Training Schedule


Visit the EHS Training Calendar to find out what upcoming classes are available!


EHS Training Course Information


This one hour training program will certify an individual as a Crowd Manager for a three year period.  A certified Crowd Manager is required for any event where the assembled capacity exceeds 50 or more people.



This two hour training program is required for all new employees.  Program covers:  Incident Reporting, Fire Safety, Hazardous Communication Standard, Ergonomics, and Bloodborne Pathogens.  This course is scheduled monthly by Human Resources (ext. 5465).


This is an American Heart Association certified program.  First Aid covers:

General Principals
Responsibility and Liability,
Safety, Universal Precautions,
When to Phone for Help,
How to Phone for Help,
Finding the Problem,
After the Emergency.
Medical Emergencies
Breathing Problems,
Chest Pain, 
Heart Attack,
Injury Emergencies
First Aid for Bleeding You can See,
Bleeding you Can’t See and Shock,
Head and Spine Injuries,
Bone, Joint, and Muscle Injuries.


Adult/Child Rescue Breathing
Chest Compressions
Discussion on AED Operations

This is an all day class (8 hours).  The class is free to any faculty, staff (including family members) or students.  Text books are recommended but not required. Books may be purchased from the College Book Store.  A $2.00 certificate fee is charged for those wanting a certification card.  Classes are held for new and re-certifying individuals.   All classes will be held in Mitchell Green Lounge in McCullough unless noted.  The general public is allowed to take the class provided space is available.  A fee of $30.00 is charged for First Aid and $20.00 for Adult/childCPR.  Checks should be made out to Middlebury College.

*  Noted for Infant/child First Aid and CPR.  This class is offered only if there is enough interest and covers children from birth to twelve years of age.  A separate class would be scheduled for this program.



This program is required for anyone who wishes to rent a College passenger or 15-passenger vehicle.  There is no cost for the class but a driving orientation (a 1 hour review on the road) is required for 15-passenger Vans and larger vehicles.  One class per semester will be conducted in the evening for the convenience of students.  Classes are Scheduled monthly and will cover all vehicles.    REMINDER! A valid state license is required to take the class.  Individuals wanting a 15-Passenger Van license must have had their license for 3 years. 

Towing A Trailer (This requires a class 2 license) You must attend a 2hr classroom workshop and successfully complete a 1hr practical skills test.  This program is conducted on a College needs basis.  Advace arrangements must be made with the Environmental, Health & Safety Department.


Have you ever had to operate a fire extinguisher?  Would you know how to in an emergency?

All faculty and staff are invited to attend annual fire extinguisher training on Tuesday July 9, 2013.  You will learn to safely and confidently operate a fire extinguisher.  If desired, attendees will have an opportunity to use an extinguisher to put out an actual fire using a live-fire training simulator! 

Training sessions will be held outside of McCullough.  Each session will take approximately 30 minutes.  Select from one of the following times:

9:30 AM – 10:00 AM
10:00 AM – 10:30 AM
10:30 AM – 11:00 AM
12:00 PM – 12:30 PM
12:30 PM – 1:00 PM

In the case of inclement weather, a rain date will be announced.

A session will also be scheduled for Breadloaf Campus for all staff (TBD).  Snow Bowl staff and those who missed the Main Campus program may also attend.


"J" TERM EMT CLASS - JANUARY 2016                  

This is a comprehensive winter term pre-hospital emergency medical program being sponsored by Middlebury College and Middlebury Regional EMS.  This program will provide students the opportunity to be nationally certified as EMTs.  We want to focus this class toward first and second year students thinking of taking pre-medical track while at Middlebury.  Non-pre-med students may also be considered.  Once licensed as an EMT you will be invited to join MREMS as a volunteer where you can obtain additional clinical skills.  In addition you may also participate as a medical care giver for the Rigby team, work with the Open Door Clinic as well as with other College and community events.

A fall information meeting will be offered on September 23rd from 5:30 - 7:30 PM in Mitchell Green Lounge.  Watch for posters around campus for this meeting.  Registration begins after the orientation meeting until the quota for the class is filled.  Class size is limited to a total of 26 participants.

A winter internship credit and PE credit will be awarded to students who successfully complete the class.  Tuition will be announced at the September orientation meeting.  Grant applications are available for students on financial aid.


Additional information may be found on the MREMS Web page ( or by calling MREMS at 802-388-3286. 



Jen Kazmierczak
Environmental, Health & Safety Department
Business Services Office
161 Adirondack View