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St John Ambulance EMT Course Fees And Requirements

St John Ambulance EMT Course Fees And Requirements

This article focuses on St John Ambulance EMT Course Fees And Requirements. St John Ambulance is one of the leading ambulance service providers in Kenya.

Since its inception in 1923, they have saved lives by providing first aid to the injured and training them to deal with life-threatening emergencies.

St John Ambulance College trains over 14,000 people every year in disaster preparedness, paramedic medicine, firefighting and first aid.

The Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) course is offered in collaboration with KMTC in Nairobi, Nakuru, Mombasa and Embu.

Emergency medical technicians (EMTs) provide emergency medical care in hospitals and transport critical patients. They handle and transport patients in ambulances.

This course gives students the first step to becoming a paramedic.

St John Ambulance College EMT/Paramedic Course Admission Requirements and Fees


Any student interested in this course must have at least KCSE Mean Grade C- or equivalent plus Biology in any language (English/Swahili).

Course duration: 1 year

Fee: Kshs 95,000 (paid in installments)

Contact information St. John Ambulance College

Phone: 0721 611 555, 0742 777 999
Email: College@stjohnkenya.org

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