avatar February 21, 2012, 4:32 am

Kansas

by: Mike    Category: EMT Classes By State
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You want to become an EMT in Kansas and you want to know the EMT requirements? We have prepared this quick information sheet on EMT jobs perspective and requirements. Please note that all states require EMT classes’ confirmation and EMT certification. However, some States are more rigorous in their selection of EMTs.

 

Kansas stats:

Kansas population: 2,871,238

Number of hospitals in Kansas: 21

 

 

General EMT requirements:

  • Be over 18 of age
  • High School Diploma
  • Clean criminal record
  • Completed an EMT classes

 

Specific Kansas EMT requirements:

The Kansas Board of Emergency Medical Services is taking care of all EMT classes in this state. The renewal rate is as low as $30 per license (up to $60 for specialization). In addition to the NREMT exam, you are request to pass the SKEMS exam (regulated under the KBEMT). To become a certified EMT in Kansas you must fulfill the course requirements of an approved Kansas EMT course that follows the D.O.T. National Standard Curriculum for EMT and Paramedics. You can find a lot of information about EMT classes and programs on their website.

Kansas EMT other specification:

 

The hourly wages vary greatly in this State. The entry salary level is at $7.95 and it goes up to $21.70. This is why it is so important to improve your EMT certification and become a paramedic.

 
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