Continuing Medical Education

Continuing Medical Education

This course offers Continuing Medical Education modules aligned with the National Continued Competency Program (NCCP) guidelines.

Tuition: $200.00
Hours: 20 hours

Call 907-723-1482 for upcoming classes and registration.

Welcome to the Continuing Medical Education Hours

Each module is grounded in compelling video lessons from American Red Cross, Jones & Bartlett Learning, and GEMS faculty. These videos are supported by supplementary reading, knowledge-check quizzes, and activities to develop your understanding and skills. 

Didactic Component: Is a self-directed online component, which allows the student the flexibility to work remotely at his or her own pace.

Program Details

Length of class is 20 clock hours.
Didactic: 20 hrs EMT - NCCP 
Psychomotor: No live-training

F3 Distributive Program Content:

1.5 hour Airway, Respiration, & Ventilation

6.0 hour Cardiovascular

1.5 hour Trauma

6.0 hour Medical

5.0 hour Operations

The program is designed for the student to work at his or her own pace. A Certificate of Completion is awarded after successful completion of the didactic component of the program. Students may voluntarily withdraw from the program in writing by delivering a letter to the administrative staff by hand, email or mail. When calculating the official date of a student’s termination is the last day of recorded attendance.

Please be advised that you have a 10-day window, starting from the day of registration, to cancel class attendance for a full refund. No exceptions will be made.

Course Prerequisites

Participants must also be 18 years of age on or before the last scheduled session of the course.

What you get when you enroll in this EMT-NCCP course:
Online Access to EMT - NCCP Training Self-Paced Learning Management System (LMS). All of the didactic portion of the course is completed online in the LMS. This includes recorded lectures, videos, quizzes, exams and interactive activities. 

We are currently using AAOS Emergency Care and Transportation of the Sick and Injured 11th Edition for the EMT course. This book and our course includes the new National Education Standards (NES) that follow the new EMT scope of practice.

24 Hour Instructor Helpdesk:
Students can use email, live chat or the LMS chat system to communicate with instructors 24 hours a day. Typically a live instructor is only available during normal business hours, but leaving a message will ensure a prompt reply. In cases where a student needs to speak to an instructor by phone, we will be happy to arrange a time to call you.


We will be following the CDC’s recommended guidelines to keep our employees and students safe. In addition, we are taking the following precautions:

All workers will have their temperature taken before entering the building. Workers will sanitize and disinfect shared services frequently. 

We encourage our students to wear masks or facial coverings, wash/sanitize their hands before coming to the building, and — most importantly — stay at home if they are feeling sick. The most important thing is to make sure we conduct training in a safe environment.

All meals are the students' responsibility.

We will be spending a lot of time outdoors and we hope that you will want to enjoy some of the exciting outdoor activities when you are not in class. Hunting, fishing, wildlife adventures, kayaking, bear tours, sightseeing, and more. So be ready! The course will be held rain or shine, so participants should bring rain gear and warmer layers to account for unexpected cold or precipitation.