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Fire Safety Inspector Preparation Courses for the State Certification Exam

fire safety inspector prepThe Fire Safety Inspector Preparation Course Series is a 208 contact hour accelerated series that prepares students to take the Fire Safety Inspector certification state examination from the Florida State Fire Marshal Office.

The series consists of six courses and is offered in a period of 14 weeks.  The series is normally offered in the evenings from 6:00 P.M. to 10:00 P.M., Monday through Friday.  These courses are offered 3 to 4 times annually, based on demand. Upon successful completion of these courses and the state certification examination, students will be eligible to apply for positions within governmental agencies and private industry.

Courses

Course No. Course Title
FFP-2120 Building Construction
FFP-2521 Blueprint Plans/Review
FFP-2510 Fire/Building Code/NFPA1
FFP-2540 Private Fire Protection
FFP-1505 Fire Prevention
FFP-2590 NFPA 1 (1 credit)
  Total Credits 16

 

Financial Aid

Financial aid is provided on the basis of demonstrated need. Miami Dade College participates in all federally and state funded financial aid programs. Students may apply online or by mail. Application may be picked up from any MDC Financial Aid office. For more information, contact the Financial Aid office at 305-237-1058.

Please call 305-237-FIRE (3473) or e-mail mmccann@mdc.edu for the quickest service.



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