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State Requirements

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Discover high-quality, online continuing education courses specifically designed for Emergency Medical Service professions at ImpactEMS. 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 requirements.

Please see below for information on state requirements associated with your provider level.

EMR

The EMR National Continued Competency Program (NCCP) requires a total of 16 hours of continuing education to recertify. The model requires continuing education in three components: (1) a national component, (2) a local/state component, and (3) an individual component.

Nationally Registered EMRs (NREMR) are required to renew their certification every two years.

NREMT Requirements

  • The National Component requires EMRs to complete 8 hours of approved continuing education.
    • 3 Hours of Medical
    • 2.5 Hours of Cardiovascular
    • 1 Hour of Airway/Respiration/Ventilation
    • 1 Hour of Operations
    • 0.5 Hours of Trauma
  • The State Component requires 4 hours that are flexible but must be directly related to EMS patient care.
    • This component is intended to include any required agency and/or state EMS office specific education. If this does not apply to you, the 10 hours match the individual component requirements.
  • The Individual Component requires 4 hours that are flexible but must be directly related to EMS patient care.

Suggested Course

  • 16 Hour NCCP EMR Recertification Package

NREMT & State of Vermont EMR Continuing Education Resources

NREMT

The National Registry is accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA), the accreditation body of the Institute for Credentialing Excellence. The National Registry maintains NCCA accreditation for each of our four certification programs: (1) Emergency Medical Responder (2) Emergency Medical Technician (3) Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (4) Paramedic. The National Registry, established in 1970 as a non-profit organization, is the Nation’s Emergency Medical Services Certification organization. The mission of the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians has always been centered on protecting the public and advancing the EMS profession.

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The National Registry is accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA), the accreditation body of the Institute for Credentialing Excellence. The National Registry maintains NCCA accreditation for each of our four certification programs: (1) Emergency Medical Responder (NREMR)
(2) Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT)
(3) Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (NRAEMT)
(4) Paramedic (NRP). The National Registry, established in 1970 as a non-profit organization, is the Nation’s Emergency Medical Services Certification organization. The mission of the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians has always been centered on protecting the public and advancing the EMS profession.

CAPCE was established in 1992 to create consistent standards for accrediting EMS CE activities nationwide. It maintains a database of accredited courses and conducts face-to-face site visits and online content audits. As a leader in continuing education for EMS, CAPCE promotes growth, innovative learning solutions, and optimal learning experiences for EMS providers. CAPCE accredits CE for EMS professionals globally, while NREMT administers certification exams for EMS professionals at different levels.

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CAPCE was established in 1992 to create consistent standards for accrediting EMS CE activities nationwide. It maintains a database of accredited courses and conducts face-to-face site visits and online content audits. As a leader in continuing education for EMS, CAPCE promotes growth, innovative learning solutions, and optimal learning experiences for EMS providers. CAPCE accredits CE for EMS professionals globally, while NREMT administers certification exams for EMS professionals at different levels.

EMT

The EMT National Continued Competency Program (NCCP) requires a total of 40 hours of continuing education to recertify. The model requires continuing education in three components: (1) a national component, (2) a local/state component, and (3) an individual component.

Nationally Registered EMTs (NREMT) are required to renew their certification every two years.

NREMT Requirements

  • The National Component requires EMTs to complete 20 hours of approved continuing education.
    • 6 Hours of Medical
    • 6 Hours of Cardiovascular
    • 5 Hours of Operations
    • 1.5 Hours of Airway/Respiration/Ventilation
    • 1.5 Hours of Trauma
  • The State Component requires 10 hours that are flexible but must be directly related to EMS patient care.
    • This component is intended to include any required agency and/or state EMS office specific education. If this does not apply to you, the 10 hours match the individual component requirements.
  • The Individual Component requires 10 hours that are flexible but must be directly related to EMS patient care.

Suggested Course

  • 40 Hour NCCP EMT Recertification Package

NREMT & State of Vermont EMT Continuing Education Resources

NREMT

The National Registry is accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA), the accreditation body of the Institute for Credentialing Excellence. The National Registry maintains NCCA accreditation for each of our four certification programs: (1) Emergency Medical Responder (2) Emergency Medical Technician (3) Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (4) Paramedic. The National Registry, established in 1970 as a non-profit organization, is the Nation’s Emergency Medical Services Certification organization. The mission of the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians has always been centered on protecting the public and advancing the EMS profession.

View Description

The National Registry is accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA), the accreditation body of the Institute for Credentialing Excellence. The National Registry maintains NCCA accreditation for each of our four certification programs: (1) Emergency Medical Responder (NREMR)
(2) Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT)
(3) Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (NRAEMT)
(4) Paramedic (NRP). The National Registry, established in 1970 as a non-profit organization, is the Nation’s Emergency Medical Services Certification organization. The mission of the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians has always been centered on protecting the public and advancing the EMS profession.

CAPCE was established in 1992 to create consistent standards for accrediting EMS CE activities nationwide. It maintains a database of accredited courses and conducts face-to-face site visits and online content audits. As a leader in continuing education for EMS, CAPCE promotes growth, innovative learning solutions, and optimal learning experiences for EMS providers. CAPCE accredits CE for EMS professionals globally, while NREMT administers certification exams for EMS professionals at different levels.

View Description

CAPCE was established in 1992 to create consistent standards for accrediting EMS CE activities nationwide. It maintains a database of accredited courses and conducts face-to-face site visits and online content audits. As a leader in continuing education for EMS, CAPCE promotes growth, innovative learning solutions, and optimal learning experiences for EMS providers. CAPCE accredits CE for EMS professionals globally, while NREMT administers certification exams for EMS professionals at different levels.

AEMT

The Advanced-EMT National Continued Competency Program (NCCP) requires a total of 50 hours of continuing education to recertify. The model requires continuing education in three components: (1) a national component, (2) a local/state component, and (3) an individual component.

Nationally Registered Advanced-EMTs (NRAEMT) are required to renew their certification every two years.

NREMT Requirements

  • The National Component requires AEMTs to complete 25 hours of approved continuing education.
    • 7.5 Hours of Medical
    • 7 Hours of Cardiovascular
    • 5 Hours of Operations
    • 3 Hours of Trauma
    • 2.5 Hours of Airway/Respiration/Ventilation
  • The State Component requires 12.5 hours that are flexible but must be directly related to EMS patient care.
    • This component is intended to include any required agency and/or state EMS office specific education. If this does not apply to you, the 12.5 hours match the individual component requirements.
  • The Individual Component requires 12.5 hours that are flexible but must be directly related to EMS patient care.

Suggested Course

  • 50 Hour NCCP AEMT Recertification Package

NREMT & State of Vermont AEMT Continuing Education Resources

NREMT

The National Registry is accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA), the accreditation body of the Institute for Credentialing Excellence. The National Registry maintains NCCA accreditation for each of our four certification programs: (1) Emergency Medical Responder (2) Emergency Medical Technician (3) Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (4) Paramedic. The National Registry, established in 1970 as a non-profit organization, is the Nation’s Emergency Medical Services Certification organization. The mission of the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians has always been centered on protecting the public and advancing the EMS profession.

View Description

The National Registry is accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA), the accreditation body of the Institute for Credentialing Excellence. The National Registry maintains NCCA accreditation for each of our four certification programs: (1) Emergency Medical Responder (NREMR)
(2) Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT)
(3) Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (NRAEMT)
(4) Paramedic (NRP). The National Registry, established in 1970 as a non-profit organization, is the Nation’s Emergency Medical Services Certification organization. The mission of the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians has always been centered on protecting the public and advancing the EMS profession.

CAPCE was established in 1992 to create consistent standards for accrediting EMS CE activities nationwide. It maintains a database of accredited courses and conducts face-to-face site visits and online content audits. As a leader in continuing education for EMS, CAPCE promotes growth, innovative learning solutions, and optimal learning experiences for EMS providers. CAPCE accredits CE for EMS professionals globally, while NREMT administers certification exams for EMS professionals at different levels.

View Description

CAPCE was established in 1992 to create consistent standards for accrediting EMS CE activities nationwide. It maintains a database of accredited courses and conducts face-to-face site visits and online content audits. As a leader in continuing education for EMS, CAPCE promotes growth, innovative learning solutions, and optimal learning experiences for EMS providers. CAPCE accredits CE for EMS professionals globally, while NREMT administers certification exams for EMS professionals at different levels.

Paramedic

The Paramedic National Continued Competency Program (NCCP) requires a total of 60 hours of continuing education to recertify. The model requires continuing education in three components: (1) a national component, (2) a local/state component, and (3) an individual component.

Nationally Registered Paramedics (NRP) are required to renew their certification every two years.

NREMT Requirements

  • The National Component requires Paramedics to complete 30 hours of approved continuing education.
    • 8.5 Hours of Medical
    • 8.5 Hours of Cardiovascular
    • 6.5 Hours of Operations
    • 3.5 Hours of Airway/Respiration/Ventilation
    • 3 Hours of Trauma
  • The State Component requires 15 hours that are flexible but must be directly related to EMS patient care.
    • This component is intended to include any required agency and/or state EMS office specific education. If this does not apply to you, the 15 hours match the individual component requirements.
  • The Individual Component requires 15 hours that are flexible but must be directly related to EMS patient care.
  • 30 Hour refresher course that includes 2 hours in pediatric emergencies

Suggested Course

  • 60 Hour NCCP Paramedic Recertification Package

NREMT & State of Vermont Paramedic Continuing Education Resources

NREMT

The National Registry is accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA), the accreditation body of the Institute for Credentialing Excellence. The National Registry maintains NCCA accreditation for each of our four certification programs: (1) Emergency Medical Responder (2) Emergency Medical Technician (3) Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (4) Paramedic. The National Registry, established in 1970 as a non-profit organization, is the Nation’s Emergency Medical Services Certification organization. The mission of the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians has always been centered on protecting the public and advancing the EMS profession.

View Description

The National Registry is accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA), the accreditation body of the Institute for Credentialing Excellence. The National Registry maintains NCCA accreditation for each of our four certification programs: (1) Emergency Medical Responder (NREMR)
(2) Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT)
(3) Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (NRAEMT)
(4) Paramedic (NRP). The National Registry, established in 1970 as a non-profit organization, is the Nation’s Emergency Medical Services Certification organization. The mission of the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians has always been centered on protecting the public and advancing the EMS profession.

CAPCE was established in 1992 to create consistent standards for accrediting EMS CE activities nationwide. It maintains a database of accredited courses and conducts face-to-face site visits and online content audits. As a leader in continuing education for EMS, CAPCE promotes growth, innovative learning solutions, and optimal learning experiences for EMS providers. CAPCE accredits CE for EMS professionals globally, while NREMT administers certification exams for EMS professionals at different levels.

View Description

CAPCE was established in 1992 to create consistent standards for accrediting EMS CE activities nationwide. It maintains a database of accredited courses and conducts face-to-face site visits and online content audits. As a leader in continuing education for EMS, CAPCE promotes growth, innovative learning solutions, and optimal learning experiences for EMS providers. CAPCE accredits CE for EMS professionals globally, while NREMT administers certification exams for EMS professionals at different levels.

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