Join us for Montana's Combination Paramedic-AEMT-EMT refresher, hosted at Evergreen Fire Rescue, Kalispell MT. This three-day program led by our team of Emergency Physicians, Paramedics and EMTs is designed to create exceptional learning experiences and to fulfill the National Registry's National Continued Competency Program (NCCP) renewal hours and to meet the Montana BOME "Board Specific" refresher requirements for Paramedics, AEMTs, and EMTs.
This 30 hour course format includes 8 hours online learning in addition to the 22 hours of scheduled live taught content. This refresher features inter-disciplinary education with scope of practice specific breakout sessions.
EMTs will receive 20 NCCR and 10 LCCR/ICCR & Montana EMT Refresher Certificate of Completion and 10 CE hours.
AEMTs will receive 25 NCCR and 5 LCCR/ICCR & *Montana AEMT Refresher Certificate of Completion and 5 CE Hours.
PARAMEDICS will receive 30 NCCR & *Montana Paramedic Refresher Certificate of Completion.
*Final approval of this education content for Montana BOME refresher requirements for EMTs with endorsements and Paramedics is at the discretion of the individual's service medical director. Medical Directors are encouraged to contact Dr. Eric Lowe at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss content and design.
We believe in experiential learning, practical hands-on practice in small group exercises, limited lecture time and lots of time on our one of kind high fidelity simulation systems. Our cohort of educators includes ER physicians, Doctors without Borders providers, Wilderness Experts, a former Air Force Pararescue Paramedic Instructor, and national EMS speakers to name a few.
In 30 years of EMS this was the best refresher I have ever been to… The class approach had everyone engaged yet didn’t put us on the spot, we were challenged with pertinent information. Great class, highly recommend.
Big Sky Fire Department, ALS refresher, S. P., NRP
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