The 2019 CAPCE accredited, 60 hour Paramedic - NRP Recertification Course Certificate is designed to accomplish the NREMT Paramedic National Continued Competency Program (NCCP) completion and update the Advanced Provider with the newest research and techniques being applied in the global environment. The Resuscitation Group is also able to provide a 30 hour CAPCE Accredited National Component Hours Paramedic recertification certificate for those whom only require the national component hours.
Completion of the new Paramedic National Continued Competency Program (NCCP) requires a total of 60 hours of continuing education to recertify. The complete model requires continuing education in three components:
- 30 hours of National component content per the NREMT,
- 15 hours of local/state component content, and,
- 15 hours of individual component content.
Courses that cannot be applied towards recertification requirements include duplicate courses, clinical rotations, instructor courses, management/leadership courses, performance of duty, preceptor hours, serving as a skill examiner, and volunteer time with agencies.
If the participant completes the program of study, the participant will be awarded a 60 hour Paramedic - NRP Recertification Course Certificate. The participants will also receive a complete set of high risk/low frequency skills sheet (surgical cricothyroidotomy, pericardiocentesis, endotracheal intubation, ultrasound guided procedures/vascular access, simple thoracostomy) evaluations completed with an instructor and/or physician during the component hours.
National Component (30hr):
The National Component requires Paramedics to complete 30 hours of approved continuing education as per the following:
Ventilation (2hrs), Capnography (1hr), Oxygenation (0.5hr)
Post-Resuscitation Care (0.5hr), Ventricular Assist Devices (0.5hrs), Stroke (1.5hrs), Cardiac Arrest (2hrs), Pediatric Cardiac Arrest (2.5hrs), Congestive Heart Failure (0.5hrs), Acute Coronary Syndrome (1.5hrs).
Trauma Triage (1hr), Central Nervous System (CNS) Injury (1hr), Hemorrhage Control (0.5hr), Fluid Resuscitation (0.5hr)
Special Healthcare Needs (2hr), OB Emergencies (0.5hr), Infectious Diseases (0.5hr), Medication Delivery (1hr), Pain Management (1hr), Psychiatric and Behavioral Emergencies (1hr), Toxicological Emergencies with Opioids (0.5hr), Neurological Emergencies with Seizures (0.5hr), Endocrine Emergencies with Diabetes (1hr), Immunological Emergencies (1hr).
At-Risk Populations (1hr), Ambulance Safety (0.5hr), Field Triage for Disasters/MCIs (1hr), EMS Provider Hygiene, Safety, and Vaccinations (0.5hr), EMS Culture of Safety (0.5hr), Pediatric Transport (0.5hr), Crew Resource Management (1hr), EMS Research (1hr), Evidence Based Guidelines (0,5hr)
State Component (15hr):
If specific local and/or state are not specified, these required hours are considered flexible content. You may use any state or Commission on Accreditation for Pre-Hospital Continuing Education (CAPCE) approved EMS–related education to fulfill these requirements. A maximum of 10 hours of distributive education may be used to meet the 15 hour requirement.
Individual Component (15hr):
The individual hours are considered flexible content. You may use any state or Commission on Accreditation for Pre-Hospital Continuing Education (CAPCE) approved EMS–related education to fulfill these requirements. A maximum of 15 hours of distributive education may be used to meet the 15 hour requirement.
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Our students are eligible for placement in an advanced resuscitation internship after the program, if they choose to pursue that option.
Be the best
Every one of our graduates exits the program having learned advanced practice skills, performed advanced skills, and managed critically ill patients in simulation; few programs in the world can attest to the student experiencing this range experiences in a refresher setting.
Not only do we hold military veterans in high regard, many of our instructors have served in military and other government organization roles. We believe strongly in the experience and learning provided by the U.S. Military and provide special focus on cross walking our educational curriculum for military veterans. Military veterans eligible for veteran’s benefits are pre-certified for the program through the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) process.
Meet your match
You will meet your match in this program, if you wish to be the best in the world, this is the place to meet that expectation.
Join our history of excellence
Our program is home to instructors who are among the renowned medical personnel in the county, developers of some of the first special programs in the country, and some of the top medical directors in the country.
Learn from the best
You will learn from international faculty, who “walk the talk” and have held diverse roles in from providers to educators and administrators. Many of our faculty are active researchers in the field; which means we don’t just present the current science, we create it!
Our program only accepts a limited number of students a year into training, the process to obtain a spot is competitive and we suggest registering early to begin the process.