JPS Consulting LLC

Emergency Response Training

West Virginia University- Fire Service Extension/ West Virginia Department of Education:        Firefighter 1 (40 hours), Firefighter 2 (40 hours), Rapid Intervention Team Operations (24 hours), Command and Control (8 hours), Structural Firefighting (12 hours), Rope Rescue Awareness (16 hours), Swift Water Rescue Awareness (8 hours), Trench Awareness (8 hours), Public Fire Safety Education (16 hours), Basic Auto Extrication (12 hours), Fire Officer 1 (12 Hours), High Rise Fire Operations (8 hours), Hazardous Materials Operations Level (16 hours), Driver/Pump Operator- Pumper (40 hours), Bomb Technician Assistant (8 hours), Instructor I (40 hours),  Adjunct Instructor Update (8 hours), Hazardous Materials Technician (40 hrs), Weapons of Mass Destruction- Regional Response Team Testing (4 hours), Instructor II (40 hrs), Wild Land Fire Fighting: Incident Command System I-100 (2 hours), Wild Land Fire Fighting: Fire Behavior S-190 (6 hours), Wild Land Fire Fighting: Fire Fighter training S-130 (18 hours), Incident Command Train-The-Trainer (30 Hours), Rural Water Movement (16 hours), FAA Part 139 Live Burn- Cabin- Engine- Pit- Wheel (4 hours), Fire Officer II (35 hours), Fire Department Decon Shelter Training (2 hours), Elevator Rescue (6 hours), Auto Extrication Operations (16 hours), National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction (3 hours), WV Interoperable Radio Program T-T-T Fire/EMS (13 hours), Emergency Vehicle Operator (16 hours), Clandestine Drug Lab Awareness and Recognition (8 hours), ICS Review, Radio & Command Shelter Training (4 hours), Vehicle and Machinery Search and Rescue Awareness (4 hours), Instructor III (40 hours), RRT Air Systems (8 hours), Hazardous Materials Awareness/Operations (24 hours), Fire Department Decon Shelter Training (2 hours), RRT Personal Protective Equipment (8 hours), Fire Officer III (40 hours), County Decon Team Training (8 hours), Vehicle and Machinery Search and Rescue Technician (16 hours), Introduction to Technical Rescue Awareness- 9 Disciplines (20 hours), Delmar Fire Officer 1 & 2 Train The Trainer (14 hours), Fire Officer IV (40 hours), Rescue Technician Core Curriculum (16 hours), Live Burn (8 hours), Emergency Medical Technician: Basic (120 hours), Swiftwater Rescue Operations (16 hours), Rope Rescue Technician (16 hours), Swiftwater Rescue Operations (16 hours), Structural Collapse Technician (48 hours), Heavy Vehicle Rescue Operations- Bus Rescue (8 hours), Surface Water Rescue Technician- NFPA 1670 and 1006 (16 hours), Rope Rescue Operations: Low Angle- NFPA 1670 and 1006 (16 hours), Mass Casualty Incident Module II (4 hours), Lifting and Moving (1 hour), Hazardous Materials Awareness/Operations- NFPA 472 (24 hours), Hazardous Materials Technician- Refresher (14 hours), Vehicle and Machinery Search and Rescue Operations (16 hours), Firefighter 1- NFPA 1001 (56 hours), Firefighter 2 -NFPA 1001 (36 hours), Torch/ Burning Tool Lab (6 hours), Shoring Scenario (8 hours), Firefighter 1- NFPA 1001 (56 hours), USAR –GPS –Building Marking (6 hours), Firefighter 2- NFPA 1001 (40 hours), Haz-Mat Awareness/Operations –NFPA 472 (24 hours), Hazardous Materials Technician Refresher (24 hours), Introduction to Technical Rescue Awareness (16 hours), Vehicle and Machinery SAR Operations- NFPA 1670 & 1006 (16 hours), Rope Rescue Low Angle Operations -NFPA 1670 &1006 (16 hours), Emergency Vehicle Operations (20 hours)          

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)- Emergency Management Institute:                   Effective Communication (0.8 CEU), Hazardous Materials- A Citizens Orientation (1.0 CEU), Basic Incident Command System (1.0 CEU), Leadership and Influence (0.9 CEU), Emergency Preparedness (1.0 CEU), Decision Making & Problem Solving (0.8 CEU), Developing and Managing Volunteers (1.0 CEU), Emergency Program Manager an Orientation to the Position (1.0 CEU), Household Hazardous Materials A Guide for Citizens (0.3 CEU), Principles of Emergency Management (1.0 CEU), Exercise Design (1.5 CEU), Introduction to Community Emergency Response Team (1.0 CEU), Emergency Planning (1.0 CEU), A Citizen's Guide to Disaster Assistance (1.0 CEU), Role of the Emergency Operations Center (1.0 CEU), An Orientation to Community Disaster Exercises (1.0 CEU), Role of Voluntary Agencies in Emergency Mgmt (1.0 CEU), State Disaster Management (1.0 CEU), Special Events Contingency Planning (0.4 CEU), Building Partnerships in Tribal Communities (1.0 CEU), Introduction to Mitigation (1.0 CEU), Professional Development Series- Certificate of Achievement, The Professional in Emergency Management (1.0 CEU), Hazardous Materials for Medical Personnel (1.0 CEU), Mitigation for Homeowners (1.0 CEU), Special Considerations for FEMA Public Assistance Projects (1.0 CEU), Public Assistance Operations I (0.7 CEU), Introduction to the Public Assistance Process (0.2 CEU), Introduction to the Incident Command System for Federal Disaster Workers (0.3 CEU), Anticipating Hazardous Weather & Community Risk (1.0 CEU), Multi-Hazard Emergency Planning for Schools (1.0 CEU), National Incident Management System (NIMS) an Introduction (1.0 CEU), Incident Command System Train the Trainer (3.1 CEU), Are You Ready? An In-depth Guide to Citizen Preparedness (1.0 CEU), National Response Plan (NRP), an Introduction (0.3 CEU), ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents (0.3 CEU), NIMS Resource Management (0.4 CEU), Protecting Your Home or Small Business from Disaster (1.0 CEU), NIMS Public Information Systems (0.3 CEU), Applying ICS to Healthcare Organizations(0.3 CEU), Introduction to ICS for Health Care/ Hospitals (0.3 CEU), Integrated Emergency Management Course: Homeland Security (32 hours, 2.5 CEU), NIMS Intrastate Mutual Aid, An Introduction (0.2CEU), A Supervisors Guide to Equal Employment Opportunity (0.2 CEU)

National Fire Academy:                                                                                                                          IRHMI: Basic Concepts (16 hours), MCTO: Tactics (12 hours), Incident Command System (12 hours), MCTO: Preparation (12 hours), MCTO: Decision Making (12 hours), Leadership 2 (12 hours), Leadership 3 (12 hours), Fire Service Supervision (Self Study), Community Safety Educators (Self Study), Emergency Response to Terrorism: Basic Concepts (Self Study), Incident Safety Officer (16 hours), Arson Detection for the 1st Responder (16 hours), Training Operations in Small Departments (16 Hours), Wild Land Urban Interface Fire Operations (Self Study), Incident Safety Officer/ Health and Safety Officer Train the Trainer (8 hours), Strategies and Tactics for Initial Company Operations Train the Trainer (12 hours), Introduction to Unified Command for Multi-agency and Catastrophic Incidents (16 hours), National Incident Management System: ICS Train the Trainer (16 hours), Juvenile Fire Intervention Specialist II (16 hours), Incident Safety Officer (14 hours), Health and Safety Officer (15.5 hours), Strategies and Tactics for Initial Company Operations (10.5 hours), NIMS:ICS for the Fire Service (14 hours), EMS Operations at Multi Casualty Incidents (Self Study), Alternative Water Supply: Planning and Implementing Programs (Self Study), Executive Skills Series: Managing and Leading Change (16 hours), ICS 300 Intermediate All-Hazard NIMS ICS Review for Expanding Incidents, ICS 400 Fundamentals Review for Command and General Staff, 

Department of Homeland Security:                                                                                                         WMD Technical Emergency Response Course- COBRA (3.2 CEU),  WMD Incident Command Course- COBRA (2.4 CEU), WMD Radiation/Nuclear Course for Hazardous Materials Technicians (3.2 CEU), WMD Incident Management/ Unified Command- Internet (8 hours), WMD General Instructor (32 hours), Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings (32 hours), Incident Command System: Coordination in a WMD Event (.1 CEU), Unified Command in a WMD Event (.1 CEU), CoMNET (.1 CEU), Live Response Broadcast (.1 CEU), Personal Protection Equipment: Know & Follow Self Protective Measures for WMD Events (.1 CEU), HazMat Protocol at a WMD Scene (.1 CEU), Medical Monitoring of Response Personnel (.1 CEU), Perimeter Security When Victims are Present (.1 CEU), Coordination of Intelligence Collection (.1 CEU), Terrorism Recognition and Reporting (2.0 CEU), WMD Radiological/Nuclear Awareness (0.6 CEU), PEAC Training (8 hours), Pandemic Influenza Planning and Preparedness Course (24 hours), Advanced Chemical and Biological Integrated Response Course (40 hours), 

National Certifications:                                                                                                                                Fire Instructor I, Fire Instructor II, Fire Instructor III, Fire Officer I, Fire Officer II, Fire Officer III, Fire Officer IV, Firefighter II, Hazardous Materials Awareness/Operations Level, Hazardous Materials Operations Level, Hazardous Materials Technician Level, Driver/Pump Operator- Pumper, Emergency Medical Technician: Basic, Vehicle and Machinery Rescue Technician, Rope Rescue Technician

Triune-Halleck V.F.D.:                                                                                                                              Rope Rescue Low-Angle Operations (14 hours), Rope Rescue High-Angle Operations (9 hours), Live Burn: Thermal Imaging Cameras (8 hours), Emergency Vehicle Operator Course (16 hours), Introduction to Technical Rescue Operations (12 hours), Vehicle and Machinery SAR Operations (16 hours), Confined Space Rescue Awareness (3 hours), Confined Space Rescue Operations (10 hours), Trench Rescue Operations (15 hours), Incident Command System 100/ 200 (6 hours), Incident Command System 300/400 (17 hours), Introduction to NIMS/NRP (2 hours), Emergency Vehicle Operator Refresher Course (8 hours), Rural Water Movement (8 hours), Incident Command System 300, Incident Command System 400, Advanced Structural Firefighting

 Target Safety:                                                                                                                                          NFPA 1500 Bloodborne Pathogens Safety, Bloodborne Pathogens Safety, EMS Altered Mental Status Advanced, EMS Airway Management Basic, NFPA 1500 Compressed Gas Safety, EMS Airway Management Advanced, NFPA 1500 Respiratory Protection, NFPA 1001 Ventilation, NFPA 1500 Combustible & Flammable Liquids, NFPA 1500 Materials Handling, Storage, Use & Disposal, NFPA Hazard Communication, NFPA 1500 Haz-Mat Spill Prevention & Control, EMS CNS Injuries Basic, EMS Communication and Documentation, Fire Industry Driver Intersection Safety, NFPA 1500 Confined-Space Entry, Fleet Program Safe Backing for Emergency Vehicle Operators, Fire Industry Driver Operator,  NFPA 1001 Forcible Entry Into A Structure

Michigan State University: School of Criminal Justice:                                                      Hazardous Materials Response- Awareness Level, Incident Management System – Awareness Level, Unified Command – Awareness Level, Radiation Safety Awareness, Hospital-Based Decontamination: Hazard Recognition, Container Inspections, Inspection and Testing of Water-Based Fire protection Systems, Evacuation Coordinator, Emergency Response Planning, Bloodborne Pathogens, 

Assorted Emergency Medical Courses:                                                                                           Emergency Medical Technician- Basic (120 hours), National Safety Council- First Aid and CPR, American Heart Association- BLS for Healthcare Provider (CPR/AED), American Heart Association- FA/CPR/AED, American Heart Association- Bloodborne Pathogens, American Red Cross- FA/CPR/AED, American Red Cross- CPR/AED Professional Rescuer, American Red Cross- Community First Aid & Safety, American Red Cross- Adult, Infant, and Child CPR 

Certified Instructor:                                                                                                                                United States Fire Administration, FEMA Emergency Management Institute, Center for Domestic Preparedness, Department of Homeland Security, West Virginia University Fire Service Extension, Homeland Security Programs at West Virginia University, West Virginia Governor’s Committee for Law Enforcement 

Marion County Rescue Squad:                                                                                                                   4000 Series ALS Protocol Update (2 hours), Capnography (1.5 hours), Introduction to 12 Lead EKG’s (4 hours),   Emergency Medical Technician Refresher (40 hours), Nerve Agent Antidote In-service (2 hours), WVOEMS MCIM- Module II- Operations (3 hours), Hazardous Materials Awareness (4 hours)

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology:                                                                              Weapons of Mass Destruction Basic Awareness Training (1.0 CEU), Weapons of Mass Destruction Basic Awareness Training (1.0 CEU), Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings (32 hours), Prevention & Response to Suicide Bombing Incidents (32 hours), WMD Radiological/Nuclear Awareness (4 hours, .4 CEU)

Texas Engineering Extension Service (TEEX):                                                                                   Enhanced Incident Management Unified Command Course (28 hours), WMD Terrorism Awareness for Emergency Responders- Internet (8 hours), Public Works: WMD Basic Concepts (4 hours), NEW WMD Incident Management/ Unified Command Concept (0.8 CEU), Avian Flu (0.1 CEU), Medical Effects of Primary Blast Injuries (0.1 CEU)

Florida’s State Fire Marshals Office:                                                                                                 Structural Collapse Awareness (6 hours),  HazMat Decontamination (6 hours), FEMA Disaster Search Planning and Management (2 hours) 

Wild Iris Medical Education, Inc.:                                                                                                           EMT- Basic, Module 1: Preparatory (2 hours), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (2.5 Hours), Pain: Ethical and Legal Issues (1 hour) 

US Army Corps of Engineers:                                                                                                                  FEMA, Urban Search & Rescue Structural Collapse Awareness Training 

West Virginia Division of Forestry:                                                                                                       Wildland Fire Observation & Origin Protection (FI-110)

Monongalia County Health Department:                                                                                                Incident Command System for Public Health- 16 Hours (8 CEU)

University at Albany: School of Public Health                                                                              Terrorism, Preparedness and Public Health, An Introduction (7.2 hours)

West Virginia Office of Emergency Services:                                                                                           State of WV Weapons of Mass Destruction Regional Response Program 

The Governor’s Committee on Crime Delinquency & Correction:                                                  Law Enforcement Officers Instructors Certificate 

Kentucky Department of Health:                                                                                                      Introduction to Terrorism Awareness-Level Training 

Amkus Rescue Systems:                                                                                                                         Amkus Rescue Product Training Class (6 hours) 

Bowling Green State University, State Fire School:                                                                                Water Awareness (2 hours)

North Carolina Office of EMS:                                                                                                                  MOST Training (Self-Study)