Paramedic Technician

In case of emergency

Injuries, trauma, sudden illness—medical emergencies can happen at any time, in any place. Survival often depends on the initial care the injured or severely ill person receives at the scene.

The Lakeshore Technical College Paramedic Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs ( upon the recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions (CoAEMSP).

Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs
1361 Park Street Clearwater, FL 33756

To contact CoAEMSP:
8301 Lakeview Parkway
Suite 111-312
Rowlett, TX 75088
FAX 214-703-8992

Wisconsin Department of Health Services (Licensing Bureau)

National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (Certifying Organization)

*Lakeshore Technical College’s Paramedic Technician program prepares students to obtain the required licensure to be employed/practice in the state of Wisconsin. The College does not guarantee its curriculum matches the requirements for preparation, examination, or licensure for other states.

To be eligible for testing and/or licensing in the state of Wisconsin, you may be required to obtain a social security number.

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Other Program Information

Program Effectiveness Data

Career Area
Law, Public Safety and Security
Associate Degree
Program Number
  • Associate Degree
  • 4 Terms 
  • 60 Credits
  • Financial Aid Eligible
  • Term 1 (Paramedic) Starts January 
  • Term 4/5 (General Education Courses) Can Be Completed Before or After Core Paramedic Courses

Career Outlook

Paramedic Technician

Median Income: $34,901.00*


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Drive ambulance or assist ambulance driver in transporting sick, injured, or convalescent persons. Assist in lifting patients.


Assess injuries and illnesses and administer basic emergency medical care. May transport injured or sick persons to medical facilities.


Administer basic or advanced emergency medical care and assess injuries and illnesses. May administer medication intravenously, use equipment such as EKGs, or administer advanced life support to sick or injured individuals.



*Lightcast/EMSI data is a hybrid dataset derived from official government sources such as the US Census Bureau, Bureau of Economic Analysis, and Bureau of Labor Statistics. This salary data is from the Lakeshore District.

Transfer Options


Work with Admissions Advisor to:

  • Submit Application
  • Complete the Background Information Disclosure forms.
  • Complete the Student Success Questionnaire.
  • Complete Technical Standards form.
  • Complete Health form.
  • Schedule your First Time Program Counseling/Registration Session with your assigned program counselor to plan your first semester schedule, review your entire plan of study and discuss the results of the Student Success Questionnaire.

*Submit transcripts and test scores (optional, highly recommended): College transcripts, along with high school transcripts and test scores from within the last five years, used for course registration. Official transcripts needed for transferring college credit(s) and for financial aid purposes.


Work with your Program Counselor to:

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Due to the rigorous and highly supervised nature of this hands-on training, lecture, lab and scenario courses are only offered during the day. 

The clinical courses provide some flexibility to the students’ schedules, as the specific hours are not preset and scheduled by the instructors. Students will work directly with their assigned hospital clinical and field clinical sites to schedule shifts. Availability and duration of shifts is determined by the clinical sites. It is each student’s responsibility to complete their hours and competencies before the end of each respective clinical course.