UKREMT : ©2016
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Professional Pre-Hospital Care Provider Verification & Registration
The UK Registry of EMTs provides a registration body for emergency medical professionals across all grades in order to verify training and competency within the Pre-hospital emergency care sector.
Our Registrant's meet these minimum requirements: (as per our T&Cs)
36 Hours of CPD
Each year our full registrants must complete at least 36 hours of Continued Professional Development in order to remain registered, the amount of CPD increases the higher UKREMT grade you hold.
Min level of Training Hours
Required minimum training hour as laid down as industry standard for each level on the UKREMT to gain registry, the minimum level does vary dependant on the qualification and grade on the registry and will include minimum clinical hours for levels F and above.
100% Percent of Member Audited
All UKREMT full registrants are audited before registration is given. Then re-audited every two years when anyone is requesting to remain on the register, no applicant will be accepted without photo ID that matches their certificates.
Fitness to Practice
All full registrants will agree to our Fittness to Practice guidelines for UK EMTs and follow the EMT Code at all times.
Current Patient Contact
All UKREMT full registrants must demonstrate current patient experience. No of hours of patient contact hours and experience must be documented before registration at grades F, G and H.
Compliance of Skills Grades G & H
As well as the initial registration assessment of their qualifications and ID, all those requiring registration with grades higher then skills grade G, may be asked to pass a written clinical and if needed a practical skills assessment (OSCE). This is to ensure that those registrants listed with the UKREMT have current up-to-date practice and skills knowledge.
We are passionate about getting as many U.K's professional pre-hospital care providers registered with the UKREMT which is non-statutory, not for profit and of course voluntary, but we also need your help! Please share this web site across the U.K's pre-hospital care community, also if you have any ideas for the site in order to make it a success we welcome of course any emails to make it better for our registrants. Help us to make statutory registration a requirement of practice in the UK.
We do accept registration from Paramedics and above but in reality the scheme is for those outside that scope of practice.
Current EMT Documents:
Our Values & Mission
To provide a Pre-Hospital registry that has verifiable skills and training for all registrants.
Our registrants meet the industry standard for medical training to provide the Life Support skills applicable to their UKREMT grade.
Our registrants have current certification along with current patient contact hours to show experience as well as qualification & grade.
All our full registrants are fully audited every two years. Show at least 30 CPD hours and current patient experience to remain on our registry.
UKREMT : ©2016
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Registration in the UK for EMTs is non-statutory, but we would like to eventually see this changing and all those working in a pre-hospital setting be registered with a UK registration body.
UKREMT.org Limited. Registered Office: 20-22 Wenlock Street, London, N1 7GU.
c/o UKREMT.org Limited. Registered Office: 20-22 Wenlock Street, London, N1 7GU.
Important information as of the 1st January 2018 we have had to start charging for new registrations as it is now getting to the point of becoming more demanding on our officers time.
Associate Registrants will be £20 per two years.
with the option to purchase a Members Card £5 and Certifcate £10
Full Registrants will be £45 per two years.
with free ID card, and Free Downloadable Certificate with option to purchase a hard copy at £5.
All those that applied in 2017 will remain free until reregistration.
We will in 2018 be making representation to the UK goverment for protected title of the term EMT, but we need many more members to prove a want by our members to proceed with this and to evidence the need to the government.