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FIREFIGHTING 1 & 2 - (Health Science, Criminal Justice, & Public Safety Pathway)
10, 11, 12  
Credit:  2 (Includes 1 P.E. Credit - .5 Lifetime Fitness/.5 Intro to Fitness)
Location: Washington Square

A firefighter is an important figure within the public health and safety industry. Firefighters combat and
extinguish fires, often working in high-pressure circumstances. Students will learn hands on, practical skills in
firefighter orientation, safety, fire behavior, building construction, firefighter personal protective equipment,
fire streams, fire control, fire detection, alarm and suppression systems, loss control, and communications. 
Students will also obtain both their CPR and HAZMAT certification in the firefighting I program.

Counseling Notes:
Course fee: $40.00.


Firefighter                      Paramedic                     Hazmat Technician                    EMT

Mr. Sherry's Classroom Page

Equipment / Uniform List for Firefighting Course

Below you will find the list of items the student is responsible for purchasing prior to the start of this class. The prices listed are approximate based on those listed at the Army & Navy Surplus Store located at 7560 Pecos St. Items can be purchased at other retail stores (WalMart, Amazon, other surplus stores) if desired.

Ripstop BDU Pant, dark blue or black   $29.99 and up

6" or 8" Tactical Boot black, or black boot with toe protection   $29.99 and up

Tactical Duty Belt, black   $9.99

Work Glove Unlined, reinforced palm $13.99

Course uniform will consist of pants, boots, and belt listed above. A dark blue T shirt or polo will be worn until students design/decide on a class shirt. Boots must have toe protection.