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First EMT Training Class Results

William M. Davies, Jr. Career and Technical High School is proud to announce that all fifteen students enrolled in the inaugural EMT training class have successfully completed their training. The EMT program started in the beginning of the school year as a pathway in the Health Careers program. Davies was able to offer the rigorous course to motivated students with the help of the American Safety Programs & Training Inc. The partnership allowed ASP&T to send skilled instructors to the school to lead the course and cover skills in basic life support, trauma emergencies, medication administration, vehicle extraction and a new section on terrorism awareness as it pertains to EMS.


Of the students who completed the certification and are eligible (over 18 years old) 6 are interested in pursuing the national exam at this time. Students were presented with certificates via email. 


Please join us in celebrating the following students for their accomplishment:


Ashly N. Minera

Daniela Velasquez-Vargas

Andrea Fernandez-Sierra

Christian Godinez

Ibiolatiwa O. Akomolafe

Jordan Miranda

Kearsten Rose Toliver

Kendylee Zorrilla-Rodriguez

Cedrik J. Leca

Maiyah-li Lozada

Monica Marcos

Ramatoulaye Kare Boye

Rickani Marie Peguero

Vanessa Alexandra Semedo

Victoria Noemi Aquino

EMT student's certificates