Fire and Emergency Services

  • Emergency and fire-management services are essential infrastructure components of a community. They provide a resource for dealing with numerous types of emergencies, including fires, motor vehicle, and industrial accidents, and medical emergencies. In addition, these services provide fire prevention and community-outreach programs. This course provides students with the basic structure of these organizations as well as the rules and guidelines that govern pre-employment education requirements. The vehicles, equipment, and emergency-mitigations strategies that are commonly used in the emergency- and fire management field are also explored. Students will understand the goals of an emergency-management service and how they are implemented and managed, including personnel, budget, and labor-management challenges in the organization.
  • Finally, the course also provides students with an overview of large-scale emergency incidents that overwhelm local agencies. Various preparedness plans are discussed. In the end, students will have been exposed to the typical characteristics and framework of modern emergency- and fire-management organizations and will have a better understanding of a career in this field.

Major concepts:

  • Modern Emergency and Fire Management Services
  • Tools of the Trade
  • Specialty Apparatus Applications
  • Emergency and Fire Management Skills in Action
  • The History of Fire Apparatus and Firefighting
  • Organizing and Managing an Emergency and Fire Management System
  • Advanced Situations for Emergency and Fire Operations
  • Disaster Response and Planning
S.No.Program NameFee ComponentAmount (USD)Description
1Full TimeCourse Fee$ 200To be paid by the student at the time of Registration.
2FlexCourse Fee$ 400To be paid by the student at the time of Registration. Student can select one more semester duration course free of cost.
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Grade Level

  Grade 9-12

Duration

  Semester

Requirements

  None

Prerequisites

  None

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