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

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
  • Complete Instructor License Application

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
  • Complete Instructor License Application

License Renewal Requirements

EMS Instructor - Level I must:

  • Maintain a Georgia EMS license in good standing
  • Submit a statement of verification that the Active Practice requirements were completed. The verification must be drafted on official letterhead and signed by a personal supervisor
  • Complete Instructor License Renewal Application

EMS Instructor - Level II & III must:

  • Maintain a Georgia EMS license in good standing
  • Submit a statement of verification that the Active Practice requirements were completed. The verification must be drafted on official letterhead and signed by a personal supervisor
  • Instructor must teach a minimum of 40 hours per license renewal period in approved courses
  • Instructor must participate in a minimum of 24 hours of department-approved continuing education in instructional techniques per license renewal period
  • Complete Instructor License Renewal Application

Continuing Education

Please contact our Regional EMS Program Director from your county to find out 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 in correct.

 

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Page last updated 7/17/2017