What kind of companies hire 911 Call Takers? 

  • Counties and Cites 

  • Alarm companies

  • Private ambulance companies

  • 9-1-1 Agencies

  • Universities 

  • Assisted living centers

  • Tow companies 

  • Parks departments

  • Casinos

  • Air lift services and more

Course will include everything you need to prepare you to pass the NECC Certification test:

  • Online Courses 

  • Textbook 

  • Online Certification Test

  • Instructor to help you throughout the course.  

Looking for a great career? 

Get certified as a 911 Call Taker

  • Earn a nice income with potential to grow into management. 

  • If you are at least 18 years old and have either a High School Diploma or a GED, you can start the program right away.

  • This 6-week online program can be completed at your own pace if you need more time.

  • Your instructor will be on hand to answer any questions you may have and make sure you stay on track.

  • After completion, you will take an NECC certification test. 

  • NECC Certification is good anywhere in the U.S.

911 Call Taker Job Description

911 call takers to initially receive the call, determine if it is an emergency, and if so, if it requires either police or EMS and fire services. Armed with basic information on the nature of the emergency and where services are needed, 911 call takers then transfer callers to the correct emergency provider. 911 call takers are the logistical experts of the 911 system, as they are responsible for expeditiously answering and transferring all calls that come in requesting emergency services.

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