Gaining National Certification
The links directly below are for the Entry Requirements for each of the recognized levels. Hold a current National Registry certification and looking for more information on maintaining your certification or possibly changing certification levels, check the links below for more information.
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For individuals who do not complete all recertification requirements by their expiration date, their certification will lapse. A lapsed certification means that a provider will have to regain certification. Lapsed certification information can be ...
Recertification About Changing Certification Levels
If you hold an EMT, AEMT or Paramedic certification you can request to change levels by dropping to a lower level certification. Any EMT, AEMT or Paramedic that would like to change levels must make the request during their recertification cycle. ...
For EMR providers if all education was completed by September 30 of the year your certification expires, you can submit late recertification application. You have until October 31 to submit a late application with the $50 reinstatement fee and ...
National Continued Competency Program - National Component
The National component of your recertification has required topics that must be completed with accepted EMS-related education. The topics include Airway, Respiration, and Ventilation (ARV), Cardiology, Trauma, Medical, and Operations. Required ...
Level Appropriate EMS Education
You can use continuing education from other certification levels, including but not limited to EMR, EMT, AEMT, and Paramedic. Other levels of certification recognized for continuing include but are not limited to critical care, flight, and community ...