The National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians, or NREMT, is a non-profit organization that helps ensure the skills, knowledge, and expertise of Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) in the United States. While you’re probably familiar with the important role EMTs play in our society, you may not be as familiar with the test required to become a registered Emergency Medical Technician.
The NREMT administers a wide-range of emergency medical professional tests, including those for Emergency Medical Responders (EMR), Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT), Advanced Emergency Medical Technician.
About the National Registry Advanced Level Psychomotor Examination
National Registry psychomotor examinations are standardized examinations administered in a variety of locations across the United States. All advanced level psychomotor examinations (Advanced EMT and Paramedic) are authorized by the National Registry and monitored by an official National Registry Representative. Candidates must successfully complete a predesignated set of skills for each level as part of the certification process.
EMT PSYCHOMOTOR EXAM
EMT psychomotor examinations are not administered by the National Registry. All EMT psychomotor exams are administered by either the State EMS Office or at the training institution (with approval and oversight provided by the State EMS Office). Contact your instructor or State EMS Office about the format and logistics of completing a state-approved EMT psychomotor exam.
Candidates are required to bring a copy of their PATT with them to the examination site.
Candidates are required to bring a government-issued form of identification with them to the examination site.
Candidates may cancel their reservation for an examination at any time until the deadline listed in the examination details. After this deadline, they may no longer cancel their reservation. Candidates who do not show up for the examination will be unable to reschedule for another examination until the original examination has been processed. Candidates can only register for one examination at a time. Failure to attend an examination does not count as an attempt.
We recommend that candidates follow these steps at least six to eight weeks in advance of the anticipated psychomotor exam date. Contact us at 954-753-6869 for more information.