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Alabama State Information for EMT & Fire Training Online Courses

 


EMT Training Courses in AL

Alabama State Accepted
CAPCE Approved
NREMT Accepted
EMT Certification Course Yes, with extra* Idaho State Approved Yes
AEMT Certification Course Yes, with extra* Idaho State Approved Yes
24 Hour EMT Refresher Course for recertification** and retesting Yes, with National Registry Certification Yes Yes
36 Hour AEMT Refresher Course for recertification** and retesting Yes, with National Registry Certification Yes Yes
48 Hour Paramedic Refresher Course for recertification** and retesting Yes, with National Registry Certification Yes Yes
EMT Basic to EMT Transition Course Required for NREMT Certification No--State Approved

Yes

 

I-85 to AEMT Transition Course Required for NRAEMT Certification No--State Approved Yes
F3 Continuing Education Courses 24 Required for NREMT Re-Certification Yes Yes
F5 Continuing Education Courses 24 Required for NREMT Re-Certification Yes Yes
ACLS 8 Hours Yes Yes

*You must be affiliated with a licensed Emergency Medical Provider Service and trained by the provider service’s Continuing Education Coordinator in the Alabama EMS Treatment Protocols course before you can have an 'Active’ Alabama State License.

**There is a 2-year license renewal fee of $10.00 as long as your license stays current. In addition to the fee, an application and the required Continuing Education hours are needed (EMT: 24 hours, Intermediate: 36 hours, AEMT: 36 hours, Paramedic: 48 hours). A Full Protocol Certificate for EMT Protocol Review with a skills and scenario verification certificate is also required. You must also present an official typed current CPR card, photo, and a criminal background check.

The fee for reciprocity in the State of Alabama is $10.00 for 2 years. Contact Information: Gary Mackay at gary.mackay@adph.state.al.us or call 334-206-5383.
 
Alabama Department of Public Health

As a part of the EMT and AEMT Courses you will have full access to our test prep site to help you study for the NREMT and NRAEMT exams at no extra cost.

If you have a National Registry Intermediate license you will be eligible for the EMT level in the state of Alabama. http://adph.org/ems/assets/FirstIssueEMSPLicenseReq082714.pdf

Alabama department of Public Health Contact Information:

Alabama EMS and Trauma
Dennis Blair, Director
Alabama Department of Public Health
Office of EMS and Trauma
The RSA Tower
201 Monroe Street, Suite 750
Montgomery, Alabama 36104
Phone: (334) 206-5383
Fax: (334) 206-5260
Email: http://www.adph.org/ContactUs.asp?cnt=1&id=803 

 

Firefighter

Q. Does the state accept IFSAC Certification for reciprocity?

A. Yes. To apply for reciprocity in the State of Alabama, a signature of the Chief Officer that is considering hiring the applicant is required on the reciprocity package. The package must also include a copy of an IFSAC Firefighter I or I/II IFSAC 472 Hazardous Materials Awareness, Operations, and Mission Specific 6.2 and 6.6. The reciprocity package must also consist of the completed course syllabus, schedule of training hours, topics studied, class records and information to contact the Academy to verify the training. The amount of training hours must exceed 360 hours of NFPA 1001 job performance requirements.
http://www.alabamafirecollege.net/Reciprocity.aspx

Q. Where is the State of Alabama in the transition from the NFPA 1021 curriculum to the new National EMS Education Standards?

A. The State of Alabama will update their Firefighter curriculum and certification tests to coincide with the new NFPA 1021 (Fire Officer I and II) standard. This change will go into effect March 1, 2011. All courses will change to the new Jones & Bartlett Fire Officer: Principles and Practice, Second Edition book, and will make the necessary changes to the course curriculum to reflect the new textbook material.
http://www.alabamafirecollege.net/Curupchange.aspx

Contact Information:
Alabama Fire College &
Personal Standards Commission
2501 Phoenix Drive
Tuscaloosa, AL  35405
Phone: (800)241-2467
Fax: (205)391-3747

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