Fire Protection Technology

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Fire Technology and EMT 

The fire service is one of the most dynamic employers in the country. This program is designed to provide the student with updated skills and knowledge necessary to complete and successfully apply for fire service careers. The curriculum serves as an in-service program as well as a pre-employment program for students seeking employment or advancement in the profession of fire fighting and fire prevention technology.

  • Can earn an associates in science degree (AS)
  • Gain up to date technical information
  • Take field trips to various fire service locations
  • Network with fire service professionals

How about one of these exciting Fire Tech courses?

 
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EMT

Gain the knowledge and skills to provide emergency medical care with a fire, ambulance or other specialized service.

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Wildland Fire Tech

Gain the skills necessary to fight a wildland fire.

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Hazardous Materials

Get an in-depth study of a variety of combustable materials.

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Rescue Practices

Learn the proper skills to examine a patient, provide medical care and work in confined spaces.

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Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT)

The Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT) is administered through the California Firefighters and is designed to measure the capabilities of firefighting recruits. More information is here 


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Health Occupations

Some of our Fire fighters have found that some classes in our nursing program could be of some use.

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Learn to Eat Right

Keep your body in shape with a nutritional science class.

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Career Education

Get hands-on training, real world experience, learn from industry professionals and gain skills to get you hired.

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Career Options
Career Options:
  • Firefighter
  • Fire Inspector
  • Fire Investigator
  • Plan Check Engineer
  • Fire Officer
  • Chief Fire Officer

Note: some career options may require more than two years of college study. Classes beyond the Associate Degree level may be required for preparation for transfer to a university program.

More Information on career paths from our Transfer Center

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