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The Treasure Coast Public Safety Training Complex at Indian River State College (IRSC) is one of the most comprehensive, technologically advanced public safety training facilities in the nation. The complex is home to 18 programs that include Bachelors and Associate degrees, as well as technical certificate programs. The 50-acre, eight-building complex also provides advanced training for regional first responders. Click here to see our Public Service Education offerings.

Upcoming Classes
 
Emergency Vehicle Operators Course (EVOC)
October 29, 2020
 
This 16-hour course certifies EMT/Paramedics to meet the Florida State HRS/EMS requirements to operate an emergency vehicle.
 
 
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Fall Short-Term Classes
 
Public Service Education still has Fall classes available for registration! 
 
 
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Basic Life Support CPR Course
 
This is can be used for both an initial certification and re-certification.
 
 
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FFP 1301 - Fire Protection Hydraulics & Water Supply
November 9-13, 2020
 
This advanced fire course provides a foundation of theoretical knowledge in order to understand the principles of the use of water in fire protection and to apply hydraulic principles to analyze and to solve water supply problems. In addition, the curriculum covers pump theory, pump rating, and pressure and vacuum gauges. You must be a certified firefighter to take this course.
 
This course is offered in partnership with the National Rescue Consultants.
Register By: October 31, 2020
 
 
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FFP 1302 - Apparatus Operations
November 16-19, 2020
 
This advanced fire course covers the laws, rules, and driving techniques for emergency vehicles. There will be a practical portion of this course that includes fire ground evolutions using pre-connected lines, tandems pumping, drafting, relays, and master streams. Students must bring gloves and proper attire for water pumping exercise. After successful completion of this course and FFP 1301, students will be eligible to take the State Pump Operator certification exam through the Florida State Fire College. You must be a certified firefighter to take this course.
 
 
This course is offered in partnership with the National Rescue Consultants.
Register By: October 31, 2020
 
 
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FLUSAR Rope Rescue Operations
November 16-19, 2020
 
This advanced fire 40-hour course introduces the rescue professional to the skills and equipment necessary to safely and efficiently resolve situations that require the use of rope and related equipment. This course meets or exceeds the general requirements for NFPA 1670 Standard on Operations and Training for Technical Rescue Incidents, Awareness and Operations Level for Rope Rescue. You must be a certified firefighter to take this course.
 
 
This course is offered in partnership with the National Rescue Consultants.
Register By: November 1, 2020
 
 
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Advanced Rescue & Survival School
January 6-8, 2021
 
This advanced fire course is a three-day program designed for firefighters and company officers who desire a high paced, data-driven, and realistic training program focused on self-rescue, firefighter survival, aggressive and proactive RIT/RIC operations, maintaining situational awareness, and understanding the psychology and physiology of a firefighter mayday. You must be a certified firefighter to take this course.
 
This course is offered in partnership with the National Rescue Consultants.
 
Registration Coming Soon

COVID-19 Update

The Treasure Coast Public Safety Training Complex is now open for in-person clock hour and hybrid classes, services, and testing with social distancing guidelines in place. Certain services and testing are by appointment only; please check the respective area for more information on their procedures. All persons on campus must wear a mask at all times in the buildings.  

Faculty and staff schedules vary by department; please check with the individual department for more information. For general questions, please call 772-462-7150 or visit our Contact Us page to submit a contact form. For specific faculty and staff email addresses, please visit our Faculty and Staff page. Please continue to monitor our website and social media for updates.

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