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Program that helps students get EMT certification expanding to more Texas high schools

The program helps students earn their EMT certification through hands-on CNA and EMT classroom training and field work with Travis County.

Even more high school students in Central Texas will begin their EMT certification.

It's all thanks to classes like the EMT program KVUE featured in San Marcos in our "Back To School" series.

The program helps students earn their EMT certification through hands-on CNA and EMT classroom training and field work with Travis County.

RELATED: Back to School: San Marcos High School students get hands-on CNA and EMT training

The certified nurse's assistant students learn proper elder car so that when they graduate, they can earn a living as a CNA. Upon graduation, EMT students are ready to begin a career as an emergency medical technician.

The program is now expanding to Pflugerville ISD with 15 students total. In 2020, students at Weiss High School will join the group.

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