|Senate Counsel & Research||State of Minnesota|
|S.F. No. 2621 - Minimum Pass Rate for EMT Training Programs|
|Author:||Senator Gary Kubly|
|Prepared by:||David Giel, Senate Research (296-7178)|
|Date:||March 13, 2006|
Section 1 (144E.285, subdivision 1) requires all Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) training
programs to maintain a minimum average yearly pass rate on the state EMT certification exam that
is equal to the national average pass rate on the exam, as determined by the percentage of candidates
who pass on the first try.
A program not meeting the standard shall be placed on probation with a performance improvement plan approved by the Emergency Medical Services Regulatory Board, which regulates these training programs. If a training program fails to meet the pass rate standard after two years in which an EMT initial course has been taught, the board may take further disciplinary action.
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