EMTStudentHandbook

EMTStudentHandbook - UC Berkeley Police Department EMT...

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UC Berkeley Police Department EMT Program Student Handbook Introduction The following course information, policies and procedures are designed to create clear expectations for students attending the UC Berkeley Police Department EMT Program. Students should always exercise common sense and good judgment. If questions arise, students should contact the Program Director as soon as possible. Hours and Schedule The UCPD EMT Program will commence May 24, 2011, and will end August 7, 2011. The Graduation Ceremony will be held August 9, 2011 at 7pm. Regularly scheduled classes will be held on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Tuesday and Thursday classes will start promptly at 6pm and end at 10pm. Sunday classes will start promptly at 12 noon and end at 8pm. There will be no class on May 29, 2011 or July 3, 2011. Students will also be expected to attend a Practical Skills Examination on Saturday, July 9 th from 8am to 6pm and to attend up to 48 hours of clinical shifts. Students are expected to arrive early for every class and clinical shift, in order to be prepared when class starts. Location Classes will be held at 60 Barrows, UC Berkeley. Any other class location will be announced in advance. Addresses for clinical internships will be provided when dates for the internships are assigned. Students are responsible for their own transportation to and from clinical sites and class locations. Attendance Students are expected to attend all scheduled classes, exams, and clinical internships. Any student unable to attend a class must email [email protected] before the scheduled start of that session and will receive an excused absence. If a student is not able to attend a clinical internship, they must contact [email protected] at least 24 hours prior the scheduled start of that internship. Students will be allowed up to 24 hours of excused absences.
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