Structural Fire AAS
and apply strategic tactical priorities for safety, rescue, incident control
and loss control for situations including: fire suppression, search and rescue,
hazardous materials, and disaster management.
communicate with others using methods appropriate to the situation, population
and multidisciplinary agencies.
appropriate leadership skills and styles to promote effective teamwork in the
field and within emergency service organizations.
safety practices to prevent the occurrence and severity of hostile fires, to
mitigate the effect of fire on people and to assist in the determination of the
cause of such fires.
professional conduct by displaying a personal code of ethics, positive work
ethics, flexibility, teamwork skills, physical fitness, safe procedures and
sensitivity to diverse cultures and individuals.
COCC SFS program measures its students achievement of program outcomes by students successfully passing each program requirement course. Within each course students are given a course summative exam, simulation and scenario exercises, lab skills, in addition to weekly in class participation and homework.
COCC Institutional Effectiveness department tracks course completions for each program within the college. Interested parties can find the information within the Student Success by program webpage. Note: You need to select the Structural Fire Science program under the Subject area drop down box.