National Continued Competency Program - National Component

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 hours: 

Total National Hours

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