Emergency Services Training
3000 Airport Road Sanford, N.C. 27332 • (919) 777-7767

The Emergency Services Training Center is committed to providing accessible, high quality, and cost effective emergency responder training in Emergency Medical Services, Firefighting, Technical Rescue, and Law Enforcement. Our programs strive to develop skilled responders, empowering them to act more effectively in emergency situations. The 119 acre site includes:

  • Classroom buildings
  • Class A live-burn building
  • A four-story tower used for rescue training
  • Driving tracks ideal for vehicular pursuit, pursuit intervention, motorcycle safety, and other specialized training
  • Specialized tactical training areas (less than lethal ammunition, rescue intervention, crime scene, and building clearing)

Public Safety Course Schedules

Class Name Start • End Dates Instructor Location Class Hours Total Hours Class Description Student Cap Registration
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First Line Supervison August 03, 2020 • August 7, 2020 Wayne Coates ESTC Rm. 121 8am-5pm 40 This course is designed for aspiring, newly appointed and seasoned supervisors. The course will provide you with the knowledge and skills required to effectively supervise in a present-day progressive agency. 30 Register Now for First Line Supervison with Wayne Coates on August 03, 2020
Crisis Intervention Training August 17, 2020 • August 21, 2020 NAMI ESTC Rm. 121 8am-5pm 40 The class prepares the law enforcement professionals to better deal with people in a serious mental health crisis. CIT is a police-based, pre-booking jail diversion program that trains law enforcement professionals to better understand mental illness, de-escalate people in crisis, and direct them to appropriate care rather than to jail. A partnership between law enforcement, the mental health system and consumers/families provides many benefits for the community. 24 Register Now for Crisis Intervention Training with NAMI on August 17, 2020
General Instructor August 27, 2020 • September 10, 2020 Eric Young ESTC Rm. 121 8am-5pm 87 In order to teach the courses regulated by the Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission, you must complete this 87-hour course. An applicant worksheet and the Agreement for Enrollment, must be submitted at least 30 days prior to the class. This is needed to ensure the applicant meets the qualifications (4+ years of law enforcement experience, Microsoft Word & PowerPoint knowledge, etc.) necessary to enter in the class. The student is responsible for purchasing the GI Manual from the NC Justice Academy Bookstore. This manual is required to attend this class 18 Register Now for General Instructor with Eric Young on August 27, 2020
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Death and Homicide Investigation October 12, 2020 • October 16, 2020 Blueline Training ESTC R. 121 8am-5pm 40 Officers will be shown the various types of natural, accidental, suicidal and homicidal deaths you may encounter along with proven investigative strategies for each type of case. Officers will learn a systematic process for handling the crime scene from the initial approach through scene documentation and evidence collection. 30 Register Now for Death and Homicide Investigation with Blueline Training on October 12, 2020
Field Training Officer October 19, 2020 • October 23, 2020 Eric Young ESTC Rm. 121 8am-5pm 40 Field Training Officer is for law enforcement officers who are or will be assigned to provide field training to new officers. This course will provide the technical and personal skills to individuals in order for them to function as evaluators and trainers of recruits who have completed BLET, DOCC or new hires in Communications. 28 Register Now for Field Training Officer with Eric Young on October 19, 2020
Servant Leadership October 20, 2020 • October 21, 2020 Wayne Coates ESTC Rm. 118 8am-5pm 16 As a servant leader, you’re a “servant first”- you focus on the needs of others, especially team members, before you consider your own. You acknowledge other people’s prospective, give them the support they need to meet their work and personal goals, involve them in decisions where appropriate, and build a sense of community within your team. This leads to higher engagement, more trust, and stronger relationships with teams members and other stakeholders. This training focuses on developing your “servant leadership” skills and understand the role servant leaders can play in accomplishing the purpose of the organization. 30 Register Now for Servant Leadership with Wayne Coates on October 20, 2020

Downloadable Schedules

General inquiries may be directed to:

Administrative Specialist
Karen Brown
(919) 777-7767
kbrown@cccc.edu

Emergency Medical Services Program Director
Susan Macklin
(910) 814-8912
smacklin@cccc.edu

Fire and Rescue Training Coordinator
Hampton Williams
(919) 777-7778
hwilliams@cccc.edu

Law Enforcement Training Coordinator
Larry Foster
(919) 777-7772
lfoster@cccc.edu