Fire and Rescue Services
Fire and Rescue Services
Application Deadline: July 2018
Firefighters are highly skilled and adventurous. This hands-on program prepares students to obtain employment in one of the most rewarding fields out there.
Certified and highly trained instructors provide instruction that goes far beyond the textbook. This program utilizes several training facilities providing real world experiences that prove to be the highlight of the program!
- Be 18 years of age at the time of certification
- Be in good physical condition
- Not have serious medical or psychological problems that would limit the ability to perform strenuous and stressful job duties
- Have good work ethics
The physical strength and endurance demands associated with training and on-the-job use of current firefighting equipment for essential firefighting operations include lifting, carrying, and pulling of objects; climbing; crawling; running; and hoisting. Physical agility requires upper body strength, aerobic conditioning, and flexibility. Students will be exposed to dark rooms, confined spaces, and extreme heat and cold. An application for this program is required.
FIRE1001 (Introduction to Firefighting)
- High School Diploma/GED
- Demonstrate English/ Math competency
NOTE: ACT or SAT reports and/or college grades may not be older than 10 years, unless a student has completed a degree.
- Minimum English competency (one of the following):
- Accuplacer Reading (Fire) – 58%tile
- ACT Composite (Fire) – 17
- ACT English (Fire) – 17
- ACT Reading (Fire) 17
- SAT English (Fire) – 500
- Language Expression – 80%
- Language Mechanics – 80%
- Completion of ENG 0990 or higher with a grade of C+ or better
- Minimum Math competency (one of the following):
- Accuplacer Math (Fire) – 40%
- ACT Math (Fire) – 17
- SAT Math (Fire) – 450
- Completion of MATH 0990 or higher with a grade of C+ or better
FIRE2501 (Recruit Candidate Academy)
- Pass Doctor’s Physical within 6 months of class start – Attach Firefighter Candidate Physical Form Provided
- Pass a physical fitness requirement consisting of 1.5 mile run (less than 15 mins.), push ups (25 in one minute), and sit ups (25 in one minute)
- Provide evidence of health insurance during RCA – Provide Evidence of Insurance
- Copy of EMS Card, EMS Certification, or Waiver Form Provided
- Valid Driver’s License
If you have questions about these requirements, please contact Heath at 801-910-0561.
Other recommended courses for employment: EMT- Basic, EMT-Intermediate, Wildland Firefighter I.
Every year, fires and other emergencies take thousands of lives and destroy property worth billions of dollars. In addition to putting out fires, climbing ladders, and carrying hoses, firefighters typically treat victims and perform other vital life-saving or civil service functions while working in teams. This field offers many opportunities for advancement, including fire inspector, investigator, hazardous materials or rescue specialists, captain, etc. Due to the nature of the work, this is a career that will always need skilled and qualified workers.
When your pre-admission requirements are met and your application is approved, courses begin in July.
Yes, financial aid is available. Bridgerland Technical College participates in a variety of assistance programs that aid students in covering the costs associated with enrollment in full-time certificate programs. The Financial Aid Office provides information for grants, scholarships, and VA education benefits. Bridgerland Technical College does not participate in or endorse any loan program. The Financial Aid Office is located at the Main Campus, 1301 North 600 West. Stop by anytime or call (435) 750-3279, (435) 750-3114, or (435) 750-3204 for more information. Please access the Fire and Rescue Services Program and Financial Aid document for Financial Aid information specific to this program.
Students can be setup on a payment plan and make payments each month (due on the 1st).
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Pell Eligible: Yes
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A Little About Bridgerland Technical College
The mission of the Bridgerland Technical College is to deliver competency-based, employer-guided career and technical education to both secondary and post-secondary students through traditional and technology-enhanced methodologies.
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Tuesday: 7:30 am - 4 pm
Wednesday: 7:30 am - 4 pm
Thursday: 7:30 am - 4 pm
Friday: 7:30 am - 3 pm
1301 North 600 West
Logan, UT 84321
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