Coastal Carolina Community College Fire Protection Technology

Coastal Carolina Community College Fire Protection Technology The Fire Protection Technology curriculum is designed to provide individuals with technical and professional knowledge to make decisions regarding fire protection for both public and private sectors.

It also provides a sound foundation for continuous higher learning in fire protection, administration, and management. Course work includes classroom and laboratory exercises to introduce the student to various aspects of fire protection. Students will learn technical and administrative skills such as hydraulics, hazardous materials, arson investigation, fire protection safety, fire suppression ma

It also provides a sound foundation for continuous higher learning in fire protection, administration, and management. Course work includes classroom and laboratory exercises to introduce the student to various aspects of fire protection. Students will learn technical and administrative skills such as hydraulics, hazardous materials, arson investigation, fire protection safety, fire suppression ma

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09/10/2021

❤️ • “If we learn nothing else from this tragedy, we learn that life is short and there is no time for hate.”
—Sandy Dahl, wife of Flight 93 pilot Jason Dahl,

Never forget the tragic lessons of the Hamlet chicken plant fire, 30 years ago today. Twenty-five fire fatalities and 54...
09/04/2021

Never forget the tragic lessons of the Hamlet chicken plant fire, 30 years ago today. Twenty-five fire fatalities and 54 injuries. This USFA report details Hamlet and another chicken plant fire in Little Rock.
https://www.usfa.fema.gov/downloads/pdf/publications/tr-057.pdf

Never forget the tragic lessons of the Hamlet chicken plant fire, 30 years ago today. Twenty-five fire fatalities and 54 injuries. This USFA report details Hamlet and another chicken plant fire in Little Rock.
https://www.usfa.fema.gov/downloads/pdf/publications/tr-057.pdf

Did you know about this? The original 704 symbol was developed in Charlotte.
07/13/2021

Did you know about this? The original 704 symbol was developed in Charlotte.

June 18 is the 14th anniversary of the loss of the Charleston 9. Honor these brothers by learning from their sacrifice.
06/18/2021
Charleston 9: The Ultimate Sacrifice

June 18 is the 14th anniversary of the loss of the Charleston 9. Honor these brothers by learning from their sacrifice.

From the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation, "Charleston 9: The Ultimate Sacrifice", looks at the dramatic changes made in the operations of South Carol...

Congratulations to David Carter, Brian Charles-Craft, Jeff Hager, Travis Hoffman, Gary McDaniel, Tyler Whitley, Christop...
05/16/2021

Congratulations to David Carter, Brian Charles-Craft, Jeff Hager, Travis Hoffman, Gary McDaniel, Tyler Whitley, Christopher Wilkins, and Blake Wright who were recognized for their Fire Protection Technology AAS degrees today!

03/02/2021

The second eight-week sessions start Monday, March 8. If you need help registering, please contact us! [email protected]

Meet our Student Success Coaches at Coastal!
02/22/2021
Branch Out 2021 Ep.1 "Success Coaches"

Meet our Student Success Coaches at Coastal!

Get to know your resources. Branch Out is an event we put on each year at CCCC. This event is designed to highlight and share information about resources ava...

01/05/2021

Spring 1st 8-week classes start Wednesday! Contact us if you need help registering for classes starting in January or March. [email protected]

Spring Registration is now open. All the details are here! https://sites.google.com/view/coastalfip/home
11/16/2020
Coastal Fire Protection Technology

Spring Registration is now open. All the details are here! https://sites.google.com/view/coastalfip/home

The Fire Protection Technology curriculum is designed to provide students with knowledge and skills in the technical, managerial, and leadership areas necessary for advancement within the fire protection community and related firefighting industries, and to provide currently employed firefighters wi...

11/04/2020
Coastal Carolina Fire Academy - Coastal Carolina Community College

Coastal Carolina Fire Academy - Coastal Carolina Community College

Coastal Carolina Fire Academy Home→Academics→Workforce Training and Continuing Education→Public Safety & Emergency Services→Fire & Rescue Training→Coastal Carolina Fire Academy Thank you for your interest in the Coastal Carolina Fire Academy! The Academy is a part-time evening and weekend ...

10/28/2020
Registration & Fees - Coastal Carolina Community College

Planning to start working on your Fire Inspector Certificate? Law & Admin at Coastal Carolina Community College is one of your first steps: January 15- 1800-2200, January 16- 0800-1700, January 17- 0800-1500. Contact [email protected] for registration information. 910-938-6294
https://www.coastalcarolina.edu/acad.../con-ed/registration/

Please note that Student ID numbers are required to purchase books at the College (Book) Store. These numbers are given to you when you register at the Continuing Education window for class. Admission Fees Admission to all publicly offered continuing education programs is open to adults 18 years of....

10/22/2020
Fire/Emergency Management Instructor/Coordinator-12 Month Position - Coastal Carolina Community College

We're losing Andrew Tator as a F/T Coordinator/Instructor as he moves into his new position as Onslow County Fire Marshal. He will continue as an adjunct Instructor in Curriculum and Training. We thank him for all the hard work he has put in over the last couple of years for the College and wish him great success as the new OCFM!
With that, we have a F/T on-campus position open, details are here: https://www.coastalcarolina.edu/job/coastal-carolina-community-college-main-campus-84-fire-emergency-management-instructor-coordinator-12-month-position/
If you have any questions, contact Ed Duffield [email protected] or 910-938-6200. Once your application is in you will need to contact HR with any questions.

Fire/Emergency Management Instructor/Coordinator-12 Month Position Burkhart, CindyOctober 21, 2020 Full Time Main Campus Posted 20 hours ago Coastal Carolina Community College Primary responsibilities include development and instruction of online courses within the Fire Protection Technology and Eme...

ICS 300 and 400 coming soon in Jacksonville!
10/19/2020
Course Mailer

ICS 300 and 400 coming soon in Jacksonville!

Coastal Carolina Community College - Fire/Rescue Training October 17, 2020 Update Click the links in the Status column to pre-register. Class sizes are limited by COVID restrictions. Please share with interested parties by email. Status Class Name Class # Cert Hrs Location/Details Instru...

Our second 8-week fall session starts October 15. Let's make some progress on your degree!
09/25/2020

Our second 8-week fall session starts October 15. Let's make some progress on your degree!

North Carolina's worst loss-of-life fire.
09/03/2020

North Carolina's worst loss-of-life fire.

08/04/2020

The College is closed today.

07/15/2020

Are you a Summer 2020 graduate? Summer 2020 graduation applications are due Friday, July 31st at 5:00 pm. Contact Coastal Carolina Community College Registrar at [email protected] or 910 938 6332

The value of identifying the problem.
07/03/2020

The value of identifying the problem.

A tragic LODD loss due to bowstring truss failure. This incident has informed all of us since the loss of the five HFD m...
07/01/2020

A tragic LODD loss due to bowstring truss failure. This incident has informed all of us since the loss of the five HFD members.

On July 1, 1988 a fire at the Hackensack Ford Dealership claimed the lives of five firefighters. After 20 minutes of battling the blaze, firefighters were in a defensive posture in the garage at the rear of the building. Suddenly a 60’ square section of the building’s wood bowstring truss roof collapsed, and an intense fire immediately engulfed the area. Several factors contributed to the tragedy including faults in leadership, lack of training in the roof type, and a communications breakdown.

The Hackensack Ford Fire caused the fire service to begin taking building construction seriously. Before this fire, building construction was seldom the focus, and bowstring truss were of minimal concern. #FireHistory #NeverForget

Congratulations to Tyler Whitley as he is awarded the NCSFA scholarship. Tyler is nearing completion of our Fire Protect...
06/29/2020

Congratulations to Tyler Whitley as he is awarded the NCSFA scholarship. Tyler is nearing completion of our Fire Protection Technology AAS degree. Good work!

06/25/2020
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Survey for female firefighters regarding PPE.

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05/14/2020

Summer classes for Fire Protection start Monday, May 18! FIP 128 Detection & Investigation and FIP 221 Advanced Fire Fighting Strategies are offered in our summer semester. All related courses are offered as well. If you need to get registered, contact us ASAP! [email protected]

05/06/2020

Congratulations to Coastal graduate candidate Danny Floyd with Asheboro FD! Danny is wrapping up his last class at Coastal after starting his degree in 2002! It's never too late to start, never too late to finish! Contact us if you have questions about degree completion. Stay safe!

04/24/2020
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Webinar today at noon from the American College of Medical Toxicology: Town Hall Q&A: Practical Issues of PPE and COVID19

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Jacksonville, NC
28546

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Tuesday 8am - 4pm
Wednesday 8am - 4pm
Thursday 8am - 4pm
Friday 8am - 4pm

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A local department receives a volunteer recruitment grant from the NCAFC.
Code change regarding extinguisher requirements for R-2 occupancies.