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Kansas EMT and AEMT Course and Recertification Information
EMT Training Courses in KS

Q. Can I become a certified and licensed EMT or AEMT in Kansas if I pass the EMT & Fire Training EMT or AEMT Course?

A. Yes. The EMT or AEMT applying for licensure in Kansas can use their National Registry card and a State License from another state and will not have to take the state test. Upon completion of our course and of passing the NREMT practical and cognitive exams our EMT and AEMT course students will be Nationally Registered. PLEASE NOTE: The state of Kansas added a new law January 2014 that requires students trained outside of Kansas to get a state license from that state and their NREMT Certificate in order to apply for license. There is a way for you to get a state license, but you need to know how this works, so give us a call. 888.783.8495 for more information.

Q. Does Kansas require any extra EMT training that EFT does not provide in its course?

A. No

Q. How do I recertify for EMS in the State of Kansas?

A. All continuing education credits approved CECBEMS must be completed. An EMT needs 28 Hours, and AEMT needs 36 hours. Once the credits are complete, an application and fee of $30.00 need to be turned in. If it is turned in before or on December 31, it is only $30.00, but it will be $60.00 after December 31, but before January 31.

Q. I failed the NREMT exam 3 times already. Will your 24 Hour Online EMT Refresher allow me to retest with the NREMT?

 A. Yes. Once you pass our 24 Hour EMT Online Refresher course you will have 3 more opportunities at taking the NREMT Exam. The Course is accepted by the NREMT and covers all 24 hours of the Mandatory Core and Content required. To insure that you pass on your next attempt you can practice for the exam with our test prep site.

 Q. I failed the NRAEMT exam 3 times already. Will your 36 Hour Online AEMT Refresher allow me to retest with the NREMT?

 A. Yes. Once you pass our 36 Hour AEMT Online Refresher course you will have 3 more opportunities at taking the NRAEMT Exam. The Course is accepted by the NREMT for both AEMT and I85 and covers all 36 hours of the Mandatory Core and Flexible Core Content required. To insure that you pass on your next attempt you can practice for the exam with our test prep site.

 Q. Will your 36 Hour Online AEMT Refresher allow me to recertify as an Advanced EMT?

 A. To recertify with the National Registry as an AEMT you will need to complete the 36 Hour AEMT Refresher, an additional 36 Continuing Education (CE’s) hours, and have a current CPR Certification. If you are doing this Refresher for State Licensure, please check with your state first to see if they will accept this 36 Hour Online AEMT Refresher that is CECBEMS approved and NREMT accepted.


Contact Information

Recognition of Non-Kansas Credentials: +-+http://www.ksbems.org/ems/?page_id=54+
Frequently Asked Questions: http://www.ksbems.org/ems/?page_id=48
Kansas Board of Emergency Medical Services
Landon State Office Building
900 SW Jackson Street, Suite 1031
Topeka, KS 66612-1228
Phone: 785.296.7296


Q. Does the state of Kansas accept IFSAC Certification for reciprocity?

A. Yes. The Kansas Fire & Rescue Institute uses the International Fire Service Accreditation Congress and will accept this certification for reciprocity.

Contact Information:

Kansas Fire & Rescue Training Institute
1515 St. Andrews Drive
Lawrence, KS 66047-1619
Phone: (785) 864-4790 or (866) 804-8841
Fax: (785) 864-9044
Email: kufire@ku.edu



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