Setting THE Standard for EMS Educators


The mission of the EMSECS is to promote excellence in EMS education by offering a certification for EMS education professionals through a valid and uniform process, which assesses the knowledge and skills associated with competent, relevant and structurally sound educational practices. 


EMSECS Upcoming exams

EMSECS is continuing to offer more exams in 2009. Seats are limited to 50 people at each exam site so register early to secure a seat for the exam. The exam consists of 100 multiple choice questions and will take approximately 2 hours. Please click here for the examination application and criteria.

The exam dates and location are as follows:

On Thursday, June 11, 2009 from 9am-11am, the exam will be given at the St. Charles County Ambulance District located at 4169 Old Mill Parkway in St. Peters, MO 63376.

On Thursday, August 20, 2009 from 7pm-9pm, the exam will be given at the 2009 NAEMSE Symposium which is being held at Walt Disney World in Orlando, FL

what does the abbrevation "NCEE" mean?

You might have seen several people on the Board of Directors with the abbrevation "NCEE" at the end of their name. These individuals are among the first to be certified as Nationally Certified EMS Educators (NCEE). There are currently about 60 Nationally Certified EMS Educators nationwide.

Under Pressure

Angel Burba, the current president of the National Association of EMS Educators, wrote an article about her experience taking the National Certification Examination. It offers valuable insight on how to prepare for the exam. Please click here for to view.