6.8.09

The National Registry of EMT's practical examination for NJ EMT's
Applicants for EMT-B licensure in New Jersey will be required to pass the 120 hour DOT course curriculum (Basic EMT course schedule for New Jersey) and then The National Registry of EMT's practical examination and computer based exam. EMT-B under the Department of Transportations guidelines are the same as the old EMT-A designation in New Jersey. The state moved to using the NREMT certification as bases for its own state EMT certification. The state has provided a page on their website to answer many common questions about the transition from the state certification to the one from the DOT based curriculum and NREMT certification.Ut oh you guys are gona fail!!!!!!!">WEB SITE

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Anonymous said...

Hi NJ EMS,

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Richard said...

Hiya, I can' find your email address, so I'm leaving you a comment.

I just put together a list of iphone/itouch apps for EMTs/Paramedics, could you share my post with your readers? If there's a app you use often in the field that isn't on my list, let me know in the comments (or email me) and I can add it. Did you know apps can be written off on
taxes?:) Might even be able to write off a iphone too if you can show that you only use it for work (for the apps!).

Here's the post:
http://blog.onlinecollegeguru.com/health-care/19-iphoneitouch-apps-for-ems-personnel/


Thanks,

Rich