School: SoCal ROC
Course ID: 405
Availability: Call 310-224-4200

Accelerate Your Future at SoCal ROC!

Our EMFR course is a great introduction to the medical field and provides an avenue for high school students to earn their EMT certification while still in high school! 

This course offers an overview of what it is like to be first on the scene providing efficient and immediate care to ill and/or injured victims and to assist other emergency medical services providers. The emergency response training includes instruction in CPR, First Aid, an overview of the Emergency Medical Services System, anatomy and physiology, triage and post-emergency care duties, legal and ethical issues, communication skills, and stress management.

Learn Valuable Industry Skills!

1. Introduction to the Emergency Medical Service Operations and the role and responsibility of a First Responder

2. Practices scene safety and the emotional aspects of Emergency Medical Care

3. Topographic anatomy and functions of the body systems

4. Lifting and moving patients

5. Airway care and rescue breathing

6. CPR

7. Patient Assessment 

8. Recognize and treat general and specific medical conditions 

9. Behavioral emergencies-crisis intervention

10. Adapatability to special patients and considerations: elderly, hearing and visually impaired, non-english speaking, developmentally disabled, and disruptive behavior

11. Pediatric emergencies and childbirth

12. Injuries to muscles and bones

13. Bleeding, shock, and soft-tissue injuries 

14. Crisis Intervention

        • Professional Certification Opportunities!
        • Designations offered to students completing our Emergency Medical/First Responder course include
        • -CPR Certification
        • -Eligibility to take our Emergency Medical Technician course
    • Checkout Potential Career Options! 

      ER Tech
      Fire Fighter
      Police Officer
      Respiratory Therapist
      Physicians Assistant

Thank you for your interest in enrolling in the SoCal ROC Emergency Medical /First Responder
program. The following is information about the program:

 Open to high school and adult students
 This course is entry level for students interested in a career in emergency
 Emergency Medical/First Responder is a prerequisite course for the Emergency Medical Technician program for high school students
 CPR skills will be taught as part of the course. However, the purchase of the American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Providers card and handbook is optional and will cost $20.00.

Complete in 1 Semester: M/W or T/Th from 4:15pm-7:00pm 

To access the most recent course schedule please call registration or click the link under Course Information. Please be advised schedule is subject to change.

Benefits of CTE

After completing courses in CTE,  you will have a clearer vision of your future career path and what the next steps will be. Career Technical Education allows high school students to see what options are out there and see first-hand what careers they enjoy and thrive in. Whether you decide to enter the workforce, pursue a trade or apprenticeship, or apply to college, CTE adds to the traditional high school experience and is designed to prepare you for the next stage in your life.

Earn High School Credit!

You can earn 5 elective credits and satisfy CSU/UC Admissions Requirements » G - College Preparatory Elective (upon completion of this course and our EMT course)

Ready To Enroll?!

Call our Career Guidance Specialist or register through your home school counseling offices and receive priority through pre-registration for classes that meet from 1:15 - 4:15 and 4:15 - 7:00 p.m.

In person

Address: 2300 Crenshaw Blvd., Torrance, CA 90501 U.S.

Phone: 310-224-4200