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    Question How easy is it??

    When I am certified in all I plan on doing. How easy would it be to move to a different state and get certified there??? In paticular Ks to Tx!!!!!! I would appreciate all your replies!!! The more I know the better off I will be.

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    Certified in what?
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    FF/Paramedic

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    Check for RESIPROSITY in your state and what ever state you are going to. They all have different levels of hoop-jumping you have to go through to recertify.
    "What makes a person run into a building others are running out of?...Character."- Dennis Smith

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    Default TX Cert.

    As a texas firefighter, the best advice I can give is:
    IFSAC for all Fire certs. and National Reg. for Paramedic
    The Tx Commission on Fire Protection will accept
    IFSAC seals and for basic FF they require the following
    seals: FF1,FF2,Hazmat awearness, and Hazmat ops. Also do
    a search for TCFP and look at the web site or call.
    Good Luck

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    Thanks for the help!!! I greatly appreciate it!!! At least now I know there is atleast a way...

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    Default Re: How easy is it??

    Originally posted by Smithkd99
    When I am certified in all I plan on doing. How easy would it be to move to a different state and get certified there??? In paticular Ks to Tx!!!!!! I would appreciate all your replies!!! The more I know the better off I will be.
    Hey Smith. I plan on moving to Kansas to start up my EMT-B and after that move to Paramedic. We are making the opposite trip! I have a contact in Kansas who says that if you are cert in one state you are cert in the other. Not 100 percent sure tho. Where are you moving from?

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    From Garden City! Where you planning on going??

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