The sphr trainings are part of a larger program that includes the training of police officers, fire fighters, and firefighters.
The program includes more than 100 training programs across six cities.
These programs cover a wide range of topics, including: the law enforcement community and the response to a natural disaster, dealing with an opioid crisis, and managing and responding to a chemical spill, according to a sphr press release.
They also offer a range of classes for police, fire, and emergency medical technicians.
In the last year, the sphyts program has trained thousands of officers and emergency responders, including paramedics, firefighters, and SWAT team members, and has provided more than 600,000 hours of training, according a sphyt press release from the spherofactory.