The CME/Refresher class is instructor-led, personalized EMS education offered at our Salt Lake City campus. EMT Utah offers this class for students who need to complete up to 16 hours of non-distributive education* to complete recertification, or for those in need of hours towards a state-approved Refresher Course. If you are unsure of your license status or hours required, please contact the Bureau of EMS (BEMS) at 801-273-6666.
These classes are open to both EMTs and AEMTs. EMT Utah’s knowledgeable and experienced instructors can assist you in fulfilling your NCCP targeted hours to complete the national components. If you do not need the full 16 hours, you may attend the class for as much or as little time as you need.
Refresher Course: Additional $50
A Refresher Course may be required when an EMT license has become lapsed, or when an EMT student has failed the NREMT cognitive exam after three attempts. To complete the 24-hour Refresher requirement, students can take the in-person class for 16 hours and add an online component for the remaining hours. The online component is custom-built, 12-hour Online Course created by EMT Utah. The course contains up to 12 hours of material provided by Jones & Bartlett Learning. The material is based on current EMS news and education, so it will be new information, not from a textbook. If you are looking for a Refresher course, this package will suit your needs. Simply add the Online 12 Hour CME/Refresher Course ($50) to your cart upon checkout.
NOTE: The online material is still being built as of April 9th, 2019. Access to the course will be distributed via email by the end of April/beginning of May, 2019.
*Distributive Education is a method of delivering EMS education where the education and student are not able to interact in real time. Examples include online courses, journal article review, and videos.