I teach EMS education. Can I use that for my recertification?
can use teaching EMS education can be used towards meeting your recertification
patient care and EMS-related education that is at or above your current certification
level can be used towards the National, Local and Individual
sections. In addition, any patient care and EMS-related
education that is below your current certification level can be used towards
the Local and individual sections. It is important to remember that
duplicate courses are not allowed.
is a useful tip: Documentation of teaching hours should be kept in case
you are selected for an audit.
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 ...
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 ...
How do I enter continuing education to my transcript?
Here you will find useful information on how to add education to your transcript: Once a course is added to your transcript, it can be used towards your recertification. Additionally, you can add courses that you do not intend to use as a means of ...
Can I use college courses for continuing education?
Applying certain college courses for continuing education can be possible. If applicable, some college courses are accepted towards meeting your renewal requirements. These possibilities include, but are not limited to, anatomy, biology, ...