MAP Students Train for ETT

Dec 27, 2013

The 40+ hour course trains students in the basics of emergency medical care, and offers a chance to certify as emergency trauma technicians.

ETT instructor Ron Bowers watches as David Roehl and Kaylene Chuckwak practice emergency obstetrics on a manikin.

Students at the Maximum Achievement Program at the Dillingham City School District had the opportunity to train for an Emergency Trauma Technician certification this month. 

An ETT can provide basic medical care in emergency situations, and graduates in years past have not only helped save lives in their communities, but have also gone on to further careers in the medical field. 

KDLG’s Dave Bendinger stopped by on their last day of hands-on training: