Proper operation of an emergency vehicle is critical for police officers and public safety. In the Emergency Vehicle Operation course, participants become familiar with terminology, driving skills and liability issues that relate to the operation of a police vehicle. This 24-hour course includes hands-on driving exercises that will enhance an officer’s ability to operate a vehicle during an emergency situation by teaching personal and vehicle control limitations. To reduce agency liability, an advanced course is designed to train experienced instructors to deliver the Emergency Vehicle Operations course to their peers. This class is a realistic, high-stress, driving program that offers the participant 40 hours of actual driving time. The course curriculum has been designed with input from the Texas Municipal League – Intergovernmental Risk Pool training and risk reduction staff. Both courses meet Texas Commission on Law Enforcement requirements.

Emergency Vehicle Operation


Funding Options DHS/FEMA Veterans Benefits GSA
Delivery Types Online Face-to-Face Blended
Course Number Title Description Funding Option Delivery Type Division
LET515 Emergency Vehicle Operations Instructor Quick View Course Description

ILEPSE
LET516 Emergency Vehicle Operations Instructor Update Quick View Course Description

ILEPSE
LET530 Emergency Response Driving for Command and Service Vehicles Quick View Course Description

ILEPSE

Course Number Title Description Funding Option Delivery Type Division
LET501 International Police Mountain Bike Association (IPMBA) Police Cyclist Quick View Course Description

ILEPSE
TAA510 Traffic Accident Avoidance Quick View Course Description

ILEPSE
TAA511 Traffic Accident Avoidance – Trailer Use Quick View Course Description

ILEPSE
TAA512 Off-Road Vehicle Operations Quick View Course Description

ILEPSE

The TEEX class fully prepared me for the NREP exam. The reference material is easy to understand, well-organized and useful. I recommend your training seminars to anyone in the industry. Thank you very much.

— Alfredo Insignares, MSEM, CHMM Washington Defense Group, EG&G Division of URS Corporation
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