NREMT National Continued Competency Project Continuing Education Refresher Courses

 

All NCCP courses listed below count hour-for-hour with the NREMT. Each certification level is limited to a certain amount of distributive education which means only so many hours may be completed "at your own pace." Classes with specific meeting dates are required in order to comply with NREMT requirements.

Each class below is also available as a stand alone refresher at any time (no specific dates needed) for those who have let their NREMT certification lapse and need to renew. If that is the case, please only select the National Component for your respective certification.

All classes are completed through our online learning management system (LMS), Moodle. This LMS works great on any Mac or PC as well as all smart phones. Download the app here

How is the course run online?

This is a virtual-instructor-led-training (VILT) form of course. While the training is online, there will be a live instructor there with you on the Zoom conference call. The lectures, tests and other activities are online in our Moodle. You do NOT need to be in a training environment. You can be at home, at work, or anywhere else you want to be. Your instructor is there to assist you through the course and also to facilitate any group discussions, depending on the size of the course.

After purchasing your course, you will receive a user name and password in your email within 48 hours. You may then enter the online classroom.

 

Profits from all classes go directly back to EMS Success for charitable causes.

Individual topics and hours available upon request!!!! Send us an email at emssuccess13@gmail.com

or text to 405-626-5400

   

 

For the remainder of the 2020/2021 Recertification cycle the NREMT has eliminated all distributive education limits - This means that your entire refresher and ALL of your CEUs can be completed 100% online and at your own pace. See the memo from the NREMT here.

 

Visit the NREMT page where the NCCP process is fully explained here.