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New for Summer 2015. Refresher training courses offered at Knight and Flanagan Campus. Emergency Medical Technician - Basic refresher $230 (30 hours) and Emergency Medical Technician - Cardiac refresher $100 (12 hours). Basic course required for the Cardiac course. Visit CCRI's Center for Workforce and Community Education website for EMT Refresher.
New offering for Fall 2015 at the Newport County Campus, FIRE 1130 Emergency Medical Technician - Basic. Classes are held from 6 to 10 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursday and from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on certain Saturdays. One Saturday extrication class is required. Visit Courses Available and search under Fire Sciences. FIRE 1130 // CRN 36841 // Section 594 // Newport.
Fire Science Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Plan and Curriculum Map provide information for the student on what topics will be introduced, reinforced or emphasized during the various Fire Science courses that are offered. [More info]
The Community College of Rhode Island's Associate in Applied Science degree program in Fire Science is designed to give students the skills needed to enter or advance in the field of fire service. CCRI's Fire Science program is striving toward FESHE Accreditation.
New FESHE Fire Science courses offered - FIRE 1010 "Fire Fighter Safety and Survival" and FIRE 1060 "Fire Behavior". Upon completion of these courses and all FESHE courses certificates from the National Fire Academy will be awarded to the students.
Fire Science Program - Currently pursuing articulation agreements with the Rhode Island Fire Academy and Massachusetts Fire Academy for pro-board certifications through NFPA testing formats. Course offerings are day, afternoon and evenings for all semesters.
HEAL 0200 CPR for Healthcare Workers - Required for all students prior to entering the Nursing Program. This course provides American Heart Association CPR Training for healthcare providers, CCRI students, and lay rescuers. [More info]