EMS Education Programs


EMS JURISPRUDENCE EXAM: 

All EMS Personnel (ECA, EMT, AEMT, EMTP, and LICENSED PARAMEDIC) renewal applicants must complete an EMS jurisprudence examination approved by the Department before submitting a renewal application. An EMS jurisprudence examination is a CE course covering information about Texas EMS Laws and Rules. The EMS jurisprudence examination is offered by Department approved continuing education (CE) programs. If you are employed or volunteer with an EMS talk to your administrator or director they may direct you to a CE program or for a list of CE programs offering the EMS jurisprudence examination can be found below under Jurisprudence Exam Material.


Rules and Policies

Links to Texas Administrative Code Pages

Policies


Apply Online



Forms and Documents


Coordinator / Instructor

Courses

Initial Education Programs

Continuing Education Programs

Jurisprudence Exam Material

Cover Sheets

EMS Education Manual and Skill sheets



Program and Course Fee Information


NREMT Information

NREMT National Continued Competency Program (NCCP)
NCCP model streamlines the CE recertification process into three strategic categories of continuing education: National, Local, and Individual.

NREMT Transition Course Information

NREMT Portfolio & Scenario Exam Information

NREMT Information/ Pass Rates / NREMT Representative Contact Information



Additional Resources

National Education Standards and Instructional Guidelines 

Current release of National Education Standards and Instructional Guidelines (HTML) all levels.

Note - On August 16, 2012, DSHS adopted the use of the National EMS Education Standards and Instructional Guidelines
replacing the use of DOT National Standard Curriculum.  Remember, Texas ECA  courses use the EMR Standards/Guidelines
with additional requirement in EMS rule; Texas Intermediate courses use the AEMT Standards/Guidelines with additional
requirements in EMS rule.

CAAHEP/CoAEMSP and Paramedic Program Accreditation Information

THECB

Disability Accommodation Information

  • Disability Accommodation Request-If you are taking the National Registry (NR) exam, you must make an accommodation request to the NR office: www.nremt.org

Open Records

Open Records


 

Contacts

 

 

Last updated August 14, 2017