Online CE Tracker
St. Anthony Pre-Hospital Services can help you keep track and print your CE records. Our online CE records system is available 24/7 and tracks CE records from 2005-current. There are no fees or any other obligations to participate. By selecting one of the options below, existing users can "Log In" to their accounts, new users may "Create an Account", or you can "Reset Your Password" if you have forgotten it.
If you are having trouble creating a new account, you may already have a CE Account.
- Your Username will be your birthday plus the last four digits of your social security number: mmddyyss#.
- Try using your last name with a capital first letter as your password.
If you are still having trouble logging in contact Pamela Ice, PamelaIce@Centura.org or 720-321-8970.
State-Approved Skills Verification
St. Anthony PreHospital Services offers skills verification for EMS providers. Participants must be currently nationally registered or state certified needing documentation for skills verification for Colorado or National Registry recertification.
One hour sessions available from 8 a.m. to noon each of the following dates:
- November 20, 2017
The skills verification is $35. There are no refunds for cancellations.
Register for a Session
Continuing Education Topics at a Glance
Category Topic Descriptions
- Airway & Breathing - Airway management, ventilation & o2 therapy
- Cardiology - Cardiovascular compromise, cardiac arrest & non-traumatic chest pain/discomfort
- Medical Emergencies - Allergic reaction, near-drowning, overdose, altered mental status, behavioral problems, seizures, diabetes & exposure to heat/cold
- Obstetrics & Pediatrics - Infant or child with cardiac arrest, shock/hypo-perfusion, respiratory distress, trauma, fever & suspected abuse/neglect. Care of the newborn & obstetric patient before & following delivery of newborn
- Patient Assessment - Scene size-up, patient assessment, history taking, physical exam, clinical decision making, communications, & documentation
- Preparatory - EMS systems, roles & responsibilities, well being of EMT, medical/legal issues, ethics, human body, pathophysiology, pharmacology, baseline vital signs & history taking
- Trauma - Rapid trauma assessment, mechanism of injury, kinetics of trauma, hemorrhage, hypo-perfusion/shock & burns. Painful, swollen, deformed extremity. Soft tissue, musculoskeletal, head, spine, eye, face, neck, chest, thoracic, abdomen & genitalia injuries.
- Operational Tasks - Lifting & moving, communicate with pts, ambulance operations, gaining access, extrication, hazardous materials, MCI, crime scene awareness & weapons of mass destruction
- Electives - Any other information that relates to the knowledge EMTs need to do their jobs
What does count as CE
- Colorado Approved Training Centers Lectures & Presentations
- Dispatch Training (NR allows 12 hours Maximum)
- Emergency Driving Training (NR allows 12 hours Maximum)
- EMT Refresher Course Instruction
- Teaching CPR (NR allows 12 hours Maximum)
- Wilderness EMS Training
- Card Courses (NR allows 16 hours maximum per course)
- Advanced Burn Life Support
- Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
- Advanced Medical Life Support (AMLS)
- Auto Extrication (AE)
- Basic Trauma Life Support
- Neo-Natal Advanced Life Support (NALS)
- Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
- Pediatric Education for Prehospital Professionals (PEPP)
- Pediatric Prehospital Course (PPC)
- Pre Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS)
- Advanced Trauma Life Support (no maximum)
- Distributive Education (must be state or CECBEMS approved)
- On-line Courses/Classes
- Jems Articles
- Non-Instructor Learning
- College Courses (NR allows a Maximum of 24 hours)
- Cellular Biology
- Communications & Sociology (3 hours maximum)
Things That Cannot Be Applied Toward CE Hours
- Clinical Rotations
- First Responder Course
- Home Study Programs
- Instructor Courses
- Management/Leadership Courses
- Performance of Duty
- Preceptor Hours
- Serving as a skill examiner
- Volunteer time with agencies