News and Events

July 12, 2018

Meade County Open House, Class Schedules Announced

Architectural rendering of new ECTC Meade County siteElizabethtown Community and Technical College has announced the fall semester class offerings at its new site at the Meade County College and Career Center in Brandenburg.
June 22, 2018

New Paramedic Program Offered at ECTC

ECTC Offering Paramedic Program and EMT Certification First responders stand ready to risk their lives for others every day. For those who have what it takes, Elizabethtown Community and Technical College offers the Emergency Medical Services - Paramedic Technology Associate Degree Program and Certificate, through Owensboro Community and Technical College (OCTC). OCTC offers instruction in Elizabethtown, and degrees and certificates are conferred through OCTC. To be eligible for the Paramedic program, a student must be a certified EMT-B (Emergency Medical Technician - Basic). The EMT-B certification training is offered through ECTC's fire/rescue program and is eligible for the Work Ready Scholarship, which could pay full tuition for the course. The Paramedic Program teaches students to provide life-saving care to patients who are acutely ill or injured. Paramedics may work for ambulance services, mobile advanced life support units, or fire departments providing emergency care en route to hospitals. Graduates can earn an associate degree or certificate and are eligible to take the Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic (EMT-P) National Registry Examination. The program meets the standards established by the U.S. Department of Transportation National Standard Training, and KCTCS - Kentucky Board of Emergency Medical Services (KBEMS). Paramedics are in high demand, and job opportunities increase for those with additional education and certification. The degree can be completed in two years for students who attend classes full-time. This course will be blended-learning allowing the education tract to be "worker friendly". There will be lab sessions, clinical sessions and lecture sessions throughout the course. For more information on the EMT-B course, contact Rusty Todd at russelle.todd@kctcs.edu or 270-706-8861. For more information on the Paramedic program, contact Joe Dennison at Joe.dennison@kctcs.edu or 270-499-8269. To enroll into the Paramedic program, contact Kay Whittington at kay.whittington@kctcs.edu or 270-686-4490.
June 5, 2018

Megan Stith appointed as ECTC Dean of IA

Megan Smith, Dean of IAElizabethtown Community and Technical College President Dr. Juston Pate is pleased to announce the appointment of Megan Stith as the college's new Dean of Institutional Advancement. Stith, who is currently serving as President/CEO of United Way of Central Kentucky, will begin her work at ECTC on July 1, 2018.
May 22, 2018

New Programs Introduced at ECTC in 2017-2018

Over the past year the college has started a grant-funded first-year experience program to help students master essential skills for college success. In addition, ECTC now offers eight new programs, as well as additional classes for providing more elective options for students in the transfer programs.