With 24-7, EMS providers get the great courses, content — and the approved continuing education — they need.
Over 100 online approved EMS CE courses for EMRs, EMTs and paramedics. Over 70 firefighter development and 15 workplace safety courses.
Easy access and quick results for anyone needing to get continuing education on his or her own. Convenient online administration for agencies and departments to assign, track and report on training.
High-quality video-based courses that are affordable for both individuals and for agencies on tight budgets.
Every 24-7 course follows the most current national EMS education guidelines or firefighter training standards. 24-7 EMS courses are approved for continuing education in every state. The 24-7 EMS and Fire Advisory Boards — comprised of respected EMS and Fire service leaders and educators — ensure the highest level of quality in our content and materials.
Being an emergency responder is demanding work. Earning CE credits shouldn’t be.
Keeping your skills up-to-date and meeting your continuing education requirements can become a stressful part of maintaining your status as an EMS provider. 24-7’s online video e-learning courses are all on-demand, which means you can chose when and where to take the courses.
Our easy-to-follow, engaging video-based online courses show realistic emergency events, and feature noted subject experts.
Members can take our high-quality courses online, at their own pace or courses can be conducted in the classroom with video streaming.
The only thing missing from using our courses are the administrative headaches. Assign, track, remind and report your training through Otis, our comprehensive learning management system. It's easy to use, and we offer live support to help get you started!
View the latest course updates and additions.
Opioid Epidemic: Response for EMS
Crew Resource Management
The Role of Research in EMS
Emergency Responders, Fire and Cancer
Featuring Bill Richard, NREMT-P
The new Respiratory Protection for Emergency Responders course focuses on the risks emergency responders can face when encountering airborne hazards and how to reduce or eliminate that risk. It highlights the use of the most common respirators used to filter and purify the air being breathed, or to provide a safe, secondary source of breathable air.Learn More About This Course
Explains the guiding principles and benefits of Crew Resource Managment (CRM), an important tool for safety professionals.
Provides specific tools that EMS providers can use or exhibit to help improve care for patients in many cultural contexts.
Could the care you are giving as an EMS provider be harming your patients? It’s possible, especially if your patient care is based on personal opinion or tradition and not scientific evidence.
Featuring Megan Corry, MA, EMT-P, Paramedic Program Director and primary instructor at the City College of San Francisco Paramedic Program.Learn More About This Course
This program is intended to raise awareness among fire service personnel about the elevated risk of cancer associated with working as an emergency responder to a fire-related emergency, and includes experts from the Firefighter Cancer Support Network (FCSN) and llinois Fire Service Institute (IFSI) at the University of Illinois.Learn More About This Course
"24-7 has consistently provided a quality education program for EMS and fire personnel second to none. The illustrative graphics and on-scene video has made the videos interesting to watch while gaining the knowledge from experts in the industry. In addition, the supplementary materials provides for the programs to be delivered in a variety of venues with the necessary tools to deliver the program in a quality format."
"Pike County EMS has only used 24/7 for a few months and it has drastically changed the way we do our company education. It has been so easy to use the pre-set education documents, the information is up-to-date, our staff can participate from anywhere with internet connection, and record keeping is seamless. I highly recommend this product for EMS and Fire Companies."
PCEMS Administrative Assistant
"As an EMS Educator and Paramedic, I have personally benefited from online learning in many ways. The information delivered is consistent for all students, the student can learn at their own pace and review the content at any time, and students do not need to travel to a training center, which reduces the wear and tear on vehicles and saves on gas."
"We can train several firefighters for the same amount we would normally pay for one."
Power Township Fire Supervisor
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