Sample Course Video Clip

Pediatric Behavioral Emergencies Autism, featuring Ralph Carrisquillo, FF/EMT-P. San Diego Fire Rescue

Online training that meets or exceeds CECBEMS and NREMT requirments

Quality Assurance and Training Regulation

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24-7 EMS training courses are designed to meet the highest national, state and local requirements for continuing education training. Courses adhere to the most up-to-date medical guidelines published by nationally recognized authorities.  We systematically review and update all course material when new guidelines are published.

Curriculum review and oversight is provided by the 24-7 Medical Advisory Board, a highly experienced group of physicians, educators, and EMS providers.

Continuing Education Coordinating Board for EMS (CECBEMS)

Nationally, all 24-7 EMS courses have been approved for Continuing Education credits for emergency medical responders, EMTs, and paramedics by HSI, a  CECBEMS accredited organization. Download a copy of the CECBEMS Curriculum Approval Numbers for 24-7 EMS courses.

CECBEMS-accredited courses meet national standards and are generally accepted by most states and by the National Registry of EMTs. CECBEMS accreditation means that a CE provider has made an effort to ensure that the product meets the criteria for quality educational design and for effective delivery.

Interested in learning more about the success and validity of Online EMS Education? Read the National Association of EMS Educators (NAEMSE) whitepaper (click to download PDF) and position paper (Click to download PDF) on Internet Based Distrubuted Learning.

Regulatory Information by State and Province

Be sure to check with your state or provincial EMS agency for the most current information on state-specific continuing education requirements. 

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Wisconsin

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Provincial Regulatory Information