This facility is the result of a regional effort to provide training to police forces, firefighters, emergency services, and hazardous materials workers from across the state.
On Wednesday October 9, 2019 at 1:00 PM, the Centre County Board of Commissioners and Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology invite you to the dedication of Station 82 - a new building that will serve as the centerpiece to the Centre County Public Safety Training Center located at 391 North Harrison Road in Pleasant Gap, Spring Township, PA.
Please join Centre County elected officials and the Public Safety Community as they celebrate the opening of this important facility that will enhance the training of our fire, police, emergency and HAZMAT services. This state-of-the-art training facility is adjacent to the Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology (CPI) campus.
This facility is the result of a regional effort to provide training to police forces, firefighters, emergency services, and hazardous materials workers from across the state. The CCPSTC also can provide up to date training on the latest OSHA standards to industry and businesses in the region.
The Center allows fire departments to take advantage of on-site apparatus certification; thereby saving volunteers’ time and fire companies’ money. Business and industry are also invited to utilize the Center for their specialized safety and OSHA training requirements. To help prepare the future generation of emergency services personnel, students from CPI’s Emergency Services Program also actively participate in educational programs housed at the CCPSTC.
We invite you to join us in support of public safety training in central Pennsylvania! Through partnering and the combined resources of government, education, and industry – Centre County’s Public Safety Training Facility can serve as a model for one-stop emergency personnel training; thereby training and protecting those who protect our loved ones.