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The Florida Statutes

The 2010 Florida Statutes(including Special Session A)

Title XXIX
Chapter 401
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F.S. 401.2715
401.2715 Recertification training of emergency medical technicians and paramedics.
(1) The department shall establish by rule criteria for all emergency medical technician and paramedic recertification training. The rules shall provide that all recertification training equals at least 30 hours, includes the performance parameters for adult and pediatric emergency medical clinical care, and is documented through a system of recordkeeping.
(2) Any individual, institution, school, corporation, or governmental entity may conduct emergency medical technician or paramedic recertification training upon application to the department and payment of a nonrefundable fee to be deposited into the Emergency Medical Services Trust Fund. Institutions conducting department-approved educational programs as provided in this chapter and licensed ambulance services are exempt from the application process and payment of fees. The department shall adopt rules for the application and payment of a fee not to exceed the actual cost of administering this approval process.
(3) To be eligible for recertification as provided in s. 401.27, certified emergency medical technicians and paramedics must provide proof of completion of training conducted pursuant to this section. The department shall accept the written affirmation of a licensee’s or a department-approved educational program’s medical director as documentation that the certificateholder has completed a minimum of 30 hours of recertification training as provided herein.
History.s. 32, ch. 99-397.
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