West Virginia Public Service Training (WVPST) provides training for emergency services personnel throughout the state.
Public Service Training, or “PST”, is the umbrella term for a group of programs related to maintaining the health, safety, and well-being of the general public including but not limited to- Firefighting, Emergency Medical Services, and Law Enforcement.
How important is Public Service Training? Well, the next time you pass an automobile accident, house fire, or medical
emergency, there is a good chance that the person responding to the incident has received some or all of his/her training from the West Virginia Public Service Training program. To bring it even closer to home, if the unfortunate victim of one of these emergencies is you or a loved one, you can only hope that the responder has received the best training possible!
- Emergency Medical Technician(EMT)
- First Aid/CPR
- Rescue Training (Rope, Vehicle Extracation, Swift Water, etc....)
- Firefighter and Fire Officer
- Emergency Services Instructor
- Hazardous Materials
- Incident Command System
- Law Enforcement/Incident Command Officer
- Water/Wastewater Operator
- Click here for a list of training available through WVPST
- Click here for a list of Prerequisite Training Requirements