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American Legion Post 109
Old Sulphur Spring Road
to the post can be found by clicking here.
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IF YOU GET LOST ON THE DAY OF
THE COURSE, PLEASE CALL ONE OF THESE NUMBERS FOR HELP:
- This course location is in a residential
area. When you make the turn onto Old Sulphur Spring
road is when you will be entering the residential
zone. The entrance to the Post will be on your left at
the end of the street.
- The classroom will be open by 7:00 a.m. for
registration on the first day and 7:30 a.m. thereafter.
- Classes will begin at 8:00 a.m. and finish
at 6:00 p.m.
- 100% ATTENDANCE IS
MANDATORY~~Plan to arrive on time and stay to the
conclusion of the daily scheduled time.
- We expect you to arrive 15 minutes early
to sign-in for the day and take your seat so that the
lectures can start promptly at 0800.
- Any student missing greater than 15 minutes
of any given lecture will not receive credit for the
- Topics are selected from the NREMT
Paramedic Registry guidelines.
- Please review this memo regarding
requirements for renewal. Click here.
course format is lecture only with verbal scenario
discussions. No skills stations are conducted. We are
meeting the cognitive portion of the objectives set forth
by NREMT and not the skills objectives.
- Clothing and Local Weather~~Please check
the weather forecast before traveling. Dress comfortably and
in layers (no need for uniforms). The classroom temperature
can vary throughout the day.
- NO ELECTRONIC DEVICES are permitted in
classroom during the lecture sessions. No internet
access is available at the course location.
West Nursey Road
There are many hotels and lodging
options within a 15 minute drive to the course site.
Searching for lodging around Thurgood Marshall BWI airport
is usually the cheapest. Most are usually located on
West Nursery Road. We recommend using hotel search
engines such as Orbitz, Hotwire, Kayak, and Priceline or
contacting the hotel directly.
- Country Inn
and Suites BWI
Linthicum, MD 21090
Steven Hock • Director of Sales
p: +1 (443) 577-1036
f: +1 (443) 577-1037
direct extension: (443) 577-1753
~~ On and Off Course Site:
Continuing education hours
will be awarded via CECBEMS
(Continuing Education Coordinating Board for EMS) www.cecbems.org. You
will be provided with a certificate and paperwork suitable
for National Registry re-registration purposes at the end of the
providers must provide both NREMT # and expiration date
and state license and expiration date (if applicable) to receive
- Pennsylvania residents will be required to
submit to their region a con-ed by endorsement form along
with a copy of the schedule and certificate. Download
the form here.
As of July 1, 2012 this course is recognized as a NREMT
EMT-Paramedic to Paramedic Transition course in the State of Maryland.
For many other providers, the
attendance certificate that you receive at the end of the
course will meet the requirements and can fulfill
You MAY be required to provide additional
documentation to your State EMS office to verify your
transition as set forth by your licensing agency.
This ONLY applies to courses starting AFTER July 1, 2012.
It is your responsibility
to contact your State EMS office to confirm what is being
accepted and to determine if there are additional
requirements in your jurisdiction.
The NREMT Board of Directors is committed to implementation of
the EMS Education Agenda for the Future: A Systems Approach.
Included within this agenda is the National EMS Scope of
Practice Model. Therefore, in order for NREMTs to maintain
National EMS Certification, as outlined in the EMS Education
Agenda for the Future, all NREMTs must meet the minimum
requirements of knowledge and skills outlined in the National
EMS Scope of Practice Model. Transition dates and processes
which certified EMS providers must follow to obtain National EMS
Certification vary according to the level of EMS provider and
are outlined below.
|NREMT First Responder
||Emergency Medical Responder (NREMR)
||Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT)
||Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (NRAEMT)
All NREMT-Paramedics who have expiration dates of March 31,
2011 or March 31, 2012 have two registration cycles (four
years) to complete a state approved Emergency Medical
Technician-Paramedic to Paramedic transition course in order
to be eligible for National EMS Certification as a Paramedic
- Completion of a transition course that is state approved
must be validated by attending and successfully completing a
course that issues a certificate that has within its title:
- NREMT-Paramedic's name
- transition course completion date
- The certificate must contain the following statement:
"has completed a state approved EMT-Paramedic to
Paramedic transition course."
- name of the sponsoring agency
- signature of the individual responsible for the
- In order to transition to the Paramedic level, the
NREMT-Paramedic is not required to complete National EMS
- NREMT-Paramedics who submit an acceptable recertification
application but do not include successful completion of a
state-approved transition course from EMT-Paramedics to
Paramedic will be issued National EMS Certification as an
Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (NRAEMT) upon reaching
their expiration date of March 31, 2016 or 2017.
||Complete Paramedic Transition by:
|March 31, 2011
||March 31, 2015
|March 31, 2012
||March 31, 2016
|March 31, 2013
||March 31, 2017
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