Department of Health required training for MAV operators in New Jersey. Provides the fundamentals of operating a wheelchair van/ambulette, working a hydraulic lift, and assisting patients with mobility needs. Click Here for Details
Training designed to comply with the Basic Life Support ambulance staffing waiver provided by S4140.Click Here for Details
A bundle of Hybrid EMT Refresher and 24.5 online EMT Elective CEU hours combined into one flat-rate fee for all the education needed for NJ EMT and NREMT recertification.Click Here for Details
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation training for healthcare providers and professional rescuers.Click Here for Details
Required refresher session for Emergency Medical Technicians to renew their credential.Click Here for Details
Required elective continuing education for Emergency Medical TechniciansClick Here for Details
Online sessions allow EMTs to obtain required EMT continuing education credits.Click Here for Details
NJ EMT’s require 24 elective CEU credits, along with a 24-hour EMT Refresher to recertify their EMT credentials. This program is designed to satisfy the EMT Refresher component of the renewal for NJ Emergency Medical Technicians. The program is run in three eight-hour blocks (parts A, B, and C) and partial credit can be obtained for each 8-hour units for the program.
Programs are available at a variety of locations, and private or on-site programs are available at your organizations for low student minimums. If you would like more information about EMT Refresher training at your location, please use the quotation link below.
NEW: Hybrid refresher format allows you to do three of the course hours at home and take a 5-hour skills session to complete each of the three required refresher sessions.
Course Length: 24 hours (Traditional: three 8-hour blocks or Hybrid: around 3 hours online and 5 hours of skills training)
Intended Audience: NJ EMT’s looking to recertify their credential. Also out-of-state EMT’s who need a NREMT refresher course, or a NJ MD/RN/PA that needs an EMT card, and would like to obtain one by taking EMT Refresher and challenging the state exam.
Pre-Requisites: Current BLS/CPR card