Proudly serving the 48 fire departments in the 11
Kentucky counties of Bath, Bracken, Elliott, Fleming, Lewis, Mason, Menifee, Montgomery, Morgan, Robertson and Rowan.
"We all lead by example---
Its our choice whether it is by good
example or bad example"- Duane Suttles
THE AREA 9 OFFICE HAS
RELOCATED FROM THE ROWAN CAMPUS TO THE MMRC BUSINESS PARK OFF HWY 801 NORTH.
Our NEW, permanent
office location is now at 99 Lake Park Drive. Our first day of operation began onJanuary 5, 2015.
Our regular office hours are 8:30am till 4:30pm Monday-Friday. Our office phones will remain the same: 606-784-1393
locally, 888-301-2946 for long distance and our fax line is still 606-784-1878.
The Directions to our NEW office are:
From I-64, take Exit 133 (Farmers/Sharkey), turn North on Hwy 801, travel 1 mile, turn right onto Industry
Road into the MMRC Business Park, take the first left (Lake Park Drive), we will be the second building on the right.
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KCTCS Vision, Mission and Values
The KCTCS Vision
KCTCS, our vision is to be the nation’s premier community and technical college system.
In everything we do, our mission is to improve the quality of life and employability of the
citizens of the Commonwealth by serving as the primary provider of:
College and Workforce Readiness
Workforce Education and Training
The KCTCS Values
When we say "Higher Education Begins Here," we take it seriously. KCTCS has been given great responsibility
for the prosperity and well-being of all Kentuckians. Our values reflect that, and include:
Responsiveness to students,
employers, and communities
Access with innovative and flexible delivery
Trust, respect, and open communication
Inclusion, multiculturalism, and engagement
THE MISSION OF THE KENTUCKY FIRE COMMISSION
The Kentucky Fire Commission is committed to enhancing safety and education within the fire
service for the citizens and industries within the Commonwealth through standardized special and technical education, training,
communication, coordination and the distribution of funds to the agencies throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
MISSION & VISION OF
STATE FIRE RESCUE TRAINING
The mission of Fire Rescue Training is to plan, direct, and administer a quality, comprehensive
and uniformly delivered training program through the most efficient use of available resources to assist in meeting the training
needs of fire, rescue and other emergency services personnel so that lives and property may be saved more safely and effectively.
In addition, to provide health and safety training programs for industries, institution, government agencies and other such
entities to assist in meeting their training needs mandated by federal, state and local laws.
The vision of Fire Rescue Training is to be recognized as a national leader in providing comprehensive educational
programs for current and future emergency responders at the local, regional, state and national levels.