NREMT Psychomotor Exam - June 12, 2021

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NREMT Psychomotor Exam - June 12, 2021

All candidates MUST register with VT EMS Office as well as registering here. Full exam or retests for: EMR, EMT, or AEMT candidates

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Vermont Tech - Bennington Campus 210 South Street Bennington, VT 05201

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About this event

All candidates must register with Vermont Department of Health EMS Office as well as registering here 2 WEEKS PRIOR TO THE EXAM. Late registrations are not accpeted by the NREMT.

Exam Levels

  • Full or retest - EMR, EMT (VT/NR psychomotor exam) & AEMT (National Registry psychomotor exam)

Start Times:

  • EMR/EMT Promptly at 09:00, students should arrive 15-30 minutes early
  • AEMT Promptly at 13:00, students should arrive 15-30 minutes early

If you are applying for a retest, please select the number of stations you must retest. If you are retesting more than three (3) stations, you must pay the full exam fee. 

Advanced registration and payment is required and you must contact the Vermont EMS Office and provide your PATT by March 4, 2021.  Failure to register with VDH EMS or pay this fee will result in you not being authorized to take the exam.


There are no refunds within 2 days of the exam. If you do not attend the exam you do not receive a refund and it is non-transferable. Refunds do not include the Eventbrite fee.

Safety Precautions:

    • SAFETY OFFICER - A safety officer who is knowledgeable about the most current health and safety requirements must be appointed. This person must be physically present for the duration of the training or testing session and have the authority to stop or modify activities or dismiss participants to ensure compliance with requirements.
    • FACE MASKS & EYE PROTECTION REQUIRED - All participants must wear a face-covering while in the facility or, if outdoors, while in proximity to others.
    • PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT - When participating in a skill session or scenario that requires close contact with another student, instructor or patient, personal protective equipment must additionally include eye protection and gloves.
    • Social Distancing - The facility used must provide sufficient space for adequate social distancing of participants.  Activities should always be spaced 6 feet apart and students should maintain adequate social distancing (>6’) unless close contact is absolutely necessary.   Education and testing activities should be carried out with the minimum number of participants present.
    • Routine Cleaning and Disinfection - The facility must be routinely cleaned and disinfected and have sufficient disinfection supplies on hand.  All equipment must be disinfected between uses to the satisfaction of the safety officer. In addition, the facility must support access to handwashing and/or hand sanitizer.