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Name COM-T All-Hazards Communications Technician : ( COM-T)
Description The Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Office of Emergency Communications (OEC) has completed the development of the All-Hazards Communications Technician (COMT) curriculum. This curriculum trains emergency responders on practices and procedures common to radio communication technicians during all-hazards emergency operations and will help communications technicians to work within the Incident Command System (ICS) organizational structure with standardized operational and technical procedures. The COMT class is targeted for all local, regional, state and federal cross disciplinary emergency response professionals and coordination/support personnel with a communications background. Individuals who are assigned responsibility for a Strategic Technology Reserve (radio cache, mobile communications vehicle, or other deployable communications assets) are encouraged to attend. This class is targeted to students who have technical aptitude, but not necessarily strong technical experience.
PreRequisite -100.b or IS-100 C. or IS-100.c or IS-100.Fwa or IS-100.Leb ICS-200, IS-700 ICS-800 ICS-300 (strongly recommended ,but not required)
Target Audience he All-Hazards Communications Technician (COMT) course trains responders on practices/procedures common to radio communication technicians all hazards incidents
This course will help communications technicians work within the ICS organizational structure, and prepare personnel for all hazards deployment in the State of Florida
This course is intended for response professionals and coordination/support personnel with communications backgrounds
This course is targeted to students who have technical aptitude, but not necessarily strong technical experience
Additional Information PREREQUISITES: A public safety communications background with exposure to field operations. Fundamental public safety communications technology awareness. Basic knowledge of local communications and communications systems; frequencies and spectrum; technologies; knowledge of state, regional, and local communications plans Completion of the following training courses: - ICS-100 - ICS-200 - IS-700 - IS-800 - ICS-300 (strongly recommended, but not required). A written recommendation from the student's supervisor attesting that the student possesses the knowledge listed above. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Course length is five days (40 hours) Please note: Maximum student count is 16 participants. Registration will be reviewed/approved by instructor cadre and DEM Staff to ensure participation from all regions (1-2 students per region). Students who are approved will be contacted prior to course with additional information.
Location Lake Technical College IPS
Address 1565 Lane Park Cutoff
Tavares 32778
Lake
Region 5

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Date Monday, Dec 06, 2021 - Friday, Dec 10, 2021
Point of Contact Jason Matthews
352-742-3940  
jason@lcso.org
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NameCountyOrganization
Clayton ParrottPinellas Pinellas County Emergency Management
John MulhallOrange Orange County OEM
Jason PerrigoOrange  
John KeetingHillsborough U.S. Marshals Service
Jerrod WalrathMarion  
Joe LiffeyOrange U.S. Marshals Service
Sean RobertPalm Beach Palm Beach County Fire Rescue
Kevin RulapaughColumbia Alachua County Fire Rescue
Benjamin CopelandLeon Division of Emergency Management
Ricardo Garcia JimenezCollier Collier County Sheriff's Office
Joseph FoxOrange Orlando Fire Department
HANNAH TOLAROkaloosaOcean City-Wright Fire Control District
April MillerSanta Rosa Santa Rosa County Emergency Communications
Brooke MurphyLake Lake County Sheriff's Office
Thomas SzempruchCollier GNFD
Joshua DargoltzHillsborough Hillsborough County Fire Rescue/TF-3/MARC-4
Michael BoyhanBroward Tamarac Fire Rescue
Kevin MilhornHillsborough Other-Hillsborough
Luis OrtizMiami-Dade City of Miami Fire Rescue - FLTF2
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NameCountyOrganization
Matthew KramerDuval Jacksonville Fire/Rescue Department
James CarterDuval Jacksonville Sheriff's Office
Jerold MaynardOrange Suppression
Michael ZielonkaOrange Orange County Fire/Rescue
John HansenSeminole Seminole County Fire Dept. / FL-TF4
Cody HesserOrange Orange County Fire Rescue / FL-TF4
Arthur BergenOrange Orlando Fire Department/ FL-TF4
Timothy CunninghamPasco Pasco County ARES/RACES
Shannon ZielonkaOrange Orange County Fire Rescue/TF4/MARC 5
James ShafferLake Leesburg Fire Department
Jeffrey HansenOrange  
STEPHEN BENNETTDuval Jacksonville Fire & Rescue Dept.
Jean C. VelezDuval Other- Duval
David PietyOrange  
William ZielonkaOrange OCFRD/FLTF-4
Robert RewisLee Other-Lee
Brian TannerOkaloosaOcean City Wright Fire Control District/ MARC1
Martin JordanHillsborough Hillsborough County
AARON COURTLEYOrange Other-Orange
Daniel MoralesOrange Orlando Fire Department
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