Roco Rescue

Training Options


Medical training


Roco no longer offers training to current or potential competitors.

Open-Enrollment Training

Our open-enrollment programs offer the convenience of “pre-scheduled” courses conducted at various locations throughout the year. With a variety of course options, these classes are ideal for those who want to master core skills or become Rescue Technician certified. Open-enrollment courses can be used to train new team members or keep current responders updated on the latest rescue techniques.

Private Training

Private training may be the most effective way to keep your team proficient and compliant – while meeting your scheduling needs. It also allows us to design a program to meet your site-specific needs while customizing it to the skills level of your personnel. Our training programs can be conducted at your site or at the Roco Training Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The choice is yours – your course, your schedule and your location.

"Everything learned from class will be useful. I came with nothing but leaving with a treasure chest full of knowledge!"

Industrial I/II   Roco Student Comment

Roco Training Center (RTC)

The Roco Training Center (RTC) was designed and built specifically for rescue. Our unique five-story prop provides a realistic setting for confined space rescue training and features all six representative confined space types. Its modular design allows the spaces to be reconfigured to keep scenarios new and challenging. Open-enrollment courses are conducted throughout the year. Or, reserve your dates for privately scheduled training.

Compliance & Certification

Roco's certification programs are based on the skills requirements of NFPA 1006 and 1670 and include both performance testing and written exams. This third-party certification can be used to document individual skills proficiency of your team members in accordance with OSHA 1910.146 Permit-Required Confined Spaces. We also offer a ProBoard/IFSAC option for select Roco courses conducted by the Carrol L. Herring Fire & Emergency Training Institute.