Recertification doesn’t have to be complicated!
The NREMT and Utah BEMSP utilize the National Continued Competency Program (NCCP) as a guide for CME hours. This requires that EMT providers complete a total of 40 hours of continuing education every two years in order to recertify. Of those 40 required CME hours, 24 hours are allowed to be completed as Distributive Education (DE) where a live instructor is not present (e.g. online courses) and 16 hours must be completed live and include real-time interaction with an instructor.
EMT Utah offers several CME options that will fit your budget and make recertification quick and easy!
For more detailed information about recertification, CME hours, lapsed licenses, etc., check out our EMT Recertification Guide by clicking the box below:
If you are still unsure of what you need to complete for your specific license after reading our EMT Recertification Guide, please contact the Utah Bureau of Emergency Medical Services and Preparedness at (801) 273-6666.
If you’re ready to get started, select a package from the options below:
EMT CME Package
Complete all 40 required CME hours in one package deal.
Online CME Courses
Fulfill 12 or 24 hours of Distributive Education (DE) by selecting one of our online-only refresher courses.