Select EMS Courses Now Approved by UMBC Critical Care Emergency Medical Transport Program (CCEMTP)
Benefits to You or Your Organization
There is a growing need for qualified specialists in the area of critical care interfacility transfer. EMS1 Academy features more than 40 hours of training approved by the UMBC that have met the stringent requirements for renewal of the Critical Care Emergency Medical Transport Program (CCEMTP). The UMBC CCEMTP training is a critical component for Paramedics or those that work for EMS agencies or Fire Departments that conduct Critical Care Interfacility transports or Helicopter EMS (HEMS).
Personal enrichment also plays a role in why this training is sought after by individuals and departments alike. Our courses will provide you essential training needed to accomplish the CCEMTP Renewal through the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC).
Exclusive Training for Your Department
Much of the information covered in this material is not covered in traditional paramedic training. Some training providers offer limited training courses in regard to Critical Care Interfacility transports, but EMS1 Academy can provide you with 38 courses in an online environment, making it easy for Paramedics, EMTs, and Firefighters to build the skills to be ready to achieve this renewal through UMBC.
Training on your Schedule — additional new content being developed and certified!
- Through the CCEMTP Approved courses, content is valid and reliable
- Courses approved for one credit hour – designed to fit your demanding schedule
- No need to attend classroom training
- Course content approved by UMBC towards the renewal of CCEMTP
- Downloadable certificates awarded upon completion
EMS professionals are required to self-report continuing education hours earned with EMS1 Academy to UMBC by providing a certificate of completion or transcript along with their renewal paperwork.
For more information, please visit the UMBC website.
|Course Title||Course Number||Hours|
|Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (ALS)||20-PRAE-F3-1513||1|
|Abdominal Trauma (ALS)||20-PRAE-F3-1515||1|
|Acute MI and STEMI (ALS)||20-PRAE-F3-1517||1|
|Altitude Illness (ALS)||20-PRAE-F3-1527||1|
|Basic Airway Mastery||18-PRAE-F3-1383||1|
|Blast Injuries (ALS)||20-PRAE-F3-1539||1|
|Capnography for Respiratory Distress (ALS)||20-PRAE-F3-1501||1|
|CHF Vs. COPD (ALS)||20-PRAE-F3-1553||1|
|Children with Complex Medical Conditions||18-PRAE-F3-1384||1|
|Current Trends in Stroke Care||18-PRAE-F3-1385||1|
|Diabetic Emergencies (ALS)||20-PRAE-F3-1567||1|
|Diving Emergencies (ALS)||20-PRAE-F3-1569||1|
|Electrical Injuries (ALS)||20-PRAE-F3-1582||1|
|EMS Crew Resource Management||20-PRAE-F3-1735||1|
|Head Injuries (ALS)||20-PRAE-F3-1597||1|
|Hypothermic Patient (ALS)||20-PRAE-F3-1606||1|
|Kidney Disease (ALS)||20-PRAE-F3-1610||1|
|Managing the Pediatric Arrest (ALS)||18-PRAE-F3-1388||1|
|Medication-Resistant Pathogens (MRSA, TB, VRE, C.Diff)||18-PRAE-F3-1401||1|
|Near Drowning (ALS)||20-PRAE-F3-1620||1|
|Pediatric Burns (ALS)||20-PRAE-F3-1680||1|
|Pediatric Head Trauma (ALS)||20-PRAE-F3-1686||1|
|Pediatric Seizures (ALS)||20-PRAE-F3-1690||1|
|Pediatric Shock (ALS)||20-PRAE-F3-1692||1|
|Pediatric Shortness Of Breath (ALS)||20-PRAE-F3-1694||1|
|Pediatric Spinal Injuries (ALS)||20-PRAE-F3-1696||1|
|Pregnancy and Dyspnea (ALS)||20-PRAE-F3-1700||1|
|Pregnancy and Trauma (ALS)||20-PRAE-F3-1702||1|
|Return of Spontaneous Circulation (ALS)||20-PRAE-F3-1731||1|
|Spinal Injuries (ALS)||20-PRAE-F3-1716||1|
|Spinal Motion Restriction (ALS)||19-PRAE-F3-1416||1|
|Treating Neck and Spinal Injuries ( ALS)||18-PRAE-F3-1374||1|
|Ventricular Assist Devices: Assessment and Treatment Considerations (ALS)||18-PRAE-F3-1370||1|