Kentucky has the following EMS Educator Levels:
EMT Initial of Continuing Education Courses
AEMT or Paramedic Initial or Continuing Education Courses
An applicant to become a Kentucky certified EMS educator shall be certified or licensed as an Emergency Medical Responder (EMR), Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), Paramedic.
Registered Nurses (RN)s and Physicians (MD or DO) not holding an EMS License or Certification may obtain a Restricted EMS Educator (Level IIIR) Only.
EMS Educator Checklist (KBEMS-E17)
An individual seeking certification as an EMS Educator shall:
LEVEL I and II
NOTE: All teaching must meet the objectives of the National Emergency Medical Services Education Standards Instructional Guidelines and EMS Scope of Practice Model National Education for EMR, EMT, AEMT, or Paramedic.
A person certified by the board as an EMS Educator shall be eligible to renew following the requirements below:
An EMS Educator that is currently licensed or certified in another state may apply for Reciprocity of their EMS Educator credentials.
Reciprocity Educator Checklist KBEMS-E18
An EMS Educator that has let their Educator (formerly Instructor) certification lapse may apply for reinstatement.
Reinstatement Educator Checklist KBEMS-E18
An EMS Educator that needs to have Temporary Certification in Kentucky. This level of Certification is NOT renewable.
Temporary Educator Checklist KBEMS-E18