HANNIBAL, Mo. (WGEM) -- Hannibal LaGrange will be offering EMS classes this spring to anyone with a high school diploma.
The course will be a total of 100 hours and spread out over 18 weeks.
By the end of the course, students will be able to become Emergency Medical Technicians, or EMTs.
You don't need any prior experience before starting the classes.
"We'll teach them everything you need to know. If you have an interest in healthcare, think you might want to go into this field, it's a great opportunity just to see at the basic level what you might be interested in," said Anne Riggs, the Director of Nursing at HLGU.
To sign up for the classes, you can contact the Hannibal LaGrange nursing department.
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