Discover high-quality, online continuing education courses specifically designed for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) professions at Impact EMS Training. All of our courses meet the rigorous standards set by state and national agencies to ensure that you’re equipped with the latest knowledge to excel in your career. While we’re committed to providing the most accurate information, we always encourage you to double-check with your state board to ensure you meet all necessary recertification requirements.
Please see below for information on provider level requirements.
Impact EMS is accredited by The Commission on Accreditation for Pre-Hospital Continuing Education (CAPCE).
Education requirements on this page are based on the most current information available. Continuing education requirements are subject to change and may vary from state to state; therefore, licensees are ultimately responsible for being up-to-date with the continuing education requirements in each state in which they are licensed.
Continuing education courses offered by Impact EMS provide CEUs for providers located in most states. These online courses aim to enhance the knowledge base of first responders.
Impact EMS is an approved provider of continuing education courses for certified nurses. Our online courses are approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) and offer CEUs for nurses in most states. The primary objective of these online courses is to educate and empower nurses to improve their practice and obtain advanced level certifications through the BCEN.
By enrolling in Impact EMS courses, nurses can enjoy a wide range of benefits and opportunities for growth.
The California Board of Registered Nursing (CABRN) is a state governmental agency established by law to protect the public by regulating the practice of registered nurses. The BRN is responsible for implementation and enforcement of the Nursing Practice Act: the laws related to nursing education, licensure, practice, and discipline. The Nursing Practice Act created a nine-member Board which serves as the CABRN decision-making body.