Virtual Instructor Led Training CAPCE Accredited F5 Courses VILT

From the NREMT Website - Distributive Education Update

NREMT Plans to remove all Distributive Education limits. See the draft resolution here.

"Distributive Education Update for 2022" 

All EMRs due to recertify [NREMT] on September 30, 2022, will have no limits on Distributive Education.  This allows all Continuing Education to be accomplished online through any state-accepted or CAPCE-accredited program or education site. Of course, in-person continuing education will also be accepted."

Since no live classes are required for NREMT recertifion, there are currently No VILT - F5 - live classes scheduled at 

If you have a group of ten or more, and want or need VILT courses, contact us to schedule the classes. provides Virtual Instructor Led Training, also known as VILT, which is F5 CAPCE accredited. CAPCE is formerly known as CECBEMS. We have live instructors in webinar format to make an engaging course experience for online EMS continuing education. Following the presentation, the student will receive a username and password to take a quiz on our platform which must be passed. After the quiz the student is directed to complete a course survey. Following the successful completion of the quiz and completion of the survey, the completion certificate will be available in the student's account history. The completion certificate must be printed or saved by the student. Course records will be sent to CAPCE and therefore the NREMT. We report records to CAPCE monthly. Our F5 CAPCE accredited courses are accepted everywhere, including by the NREMT. The courses mirror the NREMT NCCP requirements and are acceptable for all provider levels. Regardless of your renewal state and method, these hours will count for you. Certainly we recommend you verify with your agency. A minimum number of enrolled students are needed in order to proceed with the class. Group classes and discounts are also available.

Course TitleCEUs
Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS)1
Airway Ventilation Oxygen1
Allergic Reactions - Immunological Emergencies0.5
Ambulance Safety0.75
At Risk Populations1
Autism Awareness special needs1
Behavioral Emergency Considerations1
Bloodborne Pathogens1
Central Nervous System (CNS) Injury1
Congestive Heart Failure CHF1
Crew Resource Management1
Diabetic Emergencies - Endocrine System1
EMS Provider Hygiene, Safety and Vaccinations0.75
EMS Research1
Evidence Based Guidelines0.5
Fluid Resuscitation0.5
Hemorrhage Control1
Mass Casualty Incident Overview1.5
Medication Delivery1
OB Emergencies1
Opioid Overdose Part 11
Opioid Overdose Part 2 Fentanyl1
Pain Management1
Pediatric Transport0.5
Post Resuscitation Care0.5
Pre Hospital Stroke Care1
Pre Hospital Stroke Care 20.5
Provider Assisted Epi Pen0.5
Strategy for a National EMS Culture of Safety0.5
Trauma Triage CDC Guidelines1
Ventricular Assist Devices1

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