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Fire & Safety Course

This technical and extensive course is designed to fit to the specific hazards of a particular structure or facility and still compliant with the current standard of care. Aside from the basic safety and widely-accepted fire fighting techniques, the participants are also trained for the particular hazards within their respective facilities.

Alpha-1 Technical Training's Industrial Fire Fighting training is not only knowledge based focused but also requires skills and visualization in order to properly utilize fire fighting equipments such as fire extinguisher, alarm system, industrial water supply, tank fire control and other fire equipments. From how to use the fire extinguisher, how to properly respond to alarms, basic foam operations, up to proper handling of hose and ladders, our training program together with our internationally certified instructors guarantees that all our participants meet and exceed training objectives under international standard.


Alpha-1’s Structural and Industrial Fire Fighting program is not your typical fire fighting program as we not only follow local standards but our curriculum is in accordance with NFPA standards. Our participants once completed our courses will walk away with valuable knowledge on how to protect their facility, co-workers, and themselves in cases of fire. Chances are, your personnel will be asking when and what our other advanced courses are due!

Technical Rescue Course

Technical rescue is the use of specialized tools and skills for rescue, including Vehicle RescueConfined Space RescueRope Rescue, Fire Rescue,  Trench Rescue, Structural Collapse RescueWater Rescue, and wilderness search and rescue.

These often require Specialized Rescue Squad as they exceed the capabilities of conventional Fire Departments or Emergency Medical Services.

In the United States, technical rescues will often have multiple jurisdictions operating together to effect the rescue, and will often use the Incident Command System to manage the incident and resources at the scene. 


National Fire Protection Association standards NFPA 1006 and NFPA 1670 state that all rescuers must have a minimum of first aid (infection control, bleeding control, shock management) and CPR training to perform any technical rescue operation, including cutting the vehicle itself during an extrication.


EMS Course

( Emergency Medical Services )

Emergency Medical Responders are the first line of medical professionals ready to provide immediate care for critical patients inorder to save their lives. The medical responder’s ability to quickly respond during a medical emergency is very crucial. The first on the scene is the person who arrives before the advent of healthcare professionals, performs basic life saving techniques to the victim with minimal set of equipments or the absence of it. At times, simple hand maneuvers are enough.

Some of the immediate responders on the scene are rescue services, firemen, policemen, flight attendants, and other individuals who do not have a medical education but have practical skills in providing immediate care during emergencies are faster than medics.

The key to their prompt and high-quality response is that they received proper first aid training including cardiopulmonary resuscitation, immobilization, defibrillation, bleeding, recognition of heart attack, stroke, hypoglycemia, anaphylactic reaction, fracture care, and burns.

This course focuses on providing high quality and standardized process that conforms to International Standards in saving lives.

Alpha-1 Technical Training and Consulting Services provide an overview of the human anatomy and its physiology. We also ensure that as front liners in emergency response are competent with the basic principles and skills needed to assess the condition of the victim and provide pre-hospital care in extreme conditions before the arrival of the emergency medical team.

All participants are required to demonstrate mastery of the course to successfully complete the program and obtain an EMS certificate.


Hazmat & CBRNE Course

Hazard mitigation is defined as actions taken to help minimize or eliminate damages and long-term risks caused by hazardous materials or natural disasters. Alpha-1 Technical Training & Consulting Services holds international certification that provides assistance in formulating effective mitigation plan that can break the repetitive cycle of disaster damages.

Alpha-1 Technical Training & Consulting Services recognizes that it is nearly impossible to eradicate hazmat incidences; however, with effective training and management we can reduce significantly the cause and severity of the damages.

We are all aware of the level of danger of HazMat operations. Therefore, it is imperative that all students understand the risk involved, their duties and responsibilities on the scene, when to step back, and lastly when to reach out for a much more specialized teams to take over.

Here are the levels of HazMat Training:

  1. Awareness - First responders at this level are individuals who are likely to witness or discover a hazardous substance upon release. They are trained to identify a hazardous material and its risk factors, recognize a release, and identify the material, and the need for additional resources. As stated by the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) and different state OSHA programs, a responder at the Awareness Level must have:

    • Full comprehension of hazardous substances and the risks associated with them during an emergency

    • Clear grasp of the potential outcomes associated with an emergency created when hazardous substances are present

    • The ability to identify the presence of hazardous substances during an emergency

    • Full comprehension of the role of the first responder at the Awareness Level, including site security and control, and use of the local government's Emergency Response

  2. Operations Level – The purpose of this level is to act as an initial responder in situations where it involves the release of a hazardous substance and secure the affected area and possible casualties.

  3. Technician Level – A responder that specializes at a technical level who can do offensive action before and after the release of the hazardous substance for the purpose of controlling the situation.

Alpha-1 Technical Training and Consulting Services provide full training that is in compliance with International Standards in the field of Hazardous Materials Mitigation.

Emergency Management & Services

Training Programs:

- Basic Fire & Safety Inspections Course

- Basic Code Enforcement Course
- NFPA 1001 Standard Fire Fighting Levels 1 and 2 (Long Term)
- NFPA 1001 Basic Course Fire Fighting Level 1 and 2 (Short Term)

- NFPA 1003 Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting (ARFF) Course (Long Term)

- Basic, Intermediate, Advance, and Expert ARFF Courses
- Basic, Intermediate. Advance, and Expert Technical Rescue

- Introduction, Basic Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) Operations

- Introduction, Basic Confined Space Operations

- Introduction, Basic Collapsed Structure Operations

- Introduction, Basic Rope-Rescue / High-Angle Rescue

- Intro, Basic, Intermediate, Advance, Expert Rope Technician

- NFPA Hazardous Materials/CBRNE Awareness Course

- NFPA Hazardous Materials CBRNE Operations Course

- NFPA Hazardous  Materials /CBRNE Technician Course

- Hazardous Materials / CBRNE Specialized Courses

- Hazardous Materials / CBRNE Decontamination Operations
- Intro to Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG) Course 
- Basic First Aid and Life Support Course
- Emergency Medical Responder(EMR) Course
- Medical Emergency First Responder (MEFRsT) Level-1

- Medical Emergency Firs Responder (MEFRsT) Level-2
- Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) 
- Advance Emergency Medical Technician (EMT-A)
- Water Safety, Survival and Rescue Course (Lifeguard)

- Tactical Combat Casualty Care ( TCCC )

- WASAR Level-1, Level-2, Level-3, and Level-4

- Emergency Water Rescue Management (EWAREM)

- Introduction to Incident Command System (ICS)

- Introduction to Incident Management System (IMS)

- Active Shooter Incident Management & Operations

- Rescue Task Force (RTF) Operations

- Executive Emergency Management Course

- Mid-Level/ Manager Emergency Management Course

- Supervisor / Operations-Level Management Course

- Tactical Emergency Casualty Care ( TECC )

- Occupational Safety & Health Training Course (DOLE Accredited)
- COSH / BOSH Standard Safety Training (DOLE Accredited)
        - Safety Officer Level-1 (SO1)
        - Safety Officer Level-2  (SO2)
        - Safety Officer Level-3  (SO3)
- Specialized Safety & Health Training Courses
- Train the Trainer (TtT) Course for Safety Officers

Fire & Safety and Facility Management:

- National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH)– International Certification
- Certified Facility Manager (CFM) – International Certification
- Professional Facility Management (ProFM)-

   International Certification
- Certified Fire Protection Specialist (CFPS) – NFPA Certification

Training Program Schedule

*  Course Schedule vary depending on course level from basic, standard or intermediate and advance levels.
*  Credit Hours or Actual Course Hours range between 1.5  Hours per Subject up to 8.0 Hours per day. (Applicable CEU’s are 
*  CUSTOMIZED courses are available for private, commercial and government agencies and units (LGU’s). (Please contact 
us directly for further details) 
*  On-line, On-Demand, webinar platform training are available for specific courses.  (Contact us directly for further details) 
*  Training may be conducted at the Alpha-1 Training Center in Olongapo City or OFF-SITE at the client/customers location.

Note:  Minimum student/participants are required to conduct training at an off-site location.  (Contact us directly for further details) 

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