Paramedic Training Schools
- For over 40 years, Northampton Community College has helped students of all ages and backgrounds answer one of life’s biggest questions. NCC is committed to quality, affordable higher education. We strive for accessibility, with courses scheduled at multiple campuses and locations during the day and evening, on weekends and online. You can choose from nearly 100 transfer and career programs leading to associate’s degrees, certificates and diplomas.
- All-State was founded to provide you with the quality training necessary to meet your career objectives in many of the largest industries in the country ranging from healthcare and trades to transportation. In addition to being a quality truck driving school, we offer Class A CDL training, Class B CDL training, dental assisting classes, a welding technology program, electrical systems technology training and so much more. Many of the high-demand industries have long recognized the need for professionally trained employees.
- Lackawanna College’s development into the premier community-oriented two-year college in Northeastern Pennsylvania parallels the development of the region. The College began as a proprietary institution with a full academic program under the direction of H.D. Buck and A.R. Whitmore. John H. Seeley, a noted regional educator, purchased it in 1912. The College is accredited by the Commission of Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, thereby permitting transfer of Lackawanna credits to other accredited institutions. The College has satellite centers in New Milford, Hazleton, Hawley and Towanda.
- Pennsylvania College of Technology became an affiliate of The Pennsylvania State University in 1989, after establishing a national reputation for education supporting workforce development, first as a technical institute and later as a community college. Today, Penn College is a special mission affiliate of Penn State, committed to applied technology education. Conveniently located in Williamsport (Central Pennsylvania), Penn College enrolls nearly 6,000 students in bachelor, associate, and certificate programs relating to more than 100 different career areas.
- LCCC’s 167-acre main campus is located in the center of Luzerne County Pennsylvania with 11 satellite campuses located throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania. At Luzerne County Community College, we offer a multitude of quality and unique liberal arts and technology programs. Please feel free to explore our web site and learn how LCCC can help you achieve your needs. Luzerne County Community College is a public, two-year comprehensive community college for residents of Luzerne County and surrounding areas throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania. The College is accredited by Commission on Higher Education Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, 3624 Market St., Philadelphia, PA 19104. This acceditation ensures your education is top quality and LCCC degrees and credits can be transferred to colleges and universities nationwide for those wishing to continue their education.
- HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, was established in 1964, is the largest and oldest of Pennsylvania’s 14 community colleges, and is the sole institution of its kind serving the Central Pennsylvania region. The College serves close to 22,000 degree-seeking and thousands more non-degree-seeking students each term through campuses in Gettysburg, Harrisburg, Lancaster, Lebanon and York as well as off-site learning locations and a robust Virtual Campus. HACC offers nearly 200 academic, career associate and transfer degree programs, diploma and certificate programs. The College also offers workforce development programs such as allied health, computer training, fire training, law enforcement and safety, security programs and technology and trades. Many of the College’s students come to HACC for affordable training for a specific career.
- Since our founding in 1967, Delaware County Community College has been serving the educational needs of Delaware and Chester counties. Today, the College is the center of educational opportunity in Delaware and Chester counties, with more than 28,000 students enrolled each year. Whether you’re looking to work toward a bachelor’s degree, advance your career by earning an associate degree or professional certificate, or just take a course for personal fulfillment, you can find yourself here.
- Reading Hospital School of Health Sciences is recognized for outstanding academics and clinical experiences. Our accredited Programs equip graduates with valuable practice experience through on-site and community-based clinical opportunities. The Paramedic Education Program was founded in 1987 to prepare individuals for careers as prehospital services professionals. Emergency Medical Technicians with one or more years of field experience can become a Paramedic in just 11 months.