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All EMRs/First Responders due to recertify by September 30, 2014 'Click Here' *

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Training Officers Register Your Agency (the employer) on the NREMT website!

Online Recertification allows:
  • certified EMS providers to document their continuing education using the NREMT website
  • you to monitor the progress of their continuing education
  • you to enter continuing education documentation for all providers at your agency
  • electronic verification of continuing education and skills
Persons authorized to serve as a Training Officer by their employer (Agency) should register their Agency on the NREMT website by following these simple instructions. How to Register your Agency

User guides for the Online Recertification process can be found here Online Recertification Publications

Please note:

Audits and verifications of Agencies and Training Officers will be performed.

There is no fee to register your agency online, this program is a service provided by the NREMT.

There are no additional fees to Nationally Certified providers who use the online system to document their continuing education. Current recertification application fees using continuing education are: First Responder = $10; EMT-Basic/Intermediate = $15; EMT-Paramedic = $20

National Registry of EMTs' (NREMT) Implementation of 2010 AHA Guidelines for CPR and Emergency Cardiovascular Care



National EMS Certification exams will reflect the 2010 AHA Guidelines for CPR and Emergency Cardiovascular Care on the dates below - these dates allow ample time for implementation plans, instructor updates, and anticipated publication of all related AHA educational support materials.


November 1, 2011 EMT-Paramedic
January 1, 2012


Emergency Medical Responder (EMR)
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT)
Intermediate/99 (I/99)

March 1, 2012
Intermediate/85 (I/85)

Click here for a complete essay regarding the 2010 AHA Guidelines.


National EMS Certification exams based on National Scope of Practice EMS Provider Levels Begin:

Advanced EMT June 1, 2011
Emergency Medical Responder January 1, 2012
Emergency Medical Technician January 1, 2012
Paramedic January 1, 2013

National EMS Certification exams based on National Standard Curriculum End:


First Responder December 31, 2011
EMT-Basic December 31, 2011
EMT-Intermediate/85 March 31, 2013
EMT-Intermediate/99 December 31, 2013*
EMT-Paramedic December 31, 2012

*NREMT will offer access to exam to States for purposes of state licensure after 12/31/13


NREMT Executive Director William E. Brown, Jr. Receives NAEMSE Lifetime Achievement Award

September 20, 2010

Columbus, OH- The National Association of EMS Educators (NAEMSE) honored National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) Executive Director William E. Brown, Jr., RN, MS, NREMT-P, with the Lifetime Achievement Award during the 2010 NAEMSE Educational Symposium & Trade Show in Schaumberg, IL, which was held September 7-12, 2010.

Complete Press Release with Photo

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