Nevada Department of Health and Human Services Division of Public and Behavioral Health (DPBH) provides oversight for EMS recertifications. We’ve outlined the recertification process for Nevada, provided some helpful links, and answered frequently asked questions.
Information on this page was accurate at time of publishing (May 2022) and is regularly reviewed and updated. Always confirm the rules, regulations, and processes with your local EMS authorities. If you notice any inaccurate or out-of-date information, please let us know so we can make corrections.
NEVADA EMS RECERTIFICATION GUIDE
Does Nevada follow the NREMT’S NCCP Model?
No, Nevada does not follow the NREMT NCCP Model. Nevada requires EMS providers to follow specific state criteria which can be found here for EMR, EMT, AEMT and Paramedics. While not required, those looking to recertify their NREMT can find information through the following: EMR | EMT | AEMT | Paramedic.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Should I renew my NREMT even though Nevada does not require it?
Many EMS providers may choose to renew their NREMT even though their state may not require it for several reasons. One of the most common reasons would be if an EMS provider was planning on moving out of state and looking to seek EMT certification in a different state.
Where can I go for a list of approved CE providers?
A list of internet sites approved for CEUs can be found here. For a list of State approved CE providers, follow up with your agency for guidance.
Does Code One provide any Continuing Education (CE)?
Code One has partnered with PRO EMS Center for Medics to deliver Prodigy – a world class virtual training platform for all levels of EMS providers. Prodigy classes are designed to educate and engage, not simply to check the box. Instead of using a stale PowerPoint presentation, we engage our users by implementing a multi-camera format that focuses on the presenter, who is always an experienced EMS educator. In addition, we supplement this with materials designed to enhance learning.
Our EMS continuing education courses are approved for NREMT Recertification through Commission on Accreditation for Prehospital Continuing Education (CAPCE) for use in NREMT Recertification and for State Recertification: Approved by Most States for EMT Recertification. More information regarding our CE courses can be found here.
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