About the Lake Country Fire & Rescue Training Center (LCFR-TC)
The Lake Country Fire & Rescue Training Center (LCFR-TC) has been a State of Wisconsin approved training center since 2010. LCFR-TC offers a wide variety of courses and refreshers to include: EMT Basic initial training, EMT Basic Refresher, Advanced EMT initial training, Advanced EMT refresher and also EMT Paramedic refreshers.
LCFR-TC also offers American Heart Association CPR, Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) classes. LCFR-TC has two state licensed instructor coordinators who design each of our courses and creates customized class schedules for business organizations, fire departments or individuals needing some flexibility in class scheduling. LCFR-TC offers a very competitive fee schedule and is more than willing to hold small classes to meet the needs of independent or fire department affiliated students.
Lake Country Fire & Rescue Training Center Mission Statement
To provide our students and colleagues with an opportunity to receive a quality education in public safety operations, multiple levels of emergency medical technician certifications and continuing education courses that will enhance their ability to deliver lifesaving services, in a manner consistent with National Registry standards and Wisconsin State guidelines; while maintaining their safety, as well as the safety of their co-workers and the communities they serve.
Providing access to excellent education and training
Promoting higher education for emergency medical services
Providing education on cutting edge equipment and procedures
Providing superior customer service and care
Offered Classes and Trainings
CPR Training/Refresher (non-resident general public and businesses) —$40/ Student
CPR Training/Refresher (residents and LCFR response area businesses) — $25/ Student
Fire Extinguisher Training —$10/ Student
First Aid — Determined at time of Request depending on level of first aid training needed
Paramedic Refresher — $150/ Student ( ACLS,PALS, CPR)
PALS Training/Refresher for initial instruction/certification — $75/ Student
PALS Training/Refresher for renewal — $50/ Student
ACLS Training/Refresher for initial instruction/certification — $75/ Student
ACLS Training/Refresher for renewal — $50/ Student
EMT Initial Training (Summer Only) — $800 Student (tuition cost minus books)
EMT Refresher —$95/ Student
Advanced EMT Refresher— $110/ Student
Other training based on request and department costs — Varied
For more information and class schedules please contact:
Captain Tanya Reynen (262)337-9751 firstname.lastname@example.org
Kettle Moraine High School Of Health Sciences HS^2
Lake Country Fire & Rescue Training Center (LCFR-TC) has created a partnership with the High School of Health Sciences (HS2), a charter school offered to the students at Kettle Moraine High School. The high school of health sciences is a charter school that exists on the campus of the Kettle Moraine High School. Students in HS2 will learn through immersive environments where they are introduced to diverse career pathways and professionals in the world of health care. Lake Country Fire & Rescue and LCFR-TC are working closely with HS2 and have offered workshops for students enrolled in the charter program. Students who participate in the workshops are able to see what it is like to be a firefighter/EMT. In each workshop, students learn how the fire service works, how to become trained, how all of our equipment works and were able to use the Jaws of Life to cut apart a car. The students also donned turnout gear and self contained breathing apparatus to experience what it is like to crawl through a maze and rescue a dummy. Our partnership has opened the student’s eyes as to what it is like to be a firefighter as most of them were not aware of our responsibilities and capabilities.
Looking into the future, LCFR and LCFR-TC will be offering an internship program for the students of HS2. LCFR-TC will be putting students through the EMT basic initial training course in their senior year. Once they have completed their EMT studies, they are eligible to participate in an internship program with LCFR and start responding to 911 emergencies. Our overall goal with this partnership is to enlighten these students, who know they want to pursue a career in the medical field, and show them how interesting and exciting the fire/EMS service can be.