Initial license for an individual who is specially trained in emergency cardiac, trauma, and other lifesaving or emergency procedures at the paramedic level.
An individual who is specially trained in emergency cardiac, trauma, and other lifesaving or emergency procedures in a training program or course of instruction and who is examined and licensed as an emergency medical technician paramedic.
All licenses expire on June 30 of even-numbered years regardless of the issue date.
At least 18 years of age, currently licensed as a Wisconsin EMT-basic or higher, and no substantially related arrests or convictions.
Applications are only available through an individuals E-licensing account. To create one go this website, click the Create Account button and follow the directions
Proof of successful completion of an approved paramedic course; current CPR (for the professional) ACLS; and PALS or PEPP and successful completion of the National Registry written and practical exam.
Chapter 256, EMS personnel, licensure, certification, and training.
WI Administrative Code
DHS 110, Licensing of EMT Paramedic.