Continuing Education Subscription

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Hot off the Presses! 

EMT Recertification Information:

CT OEMS is Now Accepting all hours online until December 31, 2022.

NREMT has ended All Distributive Education. Only 24 hours can now be Distributive Education. 16 hours is now required to be in-person or live education.

 

First Approach EMS Education is offering several great options to fit any need!  Remember EMTs need to earn 40 hours, and EMRs are required to earn 16 hours, and they can ALL BE EARNED ONLINE until December 31, 2022, for CT EMTs and CT EMRs.

All EMTs due to recertify by December 31, 2022, will have no limits on Distributive Education. The same will apply to EMRs due to recertify on December 31, 2022. This allows all Continuing Education to be accomplished online through any state-accepted or CAPCE-accredited program or education site. Of course, in-person continuing education will also be accepted.

EMT Recertification Requirements

Nationally Registered EMTs are required to renew their certification every two years. The EMT National Continued Competency Program (NCCP) establishes the continuing education standard used for recertification. The NCCP model requires continuing education in three components:

National Component (20 Hours):  National component topics include airway and respiration, cardiovascular, trauma, medical, and EMS operations.

Local / State Component (10 Hours):  These hours are flexible unless your state EMS office or local medical control has specific requirements.

Individual Component (10 Hours):  These are flexible hours that may be achieved through any CAPCE approved educational component.

Continuing education must be approved by the Commission on Accreditation for Prehospital Continuing Education (CAPCE) or by their state EMS office.

This Program Provides All Required Education Hours for EMT Recertification

 

EMR Recertification Requirements

Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Responders (EMRs) are required to renew their certification every two years. The EMR National Continued Competency Program (NCCP) establishes the continuing education standard used for recertification. The NCCP model requires continuing education in three components:

National Component (8 Hours):  National component topics include airway and respiration, cardiovascular, trauma, medical, and EMS operations.

Local / State Component (4 Hours):  These hours are flexible unless your state EMS office or local medical control has specific requirements.

Individual Component (4 Hours):  These are flexible hours that may be achieved through any CAPCE approved educational component.

Continuing education must be approved by the Commission on Accreditation for Prehospital Continuing Education (CAPCE) or by their state EMS office.

This Program Provides All Required Education Hours for EMR Recertification

If you’re running out of time and need to earn your CMEs in 2022

Earn up to 40 online hours of CME credit for EMTs or EMRs.  You will receive an online access code good for unlimited access through 12/31/2022 which will allow you to choose which courses you are interested in as well as completing the required modules. You can also earn as many credits as you would like……… $250.

If you have a little more time and are looking to advance your skills while earning CMEs:

Earn unlimited credits towards your recertification.  Participants will have access to all of our online content and in person learning skills and learning sessions. This includes a combination of interactive lecture and hands on skills development courses. This option runs through March 31, 2023!

BEST VALUE – Unlimited Online and Live Learning……………$350.