Emergency and Firefighting Management Services
In this program students will learn the knowledge and skills needed in the fire service field including the basic fundamentals of firefighting. Students will demonstrate: proper procedures used in responding to a structure fire; safety procedures, lifting and carrying of equipment; forcible entry; rescue; use of radio equipment; working in hazardous environments; fire attack; advancement of hose lines and ventilation; disabling utilities; set-up of supply lines and fire apparatus; hazardous materials awareness; automobile rescue; extrication, and fires; the role of emergency medical care in fire service; and basic medical care..
This program can be completed in one year (540 clock hours).
Class starts in August each year.
Monday-Friday 7:15 AM-10:15 AM
Industrial Incident Command
Industrial Hazardous Material
Fire Fighter I - National Fire Protection Association Standard 1001
Fire Fighter II - National Fire Protection Association Standard 1001
National Incident Management System
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