NREMT partners with CAPCE to release education records web tool
EMS providers will now be able to import CAPCE approved education records directly into their NREMT account
By EMS1 Staff
COLUMBUS, Ohio — A new web tool that makes submitting continuing education records faster and more accurate was announced by the National Registry of EMTs.
The organization partnered with the Commission on Accreditation for Prehospital Continuing Education to allow EMS providers to import approved continuing education course records directly into their NREMT account.
“This system was designed and built by CAPCE and the National Registry with the goal of relieving the demands on our nation’s paramedics, AEMTs, EMTs and emergency medical responders,” Jay Scott, executive director of CAPCE, said. “We’re happy to provide validated continuing education data that will make the recertification process faster and easier.”
“We’re excited to provide a major time savings to our EMS personnel,” Donnie Woodyard, Chief Operations Officer at the National Registry, said. “This also provides immediate validation to National Registry staff that the imported CAPCE courses are compliant during random and routine audits that we conduct.”