Vermont

Vermont EMS Office Contact Info

Vermont Office of EMS

108 Cherry Street
Burlington, VT 05402
(802) 863-7310
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Vermont EMS Exams Information

Vermont EMR Exams

All EMR candidates must register before taking their exam. At the EMR level, students fill out a paper application to sign up for a test site. The applications are typically provided by the instructor near the end of the course. EMR students who need to retest a failed skill station will receive a retest registration form in the mail with their results.

For more information on the EMS practical exam and the National Registry go here and here.

Vermont EMT Exams

All EMT candidates must register before taking their exam. At the EMT level, students fill out a paper application to sign up for a test site. The applications are typically provided by the instructor near the end of the course. EMT students who need to retest a failed skill station will receive a retest registration form in the mail with their results.

For more information on the EMS practical exam and the National Registry go here and here.

Vermont AEMT Exams

All AEMT level students, their instructors register for the practical exam. Students are able to sign up to retest if they fail the AEMT skills stations by contacting the EMS office. Registration for the AEMT exam site requires a PATT (Practical Authorization to Test) number, which is assigned once setting up your account with the National Registry.

For more information on the EMS practical exam and the National Registry go here and here.

Vermont Paramedic Exams

All Paramedic level students have their instructors register for the practical exam. Students are able to sign up to retest if they fail the Paramedic skills stations by contacting the EMS office. Registration for the Paramedic exam site requires a PATT (Practical Authorization to Test) number, which is assigned once setting up your account with the National Registry.

For more information on the EMS practical exam and the National Registry go here and here.

 

Requirements for Vermont EMS Certification

EMR - Emergency Medical Responder

To become an EMR in the state of Vermont, you must successfully complete an approved EMS program, be at least 18 years old, and pass all exams.

For more information on becoming an EMR in Vermont go here.

EMT - Emergency Medical Technician

To become an EMT in the state of Vermont, you must successfully complete an approved EMS program, be at least 18 years old, and pass all exams.

For more information on becoming an EMT in Vermont go here.

AEMT - Advanced Emergency Medical Technician

To become an AEMT in the state of Vermont, you must successfully complete an approved EMS program, show proof of current EMT license, be at least 18 years old, and pass all exams.

For more information on becoming an AEMT in Vermont go here.

EMT-P - Paramedic

To become a Paramedic in the state of Vermont, you must successfully complete an approved EMS program, show proof of current EMT or AEMT license, be at least 18 years old, and pass all exams.

For more information on becoming a Paramedic in Vermont go here.

 

Vermont EMS Programs

Type Program Address City Phone # Website
EMT, Paramedic Vermont Technical College 210 S street 4th floor Bennington 802-442-8811 website

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