Have questions? Check out the list below for answers to some frequently asked questions.


Will your CE courses be accepted in my state?
EMT-CE is certified by the Commission on Accreditation for Prehospital Continuing Education (CAPCE) which serves as the recognized leader for continuing education in EMS. Currently, CAPCE accredited courses are accepted in all states, however, Virginia has an approved CAPCE provider list we're applying for. At this time, our courses are not on the approved provider list in Virginia.
How many hours does my state require me to have to recertify?
The number of hours required for a recertification varies by state. See our CE State Requirements page for more details.
Can I use my tablet and/or phone to watch your courses?
Yes, our site is optimized to automatically adjust to any sized smartphone or tablet!
Am I allowed to watch a course again after I have completed it?
Yes, after you have completed a course, press “Rewatch” in the course controls. This will allow you to watch the course, should you want to access the information again.


Are you certified by the NREMT to provide continuing education?
The NREMT doesn't certify any providers, but rather partners with the CAPCE to give accreditation to providers. Good news is that we're certified by CAPCE, which makes our courses NREMT approved.


How long does it take for your system to report my hours to the NREMT?
We do not report hours directly to the NREMT. Per the NREMT recertification guidelines, you'll enter all of the education you receive throughout the recertification cycle. With every course, we provide a completion certificate that makes it easy to report your hours.
What is real-time reporting?
Real-time reporting is a business intelligence practice that consists of gathering up-to-the-minute data and relaying information as it happens. We use this technology to report your courses to CAPCE for credit.


Do you provide refresher courses?
At this time, we don’t provide refresher courses. Check back with us soon, as we are currently developing this feature!
What is the difference between an F3 course and an F5 course?
An F3 course is what’s called “distributive education.” An instructor does not have to present during the course. An F5 course is called “instructor-led,” which means that an instructor must be available at all times for a student to contact, whether that be by phone or by email.
What basic and/or advanced level courses do you offer?
We offer a variety of course topics in both basic and advanced levels. Our Course Library lists all of our available courses.
How many courses can I complete in one day?
Per the guidelines of the CAPCE, you're only able to complete 12 hours of CE each day.

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