Want to help your neighbors? Become a volunteer in your Fire District? Make a difference in your community? Become an EMT!

Talk with your local fire district about this exciting opportunity!

You are about to embark on a 160-hour training program to prepare you to become an Emergency Medical Technician within the State of Washington. You will also be expected to study on your time outside of class. This will include reading the textbook, knowing and understanding definitions as they pertain to the training program, knowing and understanding the equipment used in emergency medicine, practicing the practical skills expected of an EMT. You will be expected to perform a field rotation with a medic unit within Mason County and a clinical rotation at Mason General Hospital.
Your personal time will need to be dedicated to the training program at the expense of your personal social life at times during the class.
By signing the application you are accepting the requirement to attend all classes on the schedule, devoting the time required for the field and clinical rotation and spending the time needed to study and practice for a successful outcome.

In trying to maintain compliance with COVID restrictions, we have raised the cost for the EMT class.  We feel this represents a worst-case scenario for the course, and we are hopeful by the class deadline, there will be an easing of these restrictions.  Should the restrictions ease before the class deadline, we will adjust the cost accordingly.

  • Location: Station 5-8


  • Instructor: Jeff Holloway

  • Classes are held: Tuesday and Thursday 6-9 PM, and Saturday 9-5 PM

  • Cost:

    $1250 max due to COVID restrictions for council members

    $1500 max for noncouncil members.
    • Upon approval of the application, the fire district must put down a $225 deposit towards the cost of books. This deposit is refundable up until the books are ordered. After books are ordered, the deposit is non-refundable.
    • Students will need to bring their own working lunch and snacks.
    • Students must have a computer available to them as all course work and exams will be done online.
    • The class must have 12 students registered at the time of the deadline to commence.
  • Participant’s Requirements:

    • Applicants must be affiliated with a fire district to take this class.
    • The Application shall attach documentation of: ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE COMPLETE BEFORE TURNED IN.
    •  A current Health Care Provider CPR Card
    •  Passed Multi-state Background Check within the last six months
    •  High School Diploma or Equivalent
    •  Hepatitis B vaccine has been started/completed
    •  TB skin test within the past 12 months/completed
    • Successful completion of Entrance Exam
    • A valid driver’s license

Application Deadline

Get your application in now!
Deadline: December 5th

EMT Course Checklist

  • Entrance Exam

    • Fill out and turn in an application for the entrance exam to Tamarah Hoffman at office@masoncountyems.com
    • Take the exam
    • Attach completion certificate to the application
  • EMT Course Application

    • Turn in completed application to Carly Bean at office@masoncountyems.com
    •  Make sure all required parts of the application are attached at time of submittal
  • Pay Book Deposit

Course Application

Course Application

Exam Application

Exam Application


 Course Length  50  150-155
 Scope of Practice (Skills Capabilities)  AED  AED
 Bag Valve Mask   Bag Valve Mask
 Bandaging   Bandaging
 Splinting    Splinting
 Medical   Medical
Patient Assessment  Patient Assessment
 Pediatrics    Pediatrics
 Trauma  Trauma
 Triage   Triage
 ECG/12 Lead Read only
 Supraglottic Airway
 Scope of Practice (Medication Administration)  Oxygen  Oxygen
 Activated Charcoal
 Oral Glucose
 Assist with Patient’s Diastat, Nitroglycerin and Inhaler as prescribed
 Level of Provider  BLS provider  BLS Provider
 Ongoing Training  BLS OTEP  BLS OTEP
 Certification Period  3 years  3 years