1) Arizona does not have reciprocal agreements with any other state or jurisdiction for certification. However, applicants who hold current and valid EMT-Basic certification in another state or jurisdiction may become eligible for Arizona certification. Go to the AZBEMSDHS to answer specific questions concerning EMT certification.
2) As a certified EMT in the State of Arizona, it is your responsibility to complete the required training courses in order to maintain your certification. Furthermore it is your responsibility to submit all required application materials to the Bureau, not your training instructor or employer. You will be held accountable. (EMT Certification information)
3) NREMT requires 72 hours of continuing education credits, a refresher class, current CPR card, and actively working. (How to Maintain your National EMS Certification | How to Find Continuing Education Credits)
First: For NREMT Reregistration application and requirements go to:
National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT)
Second: For AZ State Reregistration application and requirements go to:
Arizona Department of Health Services (AZDHS-BEMS)
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