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Although we strive to keep everything updated Please check with your state EMS Representative for the most current re-certification information.
National Continued Competency Program (NCCP) to maintain NREMT certification and Alabama state licenses.
Arizona Department of Health Services, Bureau of EMS & Trauma System Requirements
Arizona Emergency Medical Care Technicians (EMCT) certifications expire every 2 years from the date of initial issuance. AAC R9-25-401(C). For EMCT recertification, an applicant shall submit one of the following:
- Certificate of course completion of an applicable refresher course or refresher challenge examination OR
- Documentation of current registration in a national certification organization OR
- Completion of continuing education hours as listed below. AAC Rg-25-404(C).
Requirements for Paramedics, EMT-I(99) (Intermediate), or AEMT:
48 hours to include a minimum of five hours in pediatric emergency every two years. AAC R9-25-404(C)(3)(c)(i) or (ii). Enroll in our 48 Hour Live Paramedic Refresher refresher course to fulfill these requirements.
Requirements for EMT:
24 hours to include a minimum of five hours in pediatric emergency every two years. AAC R9-25-404(C)(3)(c)(i) or (ii). Enroll in our BLS NCCP + Anytime refresher course to fulfill these requirements.
For more information visit: The Arizona Department of Health Services, Bureau of EMS & Trauma System