EMS Continuing Education

EMS Continuing Education

TMCC's EMS Continuing Education (CE) is dedicated to bringing current evidence-based classes for continued training and education of the working professional.

This includes EMS practitioners at all levels for professional development and certification/licensure maintenance in accordance with local, state and national standards.

We provide non-credit classes and recertification courses using the CAPCE (Commission on Accreditation for Pre-hospital Continuing Education) accredited curriculum. This allows continuing education credits to be used in states where they accept CAPCE approved providers.

Refresher Course Information

TMCC is proud to offer EMS refreshers for both EMTs and Advanced EMTs who wish to recertify with both National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT)  and any state who accepts CAPCE-approved providers.

Our refreshers are designed on current evidence-based practice to make sure you are up-to-date on medical practices for continued training and education. At the completion of the course, a certificate of completion will be given to each participant that will then need to be sent in with the corresponding paperwork or uploaded online for NREMT or State of Nevada.

The State of Nevada and NREMT both require current CPR cards to obtain renewal on certifications. Note: the EMT/AEMT Refresher courses do not offer CPR. If you are in need of CPR renewal, see TMCC's Basic Life Support workshops.

Refresher Course Prerequisites

You must hold current EMT or AEMT certifications, unless you are required to take the refresher to get your certification up to date or need to retake the NREMT Cognitive Exam. Please contact the State of Nevada and/or NREMT for further information.
For further information recertification, visit NREMT.

The State of Nevada now requires all documentation to be uploaded on their online platform with the application completed in its entirety. For more information about online renewals and EMS regulations, visit Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health (DPBH).