New updated License Management “How to” tutorials for Services available

We have added several new tutorials to our Services License Management “How to” page, available

  • here.
  • Searching for a job? Have a job opening? Try Kansas Works! It’s free for both job seekers and employers.

    January 21, 2021 by  
    Filed under Do-It-Yourself (Howto), What's New

    KansasWorks is a FREE site for both job seekers and employer job postings.

    If you are looking for a job, visit the job seeker page.

    If you are an employer and wish to place a job opening on the site, visit the employer page.

    How to read the Kansas-EMS Listserv Archives.

    September 14, 2009 by  
    Filed under Do-It-Yourself (Howto)

    Below are the steps you can take in case you were interested in reading again old messages that were posted on the listserv. Remember: The Archives are stored for only ONE year.

    Step 1.  Go to:

    Step 2. Enter your email address and hit “Enter” to log-in

    Step 3. Click on “Messages” on the top left corner to list the messages in the archives.

    Step 4. Click on the subject to read the original messages and the subsequent replies.

    Step 5. Click on “Show more” or “Show fewer” for more or less messages on one page.

    Step 6. Click on “Next” to go to the next page.

    Step 7. Click on “Logout” to terminate your session.

    Applying for Single Program Continuing Education

    July 23, 2009 by  
    Filed under Do-It-Yourself (Howto)

    If your service or organization does not hold Long-term Program Provider status, Single Program Provider is the mechanism by which you can obtain approval to conduct continuing education.

    Single Program Continuing Education Request for Approval forms must be completed and submitted by a Kansas certified Instructor-coordinator.

    K.A.R. 109-5-6 states that applications must be received in the Board office a minimum of 30 days prior to the course offering.

    Each course must be submitted separately. Courses that will be repeated identically can be submitted on one (1) form with multiple dates identified for the offerings.

    K.A.R. 109-5-6 states that applications must include a schedule for the course and an evaluation tool to be used to determine if the course met the needs of those in attendance.

    Applications are processed within four (4) business days of receipt in our office, on a first come – first serve basis, except during high volume times.