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Fire Protection Technology - A55240

Emergency Management - A55460
Associate In Applied Science Degrees 


 

Overview

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The Fire Protection Technology curriculum is designed to provide individuals with technical and professional knowledge to make decisions regarding fire protection for both public and private sectors.  It also provides a sound foundation of continuous higher learning in fire protection, administration, and management.

Course work includes classroom and laboratory exercise to introduce the students to various aspects of fire protection.  Students will learn technical and administrative skills such as hydraulics, and hazardous materials.

The curriculum includes areas such as the scientific understanding of fire hazards and their control and general courses that prepare one to work with people harmoniously.


Career Outline

Opportunities are excellent for individuals with adequate ability and training.  Students seeking employment may be hired by governmental agencies, industrial firms, educational organizations, and insurance rating organizations.

Employed persons should have opportunities for positions requiring increased skill and responsibility as they increase their job competence.

Each class session is offered twice weekly to accommodate shift schedules - students may choose the session they wish to attend each week.

For more information Contact:

 

Josh Crisp Director 704-922-6258 crisp.josh@gaston.edu
Ann Davis Coordinator 704-922-6256 davis.ann@gaston.edu
Helen Hovis Secretary 704-922-6257 hovis.helen@gaston.edu 
Rusty Graham Faculty 704-922-2360 graham.rusty@gaston.edu
 

Curriculum

Course work includes classroom and laboratory exercise to introduce the students to various aspects of fire protection.  Students will learn technical and administrative skills such as hydraulics and hazardous materials.

The curriculum includes areas such as the scientific understanding of fire hazards and their control and general courses that prepare one to work with people harmoniously.  

Course work includes classroom and laboratory exercise to introduce the students to various aspects of fire protection. Students will learn technical and administrative skills such as hydraulics, hazardous materials.

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Fire Protection Technology Brochure - A55240

Emergency Management Brochure - A55460


 

  

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