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COVID testing for US arrivals

by Becky Myers -

Posting from the CDC website:

To reduce introduction and spread of new variants of SARS-CoV-2, CDC issued an Order pdf icon[PDF – 9 pages] effective January 26, 2021. It requires all air passengers arriving to the US from a foreign country to get tested for COVID-19 infection no more than 3 days before their flight departs and to provide proof of the negative result or documentation of having recovered from COVID-19 to the airline before boarding the flight. For more information on this testing requirement, see the Frequently Asked Questions.   https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/testing-international-air-travelers.html  

COVID testing for Canadians

by Becky Myers -

1-13-2021 UPDATE: We will be able to provide our outgoing International travelers a COVID test.


We are aware of the new requirements put in place by the Canadian government for all returning residents to Canada to be tested for COVID 72 hours prior to returning. We are working on a solution/option for our students to get this taken care while you are at boot camp. 

We will keep you posted as we work on an answer for you. Stay safe and healthy! 

COVID-19

by Becky Myers -

Hope everyone is staying safe and healthy! 

We are still booking boot camps and will reschedule as needed if COVID issues prevent us from doing so. 


If you are done testing and ready to book a boot camp please email studentservices@trainingdivision.com with your request to schedule. We are working hard on getting everyone booked and adding additional 2 week camps as needed.


Thank you.

Advanced Course Information Video

by Wade Green -

This information video has been added to assist the student with our Advanced Fire courses

As always, if you can contact our Help Desk for further assistance.  Help@TrainingDivision.com

Letter from the CEO: Concerning COVID-19

by Becky Myers -

COVID-19 Texas Campus Precautions

Our First Responder family comes first! The TrainingDivsion.com team is closely following the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and we want you to know that your safety is our top priority. With your well-being in mind, we have provided our staff with helpful guidelines and information provided by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This information details how to identify COVID-19 symptoms and mitigate its transmission, as well as guidance on how to handle and report suspected or confirmed cases of COVID-19. In addition, we have trained and equipped our team with access to industry-standard cleaning and disinfecting supplies to achieve the highest standards of cleanliness, disinfection and hygiene for all areas throughout our Texas campus.

As we continue to monitor this ever-changing situation closely, our dedicated and experienced team is focusing its efforts on the safety and well-being of all our students and staff – while continuing to deliver you a great experience here at boot camp. As new information arises, we are keeping the integrity of our company core values in mind with every decision we make going forward. We understand you have some decisions to make also and encourage you to consider the guidance provided by the WHO and CDC to make the right travel choices for yourself.

TrainingDivision.com boot camps will currently continue as scheduled alongside the parameters listed below. Here are the steps we’re taking to protect our staff and students:

 

Our Texas Campus:

•             We are cleaning commonly used areas more often.

•             Sanitizing restrooms, kitchen, classrooms and dorms more frequently and restocking with supplies, including soap, disinfectant spray, paper towels and hand sanitizer.

•             Adding extra hand sanitizer stations and disinfectant spray throughout the facility.

•             Partnering with our suppliers to replenish high-demand preparedness products.

•             Following best practices for safe food handling, as always.

 

For Our Staff and Students:

•             Encouraging our staff/students to closely monitor their health and well-being.

•             Encouraging proper hand washing and use of hand sanitizer (posters with directions will be installed in main areas of facility).

•             Asking our staff/students to stay home if they or someone in their household present COVID-19 symptoms.

•             Implementing an internal policy for any person on campus presenting COVID-19 symptoms.

 

Thank you for choosing TrainingDivision.com as your source for First Responder certification training. We appreciate your trust in our organization and staff!

 

Respectfully,

 

Mick Moffitt

Chief Executive Officer

TrainingDivision.com

Emergency Training Center

1-877-470-FIRE

 

“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” –Martin Luther King Jr.

 

 


FIDO profile

by Becky Myers -

Please make sure to fill out the entire profile portion of your FIDO account. It is important that everything is correct and up to date for contact/identification purposes. 

If you have any issues with your FIDO account you can contact TCFP at 512-936-3838.


Thank you. 

Monthly Final

by Becky Myers -

Your assurance letter for the monthly final will not be accepted early. This is to be filled out the day you take your final once your proctor is done watching you take your final exam.


Thank you.

TCFP Personal Identification Number (PIN) requirement

by Wade Green -

Very important information for Fire Students! Beginning in 2013 the Texas Commission on Fire Protection requires all students enrolled in a commission approved fire training class to have a PIN.  If you are enrolled in any of Training Division's courses (excluding EMS or SFFMA courses), you will need to go to the TCFP website and request a PIN if you do not already have one. Your  PIN# should be given to studentservices@trainingdivision.com as soon as possible.(include the name of your class; Fire, Driver Operator, etc.) Any delay in sending in this number could result in the delay of your hands on class. This number is used to add individuals to rosters for skills and certification testing. You can go to:  https://auth.tcfp.texas.gov/account/login to create your PIN.

 IF YOU GIVE YOUR FIDO# OVER THE PHONE WHEN YOU ENROLLED YOU DO NOT HAVE TO EMAIL IT IN.

 Thank you, 

TD Administration 

 


(Edited by Becky Myers - original submission Tuesday, 19 July 2016, 12:55 PM)

Directions to Training Division

by Becky Myers -


Traveling from the North...

Take 35W South

Exit at Crowley/1187 and head West (right)

Go 6-7 miles to the light at 1902 (Texaco on the Left)

Turn Left and head South for 2 miles and we are on the Left


Traveling from the South...

Take 35W North

Exit at Crowley/1187 and head West (left)

Go 6-7 miles to the light at 1902 (Texaco on the Left)

Turn Left and head South for 2 miles and we are on the Left


Traveling from the West...

Take I20 or I30 to 35W

Take 35W South

Exit at Crowley/1187 and head West (right)

Go 6-7 miles to the light at 1902 (Texaco on the Left)

Turn Left and head South for 2 miles and we are on the Left


Traveling from the East

Take I20 or I30 to 35W

Take 35W South

Exit at Crowley/1187 and head West (right)

Go 6-7 miles to the light at 1902 (Texaco on the Left)

Turn Left and head South for 2 miles and we are on the Left



Boot camp scheduling

by Becky Myers -

Trading boot camps amongst other students is not allowed. There is a process for rescheduling and changing your boot camp. Please follow the instructions in your syllabus.


Thank you,

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