NREMT & STATE REGULATIONS
NREMT RECERTIFICATION ONLINE TRAINING
NREMT Recertification and Refresher Online Training and State Regulations
HSI offers hundreds of courses that meet NREMT recertification and refresher guidelines for emergency medical responders, EMTs, and paramedics. As a CAPCE accredited organization, HSI offers a 100% recertification solution via Virtual Instructor-Led Training. See below for links to the most current and specific requirements for your state or province.
Virtual Instructor-Led Training for NREMT
One of the requirements for NREMT recertification is a live training component. This can be problematic for responders in remote locations, or simply for those who have overbooked schedules and shifts, leaving little time for travel. VILT – Virtual Instructor-Led Training – is a recertification option that’s growing in popularity for its convenience and ease of use.
The HSI CAPCE-accredited VILT solution is for agencies and individuals who need a cost-effective way to meet those didactic requirements. With VILT:
There’s no need to travel. The classroom is anywhere there’s an internet connection.
Busy responders don’t need to manipulate their schedules. The VILT modules are offered over and over again at different times in mostly two-hour modules. Students sign up for the times that suit them best.
VILT presenters are subject matter experts who bring their unique life experiences to the classroom, including experience in international deployments, military, disaster teams, critical care, research, management, and other areas that add authority to their presentations.
Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) Courses
48-Hour Refresher Program – Complete the live components of the National Registry EMT and AEMT recertification entirely online
24-Hour Refresher Program – A traditional 24hr NREMT-B refresher with topics including Preparatory, Airway, OB/Infants/ Children, Patient Assessment, Medical /Behavioral, and Trauma.
ALS – Meets the NREMT’s latest requirement for Paramedics, the National Continued Competency Requirements (NCCR)
BLS – Meets the NREMTs latest requirement for BLS Providers, the National Continued Competency Requirements (NCCR)
Critical Care – 60-hour program covering basic and advanced topics in Critical Care Transport and Retrieval
VILT eliminates scheduling costs, reduces overhead, and establishes a per-provider fixed cost, helping agencies stay under budget.