The Fire and Emergency Services Management Certificate is based
upon National Fire Protection Association 1021, Standard for Fire
Officer Professional Qualifications, Level I. Classes are offered
in classroom, online and a combination of classroom/online delivery
formats to accommodate the various work schedules of fire and
emergency service personnel. Classes are scheduled one or two per semester during the Fall and Springs semesters over a period of two academic years.
Students making application to the program must provide evidence of
competency at the National Fire Protection Association 1001
Standard for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications Firefighter
II level. Demonstration of competence may be in the form of
professional certifications, college transcripts and/or training
Southeast Community College is a State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement Institution.