Fire Prevention Code Enforcement Certificate at Colorado Mountain College
The curriculum includes courses that emphasize the legal and technical knowledge-base that is essential to Fire Prevention Code Enforcement. You'll gain understanding and application of enforcing regulations and laws within the built-environment. The certificate emphasis is on fire protection systems, construction, as well as regulatory oversight of operational settings.
This program will also provide preparatory background for students wishing to pursue a nationally recognized certification through the International Code Council and/or the National Fire Protection Association (ICC Certified Fire Marshal / NFPA CFPS).
This program is designed to provide a professional-level career development path that will provide students who have graduated with an AAS degree in Fire Science to focus on one of several career paths in the fire service nationwide.
The program includes a core component that provides a framework for development of the advanced knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in this field. This core section consists of classes that are also required for the AAS degree in Fire Science, thus providing a student who has not completed an AAS degree a path to further develop his or her education upon successful completion of the certificate program.
Fire Science Technology and Fire Prevention - Code Enforcement program is offered at the Vail Valley at Edwards Campus. Contact that location for course schedule information, some courses may require distance learning modalities. CMC also offers an AAS degree in Fire Science Technology and certificates in Fire Academy I, Fire Academy II, Fire Department Company Officer, Fire Investigation, Driver Operator.
Graduates of the program will receive a Certificate of Occupational Proficiency in Fire Prevention - Code Enforcement.
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