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.
There are no Courses for this period.
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 the state of Nevada.
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. Our courses are CAPCE-accredited, which allows for national use.
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.
You must hold current EMT or AEMT certifications, unless you are required to take the refresher to get your certification up to date. Please contact the state of Nevada and/or NREMT for further information.
Course Cancellation Policies
Registration Cancellation/No-Show Policy
If you are unable to attend the course, you are responsible for contacting the Department of Public Safety at least 24 hours in advance; otherwise the full amount of tuition will be charged to the student/agency. Failure to come to class (no-show) will also result in being charged the full amount. Please contact us in order to give notice.
Class Cancellation Policy
Classes will be canceled if the minimum registrants are not reached (8 students) five days prior to class. If a class is canceled due to lack of enrollment (or other reasons) you will be notified and given the options of either attending another class of the same monetary value or obtaining a refund.
Inclement Weather Policy
If a workshop is canceled due to an unexpected campus closure (i.e., weather conditions, etc.) all attempts will be made to reschedule the class. Only if the class cannot be rescheduled, a full refund will be issued. Please listen to the radio or check the College website in order to determine if the school has closed. Every effort will be made to inform you of a class cancellation due to inclement weather.
If you are unable to attend due to the weather in your area—but the class has not been canceled—you are still responsible to contact the department 24 hours in advance of the class start date.
- Workshop enrollment is contingent upon: 1) completed registration form and 2) payment of fees.
- EMS CE courses are not eligible for financial aid.
- Workshops are taught in English.
- Locations: Course locations are included in the details for your selected course.
- Pre-Study: Check the details on your selected course to see if any pre-study is required.
Step One: Registration
- Complete the online registration form (below).
Step Two: Payment
Continuing Education course fees are listed in the class details. Most courses are more than one hour; you will need to list the number of hours on the EMS Credit Card Processing form. You must designate on all forms and checks which CE class you are taking (use the course code). Please note that fees are not paid to the EMS Program Office; you must pay fees prior to class via TMCC's Accounting Services Office.
- In person by cash or check/money order: visit the TMCC Accounting Services Cashier’s Office. Checks should be made out to "Board of Regents" with "EMS CE Class" in the memo area.
- By credit card: use the EMS Credit Card Processing form.
- Accounting Services will send the EMS Office a verification copy of your payment receipt.
- Payment must be received at least one week prior to the workshop start date.
Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA): Qualified students with physical or documented learning disabilities have the right to free accommodations to ensure equal access to educational opportunities at Truckee Meadows Community College. This service is free of charge to the student. Contact the TMCC Disability Resource Center. Requests for assistance must be made at least seven working days in advance of workshop.