EMR Recertification

16 HOUR ONLINE NREMT RECERTIFICATION | $200
  • Live virtual training & on-demand distributive courses
  • Engaging classes led by experienced EMS educators
  • Meets all NREMT continuing education requirements
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.

Approved For

  • NREMT Recertification:  Approved by Commission on Accreditation for Prehospital Continuing Education (CAPCE) for use in NREMT Recertification
  • State Recertification:  Approved by Most States for EMR Recertification

 

Note:  Providers with NREMT certification expiring March 31, 2021 may complete their recertification using all pre-recorded content.

Engaging Courses

Engaging Courses

Over 120 courses to choose from - all approved by CAPCE. Engaging live and distributive content presented by EMS experts from across the United States.

Live Content

Live Content

Multiple live virtual courses are offered daily. Each class is about an hour in length. Live virtual training is completed from the comfort of your home (or ambulance).

Access Anytime

Access Anytime

Pre-recorded distributive training that can be completed whenever is convenient. NREMT limits credit hours obtained through distributive courses - the balance can be completed using live virtual content.

Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Responders (EMRs) are required to renew their certification every two years. The EMR National Continued Competency Program (NCCP) establishes the continuing education standard used for recertification. The NCCP model requires continuing education in three components:

  • National Component (8 Hours):  National component topics include airway and respiration, cardiovascular, trauma, medical, and EMS operations.
  • Local / State Component (4 Hours):  These hours are flexible unless your state EMS office or local medical control has specific requirements.
  • Individual Component (4 Hours):  These are flexible hours that may be achieved through any CAPCE approved educational component.

Continuing education must be approved by the Commission on Accreditation for Prehospital Continuing Education (CAPCE) or by their state EMS office.

This Program Provides All Required Education Hours for EMR Recertification
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