Continued Competency Program (NREMT)
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The National Registry of EMTs Continued Competency Program has replaced the old Massachusetts Refresher Training Program. Under the new standards, Emergency Medical Technicians are required to complete a total of 40 hours of continuing education which is broken down into the following categories:
* National Continued Competency- 20 hours of classroom based lecture / return demonstration based on the National EMS Standards. The continued Competency program requires proficiency in the following hands on skills only:
- Oxygenation of the apneic patient
- Single Rescuer CPR- Adult & Pediatric
- Tourniquet application to a simulated patient
- Demonstration of the Epinephrine Auto Injector (trainer) to a patient experiencing anaphylaxis
- *Time permitting- practice effective patient restraint
- *Demonstration of securing a car seat to the ambulance cot.
For those individuals whose NREMT or MA certifications expire in 2017, the NCCR meets the requirements for the NREMT EMT-B to EMT transition.
Students are then required to complete 10 hours of local continuing education.
Students are required to complete 10 hours of individual continuing education. This can be done online through mediced.com or through reading articles such as case studies in JEMS.
Total Continuing Education Requirement= 40 hours.
Students who are both NREMT and MA certified only need to enter their training information into the NREMT Database.
MA Only EMTs should massemt.org to create a training profile and enter their continuing education credits.
For both NREMT and MA there is a selection for NCCP in the drop down box. This will pre populate the National Education section of their profiles so they do not need to enter each topic individually.National EMS Institute will be hosting the Massachusetts Continued Competency Program for BLS Providers at our Corporate Headquarters located at 90 Main St. in Carver, MA. The program is two days in length from 8am-7pm. NEI is a state accredited training institution, therefore all programs will be held at the designated times, and each hour must be attended to receive credit for the course.
Upon successful completion of the program, students will be provided with a course completion certificate and program outline for the breakdown of each required category. This will allow the student to transfer the course information to their MassEMT.org or NREMT.org Continuing Education Profile.
National EMS Institute is accredited to teach at the BLS level.
|COURSE DATES||TIMES||LOCATION||COURSE TYPE||NAME||CON-ED HOURS||PRICE|
|MARCH 24 & 25||8AM-7PM||WORCESTER||CON-ED||CONTINUED COMPETENCY||20||$245|
National EMS Institute is an Accredited EMT Training Institution by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Department of Public Health, Office of Emergency Medical Service National EMS Institute reserves the right to change course location in order to better serve their students.