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Emergency Reporting Training Is Now Eligible for GoArmyEd Funding

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Emergency Reporting® (ER), a leader in cloud-based Fire and EMS records management software, announced today they are now a vendor for GoArmyEd, so members of GoArmyEd can apply to have their Emergency Reporting training paid for by this government tuition assistance program. This will allow Emergency Reporting’s customers to access training money without having to budget through their individual departments.

Emergency Reporting offers 5-8 Regional Training Academies (RTA) per year. The RTAs are three-day comprehensive training events held in major cities across the United States and are designed for ER users who want to get the most out of their records management software. They offer one-on-one training with customers during the day and allow and encourage networking and social time in the evenings.

The RTAs are led by Emergency Reporting’s experienced trainers, who are all active or recently retired public safety professionals with over 250 years of combined firefighting and EMS experience. ER’s Training Manager, Mark “Mac” McKleroy, says that customers who have attended previous RTAs have found the experience to be invaluable. “Our software is the easiest-to-use in the industry, by far, and our Regional Training Academies allow users to become even more advanced in using the software,” he says.

To learn more or register for an upcoming RTA, visit https://explore.emergencyreporting.com/rtaoverview/. Emergency Reporting also offers other training opportunities for customers, including customized on-site training, Partner Webinars, and more. For more information about Emergency Reporting’s Fire & EMS Records Management System, visit www.emergencyreporting.com.

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