There are some training classes that are mandatory to ride on the rig in order to keep compliant with state standards.
Here is a list of all the mandatory training and below that is a link to all the courses. Most are online but there are a few that are in person.
Once completed please submit a copy via the form on the bottom of the page.
Make sure to keep a copy for your files as well. (It is recommended to keep an ongoing folder for all of the training you complete while on the corps)
We understand that this is a lot of training hours, however, by completing everything ahead of your swear-in date you can start volunteering on day one.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask.
Once you have completed the courses or if you have already taken them please upload them to this form.
Hazard Communication & Right to Know
Harassment and Discrimination
These first three (3) courses are able to be completed on one website.
To start go to
On the bottom of the page click “New user registration”.
You then are directed to a series of dropdowns.
- Put “R” in the first one.
- “RAMSEY” in the second one
-And “RAMSEY” again in the third one.
Click “Continue” and follow the directions.
Once complete you can click submit and login to your account.
Once you are logged in, click on “Police, Fire & EMS”.
On the left hand side, you will be able to find the three required courses (listed below).
Please complete these, and submit your certificates in the form above.
1. Bloodborne Pathogens Refresher
2. Building a Safe Workplace: Anti-Harassment and Discrimination
3. HazCom / RTK Refresher
Incident Command System 100
Incident Command System 200
Incident Command System 700
Incident Command System 800
The remaining five courses are through the FEMA online training institute. In order to complete these courses you must first register for a FEMA (SID) student identification number.
**SAVE THIS SID NUMBER**
Go to https://cdp.dhs.gov/femasid/register and begin to complete the required boxes.
The individual link for each class is listed below.
It is important to note that on the right hand side of each page there is a “Interactive Web Based Course” which you click on to view the lecture.
Once this is completed you must click on “Take Final Exam Online” in order to get your certificate.
Upload your certificates with the form above
2. IS-100.C Introduction to the Incident Command System, ICS 100
3. IS-200.C: Basic Incident Command System for Initial Response
4. IS-700.B: An Introduction to the National Incident Management System
5. IS-800.D: National Response Framework, An Introduction
Respiratory Fit Test
Respiratory fit testing is an annual test where we check which of an N95 mask fits us best.
These masks help protect us when a patient produces or the environment contains hazardous respiratory pathogens.
An officer will reach out to you to schedule a test.
Basic Life Support CPR
CPR is a mandatory course to ride on the ambulance.
You will learn how to perform CPR, rescue breaths, and use an AED.
This is a 4-hour course that is held the 2nd Sunday of each month from 3pm to 7pm at Headquarters.
Click the link below to register for the next class.