Q. Can I become a certified and licensed EMT or AEMT in Missouri if I pass the EMT & Fire Training EMT or AEMT Course?
A. Yes. The state of Missouri accepts NREMT certified EMT’s, and will allow AEMT's to work license at the Intermediate level, so our program will work great for you. After taking our course and passing your National Registry Practical and Written exam you will be NREMT certified and can then apply for licensure in the state of Missouri.
Q. Does Missouri require any extra EMT training that EFT does not provide in its course?
Q. How do I recertify for EMS in the State of Missouri?
A. To recertify in the state of Missouri you must provide a complete application (Checklist) along with proof of current National Registry certification and current CPR. To keep Nationally Certified you must take a 24-Hour Refresher Course and 48 CE's as an EMT and a 36 Hour AEMT Refresher and 36 CE's for an AEMT or equivalant CEU's. We provide the refresher courses for both levels that will help you be licensed in your state and Nationally Certified with the NREMT.
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.
EMT-Basics: If you are relicensing in the State of Missouri you must provide a complete application no more than 120 days and no less than 30 Days prior to expiration, along with proof current certification as a Nationally Registered EMT Basic or proof of 100 hours of continuing education and proof of current CPR certification. Continuing education should be listed on pages 2 through 4 of the EMS personnel license application. Click here for an explanation of how many core and elective CEU’s are required.
EMT-Paramedics: If relicensing in the State of Missouri must provide a complete application no more than 120 days and no less than 30 Days prior to expiration, along with proof current certification as a Nationally Registered EMT Paramedic or proof of 144 hours of continuing education and proof of current ACLS certification. Continuing education should be listed on pages 2 through 4 of the EMS personnel license application. Click here for an explanation of how many core and elective CEU’s are required. Note: As of July 1st, 2010 paperless licensing is now an option. Please click here for instructions on how to sign and submit an application digitally.
Background Checks: Currently, the Missouri Bureau of EMS runs background checks on all licensure applicants at no expense to you. However if you have resided outside the State at anytime in the last five years you are required to provide us with two finger print cards in order to facilitate a national criminal background check. Please click here for instructions on how to obtain fingerprint cards locally. Notice: NCIC Fingerprint checks may take up to thirty days to complete.
Bureau of Emergency Medical Services
Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
PO Box 570
Jefferson City, MO 65102-0570
Phone: (573) 751-6356
Fax: (573) 751-6348
Q. Does the state of Missouri accept IFSAC Certification for reciprocity?
A. The state of Missouri Division of Fire Safety Training uses IFSAC certification and therefore is a state that will accept IFSAC certified Firefighters trained by EMT & Fire Training through reciprocity.
We can also help you pass your firefighter exams. Our fire fighting questions and study guide are written by a staff of Nationally Certified Firefighters with over 20 years of experience and this experience is included in our examinations. Each question is based upon the NFPA 1001 Standard for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications. This national standard is used by most fire departments to certify at the Firefighter 1 and Firefighter 2 levels. http://www.fire-fighter-exam.com/
Missouri Division of Fire Safety
Office of the State Fire Marshal
PO Box 844
205 Jefferson St, 13th Floor
Jefferson City, MO 65102
Phone: (573) 751-2930
Fax: (573) 751-5710
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