Rescue Company Management (Online)

Cost: $175

Groups: Contact us for group pricing

Course Description:

This course discusses topics related to the administrative and operational management of rescue companies in emergency services agencies. The material covers important issues such as how to use national standards and regulations, standard operating guidelines, training programs, incident management, safety, and more. No matter how big or small your rescue company is, Rescue Company Management will equip you with new knowledge and resources to more efficiently manage your team.

The online class includes recorded PowerPoint presentations, written lecture material, downloadable documents that can be modified and used in your agency, short written assignments, and quizzes.  Class can be started at any time, and students complete it at their own pace.  Students will retain access to the materials for life and may return to the online classroom at any time to download new and updated content.

Download the Course Syllabus

Certificate Issued:

Students successfully completing all class requirements with a minimum score of 70% will be issued an electronic certificate of training for 8 hours from Elder Technical Rescue Services, LLC.  Class materials and certificates of training reference NFPA 1670 Standard on Operations and Training for Technical Search and Rescue Incidents (2017 edition) and NFPA 1021 Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualifications (2020 edition).

Additional Information:

This course is self-paced and can begin at any time.

This online class uses the Google Classroom learning management system.  In order to participate in this online class, you will need to create a free Google account.  You may use your current email address to do this.  We will provide enrollment instructions upon receipt of your online registration form.


Please use the form below to sign up and pay for an individual enrollment.  Contact us for group pricing and registration information.

Rescue Company Management (Online)