Mass. college adopts fire-science curriculum
Curriculum allows state fire-training directors to work with colleges so college credit can be received for fire-training courses, vice versa
The Sentinel & Enterprise
GARDNER, Mass. — The Department of Fire Services recognized Mount Wachusett Community College and three other Massachusetts colleges Monday for adopting nationally recognized the Fire and Emergency Services High Education model curricula for their fire-science majors.
Dennis Onieal, superintendent of the National Fire Academy, presented certificates of recognition to representatives of Mount Wachusett, Bunker Hill and Quinsigamond community colleges, as well as Anna Maria College, during the second Fire Service Professional Development Summit in Stow.
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