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056: Hazardous Materials Technology (FPT)

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  • Term
    Fall 2021
  • Course Number
    056
  • Course Credits
    3
  • Campus
    Mission College
  • Description
    Advisory: FPT 051 and FPT 052 Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent This course provides an in-depth study of materials presenting special problems in firefighting operations, including the identification of hazardous materials and the handling procedures utilized for emergencies, and enables first responders to recognize a hazardous materials incident and implement actions to protect themselves, the public, the environment and nearby property while responding in a defensive fashion. Students may obtain a First Responder Operations Certification from California Specialized Training Institute (CSTI) or State Fire Training. Additional costs will be assessed for certification.
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Section 1

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  • Course Registration Number
    71670
  • Section ID
    FPT-056-1
  • Faculty
    Guy Hall
  • Seats Available
    31
  • Total Seats
    45
  • Course Dates
    AUG-28-2021 TO DEC-18-2021
  • Section Notes
    NOTE: This course is fully online without required scheduled meetings. Students complete required coursework at their convenience, while meeting instructor established deadlines. ******************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************** Advisory: FPT 051 and FPT 052Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalentThis course provides an in-depth study of materials presenting special problems in firefighting operations, including the identification of hazardous materials and the handling procedures utilized for emergencies, and enables first responders to recognize a hazardous materials incident and implement actions to protect themselves, the public, the environment and nearby property while responding in a defensive fashion. Students may obtain a First Responder Operations Certification from California Specialized Training Institute (CSTI) or State Fire Training. Additional costs will be assessed for certification.