KCC offering free Basic EMT training for eligible residents of Albion, Battle Creek and Coldwater areas

EMS students load a manikin patient into an ambulance simulator in the EMS Lab.

Kellogg Community College is seeking applicants for a Basic Emergency Medical Technician Certificate Program starting in January, offered at no cost for Albion, Battle Creek and Coldwater area residents who meet income guidelines. Individuals interested in applying for the program… Continue Reading

KCC offering free Basic EMT training for eligible residents of Branch and Calhoun counties

The KCC EMS Program ambulance, parked outside the Lane-Thomas Building.

A funding package coordinated by Kellogg Community College and state and local partners will allow eligible residents of Branch County and select areas of Eastern Calhoun County to complete KCC’s Basic Emergency Medical Technician Certificate Program for free. Individuals interested… Continue Reading

KCC offering Medical First Responder training in Coldwater starting Jan. 18

Kellogg Community College’s Public Safety Education Department is offering a Medical First Responder course in Coldwater starting in January. The course, designated EMT C200-60, will run from 5:30 to 10 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays Jan. 18 through March 10 at… Continue Reading

KCC offering EMT Basic training in Coldwater starting May 17

The KCC EMS Program ambulance, parked outside the Lane-Thomas Building.

Kellogg Community College this summer is offering all the training required to pursue a Basic Emergency Medical Technician license at the College’s Grahl Center campus in Coldwater. KCC’s Basic EMT Certificate Program is a 12.5-credit training program that this summer… Continue Reading

KCC offering EMT Basic training in Hastings starting Feb. 18

Pictured, from left to right, are KCC Basic EMT Program alumni and current Paramedic Program students Kristen Jaskiw, Abigail Sanger and Josh Turner.

Individuals interested in becoming an Emergency Medical Technician can now complete all training required to earn their Basic EMT license through KCC’s Fehsenfeld Center campus in Hastings. KCC’s Basic EMT Certificate Program is a 22-week, 12-credit training program that prepares… Continue Reading

KCC hosting virtual career fairs with Sparrow Health and Bronson

Illustration showing health care workers on a laptop computer screen as if in a virtual meeting.

Kellogg Community College is hosting a pair of virtual career fairs with local health care systems next week to recruit essential workers in the fields of nursing, medical assistant, certified nursing assistant and emergency medical services. Separate virtual events will… Continue Reading

Application deadline for KCC’s nationally accredited Paramedic Program is Aug. 3

EMS students push a simulated patient on a gurney in the College's EMS sim lab.

The application deadline for students interesting in joining Kellogg Community College’s nationally accredited Paramedic Certificate Program is Monday, Aug. 3. KCC’s Paramedic Program is a certificate program with the option to further pursue an Associate of Applied Science degree in… Continue Reading

KCC Public Safety Education Department raises $3,927 for Special Olympics via Kalamazoo Polar Plunge

A KCC Police Academy cadet jumps into a pool during a polar plunge event in 2017.

Students and employees from Kellogg Community College’s Public Safety Education Department raised $3,927 for Special Olympics Michigan via donations collected as part of the Kalamazoo Polar Plunge this past weekend. More than 25 students and employees from the College’s Police… Continue Reading

KCC Police Academy, EMS students raising funds for Special Olympics via Feb. 22 Polar Plunge

A KCC Police Academy cadet jumps into a pool during a polar plunge event in 2017.

Kellogg Community College Police Academy cadets, Emergency Medical Services students and KCC employees will take their annual plunge into icy winter waters this month for an event to raise funds for Special Olympics Michigan. The charity jump is part of… Continue Reading