T3 and T5 applications require a summative or modular quiz. A copy of the quiz must be submitted with the application and outline.
The COVID No Transport Emergency Protocol was released on 3/29/20. COVID Non-Transport Protocol Released 3/29/20
please note that the Region 1 blanket protocol numbers are only to be used in Region 1 agencies
Effective July 20 2020, All continuing ed applications must be received by the Region 1 Office a minimum of 3 (THREE) weeks (21 calendar days) before the scheduled class. We are sorry to make this change but due to budget cuts and resulting staff-hour cuts, we require the additional time to review your applications.
Effective SEPTEMBER 1, applications with a class start date of less than 21 days from receipt of documents will be returned.
All Applications must include an outline (except in cases where a regional or state 'standardized' outline will be used) and the other details listed in the 'format' section of the application. Applications for classes longer than 1 hours MUST include a time-based outline, per OEMS requirements. If you have any questions about outlines, please email us Email WMEMS About Training Application Questions
You can find an editable application HERE
You can find an editable OEMS Roster HERE
Be sure to review Administrative Requirement 212 so you are aware of what qualifies as EMS continuing education. Instructors (or Training Officers) are required to provide each attendee with either (1) a signed copy of the OEMS roster or (2) a course attendance/completion certificate. AR 212 details the required information for course certificates.
Don't forget to SIGN your application! Contact us with questions 413-586-6065 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We make every effort to review and approve your application in a timely fashion, however please be aware that we receive hundreds of applications every year. Reviews take time. If you are approaching your scheduled class date and haven't heard from us, please be in touch. (and check your email--we send the approval form back to the email listed under 'program sponsor', as a scanned document it may have ended up in your junk file)
If you need to postpone your T1 program for any reason, please notify us of the new date so we can change it in the database, and also so we can ensure the approval number is still valid.
OEMS has awarded standardized numbers for certain classes. Approval numbers can be used ONCE per recertification period. Applications for these programs are not needed however you must follow certain guidelines in order for the numbers to be used: (These numbers EXPIRE 3/31/21)
1. Notify your Regional office that you plan to hold a class
2. Attendees must sign an official OEMS Roster
3. Training Officers or Instructors must provide a certificate of attendance to participants--an ACLS, CPR, PHTLS etc card is NOT sufficient to meet this requirement, you must provide an actual certificate.
4. You may only claim the allowed number of hours. You may claim as the instructor OR the participant, not both.
Here are the approval numbers and hours for the most popular classes: NOTE: During the pandemic, only the FEMA online approval numbers may be used. In person classes cannot be held.
|ACLS Refresher (AHA)||6 hours|
|Adv Medical Life Support (AMLS) NAEMT||16 hours|
|AMLS Refresher NAEMT||4 hours|
|BLS CPR Healthcare Provider Refresher (AHA)||4 hours|
|Emergency Pediatric Care (NAEMT)||16 hours|
|FEMA-NIMS: IS-100.b (only online)||3 hours||2021-R0-10017-T3|
|FEMA-NIMS: IS-200.b (only online)||3 hours||2021-R0-10018-T3|
|PALS (AHA)||8 hours|
|PALS Refresher (AHA)||6 hours|
|PEPP (AAP)||8 hours|
|PEARS (NAEMT)||8 hours|
|PHTLS (NAEMT)||16 hours|
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