight Paramedic will be here to talk to the class about air transport in emergency situations.

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The American Ambulance Association presented Paramedic Korie Krull, a graduate of Warsaw and the WACC EMT Program, with the 2015 Stars of Life award for outstanding commitment and dedication in the line of service.

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EMT class working on skills.

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