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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 9-1-1dispatcher tap and hold to change this header text! tap and hold to change this header text! By Patrick Stanton period 5 Need to be at least 18 years old and possessing a high school diploma or GED. Some agencies require candidates to also possess a valid drivers license. Excellent typing skillsHearing skills Able to react in a right matter under pressure Skills on the computer Average $37,460 per year, or $18.01 per hour, as of May 2011, states the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Their wages ranged from less than $22,700, or $10.91 per hour, to more than $55,640 per year, or $26.75 per hour. $99 to $295 per course,$179 to $250 per course; $50 per hour for instructor on-site at PSAP,$445 to $465 per set,$1,400 to $2,250 per answering position; $2,500 per site license Police, fire, and ambulance dispatchers work in emergency communication centers. Dispatchers must be available around the clock, so they often have to work evenings, weekends, and holidays. Overtime and long shiftssometimes 12 hoursare common. The pressure to respond quickly and calmly in alarming situations can be stressful. The primary tool of the dispatcher is the dispatch console. A dispatch console is a system that interfaces to a private or public radio system, allowing the dispatcher to communicate directly with all field workers, police officers, EMS personnel, and others in order to coordinate their activities. Dispatchers use various hardware and software to create dispatch. Citations http://www.911dispatcheredu.org /http://lvmpdexplorers.com/progra ms/dispatch.htmlhttp://www.auditor.leg.state.mn.us /ped/pedrep/9806appc.pdfhttp://www.chilton911.org/emplo yment
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