Public Safety training since 2005

Our Courses

We are available to facilitate a variety of Public Safety Training, at your location or ours.

Please see the Upcoming Courses for currently scheduled programs.

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BLS Courses

The BLS for Healthcare Providers Course teaches CPR skills for helping victims of all ages (including doing ventilation with a barrier device, a bag-mask device, and oxygen); use of an automated external defibrillator (AED); and relief of foreign-body airway obstruction (FBAO). It's intended for participants who provide heath care to patients in a wide variety of settings, including in-hospital and out-of-hospital. For certified or non-certified, licensed or non-licensed healthcare professionals.

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Mobility Assistance Vehicle Operator

NJAC 8:40 requires that individuals that operate Mobility Assistance Vehicles (MAV’s – also known as ambulettes or wheelchair vans) have certification in an approved assistance program. The MAV Training course the certification program for persons who are responsible for safely moving injured, infirm, or disabled persons who need specialized transportation assistance. The individuals who successfully pass the course are Certified Mobility Assistance Vehicle Operators (MAVOs).

Proper training, enhanced by a comprehensive orientation period, provides the safest possible environment for the patient and the individuals who are responsible for his transportation – the MAV Operator. In most cases, the MAV Operator works alone in his vehicle and faces a greater risk of injury compared to two-person ambulance crews. An effective training program reduces the risk of injury to the patient, to staff, and helps to minimize liability and insurance claims to the providing agency.​

IAED Emergency
Telecommunicator Course

The Emergency Telecommunicator course provides an introduction to emergency telecommunication centers’ technology, processes, and ethics. The course is designed to prepare you to learn effective communication in an emergency situation and help you earn a certification through the International Academies of Emergency Dispatch (IAED) as Emergency Telecommunicators. Training includes instruction in, but not limited to, the following: emergency telecommunication technology,interpersonal communication, caller management, classification of police, fire, and medical calls, legal aspects of public safety communication and, stress factors and management in the emergency telecommunication field. ​​This course is approved by NJ OETS for Basic Telecommunicator Certification.

NJ Emergency Medical Dispatcher

This course is the state mandated 32 Hour Emergency Medical Dispatch Program. This course is designed to provide dispatchers (Police/Fire/EMS) with the necessary information and skills to function as an EMD. This course will provide students with the secondary level of certification that is required for any officer or dispatcher who will answer 9-1-1 Medical Calls. Topics include: responsibilities of an EMD, legal/liability issues, providing proper medical instructions by phone, and use of the emergency medical dispatch guide cards. This course includes role-playing simulated 9-1-1 medical calls


  1. A valid Healthcare Provider (or equivalent) CPR card
  2. Current certification as a 911 Basic Telecommunicator Certification or proof of course completion.

Education Credit: This course is approved for 21 Elective CEUs for NJ EMTs.

NJ EMT Core Refresher Classes

NJ EMT’s require 24 elective CEU credits, along with a 24-hour EMT Refresher to recertify their EMT credentials. This program is designed to satisfy the EMT Refresher component of the renewal for NJ Emergency Medical Technicians. The program is run in three eight-hour blocks (parts A, B, and C) and partial credit can be obtained for each 8-hour units for the program. 

Programs are available at a variety of locations, and private or on-site programs are available at your organizations for low student minimums. If you would like more information about EMT Refresher training at your location, please use the contact us link.

Course Length: 24 hours (split into three 8 hour blocks)

Refresher Course Length: 8 hours

Intended Audience: NJ EMT’s looking to recertify their credential. Also out-of-state EMT’s who need a NREMT refresher course, or a NJ MD/RN/PA that needs an EMT card, and would like to obtain one by taking EMT Refresher and challenging the state exam.


  • Current BLS/CPR card
  • National Safety Council
  • Defensive Driving Courses
  • Several Con-Ed Courses are available
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