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Do you want to help shape telecommunicator training standards in our state?

Do you want to help shape telecommunicator training standards in our state?

The 911 Advisory Committee will appoint two directors or 911 coordinators and two public safety telecommunicators to the newly created 911 Certification Board. The board was established to create a certification and training program for PSTs throughout the state. Duties of the board include:

  • Adopt bylaws for the certification board
  • Adopt rules, with the advice and assistance of the 911 advisory committee, to implement the provisions of SSB-5555, but not limited to, rules to implement a state-approved training program for process, policy, and procedure
  • Review and approve state-approved training programs biennially
  • Set all public safety telecommunication certification, registration, and renewal fees
  • Establish recertification requirements

The 911 Advisory Committee is accepting applications for qualified individuals to serve on the Certification Board. Applications will be accepted through May 22, 2022. Interviews will be conducted between May 30th and June 10th. Appointments will be considered by the 911 Advisory Committee during a special meeting on June 16, 2022.

Recruitment Announcement with Application Instructions:

For more information contact Nicci Kowalski at nicci.kowalski@mil.wa.gov or (253) 512-7012 or visit https://waapconena.org/certificationboard

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