Federal Resources, a global supplier for military and first responder equipment, provides an in-depth, comprehensive learning experience for a variety of professionals and their organizations. The difference? We incorporate valuable classroom time with hands-on training for the equipment you’d use in the field. Trainees can put their acquired knowledge to use and utilize the HazMatIQ Response System to adequately prepare responders on how to deal with threats involving hazardous materials both safely and effectively.
Additionally, Federal Resources provides educational opportunities including Hands-On Training, Integrated Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) Equipment Training, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Training, and Tactical Training. Each training program is designed to be both intuitive and practical, structured in a way that makes concepts easy to grasp and retain.
OVERVIEW OF OUR TRAINING COURSES
|HazMatIQ Classroom Training||Hands-On Training||HazMatIQ Classroom Training||Hands-On Training|
|Above the Line/Below the Line||HMIQ Tactics: Propane-IQ||Above the Line/Below the Line||HMIQ Tactics: Propane-IQ|
|First Responder Offensive||All-Hazard Management Response Course||First Responder Offensive||All-Hazard Management Response Course|
|AdvancedIQ||HazMat Technician Certification Training||AdvancedIQ||HazMat Technician Certification Training|
|… etc.||…etc||… etc.||…etc|
HazMatIQ Classroom Training
The classroom portion of HazMatIQ training consists of 10 courses, each with a unique focus and objective. In these courses, students learn how to respond to a number of different threats and scenarios appropriately. A list of training courses is recorded below:
Above the Line/Below the Line Training
This course lays the foundation for all HazMatIQ courses and uses simplified flow charts to allow responders to size-up any chemical in seconds to prepare for the appropriate response.
First Responder Offensive Training
This course builds on the first one and instructs students on how to safely enter the Hot Zone to perform a rescue and/or recon.
This customizable course continues to build on the first course and uses complex scenarios to challenge students to think critically.
Air Monitoring Training
The Air Monitoring course is designed to train students on the use, interpretation, and selection of direct reading instruments, various test strips, and identification technologies.
This straightforward course teaches students everything they need to know in order to react appropriately in the Hot Zone, from radiation fundamentals to transportation and response.
3-Day RadIQ Training
This course can be modified to fit any unit’s needs and walks students from a basic understanding of radiation through radiological response.
The Tox-Medic course is a specialized EMS training program that provides medics with the knowledge and skills to care for patients suffering from a hazmat/WMD exposure.
Hash Oil Extraction Labs Training
The focus of this course is to teach students how to respond when entering facilities designed to grow marijuana for recreational or medical use and how to deal with the specific hazards that are present in such facilities.
This technician-level course provides responders and warfighters with the knowledge and skills required to conduct Electrostatic Decontamination Tactics (EDT).
This synthetic opioid risk-based response class prepares responders and investigators to address incidents involving synthetic opioids, including clandestine labs safely.
RAE Tech 1 Training
This intensive portable instrument technician certification course offers hands-on training to end-users of Area Rea Multi-Rea family instruments.
Hands-On Equipment and Field Training
Federal Resources Training offers a unique hands-on experience that allows professionals in training to put their knowledge to use. We make sure our customers know how to apply what they learned in the classroom to real-world scenarios and life-threatening situations.
These vital courses are 50% hands-on, teaching responders how to safely mitigate a propane emergency, including tactical considerations, container assessments, leak control options, and flaring operations. Explore all HazMatIQ courses.
Counter CBRN All-Hazard Management Response Course (CMAR)
This comprehensive course is divided into two sections and is written for Bioenvironmental and Emergency Management personnel who utilize Air Monitoring technologies in the course of their jobs. This may also include local fire, police or Haz-Mat personnel from surrounding jurisdictions. This course provides participants with the opportunity to put the knowledge acquired during the instructional part of the training to use.
HazMat Technician Certification Training
Students who complete this customizable course learn the skills required to respond to hazmat and WMD emergencies and incorporates the HazMatIQ System.
Integrated CBRNE Equipment Training
Courses included in this section are designed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills they need to respond effectively to a mass-casualty incident involving the release of hazardous substances or CBRNE warfare agents. In this training, students learn the fundamentals of patient decontamination and how to operate support equipment.
This section also includes the Manufacturer Equipment Training course that provides high-quality, hands-on training for manufacturers; including Honeywell/Rea Systems, Smith Detections, Ortec, Airboss Decon Equipment, and many others. Our in-depth Military Equipment Training includes instruction on use, maintenance, troubleshooting, and hands-on training for M26 JSTDS, AN/PDR 77, JCAD, MCD, MACRMS, and DRSKO.
Other courses in this section include Advanced Guardian Training, Environmental Hapsite Training, Basic Integrated Survey, Advanced Hapsite Operator’s Course, and the Shimadzu Operator’s Course.
Federal Resources’ training program offers a large variety of courses designed to educate participants on how to handle many different scenarios involving explosives safely. Examples of our EOD Training courses include Homemade Explosive (HMEIQ), Advanced Instrumentation, Threat Assessment Improvised Explosive Devices, and Threat Assessment in a Homemade Explosives Environment.
This section also includes highly in-depth courses such as our EOD Chemical, Biological, and Radiological (CBR) Training Program Supporting Special Operations Forces (SOF); which is broken into several modules, each with a specific focus. These modules cover such topics as CBRN equipment, chemical hazards, medical management of CBR patients, decontamination/desensitizing of chemical and biological agents, improvised and modified CBRN weapons, and advanced manual techniques to defeat improvised CBRNE devices. Each course offers the opportunity to learn valuable skill sets that can be practically applied to situations encountered while on the job.
Solid tactical training is vital to any mission, and Federal Resources offers several courses designed to educate and equip participants with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed out in the field. Our wide range of offerings include courses such as Basic Leadership, Basic Rifle/Marksmanship, Communications, Basic Fire Support/Fire Support Task, Targeting and Interdiction, Tactical Movements/Patrolling, Convoy Operations, Urban Operations, and Basic First Aid. We also offer several CQD courses, including Operational Unit, Law Enforcement, CQD Protective Specialist, and Maritime Operations.
Train With Federal Resources Today
Federal Resources Training is performed by highly-qualified professionals with years of experience in their respective fields. All courses are designed to convey vital information in a way that allows students to grasp and assimilate the information quickly and trains them on how to apply their knowledge and skills out in the field. From basic to advanced, our courses equip participants to respond effectively to a wide range of threats.
Training Course Catalog
Download our 2018 Training Course Catalog (PDF).
Who Uses the HazMatIQ System?
New Month. New Call. New Threat. New Chemical of the Month.
We get called out for a call involving ammonia. You’re the first person there, and you’re ready to go in. But are you? The right gear and apparel may not be what you have. Todd Smith and Milton Painter dive deep into ammonia and tell us the correct response to this threat.
Follow along as we run the HazMatIQ system to find out how to assess the threat, determine the chemical, and respond properly.
OEM Certified Training Testimonials:
“The HazMatIQ training system is truly a game changer. The instructors are the best of the best! They go the extra mile to provide the best training possible.”
Monmouth County, NJ Fire & Rescue
“This is my second time in this class and it is an awesome course. I hope all first responders use this platform because it makes our jobs easier and safer. The instructors are entertaining, professional and extremely knowledgeable. I am much more comfortable after this course in being the confident guy during a response.”
Victor De Jesus,
Emergency Manager, Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support
“The instruction undoubtedly shows that you are clearly the subject matter experts and are able to easily teach and pass that information on to your students. My strongest commendations go out to the team.”
CW04 Gary Reed,
USMC, CBRN Officer