EMT IV Certification
Welcome to the Intravenous / Intraosseous Therapy And Medication Administration Course for the Colorado Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
The Emergency Medical Technician IV and medication course is offered for EMT Basic's holding a valid EMT Basic certification. The course is approximately 36 hours designed to educate EMTs in the skills of intravenous therapy, fluid resuscitation, and the administration of medications on the scene of a medical trauma or emergency. Medication administration is allowed for only those medications within the Colorado Chapter 2 Formulary.
Please note, this course has several prerequisites.
Please request an EMT IV checklist by emailing [email protected]
Each item on the checklist must be complete before you will be accepted into the course. The items on the checklist are mandatory requirements set forth by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Emergency Medical and Trauma Services Branch and are not negotiable.
Incomplete checklists will be returned and may result in your being dropped from the class to allow another student the seat.
Payment is required 48 hours before the first day of class, but is not required to hold your seat in class.
EMTs will be required to present a valid Colorado EMT certification
Proof of Professional Liability Insurance
Proof of COVID, and Hepatitis B Vaccination
Successfully pass a background check
Hold a current Basic Life Support Certification