Documents, Forms and Meeting Minutes

Documents, Forms and Meeting Minutes

Apply to Take a Practical Exam

Use these forms to apply for a Vermont EMR or EMT practical examination. These forms also serve as license applications, so you do not need to submit additional paperwork after completing the licensing requirements. AEMT and Paramedic candidates register for a practical exam through their course instructor.

If you are a Registered Nurse or Physician Assistant, you can apply to challenge the exam and obtain a Vermont license at any level without taking a course. Challenging the exam will not result in a National Registry certification.

 

EMS Agency Administration
Instructor/Coordinator Resources
  • AEMT Testing and Licensing Information: This document guides AEMT instructors on course completion requirements, preparing students for National AEMT testing and applying for Vermont AEMT licensure. 
  • EMS Student Manual: This manual provides important information to students in initial EMS courses about course logistics and prepares them for examinations and licensure.
  • Peer Mentor Evaluation Form - Presentation (I/C Bridge Course): Use this form if you are an existing Instructor/Coordinator who is mentoring/evaluating a student in an I/C Bridge Course. A separate form must be completed for each presentation the I/C Bridge candidate leads.
  • Peer Mentor Evaluation Form - Comprehensive (I/C Bridge Course): Use this form if you are an existing Instructor/Coordinator who is mentoring/evaluating a student in an I/C Bridge Course. This form is to be completed as an overall assessment of the candidate after he or she has delivered all presentations.
  • Instructor/Coordinator Administrative Guide: NOTE: This guide is currently being revised. If you have questions, please contact State Training Administrator Bambi Dame.
  • Vermont EMS Rapid Sequence Intubation Course Manual: This manual outlines the RSI education and CQI program requirements for both RSI paramedics and RSI assistants.
Practical Exam Site Resources
Become a HEARTSafe Community

Refer to the documents in this section to apply to become a Heart Safe Community:

Please send completed HEARTSafe applications to the Vermont EMS Office by emailing [email protected] or by mailing to Vermont EMS, PO Box 70, Burlington 05402-0070. 

Public Access Defibrillation (PAD)
  • PAD Registration Form: Use this form to notify the Vermont Department of Health that a public access defibrillator has been placed at your location.
  • PAD Legislation: This is the text of legislation that created the Public Access Defibrillation program and provides instructions for registering defibrillators with the Vermont Department of Health.

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