Do college classes count for Nremt?

No other college or university credit may be applied to the National Component. College courses applied to the local component must be directly related to EMS clinical patient care.

How many times can you take the National Registry EMT test?

Simply put… you study more and retest! The NREMT allows three attempts to pass your exam before you have to take a refresher course. After an unsuccessful attempt, you will receive an email containing feedback on your failing score.

How long does it take for NREMT to approve recertification?

Allow 8 weeks for your application to be processed. Monitor your account at to see your status. Your expiration date will change once you have successfully recertified. All documentation must be postmarked to the National Registry office by March 31.

Is the EMT National Registry test hard?

The National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians exam is a challenging test of the candidate’s knowledge and skill. It is difficult to pass. However, given the nature of the work that EMS personnel perform, a difficult test is necessary to ensure quality and well-trained emergency personnel are on the road.

Where to take NREMT refresher course in Texas?

If you a Texas EMT, interested in taking the refresher course, you may sign up here –> NREMT Refresher Course in Texas or Call Us at: (800) 728-0209 to sign up!

Is there 24 hour NREMT refresher in San Diego?

We also offer a 24 Hour, US DOT, NREMT Refresher in San Diego which is approved by the California and San Diego County EMS Authority as EMT Recertification through continuing education hours. This is also a valid EMT-Basic to EMT Refresher course.

Can you take NREMT and NCCP refresher online?

Complete paramedic, AEMT, and EMT refreshers and NCCR courses online. Recertification shouldn’t disrupt your day-to-day, and with Distance CME, it doesn’t have to. Take recert courses on your schedule, with live and CAPCE-accredited training available mornings, afternoons, and evenings.

How to contact a national registry exam coordinator?

Coordinators wishing to contact a National Registry Representative to administer an exam may contact one of the Representatives by using the information below. External email links are provided to you as a courtesy.