How do I sign up for sessions?
You may attend any of the main conference sessions as part of your regular registration fee; preconference workshops and special events are an additional fee.
We recommend you choose topics you wouldn't get at home or in regular continuing education classes. So we can plan seating, we ask that you tell us which sessions you THINK you'll attend (that's what those numbers on the registration form are for!); of course, you're free to change your mind once you get to the conference.
Be sure to check off the CEH box on the registration form and supply us with your licensing information so we know you need a certificate. When you come to the conference, be sure to stop by the CEH desk. You'll verify your license number and email address. At the end of each session, you'll turn in a ticket to obtain CEH for that session. Within a few days after the conference, you'll be able to go online and print out your certificate. Although courses are submitted to CECBEMS for approval, if you have any questions about your state's CEH policies please check with your training officer or state EMS office.
If a speaker/presenter has supplied handouts for their session, they will be available for print and/or download on our website. We suggest you print out the handouts for the sessions you plan to attend, prior to arriving at the conference, to maximize learning and retention.
Admission to the exhibit hall is included with all conference registrations. In addition, exhibit hall passes are available for only $10 before February 3, 2012.
Unless your spouse/friend has purchased a conference registration, they will not be allowed into sessions. Exhibit hall passes may be purchased, either in advance or on site. Although the exhibit hall is intended for adults, children will be allowed access during show days but must be under parents' supervision at all times. Children are not permitted in the hall during move-in or move-out.
View the complete list of all the Ride-Alongs, tours, and observations (link available soon). Sign up in advance by contacting the host agency.
* Please note: These are only available to registered attendees only.
Although attendees at EMS Today wear every style of clothing from suits to jeans, you can't go wrong with "business casual" attire. We encourage you to wear your uniform on Thursday. And don't forget to pack comfortable clothes and a jacket for exploring Baltimore.
- Paramedics, EMTs, First Responders
- EMS Chiefs, Managers, Supervisors
- Fire Service EMS Personnel
- Rescue, Tactical and Special Ops
- Medical Directors and Nurses
- Public Safety Officials