There are two ways you can renew your NREMT.
This option enables you to demonstrate continued cognitive competency without documenting continuing education.
- Log in to your National Registry account. Complete a Recertification By Exam application and pay the exam fee.
- After 24-48 hours, log in to your National Registry account and print your Authorization to Test (ATT) letter. Follow the directions in the letter to schedule your exam.
- You may make one attempt to take and pass the exam between April 1 (one year prior to your current expiration date) and March 31 (your expiration date). A cognitive competency by exam form will become available through your National Registry account upon successful completion of the exam.
- Return your completed cognitive competency by exam form by March 31 with signatures and supporting documentation. All other recertification requirements (including criminal conviction statement, verification of skills, etc.) must still be met and verified.
- PLEASE NOTE THAT NHCPR IS AN AUTHORIZED PEARSON VUE® TESTING CENTER AND WE OFFER THIS EXAM. Follow the steps above and choose New Hampshire CPR as your testing location.
This option is the most popular to recertify your NREMT certification. By attending approved education you not only do you satisfy the NREMT recertification requirements, but you also receive the latest updated information regarding EMS.
New Hampshire CPR, LLC offers CAPCE approved continuing education which meets or exceeds the standards set by the NREMT.
To help with understanding which NHCPR courses you need to take, we have created a cheat sheet document that explains how our courses fit into your NREMT renewal plan.
By taking creating your 3-course bundle, you will receive enough hours for most of your National Content and many levels will have extra hours that can be applied to your Individual Hours or your Local/State component. These courses are approved for all EMS levels.
Suggested courses to bundle for National Component hours.
We have selected 3 courses that will help you achieve the hours for your NREMT National Component.
- PEARS - The AHA's "Pediatric Advanced Emergency Assessment, Recognition, and Stabilization" course. 7.25 CAPCE HRS
- GEMS - The NAEMT's "Geriatric Education for EMS" course. 8 CAPCE HRS
- EMS Safety - The NAEMT's " EMS Safety" Course. 8 CAPCE HRS
This chart shows how you can allocate the CAPCE hours received into the different National Content Categories - HOURS CHART
Can I use my BLS CPR course completion towards my NREMT National Component? Yes!
Can I take classes at New Hampshire CPR and have them count in my state? Yes! These are CAPCE approved and are valid in all states.