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CALENDAR

Please use the calendar below to check the availability of the various training areas.  Once you have selected your desired locations and dates, use the form below to request a booking.

FACILITY USE REQUEST FORM

    What area do you want to book?

    MAAC Training Center Request Form

    Organization Contact Information

    Organization Type (required)

    Date and Time of Requested Use

    Date(s): Start Time (CST): End Time (CST):
    NOTE: Facility must be cleaned and cleared of all materials within 30 minutes of class end time.

    Class Type and Size of Class

    Will this class be available to the department making the request only?

    Will this class be available to all throughout District 1?

    Will this class be open to the public at large?

    Would you like MAAC to help you promote this class?



    Indicate what training areas are being requested

    Click here to view photos and descriptions of all areas (new window)

    Select all that apply

    Indoor Areas:

    Outdoor Areas:


    * Live Fire props will follow the required MAAC NFPA 1403 Burn Plan.

    Equipment Needs

    Indicate the equipment needed. If none required indicate none.

    Statement of Personal Responsibility The Multi Agency Academic Cooperative (“MAAC Foundation”) is a not-for-profit foundation that provides wide-ranging training opportunities to first responders. The MAAC Foundation’s strives to do so in an innovative, state of the art campus that is safe and inclusive for all first responders and the community. Such training, however, is not without risk. Individuals and organizations who participate in training activities with the MAAC Foundation must acknowledge that they do so at their own risk—and assume all risk of loss, foreseeable or otherwise, in any way related to or arising out of attendance at or participation in such training. Participants must be personally responsible for understanding the physical requirements of training activities. All trainees represent that they are physically and mentally able to participate in potentially strenuous training activities.

    Proof of Insurance must be submitted within two weeks of this training request. The insurance required consists of: a) Statutory worker's compensation and employer's liability insurance; b) Comprehensive, all risks, general liability insurance including personal injury and property damage liability of not less than $1,000.000.00 each occurrence/$1,000,000.00 annual aggregate; and c) Automobile bodily injury and property damage liability insurance with a limit of not less than $1,000.000.00 combined single limit. Upon approval of the application by the MAAC, the applicant agrees to abide by all Rules and Regulations of the MAAC Emergency Services Training Center.

    Lead Instructor and/or Senior Officer Understanding: It is your responsibility to insure the safety of the students and the care of this facility. It is mandatory that all personnel participating in training wear complete personal protective equipment that meets current minimum recognized standards for the training being offered. Any recognized damages or broken equipment must be reported to the MAAC immediately. Failure to follow the above requirements may result in your ability or your departments ability to utilize the facility being rescinded.

    MAAC Simulator Request Form

    Organization Contact Information

    Organization Type


    Date and Time of Requested Use:

    Date(s): Start Time (CST): End Time (CST):


    Class Type and Size of Class

    *The VirTra Operator will interface with the Department / Agency certified instructor to ensure the appropriate scenarios are provided. The Department / Agency certified instructor are responsible for training and critiquing of the scenario and actions of the students.

    Will this class be available to the department making the request only?

    Will this class have any non-law enforcement personnel attending the training?

    Select all simulator scenarios that apply:

    Indicate what other training areas are being requested

    Click here to view photos and descriptions of all areas (new window)

    Select all that apply

    Indoor Areas:

    Outdoor Areas:


    * Live Fire props will follow the required MAAC NFPA 1403 Burn Plan.

    Equipment Needs

    Indicate the equipment needed. If none required indicate none.

    Statement of Personal Responsibility The Multi Agency Academic Cooperative (“MAAC Foundation”) is a not-for-profit foundation that provides wide-ranging training opportunities to first responders. The MAAC Foundation’s strives to do so in an innovative, state of the art campus that is safe and inclusive for all first responders and the community. Such training, however, is not without risk. Individuals and organizations who participate in training activities with the MAAC Foundation must acknowledge that they do so at their own risk—and assume all risk of loss, foreseeable or otherwise, in any way related to or arising out of attendance at or participation in such training. Participants must be personally responsible for understanding the physical requirements of training activities. All trainees represent that they are physically and mentally able to participate in potentially strenuous training activities.

    Proof of Insurance must be submitted within two weeks of this training request. The insurance required consists of: a) Statutory worker's compensation and employer's liability insurance; b) Comprehensive, all risks, general liability insurance including personal injury and property damage liability of not less than $1,000.000.00 each occurrence/$1,000,000.00 annual aggregate; and c) Automobile bodily injury and property damage liability insurance with a limit of not less than $1,000.000.00 combined single limit. Upon approval of the application by the MAAC, the applicant agrees to abide by all Rules and Regulations of the MAAC Emergency Services Training Center.

    Lead Instructor and/or Senior Officer Understanding: It is your responsibility to insure the safety of the students and the care of this facility. It is mandatory that all personnel participating in training wear complete personal protective equipment that meets current minimum recognized standards for the training being offered. Any recognized damages or broken equipment must be reported to the MAAC immediately. Failure to follow the above requirements may result in your ability or your departments ability to utilize the facility being rescinded.

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