Beaufort County Community College (BCCC) will collaborate with Hyde County Emergency Services to offer an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) class for the upcoming 2023-2024 term.

This comprehensive EMT training program will provide aspiring healthcare professionals with the skills and knowledge required to respond effectively in emergency medical situations.

The EMT class is scheduled to begin on Nov. 14 and will run until March 13.

This innovative program offers a hybrid learning experience, combining weekly online/virtual coursework with hands-on skills sessions during the weekends.

These skills sessions will be available on the mainland and on Ocracoke Island, ensuring accessibility for participants from across the region.

The collaboration between Beaufort County Community College and Hyde County Emergency Services aims to meet the growing demand for well-trained EMTs who can provide vital emergency medical care to their communities.

This program is ideal for individuals interested in pursuing a career in emergency medicine, first responders, or anyone wishing to enhance their skills in emergency medical care.

For more information about the EMT class, registration details, and for any questions about the program, contact Billy Respass at

For more information about Beaufort County Community College, please visit

To learn more about Hyde County Emergency Services, please visit

With a mission to save lives and improve the health and safety of our community, Hyde County EMS continuously seeks innovative ways to enhance emergency medical services.

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