EMT Certification
INITIAL CA EMT CERTIFICATION
  1. Successfully complete an EMT program.
  2. Obtain an approved CPR card.
  3. Obtain your National Registry Emergency Medical Technician certificate.
  4. Have a valid CA driver's license.
  5. Complete a Livescan background check.
  6. Complete SLO EMSA EMT application.
  7. Fill out DMV forms.
  8. Pay $100 application fee.
CA EMT RE-CERTIFICATION
  1. Complete SLO EMSA EMT application.
  2. Have valid CPR card
  3. Complete a Skills Verification Form.
  4. Have a valid CA driver's license.
  5. Complete 24 hours of CE, or a 24 hour EMT refresher course
  6. Livescan background check is NOT required if certification has been previously done through County of SLO EMS Agency
  7. Fill out DMV forms.
  8. Pay $62 application fee.
COUNTY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO HEALTH AGENCY
PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES DIVISION
Working to assure that our county’s residents and visitors receive optimal prehospital care on a daily basis and protection during public health emergencies.
Re-Certifying?  Email your application packet, or request appointment for walk-in: ascott@co.slo.ca.us
Fax your application packet: 805-788-2517
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Last updated 6/30/2017
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Effective September 1, 2017 walk in hours:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 0900 - 1100