Hold Current Unrestricted State EMS Provider or the National Registry of EMTs Licensure
Have completed 20 Hours of Emergency Medical Services Officer Credentialing Commission (EMSOCC) Qualifying Accredited EMS Management Education within the last 10 years (for example, CECs earned at EMS conferences such as EMS Today)
Have completed 120 Hours of Emergency Medical Services Officer Credentialing Commission (EMSOCC) Qualifying Approved EMS Management Education within the last 10 years (for example, successful completion of NAEMT's Principles of Ethics and Personal Leadership course, CFO or EFO certification, Ambulance Service Manager (ASM), SafeTech Solutions EMS Leadership Academy, etc.)
Have a minimum of two (2) years' EMS provider experience
Obtain two (2) Professional Reference letters
A minimum of an Associate's Degree from an accredited college or university is highly recommended, but this requirement has been waived until 1/1/2020.
NEMSMA Membership is not required to obtain Supervising EMS Officer Certification
How to Apply for the Exam:
Complete the application for Supervising EMS Officer Certification (click Begin above or below to begin the application)
Submit all required documentation of the above Pre-requisites, as required by the application process
Pay the Certification Fee (currently $225 for Non-NEMSMA Members, $175 for NEMSMA Members) Supervising EMS Officer Certification Testing:
This Supervising EMS Officer Certification Exam will be administered at the Northwest Colorado EMS Leadership Conference on April 13, 2017, in Grand Junction, Colorado.
Future testing locations and dates will be announced shortly!
More information about the credentialing and examination process can be found on the NEMSMA website at www.nemsma.org.