At the end of the course we’ll provide an hourly breakdown of the components you’ve passed so you can submit them to the National Registry for approval, along with the rest of your continuing education requirements. See NREMT.org for full details.

General Information

Course Length

24 hours / 3 days

Prerequisites

  • Current EMT certification
  • Professional level CPR certification - this may be available at the RTP for an additional cost. Check details during enrollment.

Certifications Received

24 hours CEUs: 20 NCCR hours + 4 LCCR hours  

Continuing Education

The RTP  conforms to 2016 NCCP standards, providing 20 NCCR hours and 4 LCCR hours. Review the recertification criteria for both the NREMT and NCOEMS on their websites. Prior review of your former course textbook and notes is highly recommended. There is no additional text for this course – Landmark has published an EMT manual that is included within your course tuition that you will receive on the first day of class.

The course will start with a 100-question multiple-choice exam. If a score of 80% is not attained there will be an opportunity to retest at course end. A score of 80% is the required standard. Teaching methods include an emphasis on didactic lectures and hands-on, experiential workshops and scenarios.

Course Outline

TBA - A course outline reflecting the RTP updates to 2016 NCCP model will be posted soon.

Packing List

  • Notebook and pen for scenarios
  • Camp chair for lectures outside
  • Clothes appropriate for the weather: sunhat, warm hat, gloves, etc.
  • Closed-toed shoes
  • Full rain gear (tops and bottoms) - we will be outside even in bad weather
  • Water bottle and snacks to keep energy up
  • Be sure to dress in layers and bring your full raingear (jacket and pants), as scenarios and practical stations run inside and outside regardless of the weather.

Course Expectations

The RTP  conforms to 2016 NCCP standards, providing 20 NCCR hours and 4 LCCR hours. Review the recertification criteria for both the NREMT and NCOEMS on their websites. Prior review of your former course textbook and notes is highly recommended. There is no additional text for this course – Landmark has published an EMT manual that is included within your course tuition that you will receive on the first day of class.

The course will start with a 100-question multiple-choice exam. If a score of 80% is not attained there will be an opportunity to retest at course end. A score of 80% is the required standard. Teaching methods include an emphasis on didactic lectures and hands-on, experiential workshops and scenarios.

Additional Details

NCOEMS Recredentialing Process for Non-Affiliated EMTs Utilizing Landmark Learning as the Training Office  
  1. Complete the mandatory topic hours (80, see topic hour breakdown) within the 4-year credential period. MAINTAIN COPIES OF YOUR TRAINING CERTIFICATES. Complete a Refresher Training Program (RTP). Complete JEMS or CAPCE training units, or other on-line training resources to meet the required 80 hours in the required topics. Costs can vary. NOLS and EMT Instructors can count a certain number of teaching hours each year to at least partially meet these topic requirements. CAPCE hours shall be requested at course end on the student roster.
  2. Maintain your professional level CPR certification. This certification does not count toward any mandatory topic hours. It is considered an essential and independent piece of your EMT credential. An ASHI BLS course is available as an optional module during the RTP.
  3. Send to the Landmark Learning office, 1 MONTH BEFORE YOUR EXPIRATION, copies of all your continuing education certificates, a copy of your CPR card, and the NC EMT Worksheet provided to you at our RTP (we will not fill this form out for you we cannot turn your credential in unless this sheet is complete). Include your $40 processing fee when you submit it.
  4. Landmark Learning will manage approval of your recredential if the previous steps are followed. You can expect to receive your new certificate in the mail directly from NCOEMS.
  5. Immediately begin to obtain mandatory topic hours in your new credential period.
More information available at your course.