This course meets the requirements for continuing education to renew your NREMR/State of CT CT EMT certification
The summary of this continuing education option is as follows:
Online: 12 hours distributed upon registration
Saturday: 7 hours of required topics
Here is a breakdown of the online and In Class topics and hours:
|24 Hours Distributive (Online) Content||Hours|
|Airway Management Basic||1|
|Respiratory Emergencies Basic||1|
|Stroke Assessment & Treatment||1|
|Behavioral Emergencies Basic||1|
|Common Infectious Pathogens||1|
|Obstetrical Emergencies Basic||1|
|Allergies and Anaphylaxis Basic||1|
|Child Abuse: EMS Roles & Responsibilities||1|
|Health & Wellness||1|
|Medical, Ethical, and Legal Issues||1|
|Managing Multiple Casualty Incidents||1|
|In Class Courses||Hours|
|Pediatric Cardiac Arrest||1|
|Bleeding and Shock||1|
|Toxicological Emergencies – Opioids||1|
|Neurological Emergencies – Seizures||1|
|Endocrine Emergencies – diabetes||1|
|Total In Class||7|
Upon completion of the distributive portion and the classroom portion, a course completion certificate will be issued that will meet the NREMR requirements for renewal of your EMR certification. This will enable you to renew your NREMR and/or your State of CT certificate.
Students that miss any portion of the classroom part of our renewal will not receive credit for that portion of the course and may not meet the NR requirements for renewal. Their completion certificate will reflect any topics not completed by process of omission.
It is up to the individual to know what is needed to renew their certificate and fulfill those requirements in some way.
The 12 hours of online courses are issued by a third party vendor.
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