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EMT Skills Competency Verification

In order to renew a California EMT certification prior to expiration, you must submit proof of either 24 hours of approved EMS continuing education (CE) or an approved 24 hour refresher course certificate taken within the past two years. A refresher course must be through an approved training program. Additionally, EMTs are to complete the EMT Skills Competency Verification Form  EMSA-SCV (01-17). 


California Code of Regulations
Title 22, Division 9, Chapter 2
Emergency Medical Technician
Section 100080

EMSA-SCV (08/10) is herein incorporated by reference.  Skills competency shall be verified by direct observation of an actual or simulated patient contact. Skills competency shall be verified by an individual who is currently certified or licensed as an EMT, EMT-II, Paramedic, Registered Nurse, Physician’s Assistant, or Physician and who shall be designated by an EMS approved training program (EMT training program, paramedic training program or CE provider) or an EMS service provider; EMS service providers include, but are not limited to public safety agencies, private ambulance providers and other EMS providers. Verification of skills competency shall be valid for a maximum of two (2) years for the purpose of applying for re-certification. BATA's EMT Skills Competency Verification includes:

 

NREMT:
1.    Patient examination, trauma patient
2.    Patient examination, medical patient
3.    Bag Valve Mask Ventilation
4.    Oxygen Administration
5.    Cardiac Arrest Management with AED
6.    Bleeding Control and Shock Management
7.    Spinal Motion Restriction – Supine

8.   Spinal Motion Restriction –  Seated

9.    Long Bone Immobilization

10.   Joint Immobilization

 

State:

1.    Patient examination, trauma patient

2.    Patient examination, medical patient

3.    Bag Valve Mask Ventilation
4.    Oxygen Administration
5.    Cardiac Arrest Management with AED
6.    Bleeding Control and Shock Management
7.    Spinal Motion Restriction – Supine and Seated
8.    Penetrating Chest Injury
9.    Epinephrine and Naloxone Administration
10.   Childbirth and Neonatal Resuscitation

 

Santa Clara County:

1.    Use and administration of naloxone or other opioid antagonist
2.    Use and administration of epinephrine by auto-injector
3.    Use of a glucometer

Location: 14275 Wicks Blvd, San Leandro, CA 94577

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