What if you actually ENJOYED your EMT Refresher?
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OVER 100 HOURS OF REFRESHINGLY ENGAGING REFRESHER COURSES
EMT Refresher Courses: EMT, AEMT, Paramedics & EMS Medical professionals are required to get continuing education to maintain their licenses or certifications in most states. FOAMfrat provides EMT's, AEMT's, Paramedics and other EMS workers with these necessary training hours, test prep and all the automated reporting required to make your certification, recertification and refresher as easy as possible. Our EMT Refresher courses are some of the most affordable - but also simply THE most engaging, unique and interesting content you will find ANYWHERE. Learn online at your own pace - and actually ENJOY your ongoing education.
FOAMfrat EMT Refresher courses meet all NREMT requirements and are accredited by CAPCE, CCP-C, EP-C IBSC, NREMT, ENA and more. If you have any questions, please contact us for immediate, live assistance. (888) 668-1886
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200 hours of On-Demand Content
Live Classes Monday - Friday
Critical Care & Mechanical Ventilation Modules
Meets all Recertification Requirements for NREMT
IBSC FP-C / CCP-C Approved Refresher
CAPCE and ENA Accredited
An ever-growing range of content
"...I have never been taught in a way that's as stimulating..."
"...transformed the way I see continuing education..."
We get it... you wouldn't be here if you didn't HAVE to get your refresher to maintain your license. However, so many medical professionals just like you wind up subscribing and learning even when they don't have to because we truly make learning fun... sort of a refreshing way to enjoy your Refresher. Read what others have to say:
Just want to say a HUGE "Thank-you" for the amazing airway and respiratory content as part of the F3 F5 Refresher. You guys have broken down so many essential steps into easily digestible nuggets of information, that have really stuck with me. Despite being a paramedic for 20 years (this year) I have never been taught in a way that's as stimulating, and is changing my practice at the same time.
Thanks so much! FOAMFrat Rocks!
I just subscribed a few days ago and have just now started the first few lessons. It is MUCH more engaging than the usual CE material I am accustomed to and I am actually excited to get on and following through the program. Keep up the great work!! Looking forward to the live review!
You guys are hilarious, I’m working thorough some modules today. With that being said, this is the best refresher by far I’ve had. Easy to follow along, great tips and some things I’ve never seen before that make a lot of sense!
Foamfrat has transformed the way I see con ed. I signed up because I needed additional hours for my National Registry recert, but it wasn't long until I found myself coming back not just for the hours, but for the valuable content. As a science major, I love the emphasis on physiology and on the underlying "why" of treatments. The live sessions are engaging, and the breadth of the prerecorded content means there's something there for everyone. Whether you're wanting a better understanding of acid-base disorders or ventilator management, or you just need a refresher on the basics, Foamfrat will help you maximize your potential as a medic. It's been worth every dime.
I love FOAMfrat! Tyler and Sam are fantastic educators that make topics come alive. I don't even need any more CME's but I still do the live classes to keep the topics fresh. I also use the asynchronous learning when I want to brush up on a topic before I have to teach. I highly recommend these classes.
I love your content. I don’t understand why they never discussed subjects in this way in medic school. Your content puts other continuing ed to shame. I especially appreciate the subjects on airway management. One company I work for has discussed losing intubation as a skill due to poor success rates. The other company has taken away DL and is now VL only due to poor success rates with DL. I think if they did airway education like foam frat, they may have better results.