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Emergency Preparedness Training

Emergency preparedness is important to the community. Whether your interest is in basic first aid for general knowledge and safety, to fulfill a workplace requirement, or to pursue a healthcare career, you can obtain certification at our training facility.

In addition to teaching American Heart Association community and professional level courses,  TCLS delivers Emergency Medical Technician, Emergency Medical Responder, and Public Safety First Aid.

Trinity County Life Support is dedicated to community preparedness. We hope you and your children will join us and learn skills that will prepare you to help yourself and others!

Emergency Medical Technician

Course Fee: $600
Pre-Requisite: Current BLS, CDL
Course Enrollment: Minimum 10 students for the class to occur

Course Length: 190 hours (150 classroom/online, 28 clinical, 12 final exam and skills testing)
Required Immunizations: Flu Vaccine, Hepatitis B, MMR, Tdap, Varicella and negative Tb test

Course Description: The EMT course teaches life-saving skills and teamwork. Whether your
interest is in general knowledge, serving your family or community, entering the field of
healthcare or emergency services, what you learn here will serve you and those around you.

Clinical hours are a combination of local hospital, local and Redding ambulances.

Students must have a personal fitness level sufficient to safely lift and move patients and use
extrication tools as a part of a team.

Students must be 18 years of age within 1 year of completion to obtain State license.

There are additional fees to obtain National and State certification and Local EMS Agency
accreditation.

 
 

Public Safety First Aid (Title 22)

Course Fee: 90.00
Pre-Requisite: Current BLS, CDL
Course Enrollment: Minimum 6, Maximum 10

Course Length: 28 hours

Course Description: The purpose of the Initial Title 22 Public Safety First Aid course is to
provide the participant with the knowledge and skills necessary to meet the first aid requirements
for fire fighters, peace officers, and lifeguards as defined in Title 22 of the California Code of
Regulations. The course content and activities will prepare participants to make appropriate
decisions about the care to provide in an emergency.

Public Safety First Aid Recert

Course Fee: $75
Pre-Requisite: Current BLS, CDL
Course Enrollment: Minimum 6, maximum 10

Course Length: 12 hours

The Title 22 for Public Safety Personnel is a 12-hour rectification state approved course for
firefighters, police officers, ski patrol, lifeguards and other safety personnel. This course is split
up in two days and is a refresher course on advanced standard First Aid.