As the president of the South Bay Regional Public Safety Training Consortium and a career public safety professional, I'm proud to be serving the community in this role. I am committed to providing the top quality leadership and management necessary to insure that South Bay's academies and in service training programs meet the increasing needs of our public safety communities. California is the leader in public safety training and we are proud to be a valuable member of that team.
Public safety careers are among the most important in any society and we at South Bay work in concert with California's Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST), Standards and Training in Corrections (STC/STA), the State Fire Marshal's Office (SFM) and our member colleges to insure that our quality training meets or exceeds the standards expected by these professionals. To insure our training programs continue to be of the highest quality, we are proud to announce the addition of several highly qualified public safety training professionals to our South Bay team.
South Bay Regional Public Safety Training Consortium proudly serves numerous communities from San Mateo County to Monterey County in partnership with the following Community Colleges: College of San Mateo, De Anza College, Evergreen Valley College, Foothill College, Gavilan College, Hartnell College, Monterey Peninsula College, Ohlone College and San Jose City College.
I invite those interested in public safety careers to visit our updated web site and our academies at College of San Mateo, Evergreen Valley College, Gavilan College and our newest campus at Monterey Peninsula College's satellite facility on Col. Durham Drive at Fort Ord to obtain information on these exciting opportunities. If I or any member of our South Bay team can be of assistance to you, please contact us.
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