Is CE Solutions accepted by the NREMT?
Absolutely! CE Solutions is an NREMT accepted CE provider and has been since 1998. The NREMT accepts continuing education that is State or CAPCE approved. CE Solutions is State approved and accredited by multiple State EMS Divisions including:
- Texas Department of State Health Services CE Provider #101129
- The California Emergency Medical Services Authority CE Provider #94-4601.
- Texas Commission on Fire Protection
Can I receive all of my NREMT CE hours from CE Solutions?
Yes, However you MUST select our NREMT NCCP NREMT Program, which combines F5 Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT) and F3 Distributive Education that meets NCCP hours requirements for both the National and State/Local Components for the NREMT. Online VILT (F5) hours are counted the same as In-Person hours towards these requirements. Because the VILT portion is completed using “real-time” instructor-to-student interaction, there is no need to physically attend class in order to recertify.
Selecting the Self-Paced On-Demand Continuing Education Program (F3 Distributive Education), you are limited in the amount of CE hours the NREMT accepts.
Which program do I need to purchase for NREMT recertification?
You MUST select our NREMT NCCP Program, which combines F5 Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT) and F3 Distributive Education that meets NCCP hours requirements for both the National and State/Local Components for the NREMT. Online VILT (F5) hours are counted the same as In-Person hours towards these requirements.
Selecting the Self-Paced On-Demand Continuing Education Program (F3 Distributive Education), will NOT satisfy all of the continuing education recertification for the NREMT.
What does the NREMT accept as valid continuing education?
The NREMT accepts continuing education that has received official approval through a State EMS office. Continuing education topics may include subject matter contained within the National Scope of Practice as well as other subject matter specifically related to the emergency medical care of patients. Continuing education may be obtained through a variety of delivery methods including didactic sessions, practical drills, workshops, EMS conferences, and distributive education.
Do the CEUs need to be CAPCE or CECBEMS approved?
No, The NREMT accepts official state approved continuing education. CE Solutions is approved by multiple state EMS offices.
What category (F1, F2, F3 or F5) does CE Solutions courses fall under for the NREMT?
CE Solutions offers F3 Distributive and F5 Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT).
F1: One time live event, such as a Conference.
F2: Live event taught multiple times, such as in-person instruction (ACLS, or a CE class).
F3: Distributed education, a method of instruction that relies primarily on indirect communication between students and teachers, including internet or other electronic-based delivery, teleconferencing, or correspondence.
F5: (VILT) Virtual Instructor Led Training.
Can I use the same CEUs for National Registry and for my state re-certification?
Yes, you may report the same CEUs you receive to multiple agencies like a state EMS and the NREMT.
How many CEUs can I take per day?
You are allowed to earn up to 12 CEUs per 24-hour period. Most state, local and national licensing entities will accept a maximum of 12 credits hours per day, however some counties in California are only accepting 8 CEUs per day. It is your responsibility to determine how many hours you are actually allowed.
For your protection, our system is designed to prevent you from earning more than the allowed 12 CEUs per day.
Keep in mind that each licensing entity has its own rules and regulations and the CEU limitation will vary from entity to entity.
Where can I get the other information regarding my NREMT re-certification?
Most, if not all of your NREMT recertification questions can be found at the NREMT website.
How do I access the VILT Classroom?