The Delaware Division of Public Health, Emergency Medical Services Requirements

Paramedic licenses expire on May 31 of even-numbered years (2018, 2020). Title 24 § 1700, 14.2.1. Delaware Board of Medical Licensure and Discipline renewal information.
 
Emergency medical technician certificates must be renewed every two (2) years by March 31, or if Nationally Registered, for a period to coincide with their NREMT card, also March 31. Title 1 § 700, 14.3.1 Requirements for certification and re-certification EMTs are determined by the Delaware State Fire Prevention Commission.
 
Emergency medical responder certificates must be renewed every two (2) years by the date of initial certification. Title 1 § 700, 16.3. NREMT is optional. The Delaware State Fire School manages all EMR certifications for the State of Delaware.
 
Requirements for Paramedics:
Current registration as an EMT-Paramedic with the NREMT. Title 24 § 1700, 14.2.1.1. Must meet the Delaware and NREMT requirements for recertification. Title 24 § 1700, 14.2.1.2.
    -48 hours every two years of EMT-Paramedic Refresher Education program. Title 24 § 1700, 14.2.1.2.1.
    -24 hours of CME. Title 24 § 1700, 14.2.1.2.2.
    -One hour of recognition of child abuse training. Title 24 § 1723(c).
 
Requirements for EMTs:                   
Complete an approved in-State Delaware EMT refresher course. Title 1 § 700, 14.3.3.1.1.
40 hours every two years, NREMT. Title 1 § 700, 14.3.4.1
 
Requirements for EMRs:
Complete an approved EMR refresher course. Title 1 § 700, 16.4.1.1
12 hours every two years                                     
 
For more information visit: Delaware Division of Public Health, Emergency Medical Services