Sturgeon County Firefighters and Emergency Services offer a professional National Fire Protection Association 1001 Training Program, which leads to national and international certification to interested and qualified students.
Students meet one night per week plus one Saturday per month for training at a local fire hall and take part in local firefighting and emergency response under mentor supervision. Students receive training in First Aid, CPR, AED, Dangerous Goods and Wildland training.
The application/screening process begins in the fall with program commencement in January. Students earn one credit for each 25 hours of work and/or training (minimum 75 hours) in Career Internship – OTH1910.