This course is designed to meet the needs of students who are interested in becoming career or volunteer Fire Fighters, Emergency Medical Technicians, Paramedics, Fire Inspectors, Police Officers, Boarder Patrol Officers, etc. The program focuses on gaining hands-on training with an emphasis on ethical behavior and the importance of volunteerism.
Public Safety & Fire Services I
Are you interested in Crime Scene Investigations or Crime Scene Processing? Do you want to have an understanding of how radar and speed measuring equipment is used to control traffic or how to conduct a traffic stop? All of these topics will be covered in the first year of our program, alongside of our First Responder curriculum. A feature of this program will be the possibility for students to attend Co-op placements at local hospitals, fire departments, rescue squads, police departments, etc.
This class is open to all 11th and 12th graders who have earned a “C” average or better in 424 Biology.
Public Safety & Fire Services II
With a special focus on Fire Fighting, students will experience complete training and learn about equipment, fire behavior, how to search a building, fire control, etc. Students will also have continued exposure to our Public Safety curriculum. A feature of this program will be the possibility for students to attend Co-op placements at local hospitals, fire departments, rescue squads, police departments, etc.
This class is open to all students who have earned a “C” or better in Emergency & Fire Services I.
Additional Program Information
English (1 credit in 2nd year)
Science (.5 credit per year)
CPR/AED (Red Cross)
Emergency Medical Responder
Incident Command System 100 (FEMA)
ICS 200, 700
Wildland Fire Control
Hazardous Materials Opecations
RESCUE 911: SKILLS AND DRILLS IN EMERGENCY FIELDS A & B
Most practiced skills and drills used in today’s Emergency situations. Course will include CPR & First Aid Certification through the American Red Cross.
Tel: (802) 527-6541