Poulsbo, WA (PRWEB) June 19, 2012
FireGrantsHelp.com's mission is to provide members of the emergency responder community with a comprehensive resource for grant information and assistance. They feature the most extensive fire grant database ever created, with a library of information for federal grant programs as well as state, local and corporate grant opportunities.
The grant assistance program features a grant database that allows users to spend less time searching for grants and more time on research and grant writing. FireGrantsHelp.com also offers users a multitude of grant assistance tools such as: research guidance, grant writing and review, grant resources, tools, news and much more. The grant assistance program includes a number of options for departments seeking assistance in securing grant funding.
Action Training Systems and FireGrantsHelp.com both have a common goal of helping the fire service community succeed. With budgets being cut nationwide, these grants are more important than ever to ensure training needs are met. Without proper training, the lives of our emergency responders and community members are at a much greater risk.
About Action Training Systems
Action Training Systems has over 24 years of experience and knowledge in training programs for emergency responders. The company provides high-quality content and video demonstrations on DVD as well as interactive computer-based training (CBT) and scorable simulation courses that all run on the Iluminar Learning Management System (LMS) software platform.
Training series by ATS include the Essentials of Fire Fighting, Bloodborne Pathogens, HAZMAT, Emergency Medical Responder, Fire Service Recue, First On Scene, Fire Officer 1, Industrial Fire Brigades and much more. Their training is a valuable resource to a variety of industry professionals including—but not limited to—firefighters, law enforcement, industrial first responders, private security, private ambulance, military, safety officers, HAZMAT teams, search and rescue, utility workers and all other emergency responders.
For information, visit http://www.action-training.com.