Registration Policy

Payment in full is required to reserve your spot in the course. Tuition is non-transferable and is payable by check, credit card, PayPal or money order. Tuition covers class materials, course equipment, and certificate or certification cards. Sergeant Rescue is not obligated to allow any student to attend a course until the required payment and course registration materials are received and approved by Sergeant Rescue Training & Consulting staff. A full refund will be given if we need to cancel the course for any reason.

Cancelation, Withdraw & Refund Policy

If a student cancels or withdrawals from a course:

- If greater than or equal to 30 days prior to the starting date of the course, Sergeant Rescue will retain

  a $25.00 administrative fee.

- If equal to or less that 30 days prior to the starting date of the course, tuition is non-refundable and


-  Participants that cancel or withdraw from a course are still responsible for cancelation fees even if payment has not been sent or processed. (Applies if you cancel within 30 days of a course.

A full refund will be given if we need to cancel the course for any reason.

Late Payment Policy

Participants that register and choose pay via company check or personal check must submit payment in a timely manner. Payment is due no later than 10 days after your registrations is submitted. If payment is not post marked prior to this date a late fee will be assessed. Late fees will either be invoiced separately or added to any outstanding balance.
- Initial late fee is $25.00
- An additional fee of $10.00 per day will also be assessed if payment is delayed past 14 days from registration and is retroactive to the date of registration.


No onsite lodging is available for this event.


There are several hotels near Flemington, PA within a 5-25 minute drive from the training site. Average cost per night is $100.00.


There are many great restaurants in the Lock Haven PA area, both local and chain. There are also multiple grocery stores within a 20 minute drive from the training area.

Lunch, water & coffee will be provided as part of the course tuition.

“Despair and failure is most often the offspring of ill-preparedness.”

Welcome & Introductions

Critical Thinking Skills Station: Hazard Vulnerablility Analysis

Lesson 1: Structure Fires

Lesson 2: Radiologic Events

Critical Thinking Skills Station: Practitioner Preparedness Self-Assessment

Lesson 3: Natural Disasters

Lesson 4: Triage

Critical Thinking Skills Station: Triage Simulation Exercise

Lesson 5: Transportation Incidents

Critical Thinking Skills Station: LCAN Drill

Lesson 6: Infectious Disease

Critical Thinking Skills Station: Mass-Casualty Tabletop

Lesson 7: Active Shooter Evolving Concepts

Critical Thinking Skills Station: Active Shooter Tabletop

Post Assessment

Sergeant Rescue Training & Consulting


Travel Arrangements

University Park Airport is the local airport. There are multiple rental car dealers at the airport, Enterprise, Hertz, Etc.


If flying or driving from outside the local area please plan to arrive the day before..


Class will dismiss at 1700 on Sunday. We encourage those wishing to fly that flight arrangements be made to depart Sunday after class or for Monday.


Goodwill Hose Ambulance Association

    Flemington PA

All Hazards Disaster Response

Date: 13 June 2021    9:00am - 5:00pm

Cost: $150  (Lunch Included)

The All Hazards Disaster Response (AHDR) course teaches students how to respond to the many types of disaster scenarios they may encounter, including natural disasters and infrastructure failings, fires and radiological events, pandemics, active shooter incidents, and other mass casualty events. AHDR educates participants on how to analyze potential threats in their area, assess available resources, and create a response plan that will save lives.

Features of a medical response plan covered in the course include:
- Communicating effectively during disasters.
- Mutual aid and interoperability.
- Managing resources such as supplies, medications and equipment.
- Triage and transportation strategies and challenges.
- Patient tracking and evacuation.

At the start of the course, participants conduct a “hazards vulnerability analysis” to assess features of their environment, both natural and man-made, that pose risk along with assessing the needs of vulnerable populations, such as assisted-living residents or hospital patients that need special consideration during such an event.

Content is presented in the context of realistic scenarios, culminating with a large-scale mass casualty activity.

AHDR is appropriate for all levels of EMS practitioners. This course is offered in the classroom and provides 8 hours of CAPCE credit and NREMT recognition.