Getting Started

How do I create a new Fisdap account?

Managing Students

Instructor accounts used for managing students within Fisdap are free. You may have created an account for yourself as part of the setup process when your program was first established in Fisdap, or another faculty member at your program (such as a clinical coordinator or program director) may have created one for you. If you don’t yet have a Fisdap instructor account, talk to your program director about getting one set up.

Continuing Ed

Instructor accounts used for continuing education courses require a payment. We offer two courses: Preceptor Training and the Transition Course. If you have permission, you can upgrade your existing instructor account to include access to Preceptor Training. Alternatively, you can take either course on your own by creating a separate Fisdap account with course access.

 

How do I order accounts for my students?

You can place an order online and instantly receive an email with new serial numbers you can give to your students. To do so:

  1. Go to the Account tab.
  2. Click the orange Order Accounts button at the top right.
  3. On the Account Order/Upgrade page, click on the Order New link under the Student Accounts section.
  4. Focus on the gray Instructor Ordered Accounts box at the top half of the page.
  5. Select the student certification level, quantity (number of students) and products you want the students to have. If you have two classes, one  of EMT and one of paramedic students, you will place two separate orders.
  6. Choose your payment method: Order with Invoice or Order with Credit Card. If you choose Order with Invoice, you have the option to type in a purchase order and we will send you a bill. If you choose Order with Credit Card, you can make a secure payment with Visa, Mastercard or Discover. Either way, you will receive an email with the serial numbers, one for each student.

 

What is an activation code?

An activation code is a series of letters and numbers that identifies your school and indicates which products your students’ accounts should have access to, depending on how your school uses Fisdap. When your students set up new accounts using their activation codes, they will automatically belong to the correct school and have access to the correct products.

There are two types of activation codes: prepaid codes and unpaid codes.

Prepaid activation codes

Prepaid codes are purchased by the school and do not require payment from the students. They are formatted like this: 22-746c14377b9d9-135f. They use capital letters A through F and numbers 0 through 9. (Hint: if a prepaid activation code has a 0, it’s a zero, not the letter O.)

Unpaid activation codes

Unpaid codes require payment from the students and are formatted like this: JS-192B. The first part of the code identifies the school, and the last part of the code indicates which Fisdap products the students need to access. The dash is also important, so be sure to include that when giving this code to your students. (Another tip: all the letters should be capitalized.)

No matter which type of code you give your students, they will enter it in the same place to create their accounts. Check out the Instructions for Students to Create their Fisdap Accounts for more detailed information.

 

Account Settings

Important: Please note that your ability to view and edit information and setting in Fisdap depends on the permission settings assigned to your account. Additional restrictions may be set by your institution. For more information, contact your program director. 

How do I change my password?

You have to be logged in to Fisdap to change your password.

To change your password:

  1. Go to the orange Account tab.
  2. Select the orange Edit my Fisdap account tab.
  3. Type in your new password and confirm it.
  4. Click Save.

 

What if I forgot my username or password?

If you’ve forgotten your Fisdap username or password, you can follow these steps to receive an email with your username, password hint, and a link to reset your password.

Fisdap support staff are not authorized to reset your password for you. If you call or email, we will help walk you through these steps or encourage you to reach out to another instructor at your school who can reset passwords.

Hint: your email is not your username.

To get a password hint or reset your password:

  1. Go to the home page and click the Member Log In link.
  2. Click the Forgot your log in? link.
  3. You will be prompted to type in your email address. It’s important that you give us the email address that you registered with Fisdap.
  4. Follow the remaining prompts, and we’ll send you an email with your username, the hint you created to help you remember your password, and a link to reset your password if the hint does not help you remember it.

 

How do I change my student's graduation date?

Graduation dates in Fisdap serve two main purposes: to organize your students in filters throughout the website and a way to expire student accounts after they complete the course. 

If students need more time to complete the course, you can extend their graduation date. If student leaves the course prior to completion, you can mark them as left program.

Students self-report their graduation date when they first create their account. After that, they cannot change it. Only an instructor who can edit student accounts will be able to change a student's graduation date.

Graduation status definitions:

  • In Progress: Indicates that the student is currently enrolled in your program and has not yet graduated.
  • Left program: Indicates that the student left the program prior to graduating.
  • Graduated: Indicates that the student graduated from the program.
  • Completed but Failed to Graduate: Indicates that the student completed the program but failed to graduate.

To change a single student's graduation date/status:

  1. Go to the orange Account tab.
  2. Under the Student Accounts section, click Student Account Information.
  3. Use the filters or type in the name of the student whose account you need to edit.
  4. Change the student's graduate date or status in the righthand column.
  5. Be sure to save your changes.

To change the graduation date/status for a group of students:

  1. Go to the orange Account tab.
  2. Under the Student Accounts section, click on the Graduation Status link.
  3. Use the filter to find the students whose accounts you need to edit. Click the checkbox to the left of each student's name.
  4. Under Graduation Settings, choose what information you want to edit.
  5. Be sure to save your changes.

 

Scheduler

How do I schedule a shift?

To add shifts to the Scheduler,

  1. Go to the orange Shifts tab.
  2. Click on the Schedule link.
  3. Click on the + Field Shift, + Clinical Shift, or + Lab Shift button, depending on which type of shift you want to add.
  4. Enter all of the information about the shift or series of shifts you are adding (only the first Shift Details tab is required), and click Create Shift(s).

 

How many shifts can be created on a single shift?

The recommended maximum number of shifts created on a single shift series is 500.

 

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What happens if I need to cancel a shift?

Canceling, or deleting, a shift will remove the shift from the schedules of any students that were signed up for that shift. Deleting a shift will also remove all information associated with the shift, including shift history and any student Skills Tracker data that may have been entered.

To delete a shift:

  1. Go to the orange Shifts tab.
  2. Click on the Schedule link.
  3. Click on the shift you want to cancel.
  4. Click on the Delete button.

If this shift takes place in the future and is part of a repeating series, you will need to choose whether you want to delete Just This Shift or Multiple Shifts in the Series.

• Just this Shift - deletes only the single shift that you have selected.

• Multiple Shifts in the Series - deletes shifts in the series that take place on the dates you select from the calendars beneath it. (By default, the calendars will select shifts that fall on or after the date of the shift you have selected, but you can select and deselect shifts by clicking on each date or using the date pickers to select a range.)

5. Click the Continue button to save changes. If students, instructors, and/or preceptors  were scheduled for that shift or group of shifts, they will receive an automatic email alert from Fisdap notifying them that their shift was canceled.

 

 

How do I edit a shift?

To edit a shift:

Go to the orange Shifts tab.

  1. Click on the Schedule link.
  2. Click on the shift you want to edit.
  3. Click on the Edit button.

If this shift takes place in the future and is part of a repeating series, you will need to choose whether you want to edit Just This Shift or Multiple Shifts in the Series. (If this shift takes place in the past, you cannot edit the shift itself, but you can still Assign/Drop students, or Delete the shift.)

• Just this Shift - edits only the single shift that you have selected.

• Multiple Shifts in the Series - edits shifts in the series that take place on the dates you select from the calendars beneath. (By default, the calendars will select shifts that fall on or after the date of the shift you have selected, but you can select and deselect shifts by clicking on each date or using the date pickers to select a range.)

5. Click the Continue button to go to the Edit Shift interface.

6. Make your changes to the shift or group of repeating shifts you selected, and click Save Shifts. If students, instructors, and/or preceptors were scheduled for that shift or group of shifts, they will receive an automatic email alert from Fisdap notifying them that their shift was edited.

 

 

What is Shared Scheduler?

Shared Scheduler icon

 

The concept of Shared Scheduler is fairly simple: If you are using the Fisdap Scheduler, you can share available shifts with other programs or institutions as a way to combine schedules and minimize double-booking. This facilitates the scheduling of students from multiple programs at those select shared sites.

 

Shared Scheduler works on a per site basis. To set up or manage your Shared Scheduler network:

1. Go to the orange Account tab.

2. Click on the Sites link (under Program Settings).

3. Choose the site for which you would like to manage sharing, and click Edit.

4. On the Edit Site page, click on the gray Sharing Network tab.

5. There are a few possible options on this tab, depending on the status of the sharing network at this site.

• No Sharing Network:
If no one has set up a sharing network for this site yet, click the blue
Request Sharing button to send a request to Fisdap to start a network for this site.

• Join an Existing Network:
If other programs have already set up a sharing network for this site, click the blue Request Sharing button to send a request to the Admin to join the network. Once the Admin approves your request, you will be added to the network and shared shifts will appear on your calendar. Depending on whether the Admin gives you permission, you may also have the ability to create shifts that are shared with the rest of the network. Shared shifts will appear on your calendar  with the Shared icon:

• Member of an Existing Network:
If the Admin does not permit your program to create shared shifts for this site, you are a Member of the sharing network. You can always remove yourself from the network by selecting your program name from the Sharing list on the right and moving it into the Not Sharing list on the left.

• Admin of an Existing Network:
If the Admin does permit your program to create shared shifts for this site, you are also considered an Admin of the sharing network. (When you create or edit shifts, you can decide on a per-shift-basis whether you want to share the shift, and with whom.) You can accept sharing requests by selecting programs in the Not Sharing list and moving them into the Sharing list on the right; you can also remove programs from the network (including your own) by selecting them in the Sharing list and moving them into the Not Sharing list on the left. Additionally, you can edit other programs’ permissions by selecting them in the Sharing list and clicking
Edit.

 

What is compliance?

Compliance is a feature of the Fisdap Scheduler that allows you to assign requirements to your students and instructors, and track their progress as they complete each one. Requirements can be anything from immunizations, to training, to background checks and fingerprinting - basically anything you need to keep track of. Once requirements are assigned, you can see whether or not your students are compliant to attend their shifts by viewing their compliance status on the calendar.

Compliance also works with Shared Scheduler and allows you to share requirements among the programs in your network. This ensures that students from all programs in the network are held accountable to a shared set of requirements that is set by the sharing Admin.

 

How do I create a requirement?

To add a new requirement,
1. Go to the orange Account tab.

2. Click on the Requirements link (under Program Settings).

OR

1. From anywhere in the Scheduler, go to the Compliance drop down menu.

2. Click on the Requirements link.

3. Click on the + Requirement button.

4. Enter all of the information about the requirement you are adding and click Save.

 
 

How do I assign a requirement?

To assign an existing requirement,
1. Go to the orange Account tab.
2. Click on the Requirements link (under Program Settings).

OR

1. From anywhere in the Scheduler, go to the Compliance drop down menu.
2. Click on the Requirements link.
3. Locate the requirement (or requirements) you would like to assign and select by clicking the checkbox.
4. Click the gray Assign button.

 

To assign requirements to students:

Select student names and move them into the Selected Students list to assign the requirement to them, or into the Available Students list to unassign it. (If you have a long list of Available students, you can use the filters to narrow it down, or type your student’s name in the search box.) Once you have configured your students, use the date picker to select when the requirement will be due and click Save.

To assign requirements to instructors:

In the “Select from a list of” option, flip the button to “instructors”. Select instructor names and move them into the Selected Instructors list to assign the requirement to them, or into the Available Instructors list to unassign it. Once you have configured your instructors, use the date picker to select when the requirement will be due and click Save.

 

What if I need to cancel a requirement?

If there is a requirement in your system that you no longer want to use, you can deactivate it. Deactivated requirements will not show up anywhere beyond your Manage Requirements page and will not affect the compliance statuses of the people it was previously assigned to. For all intents and purposes, it will be invisible (but you can reactivate it at any time, and all assignments and compliance statuses will return when you do).


To deactivate a requirement,
1. Go to the orange Account tab.
2. Click on the Requirements link (under Program Settings).

OR

1. From anywhere in the Scheduler, go to the Compliance drop down menu.
2. Click on the Requirements link.
3. Locate the requirement you would like to deactivate in the list and toggle the switch to Inactive.
4. Click Ok to confirm.

 

What is the difference between Program and Site requirements?

There are two types that you can choose between when setting up requirements: Program and Site.

Program Requirements :

This type is ideal for requirements that you want people to fulfill regardless of sites they will be attending when they go on their shifts. If someone does not fulfill a Program requirement, they will look non-compliant for all of their shifts. An example of a Program requirement might be: Get Student ID Photo Taken.

If you are using Shared Scheduler, note that Program requirements cannot be shared and are visible only to people from your program. People from other programs in your network cannot see your students’ Program requirements. Therefore, if your student is non-compliant for a Program requirement, they will appear non-compliant to you, but they will appear compliant to people from other programs in your network. This allows you to track requirements that are important to your program independently of requirements that are important to the Admin of the site you are sending people to.


Site Requirements :

This type is ideal for requirements that you want people to fulfill for specific sites. If someone does not fulfill a Site requirement, he will look non-compliant only for shifts that take place at the selected sites. Another feature of Site requirements is that they are automatically assigned to anyone who signs up for (or is assigned to) a shift at the selected sites. This allows you to decide whether to assign these requirements yourself ahead of time (useful for sites that your students will definitely attend), or to wait and let the system assign them for you once your student is on a shift at the selected sites (useful for sites that your students rarely attend and would not otherwise need to fulfill the requirement).

If you are using Shared Scheduler and are an Admin, you can share Site requirements with the other programs in your network. Sharing a Site requirement will automatically assign it to everyone currently scheduled to attend a shift at this site, as well as anyone who attends a shift at this site in the future. This ensures that everyone coming to your site must fulfill your shared requirements or they will appear non-compliant. Shared Site requirements are visible to everyone in the network, so if a student is non-compliant for a shared Site requirement, they will appear non-compliant to everyone.

If you are using Shared Scheduler and are not an Admin, you may receive shared Site requirements that your students must fulfill. If you are concerned about the requirements set up by the Admin of your site, work with them to determine the best solution for your network.

 

How do I mark someone compliant?

If you have permission, you can track people’s progress as they complete their assigned requirements by marking them “compliant” for each one. To mark someone compliant,
1. From anywhere in the Scheduler, go to the Compliance drop down menu.
2. Click on the Edit Status link.
3. You have two options for editing compliance status - By Requirements and By People.


Edit Compliance Status By Requirements:

Allows you to select requirements and retrieve the info about the people who have had those requirements assigned to them. This option is ideal for marking multiple people compliant for the same requirement.

Select one or more requirements by clicking on them in the list. You can use the gray Program, Site, and Shared buttons to filter your list, or type a requirement title in the search box to easily find the one you are looking for.

If you want to retrieve info about everyone who has these requirements, leave the “Edit compliance status for” button flipped to all. If you want to retrieve info about a select group of people who have these requirements, flip the button to specific and use the options below to limit your results.

Click Go.

In the Edit Compliance: By Requirement expanded section, results are organized in segments - one for each requirement you selected. Under each requirement, you will see a list of people and their compliance statuses. 

  • To mark someone compliant, toggle the switch next to their name to Compliant, and use the date picker to enter an expiration date if applicable.
  • If all the people in one section are going to be marked compliant, click the Mark all compliant link.
  • If this requirement expires and everyone has a common expiration date, click the gray Expiration button and use the date picker to enter an expiration date. Click the blue Apply button.
    • If everyone has different expiration dates, you can enter them separately using the date pickers to the right of each person’s name.

Once you have finished editing, be sure to click Save.


Edit Compliance Status By People:

Allows you to select one or more people and retrieve info about the requirements that have been assigned to them. This option is ideal for marking one person compliant for multiple requirements.

Select one or more people by clicking on them in the list. You can use the gray Instructors and Students buttons to filter your list, or type a person’s name in the search box to easily find the one you are looking for. Click Go.

Results are organized in sections - one for each person you selected. Under each name, you will see a list of requirements and the compliance status for each one. For each applicable requirement, toggle the switch next to it to Compliant, and use the date picker to enter an expiration date if applicable.

Once you have finished editing, click Save.

 

Where can I view my students' compliance status?

 

You can view your students’ compliance status in a couple of places - on the Scheduler calendar, and in their student portfolios.

Compliance on the calendar

 

The calendar displays your students’ compliance status on a per shift basis. Since you can set up Site requirements which only apply at certain sites, a student may be compliant for some shifts while being non-compliant for others.

1. Go to the orange Shifts tab.
2. Click on the Schedule link.
3. If a shift has a non-compliant student scheduled, you will see this icon . Click a student’s name to see more information about their requirements and find out why they are non-compliant for this shift.

Compliance in the portfolio

Student portfolios contain lots of useful information about your students, including their compliance status.
1. Go to the orange MyFisdap tab.
2. Click on the Student Portfolios link.
3. Select the student whose compliance status you would like to view.
4. Click on the gray Compliance Status tab.

You can see a list of all the requirements that have been assigned to this student along with his compliance status for each requirement and when the requirements are due or will expire. Click each requirement to see more information about where it is required  as well as the history. Use the gray In ProgressCompliant, and Non-Compliant buttons to filter the list based on status.

  • In Progress requirements have not been completed, but they aren't due yet.

  • Compliant requirements have been completed and are currently in good standing.

  • Non-compliant requirements are either past due or expired.

If your student is non-compliant for any requirements, you can click the gray Send email button to prompt your student to take action.
Click the gray See list button to display a list of all the sites where your student is compliant to attend shifts.

 

 

Skills Tracker

Why aren't my students getting credit for their skills?

To figure out why students may be getting credit for observing Team Leads rather than performing them, use the Observed Team Lead Report.

  1. Go to the orange Reports tab.
  2. Click on the Workbench link.
  3. Find and click on Observed Team Lead Report.
  4. Choose the date range, desired format, and student name. Then click Display Report.

The Observed Team Lead Report can also be a great resource when students are concerned about why they aren't getting credit for performing the team lead.

Many programs, especially if they are using the National Standard Curriculum goals as a guide, require students to perform the patient exam and the patient interview (collectively known as the comprehensive assessment) to get credit for performing the Team Lead. This report identifies shifts where students did not perform the Team Lead, patient exam, and/or patient interview.

If students are not getting credit for performing the team lead, it may be because they indicated they observed the patient exam and/or interview--and not entered suggests they skipped that section of data entry.

If students wish to correct their data entry because something was recorded improperly, you will need to open the shift if it has been locked.

 

How can a student change data for a locked shift?

To change data for a locked shift, you will first need to unlock it. Students cannot unlock a shift once it has been locked.
 

  1. Find the student whose shift needs to be unlocked and then find that shift in their Shift List.
  2. Click on the Lock shift Lock shift iconbutton.
  3. The Lock Shift History box will appear.
  4. Click the Unlock Shift button.
  5. The Shift List will now show an open lock Unlocked shift iconand the student will be able to go back into the shift to edit it.
     

How do I audit a shift?

Auditing student data ensures that entries are correct and truthful.  Fisdap recommends that you audit at least 10% of your student's data.  

From a student's Skills & Pt. Care page, click on the shift you'd like to audit.  The checkbox to audit the shift is in the upper right hand corner of the student's shift details page, right under the Lock/Unlock Shift button.

If you don't see the Audit checkbox, you will need to turn on auditing for your program on the Skills Tracker Settings page.
 

How do I turn on auditing for my program?

An instructor with the Edit Program Settings permission will see the Skills Tracker Settings link on the Account tab.  From there, simply check the checkbox next to Educators can audit shifts and save the page.
 

Where do preceptors sign off on shifts?

Preceptors can sign off on shifts using the preceptor sign off form in the Skills & Patient Care section of Fisdap. To use this feature, preceptors will either need a unique Fisdap username and password or an electronic signature that you can recognize and trust.

To access the preceptor sign off page:

  1. Select the student whose shift you want to review.
  2. Click on the shift to go to their My Shift page.
  3. Click the Preceptor sign off box with the pencil icon Preceptor signoff icon
  4. The preceptor sign off page includes a Shift summary, an evaluation the preceptor and/or student to complete, a Plan of action and the Evaluator signoff box.
    • Depending on your settings, the preceptor will type in their unique Fisdap username and password or provide their electronic signature.
    • In the evaluator signoff box, preceptors also have the opportunity to lock the shift, which will prevent the student from making any changes to the shift data the preceptor has already reviewed.

 

How do evals work?

You can add an eval for a student or review completed evals about the students' performance on their shifts. Our standard evals include site evaluations, preceptor evaluations and professional behavior evaluations.

To add an eval:

  1. Select the student whose shift you want to review.
  2. Click on the shift to go to their My Shift page.
  3. Scroll to the bottom of the page for the Shift Evaluation section.
  4. Choose the eval you would like to add and click the green Go button.
  5. An eval will pop up in a new window. Complete the evaluation and click Submit and close or Submit and Start new to refresh the eval screen so you can add another one quickly.

To review an eval:

  1. Select the student whose shift you want to review.
  2. Click on the shift to go to their My Shift page.
  3. Scroll to the bottom of the page for the Shift Evaluation section.
  4. If any evals were entered, a sub-section will appear called Evaluations I've already filled out.
  5. Click the name of the eval to link to the form, which will open in a new window.

 

How can I customize the data in Skills Tracker?

You can change the settings for your school to customize what your students options are in Skills Tracker.

You can customize student permissions, what and when emails are sent, auditing, preceptor sign off, and the local procedures and medications your students can use.

To change and manage your settings:

  1. Go to the main Skills & Pt. Care page. 
  2. Locate and click on the Settings link at the top of the white search.
  3. Update the settings and be sure to click the Save button when you're finished.
  • You turn something on by checking the box and you turn something off by unchecking a box or leaving it unchecked.
  • The default settings are what Fisdap recommends based on how schools most commonly use Skills Tracker.
  • Click the orange question mark Orange question mark to read more detailed information about the differences between settings.

 

What is the best way to check my students' progress?

To chart your students' progress, use the Goals Report.

To view the Goals Report:

  1. Go to the orange Reports tab.
  2. Click on the Student Experience link.
  3. Find and click on the Goals Report.
  4. Choose all the information you want to include in the report: goal set, student(s), and shift type.
    • You can also click Advanced Settings to narrow the data set to a date range and/or patient type.
  5. Click Go to display the report.

You can also go to the Overall Competency tab in the Student Portfolio for a snapshot look at the student's internship progress.

 

Secure Testing

How do I schedule a test?

Students cannot schedule secure exams—this is an instructor-only permission. The Secure Testing exams are password-protected, and we require an instructor to proctor these exams to students. Scheduling the test will provide you with the proctor password necessary for students to login to the exam.

To schedule a test:

  1. Go to the orange Learning Center tab.
  2. In the Exam Administration box, click on the Schedule a secure exam link.
  3. From the Fisdap Testing Admin page, click on the Schedule a Test button.
  4. Fill out all the information on the Test Scheduler page. You will select the test, the date (or a date range of up to 7 days), and the students who are going to take the test.
  5. The Scheduled Test Details page will appear as a confirmation that you scheduled the test.
    • You will also find the Student Instructions which explains how to log in to the test, Proctor Password(s), and other helpful documents about preparing for the exam, such as "How to Succeed on a Fisdap Exam" and "Exam Troubleshooting Tips." 
    • Each unit exam has a study guide that the outlines topics covered on that exam.
    • If you see a student's name in red, that student does not have access to the Fisdap Testing product and you will have to pay to upgrade his/her account.


 

Where can I find my students' results?

  • To see how your students did on an exam you scheduled:

    1. Go to the orange Learning Center tab.
    2. In the Exam Administration box, click on the Review your students' scores and Learning Prescriptions link.
    3. Select the test, the date range, and the group of students and click the Retrieve Scores button.

 

Why can't we see which questions the students missed?

Rather than showing you the exact 200 questions from the exam, we provide students with a Learning Prescription. The Learning Prescription outlines in detail the recommended study areas, based on questions answered incorrectly. The Learning Prescription also breaks down what types of questions they missed: Knowledge, Application, and Problem Solving.

Educational experts advise that it is better for the students to focus on the topics they missed so that you can review the material with them and better target their studying. Otherwise, students have a tendency to want to memorize the correct answers to our questions—questions they won’t see again on the NREMT.

 

Study Tools

How do I upgrade my students' account?

If the school is paying for the Study Tools upgrades, you can follow these steps:

  1. Go to the Account tab.
  2. Click the orange Order Accounts button at the top right.
  3. On the Account Order/Upgrade page, click on the Upgrade Existing link under the Student Accounts section.
  4. From the Upgrade Student Accounts page, use the search filters at the top of the page to generate a list of the students whose accounts you wish to upgrade.
    • Each column represents a different Fisdap product and the green checkmark indicates a product the student already has.
  5. Check the boxes for the Study Tools account (EMT and/or Paramedic) you want to add to your upgrade order.
  6. Scroll to the bottom of the page and choose Order with invoice or Pay by credit card.

Once you have completed the purchase, your students should have instant access to Study Tools.
 

 

How do I see my students' results?

You can find your students' results on the Study Tools quizzes and practice exam in the Student Portfolio section.

  1. Hover your mouse over the My Fisdap tab and click on the Student Portfolios link.
  2. Find the student whose results you want to see.
  3. Click on the Exams tab in the portfolio.
    • You’ll see a list of all the quizzes and exams the student has taken. If none appear, the student has not yet taken the quiz or practice exam.
  4. Click on the Learning Prescription icon Learning Prescription icon to view more details.

 

Why can't we see which questions the students missed?

Rather than showing you the exact 200 questions from the exam, we provide students with a Learning Prescription. The Learning Prescription outlines in detail the recommended study areas, based on questions answered incorrectly. The Learning Prescription also breaks down what types of questions they missed: Knowledge, Application, and Problem Solving.

Educational experts advise that it is better for the students to focus on the topics they missed so that you can review the material with them and better target their studying. Otherwise, students have a tendency to want to memorize the correct answers to our questions—questions they won’t see again on the NREMT.

 

 

Preceptor Training

How do I order Preceptor Training?

To simply upgrade your own account, go to the oragne Account section and click the Upgrade my account. You can pay online with a credit card, but will not be able to pay by invoice.

When you have finished paying, you will receive an email confirmation and will have instant access to Preceptor Training.

 

How do I get CECBEMS credit for my CEUs?

Preceptors who successfully complete the course and score 100% on the final exam are eligible for 4 hours of Continuing Education credit.

To receive your CE credit, complete the CECBEMS Continuing Education Form. You will receive a certificate of course completion and will be awarded the 4 CE hours.

 

How can I tell which preceptors have completed the training?

To see a list of who's completed the training, go to the orange Reports tab and click on the Accreditation link. Click on the Clinical Educator Training Report, at the bottom of the list.

Choose the list of instructors and display the report. You will see who has passed the course and when, as well as who has not yet completed the course. The report does not show if a preceptor has begun the training but hasn't completed the course yet.