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Course Instructors

Course Instructors:

Mission Statement

Code 3 Training provides the highest quality training at your location using experienced professionals. We instill confidence while providing value for your company.

It is our mission to provide a fun and relaxed learning environment while teaching important practical and critical skills that can be used to help those in need during an emergency. We strive to provide our students with the confidence to perform these critical skills by teaching in a manner that invites questions and encourages hands-on experience. Our instructors are friendly and professional and provide the highest quality teaching curriculum and methods. Courses are priced competitively for the purpose of encouraging greater access to this information within our community. Lastly, Code 3 Training is passionate about public service and doing the right thing, so we give a portion of all class proceeds to medical charity. We look forward to serving you soon.

Derek Stabell
Owner and Instructor

 

Derek Stabell

CODE 3 Derek StabellExperience

  • Career Professional Firefighter and Lieutenant since 1997, serving as Lieutenant on an engine company
  • Washington State EMT-Basic
  • American Heart Association and ASHI CPR and First Aid Instructor since 2006
  • NIMS ICS-100, 200, 300, 400, 700, 800 certified
  • Aircrew Crew Resource Management Instructor- USAF retired (20 years)

Education

  • Bachelor of Science in Business Management-University of Phoenix
  • Associates of Science in Fire Protection Technology-Portland Community College
  • Associates of Science in USAF Aircrew and Maintenance Operations

Why I Teach

I am enthusiastic about passing on life-saving knowledge and skills I have gained from answering numerous fire and medical emergency calls. I realize the importance of knowing CPR, first aid and fire safety and hope to better prepare all who attend our classes by providing real hands-on experience. Great quality instruction using the best training materials results in a better prepared public, increasing patient survival and decreasing injury and loss of life from fire. 

 

Keven Broschat

Code 3 Training- CPR and First Aid trainer Keven BroschatExperience

  • Career Professional Firefighter since 2002, serving as a driver/operator on a ladder and engine company
  • American Heart Association, ASHI and Red Cross CPR and First Aid Instructor since 2000
  • Washington State EMT
  • Departmental Public Education Specialist

Education

  • Bachelor of Science in Physical Education- California State University- Bakersfield

Why I Teach

I enjoy teaching and speaking to all types of audiences. I try to present the material in a way that is both interesting and impacting.

 

Mike Scott- Industrial Division

Mike Scott- CPR instructorExperience

  • Career Professional Firefighter since 2008, serving as a firefighter on a ladder and engine company
  • Part-time firefighter and volunteer for 8 years prior to career experience
  • Washington State EMT since 2000/ EMT-IV Technician since 2007
  • Hospital Trauma and ER Tech since 2005
  • American Heart Association and ASHI CPR and First Aid Instructor since 2011
  • Assigned to our Industrial Division

Education

  • Bachelors of Science in Fire Protection Management from University of Idaho 2004

Why I Teach

I teach because it’s a new challenge in my career endeavors. I enjoy the interactions and experiences of the people I teach. It has been a new and exciting chapter in my life and I look forward to years ahead with Code 3 Training.

 

Dave Lamb- Industrial Division

David-LambExperience

  • Career Professional Firefighter/Paramedic since 2006
  • Washington State Certified Paramedic since 2004
  • Certified National Registry Paramedic, ACLS, PALS, PHTLS, AMLS, CPR
  • American Heart Association and ASHI instructor

Education

  • Associates in Applied Science from Lower Columbia College
  • Paramedic Certification from College of Emergency Services
  • General studies at Central Washington University
  • Assigned to our Industrial Division

Why I Teach

I enjoy passing on the knowledge and skills that are used everyday in my job, to people who want to learn them. Knowing the skills I teach to my students that may someday help save a life is the most rewarding thing I could ask for.

 

Dan Jones

Dan-JonesExperience

  • Career professional Firefighter/ Paramedic since 2011
  • Volunteer/ Part- time Firefighter/ EMT-B 2004-2011
  • American Heart Association and ASHI CPR instructor since 2011
  • Washington State Paramedic since 2008
  • Certified National Registry Paramedic,  ACLS, PALS, PHTLS, AMLS

Education

  • Paramedic certification from College of Emergency Services
  • Coursework for Associates in Fire science at Lower Columbia Community College

Why I Teach

In my career as a Firefighter/Paramedic, I am fortunate to be placed in a position to help others and make a substantial difference in their lives. Seeing my efforts make a difference has truly been very rewarding and is what motivates me every day. My hope in teaching is that others will also feel motivated in this way and be prepared for any situation that arises.

 

Seth Cornelius- Industrial Division

Instructor Seth

Experience

  • Career professional Firefighter/ Paramedic since 2012
  • Washington State Certified Paramedic since 2012
  • Certified National Registry Paramedic, ACLS, PALS, PHTLS
  • American Heart Association and ASHI instructor
  • I.B.E.W. Local 76 Inside Wireman since 2003

Education

  • Associates in Arts from Walla Walla Community College
  • Paramedic Certification from Guardian College

Why I Teach

In my career as a Firefighter/Paramedic, I have learned the skills to be able to teach confidently in the classroom. I enjoy passing on those skills learned in my career to the students in my classroom. Being able to translate experience into knowledge is an important aspect of a successful course.

 

Joey Kirkpatrick- Industrial Division

Instructor Joey

Experience

  • Professional Career Firefighter @ City of Longview since 2002, serving as a
    Driver/Operator and Firefighter on a ladder and engine company.
  • Trainee Firefighter @ Lacey Fire District 3 from 2000-2002
  • Volunteer Firefighter @ TCFD #11 from 1998-2001
  • Washington State EMT since 2000
  • Member of Longview Fire Confined Space Rescue Team since 2011
  • American Heart Association and ASHI CPR and First Aid Instructor since 2014
  • Assigned to Code 3 Training – Industrial Division

Education

  • University of Washington 1996-1998
  • Centralia Community College Associates Degree in Forest Technologies

Why I Teach

Along the road I have traveled to get to where I am today there has been many teachers, instructors, coaches, and mentors. I owe much of what I have and what I have earned in life to those that have helped me. I hope to provide and pass along to others what I have learned, in hopes it helps them achieve there own goals.