Institute Webinars

You can receive the high-quality training you have come to expect from a live APCO Institute course at the convenience of your desk.

APCO Institute presents Webinars. Now you can receive the high-quality training you have come to expect from a live APCO Institute course at the convenience of your desk. Developed by communications professionals for communications professionals, our distinguished presenters are public safety communications industry personnel with extensive experience.

Webinars are an economical way to present information to groups of employees. The webinar can be displayed via a projector and speaker phone in a conference room so several attendees can be accommodated at once. Webinar tuition is charged per log in, not per person.

APCO Institute Webinar tuition is very economical at $59 for APCO International Members and $79 for non-members. This includes one hour of training and one continuing dispatch education (CDE) credit. Attendees in a conference setting but not individually logged in may receive CDE points for $15 each.

APCO Institute is committed to bringing you affordable, quality training and education. Please take the opportunity to try out this new learning medium and invite a co-worker or two to join you!

To see a list of all APCO's live and recorded webinars, please visit apcointl.org/webinars.


Active Shooter Webinar Series - Part 2: Pulse Nightclub Shooting: The View From the PSAP #46102

04/27/2017
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Join us for this 90-minute webinar to learn how staff of the Orlando Police Department, Orlando Fire Department and Orange County Sheriff’s Office communications center responded during and after the tragedy.

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Social Media and Public Safety Communications: The Positive and The Negative Webinar #45764

03/14/2017
2:00pm - 3:00pm

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Active Shooter Webinar Series – Part 1: What We Have Learned: Key Elements of an Active Shooter Incident

09/13/2016
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WEBINAR RECORDING: Presenter Matt Shenk is Supervisor of Lancaster (PA) County-Wide Communications – the jurisdiction in which the 2006 Nickel Mines Amish school shooting occurred. During this webinar he presents the history of active shooter incidents and presents the findings of extensive research conducted by APCO Institute Adjunct Instructors.

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Video Training Series

APCO Institute offers a series of training videos online to assist you in your training needs. 

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