The National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) developed a new recertification program, the National Continued Competency Program (NCCP). This new model allows EMS professionals to recertify through a consolidated and faster process. There are three categories of continuing education: National, Local, and Individual.
Check to see if you are eligible to use the NCCP model:
In your NREMT profile, what have you listed as your “home state?” The NCCP model depends on this. It is not mandatory for states to enforce the NCCP rectification model, thus in order to check is your state is eligible, please check the list below.
You’re busy, we definitely understand. It’s hard to find time to do anything extra these days! Between working, trying to exercise regularly, spending time with family and friends, enjoying a hobby, and staying on top of laundry, finding any sort of extra time in the day is difficult. Any extra time you do have, we know the last thing you want to do is fill it with studying. Unfortunately, passing the NREMT won’t happen if you don’t squeeze in hours of studying. You can do it!
At EMTprep, we’ve tried to make the studying process as easy as possible for you. We’ve designed the program to fit into your schedule. You set the pace to get the results you...
Every EMS professional has experienced one similar achievement: passing the NREMT. Are you currently studying to take the NREMT? Have you attempted to take the exam and not passed? If so, we’re going to get you on the right track to help you succeed. At EMTprep, we receive numerous questions about the test itself, study tips, and testing tips. We decided to put together a few testing tips for you to help ease the nerves and pass this test… the first time.
Always choose the best answer.
On the NREMT, you may be surprised to find more than one correct answer to questions throughout the entire exam. There may be situations where multiple answer...
Feel like you can’t study enough? No matter how much you study, the hours you put in, and the number of flashcards you reviewed, do you still feel overly anxious for an exam? Test anxiety is something that is many individuals struggle with. It’s okay to feel nervous about an exam, and it’s normal to feel stressed out. Frankly, that’s pretty common among most people.
The NREMT is already difficult and tricky, and the last thing we want you to experience are feelings of anxiety, making the test more stressful than it needs to be. To help overcome your test anxiety, there are a couple of things we want to break down for you.
Understand why you have...