EMT-Intermediate/85

EMT-Intermediate/85 candidates are allowed three (3) full attempts to pass the psychomotor examination (one "full attempt" is defined as completing all four (4) skills and two retesting opportunities if so entitled).

Candidates who fail a full attempt or any portion of a second retest must submit official documentation of remedial training over all skills before starting the next full attempt of the psychomotor examination and re-examining over all four (4) skills, provided all other requirements for National Certification are fulfilled. This official documentation must be signed by the EMT-Intermediate/85 Training Program Director or Physician Director of training/operations that verifies remedial training over all skills has occurred since the last unsuccessful attempt and the candidate has demonstrated competence in all skills.

Should a candidate fail the third full and final attempt of the psychomotor examination, the candidate must complete a new, state-approved EMT-Intermediate/85 Training Program.



EMT-Intermediate/99

EMT-Intermediate/99 candidates are allowed three (3) full attempts to pass the psychomotor examination (one "full attempt" is defined as completing all skills and two retesting opportunities if so entitled).

Candidates who fail a full attempt or any portion of a second retest must submit official documentation of remedial training over all skills before starting the next full attempt of the psychomotor examination and re-examining over all eleven (11) skills, provided all other requirements for National Certification are fulfilled. This official documentation must be signed by the EMT Training Program Director or Physician Medical Director of training/operations that verifies remedial training over all skills has occurred since the last unsuccessful attempt and the candidate has demonstrated competence in all skills.

Should a candidate fail the third full and final attempt of the psychomotor examination, the candidate must complete a new, state-approved EMT-Intermediate/99 Training Program.



Paramedic

Paramedic candidates are allowed three (3) full attempts to pass the psychomotor examination (one "full attempt" is defined as completing all twelve (12) skills and two retesting opportunities if so entitled).

Candidates who fail a full attempt or any portion of a second retest must submit official documentation of remedial training over all skills before starting the next full attempt of the psychomotor examination and re-examining over all twelve (12) skills, provided all other requirements for National Certification are fulfilled. This official documentation must be signed by the EMT-Paramedic Training Program Director or Physician Director of training/operations that verifies remedial training over all skills has occurred since the last unsuccessful attempt and the candidate has demonstrated competence in all skills.

Should a candidate fail the third full and final attempt of the psychomotor examination, the candidate must complete a new, state-approved EMT-Paramedic Training Program.