24 Hour EMT Refresher/Transition Additional EMS Related CE (CECBEMS: F3)
- *Transition from EMT-B to EMT
- Accredited by CECBEMS
- Accepted by the NREMT Under Section II of the Recertification Brochure
- Access Anytime/Anywhere
- Print Certification Instantly Upon Successful Course Completion
- Cost: $47.50
*(Note to Student: If you are using this course to meet transition requirements for a state other than California, please contact your state EMS Authority for verification. In any case, the course is still good towards NREMT Section II Recertification requirements).
This 24 hour course includes topics identified by the NREMT, necessary to recertify under Section II of the NREMT recertification brochure. Additionally, some states (such as Texas and California) permit the EMT recertification requirement to be completed solely through Continuing Education (CE) hours. This course is approved by the Continuing Education Coordinating Board for Emergency Medical Services (CECBEMS). The class also follows the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) National Standard Curriculum for Emergency Medical Technician Refresher. Students who successfully pass the course, will be presented with a certificate outlining the applicable topic areas. This class also serves as a state of California approved EMT-Basic to EMT transition course. This course cannot be used to verify skills competency. 24.0 Hours of Continuing Education (24.0 CEU) provided upon successful completion. EMS University is accredited by CECBEMS to offer CEU Hours.
(Note to Student: If you are using this course to meet transition requirements for a state other than California, please contact your state EMS Authority for verification. In any case, the course is still good towards NREMT Section II Recertification requirements).
CECBEMS is an organization established to develop and implement policies to standardize the review and approval of EMS continuing education activities. The cosponsoring organizations of CECBEMS are the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians, the American College of Emergency Physicians, the National Association of Emergency Medical Services Physicians, the National Association of State Emergency Medical Services Directors, the National Council of State Emergency Medical Services Training Coordinators, and the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians, the American College of Osteopathic Emergency Physicians, and the National Association of EMS Educators.