2020 EMT Refresher ($250)
June 13, 16, and 21
This 24-hour (basic) EMT Refresher based in Missoula, Montana will meet the requirements for maintaining both a Montana EMT License and NREMT Certification. The NREMT recently adopted the National Continuing Competency Program (NCCP), which requires only 40 hours of Continuing Education (CE) credits every two years. However, Montana still requires EMTs to earn 48 hours of CE credits and a 24 hour EMT Refresher every 2 years to keep their state license current. This refresher will satisfy requirements for both the 24-hour EMT Refresher, and the 20-hour National Component of the NREMT requirements outlined by the NCCP Model. Learn more about the NCCP Model here.
The refresher will take place virtually LIVE over Zoom. Participants will meet on Saturday, June 13 (9 a.m. - 5 p.m.), Tuesday, June 16 (5 p.m. - 10 p.m.), and Sunday, June 21 (8 a.m. - 7 p.m.). The refresher will give participants an opportunity to brush up on skills they have not used recently, as well as build on their EMT knowledge with topics that go above and beyond the typical EMT Course. The entire course may be completed virtually. If you would like a CPR card from the American Heart Association, there will be an additional $10 fee and you will be required to meet in person in Missoula, MT on Sunday, June 14 for skills testing and the written CPR quiz. If you would like to practice any hands-on skills, there will be an opportunity for that on Saturday, June 30 (optional).