Can I use two of the same course to recertify?
Unfortunately, you cannot
use duplicate courses that are attended or taught towards renewing your
certification. To clarify, duplicate courses are defined as any course
that contains the same content as another course and at least one of the following:
or taught at the same agency, education vendor, or program
by the same instructor
the same method of education (classroom, self-paced, virtual
the same course title
What are the requirements to recertify?
It is great that you are showing interest in recertifying. You can recertify, or renew your national certification, using continuing education or recertification by exam (RBE). Below you will find options with useful information to help you. ...
I teach EMS education. Can I use that for my recertification?
You can use teaching EMS education can be used towards meeting your recertification requirements. Any patient care and EMS-related education that is at or above your current certification level can be used towards the National, Local and ...
Can I use higher level EMS education?
Using higher level EMS education can be possible. If you have completed a higher-level EMS course you can use any completed hours of that course towards renewing the lower level. Your coursework must be applicable to EMS and patient care related. ...
What other continuing education can I use for my recertification?
It is great that you are showing interest in furthering your recertification. There are several other continuing education options that providers can use towards recertification hours that include but are not limited to the following: attending EMS ...
Have distributive education limits been waived for recertification?
All EMTs, AEMTs and Paramedics due to recertify on March 31, 2023, and beyond, and EMRs due to recertify on September 30, 2023, and beyond, will have no limits on Distributive Education (or online continuing education). The removal of limits now ...