Fire Service Professional - CCL
The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Fire Service Professional program provides practical firefighting, hazardous materials, related operations and fire service management emphasis in this program with history and theory used where necessary to assist professionals to cope with current challenges in the field. This curriculum is designed to (1) provide training for professional fire service personnel in order that they may most efficiently perform their duties (2) prepare people for a career in Fire Service or related field, and (3) provide people with a better understanding of fire and related hazards and challenges faced in providing public safety services. An Associate in Applied Science (AAS) is also available.
Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses required within the program.
|FSC105||Hazardous Materials/First Responder||3|
|FSC108||Fundamentals of Fire Prevention||3|
|FSC113||Introduction to Fire Suppression||3|
|FSC131||Introduction to Urban Technical Rescue||3|
|FSC202||Supervisory Training for Firefighters||3|
|FSC204||Firefighting Tactics and Strategy||3|
|FSC208||Firefighter Safety and Building Construction||3|
|Students should select 16 credit hours from the following courses in consultation with a department advisor.|
|EMT/FSC104||Emergency Medical Technology||9|
|EMT/FSC238||Vehicular Extrication and Patient Stabilization||2|
|FSC101||Intro to Fire Service Selection||3|
|FSC102||Fire Department Operations||11|
|FSC106||Introduction to Fire Protection||3|
|FSC114||Hazardous Materials First on the Scene/Awareness Level||0.5|
|FSC130||Fitness for Firefighters/CPAT||1|
|FSC134||Fitness and Conditioning for Firefighters||3|
|FSC135||Fire Service Information Management||3|
|FSC152||Engine Company Officer||1|
|FSC205||Command Strategies for Major Emergencies||3|
|FSC209||Fire Investigation I||3|
|FSC214||Human Resource Management in Fire Service||3|
|FSC221||Ladder Company Officer||1|
|GBS206||Business Law (UCC)||3|
- Explain processes utilized in dealing with hazardous materials. (FSC105)
- Recognize and identify the chemical and physical properties of hazardous materials. (FSC105)
- Describe the problems concerning fire prevention techniques, procedures, regulations, code enforcement, and occupancy survey. (FSC108)
- Describe the characteristics and behavior of fire and extinguishing agents. (FSC113)
- Describe fire suppression organization, basic firefighting tactics, and public relations as affected by fire suppression. (FSC113)
- Describe the methods of attacking, controlling, and extinguishing various types of fires. (FSC113)
- Describe the techniques and evolutions required to mitigate various technical rescue situations. (FSC131)
- Describe supervision techniques of fire personnel. (FSC202)
- Describe the roles/responsibilities of the Incident Commander in managing various types of major emergencies. (FSC204)
- Explain the methods of providing for firefighter safety and the reaction of various types of construction to fire and heat. (FSC208)
Additional information is available at MCCCD's Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation.
All information published is subject to change without notice. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information presented, but based on the dynamic nature of the curricular process, course and program information is subject to change.
Please refer to the Official MCCCD CCTA website for official programs information.