Specialty 2014 September Con-ed Sessions
Start 1830 (6:30 PM) Hours
Register online, www.emmco.org Events
September 23, 2014 (Tuesday)
The class is approved for 1.5 hours other core/ clinical
"The First 30 minutes" 2 night (must attend both nights)
September 30, 2014 (Tuesday) (2 Hours)
October 7, 2014 (Tuesday) (2 Hours)
The class is approved for 4 hours "other" credits
In "the first 30 minutes" of a multi-casualty incident, critical operational and logistical decisions are made that impact the management of an incident.
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Practitioners should go to the EMS EPortal to:
- View your con-ed credit online
- Search for upcoming con-ed classes
- Search for certification classes
- Enter you con-ed endorsement
Practitioners needing online continuing education click on the Centre Learn Icon.
Con-ed Sponsors and Training Centers go to the EMS EPortal to:
- Enter your new course applications online
- Register Con-Ed Classes online (Con-ed Sponsors Only)
- Register Certification Classes online (Training Institutes Only)
New Con-ed Hours For Act 37
The following hours went into effect April 10, 2014. These new hour requirements affect EMS providers for their next certification period following their current registration period. For example, an EMT expires 10/1/2014. Their EMS recertification is based on the existing con-ed requirements. The EMT is recertified for another 3 years and has a new expiration date of 10/1/17. To be recertified, the EMT would need to meet the con-ed criteria list below in the chart.
The recertification con-ed for both EMS providers and EMSVO (EMS Vehicle Operator) registrations are listed below-
The "Core" Continuing Education Category will be defined in the PA Bulletin by the PA Department of Health. Core con-ed is defined as clinical patient care or specific core con-ed courses identified by the Department.
Note- EMS provider registration is separate from EMSVO. To maintain registration in both their EMS provider and EMSVO the continuing education requirement for both must be maintained.
What CPR Classes Are Valid?
This is a frequently asked question by prehospital providers. The following courses meet the requirements, as recognized by the PA Department of Health: