Want to help staff Boulder Volunteer Ambulance? There’s still time to register for an upcoming class to learn the needed skills at a discounted price.

The basic emergency medical technician course runs from Feb. 18 to May 3 and will be taught by ambulance volunteers Michele St. George, Molly Carey and Amanda Brown. The cost is $100 for the course — comparable courses usually cost more than $700 — and $45 to rent the required textbook on Amazon.com.

The course is divided into 26 sessions, including the final written test.

To learn more about the course or to register, call St. George at 406-465-0836, Carey at 406-949-1311 or Brown at 802-299-8479.

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