EMS Instructor Licensure

Initial License Requirements

Emergency Medical Services Instructor - Level I

  • Written recommendation from the local Medical Director
  • Current Georgia EMS license in good standing
  • Current professional health and education credentials
  • Current professional resume, to include: education background, employment, military service (if applicable), teaching history and professional preparation courses
  • Complete Instructor License Application and return it to your EMS Regional Director

Emergency Medical Services Instructor - Level II

  • Current Georgia EMS license in good standing
  • Copy of your educator course attendance certificate
  • Current professional health and education credentials
  • Current professional resume, to include: education background, employment, military service (if applicable), teaching history and professional preparation course
  • Successful complete NREMT AEMT Assessment examination within 24 months of application, unless the application has a current national registration as an AEMT or Paramedic.
  • Complete Instructor License Application and return it to your EMS Regional Director

Emergency Medical Services Instructor - Level III

  • Current Georgia EMS license in good standing
  • Copy of educator course attendance certificate
  • Current professional health and education credentials
  • Current professional resume, to include: education background, employment, military service (if applicable), teaching history and professional preparation course
  • A minimum of an Associate Degree or 90 quarter hours of college credit (or semester equivalent) from a regionally or nationally accredited institution
  • Successful complete NREMT Paramedic Assessment examination within 24 months of application, unless the application has a current national registration as Paramedic.
  • Complete Instructor License Application and return it to your EMS Regional Director

License Renewal Requirements

THE 2017 RENEWAL PERIOD IS CLOSED FOR ALL INSTRUCTORS.

EMS Instructor - Level I must:

  • No action needed. All Level I Instructors license will be renewed automatically by the department.

EMS Instructor - Level II & III must:

  • Maintain a Georgia EMS license in good standing
  • Submit an Attestation Statement verifying 1. that the instructor participated in a minimum of twenty-four (24) hours of department-approved continuing education and 2. that the instructor has taught a minimum of forty (40) hours during the renewal period in one or more of the following Department approved courses: EMR, EMT, AEMT and Paramedic.

 


Approved Courses for Instructors 

The NAEMT Instructor Course provides instructor candidates with the basic training and information needed to become an instructor of any of NAEMT's continuing education courses. This fully online program replaces the traditional classroom-based instructor courses, enabling educators to get new continuing education courses up and running faster and more efficiently. Completion of the NAEMT Instructor Course, along with successful completion of the provider course and a monitored teach-back for the NAEMT program that you wish to teach, are required to be recognized as an NAEMT instructor.

EMS Instructional Strategies Course offered by EMS University and and meets the 2002 EMS Educators Standards.

Please contact our Regional EMS Program Director from your county to find out more about training resources/classes for continuing education.


SENDSS Portal for Instructors

Instructors can login into SENDSS to manage course information. If you are an instructor and having problems logging into SENDSS, you will need to contact the Course Coordinator to verify if the information entered in SENDSS is correct.

 

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Page last updated 1/26/2018