Mr. LaCour is the Director of the National EMS Academy, which is the training division of Acadian Ambulance Service, Inc. LaCour has been in the field of Emergency Medical Services for 15 years and has worked as an EMT-Basic, EMT-Paramedic, Field Training Officer, EMS Educator, and now is responsible for training all of Acadian Ambulance Service’s EMT’s and Paramedics at nine campuses across Louisiana and Texas. Mr. LaCour has associate degrees in Emergency Medical Services and Biology (Our Lady of the Lake College – Baton Rouge), Bachelor’s Degrees in Human Medicine and Health Sciences (Our Lady of the Lake College – Baton Rouge), and a MBA from LSU in 2011. Mr. LaCour is also enrolled in Law School at the Southern University School of Law in Baton Rouge.
Mr. LaCour has worked in all facets of public service, from a police officer, firefighter, Paramedic, corrections officer, and most recently as a deputy coroner. Mr. LaCour was active in the Boy Scouts of America achieving the rank of Eagle Scout in 1993. He is a member of the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Business Honor Society, and the Beta Gamma Sigma International Honor Society for Collegiate Schools of Business. Mr. LaCour has also completed the FEMA Professional Development Series of Emergency Management, and has worked as a training specialist for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services National Disaster Management System, and the interim director of West Feliciana Parish Ambulance Service.