The FMCSA recently announced that all certified Medical Examiners (MEs) are required to complete a qualified training course and pass the National Registry Medical Examiner Certification Test before their certification lapses. This recertification must be completed after year 9 and prior to year 10 of your ME credential issuance.

Because of FMCSA delays, MEs who are past due or are due to recertify in 2023 now have an extended period of time to do so. The extension is based on your certification expiration month and the training and testing allowance set by the National Registry. (See Chart)

So what’s the best way to prep for and pass your 10-year recertification? You already know what the NRCME Plus Online Training System provides: the knowledge you need to be one of the best FMCSA examiners in the country!

Our program teaches you how to use the latest guidelines, current regulations, and common sense to safely and effectively certify drivers, ensuring protection for the public and satisfaction for the companies that rely on you. Dive into each subject as deep as you want to go! We cover them all, so you can, too!

We’ll be with you every step of the way, whatever your schedule. And we’re excited to share even bigger news: an all-new, enhanced NRCME Plus experience is coming soon for anyone planning to begin recertification in 2023.

You get access to:

· Content and quizzes based on core FMCSA curriculum requirements

· Up to 12 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™, ANCC contact hours, or PACE CEUs

· A resource library- Study Guide, FMCSA Examiner Handbook, and more

· Our Q&A Deck of 550+ practice exam questions that reinforce your learning

· Certificate of completion allowing you to sit for the examination and more!