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EMT NCCP | Day 2 Recertification

About Course

This course meets the NREMTs latest requirement for EMTs, the National Continued Competency Program (NCCP). This program consists of the equivalent of 40 live classroom hours – this is the first 8 hours - all online and self-paced. This is part of the National component (20 hours). Topics include airway and respiration, cardiovascular, trauma, medical, and EMS operations.

Description

EMS CARE | EMT NCCP | Day 2 Recertification

8 Hours CME Credit

This course meets the NREMTs latest requirement for EMTs, the National Continued Competency Program (NCCP) and is approved by the State of CT. This program consists of the equivalent of 40 live classroom hours – this is the first 8 hours – all online and self-paced.  This is part of the National component (20 hours).  Topics include airway and respiration, cardiovascular, trauma, medical, and EMS operations.

The course works as follows:

  • You can take the course on-line only at your pace.  Take the quizzes too.  Your test scores will be submitted to the instructor who will advise the state when you pass.
  • You must take the lessons in order.  You can go backward as you wish to review materials.
  • Additionally, there will be scheduled times to communicate with the instructor via MissionCIT’s online classroom.  You will be advised of the timing with a link to join these interactive learning sessions.
  • For the practical components, you will be advised venue and timing options.  Physical Classes may be restricted to a size compliant with local social distancing ordinances then in effect.
  • You must pass the quiz for each Topic with a score of 75% or better to receive credit.  There are 6 topics on Day 1 – and 6 quizzes.
  • All administrative aspects of the course are managed and submitted by MissionCIT.

Please contact MissionCIT [email protected] if you have any questions!

Day 2 Sessions Include

  • Hemorrhage control
  • Patients with Special Challenges
  • Obstetric and Gynecological Emergencies
  • Behavioral and Psychiatric Emergencies
  • Naloxone
  • Immunologic and Allergic Emergencies
  • Pharmacology
  • Toxicology
If you want to take both the online course and the skills session for your recertification, please pay for this course in the scheduled course section.  Choose a date and location for your skills session.  Once you have paid, you will be enrolled in this online course. Click here for scheduled courses.
If you only want to take the online course, you can pay here.  The fee for online-only does NOT include the skills session nor recertification.

What Will I Learn?

  • Satisfies the State of CT EMT Recertification requirements.

Topics for this course

78 Lessons8h

Topic 1 | EMS Care Chapter 45 | Hemorrhage Control

Hemorrhage Control for the EMS Provider | Chapter Introduction3:39
Lesson 1 | Introduction to Hemorrhage Control3:35
Lesson 2 | Wound Packing9:33
Lesson 3 | Pressure Dressings7:47
Lesson 4 | Tourniquet Use5:34
Lesson 5 | CT State Protocol 6.17 Tourniquet Application4:42
Lesson 6a | Video: Demonstration of Combat Application Tourniquet Application1:47
Lesson 6b | Demonstration of SOF-TT Tourniquet Application1:30

Topic 2 | EMS Care Chapter 30 | Care for Patients with Special Challenges

Topic 3 | EMS Care Chapter 27 | Gynecologic, Obstetric and Neonatal Emergencies

Topic 4 | EMS Care Chapter 26 | Psychiatric and Behavioral Emergencies

Topic 5 | EMS Care Chapter 44 | Naloxone – Narcan

Topic 6 | EMS Care Chapter 21 | Allergic Reactions & Immunological Emergencies

Topic 7 | EMS Care Chapter 08 | Principles of Pharmacology

Topic 8 | EMS Care Chapter 23 | Toxicological Emergencies | Opioids

EMT Recertification | NCCP | CTOEMS | NREMT
$95.00

Requirements

  • Due to Coronavirus, schedules are fluid. Please pay close attention to e-mails and announcements.

Target Audience

  • Current State of CT licensed EMTs who require this recertification to retain their license.

About Us

MissionCIT provides EMS education, Fire-related training, assessment, and professional services for public safety, focusing on the Fire Service.