Changes to our Training Program Due to COVID-19

For the health and safety of everyone at the El Paso Regional Communications Center, the El Paso County 911 District has implemented the following measures for its training program:

  • Course registrations will be limited to no more than 20 persons per course (training room capacity is 60)

  • All persons will be screened prior to entry to the EPRCC; visitors shall use the main entrance only

  • All persons are required to bring and wear a mask outside of the designated training room while at the EPRCC; persons are strongly urged to wear a mask inside the training room

  • Visitors will not be allowed entry to the PSAP operations floor or the EOC

  • Training room seats will be pre-arranged, and moving the seats is not permitted

    • Persons may sit wherever there is a seat available

  • The training room will be cleaned and disinfected periodically, concentrating on frequently touched surfaces and objects

  • Hand sanitizers have been placed in public areas, and will be available in the training room to encourage hand hygiene

During training, per CDC recommendations, we ask persons please: 

  • Stay home if you are sick. To cancel, email training@elpaso911.org or as soon as you are able

    • The same applies to well persons who have a sick person at home, or have been in contact with someone that has tested positive with COVID-19

  • Maintain frequent and proper hand washing hygiene

  • Avoid handshaking, hugs, or any contact greetings

  • Use proper coughing and sneezing etiquette


For more information on how to protect yourself, please visit: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/prevention.html.


-El Paso County 911 District | Training 

Upcoming Training
Moetivations's Conflict Resolution
APCO Institute's Communications Training Officer (CTO), 5th Edition Course (1)
7 Ways to Stop Workplace Drama in Public Safety
Building Financial Strength for First Responder Families (Morning Session)
Building Financial Strength for First Responder Families (Afternoon Session)
Dispatch, Handling the Rising Tide of Suicide
APCO Institute's Communications Training Officer (CTO), 5th Edition Course (2)
The Healthy Dispatcher's One Badge: Galvanizing Emergency Response
NENA's 9-1-1 Customer Service: Takes Seconds, Saves Minutes
Dispatcher’s Role in Critical Incidents

 

Training is provided at no cost for Region 4 Telecommunicators in El Paso County and the surrounding areas, with priority seating for El Paso County 911 District agencies. Questions? training@elpaso911.org

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