Fayette County EMA Training Opportunities
Available Upon Request
FCEMA Planner/Trainer James Bittner at (724) 430-1277
You will get a basic primer on terrorism preparedness, and the signs
and threats that are ever-present in today's society from a
knowledgable professional who has experience and first-hand knowledge
of how to prepare yourself and your family.
From what to do and what not to do to prevent a fire in the first place
to creating a plan and taking action in a real emergency, there is no
excuse for your family to not be prepared in case of a fire.
Courses available in Incident Command/NIMS, Hazardous Materials,
Domestic Preparedness, Terrorist Bombing Response, Disaster Damage
Assessment, and Critical Incident Stress Management
PennFIRS (Pennsylvania Fire Information Reporting System)
To become a participant in this system, contact James Bittner using the
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Independent Study -
Offers several courses for free online, and in a very wide variety.
National Fire Academy
- Offers some online information and is a great resource to assist in
educating your family in fire safety.
Citizen Corps -
Additional independent study courses in preparedness, mitigation,
response, and emergency management.