The Weatherford College Paramedic program is delivered by hybrid format to accommodate the needs of working professionals. This delivery model is a combination of online learning and face-to-face education, aimed at reducing the time in class. The majority of the lecture time is delivered online for complete by students on their own time outside for the college classroom. Time in class will be focused on skills practice, simulation, and hands-on practical application of the material covered during online coursework.
Paramedic candidates must be physically fit to be able to lift and move patients are required by EMS employers.
Paramedic graduates find employment with ambulance providers, emergency departments, fire departments, and industrial safety.
EMT is the entry point for the Emergency Medical Services Profession, and is a required certification for State Firefighters.
Paramedic is the highest level of licensure in the Emergency Medical Services Profession. Many departments today employ only paramedics creating a demand that all-but guarantees a job to all graduates.
Dave Jackson Paramedicine Scholarship - For students Enrolled in the paramedic and EMS Programs
The Weatherford College Paramedic Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs upon the recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions (CoAEMSP).
EMS Academy Paramedic Graduate Outcomes
Number of students enrolled
|Number of students completed||14||12||6||15||24|
|Percent completing program||93%||100%||67%||93%||96%|
Overall Pass Rate