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2014 DBFA Fire School


Kentucky Community and Technical College System
MCTC-Rowan Campus
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Proudly serving the 48 fire departments in the 11 Kentucky counties of Bath, Bracken, Elliott, Fleming, Lewis, Mason, Menifee, Montgomery, Morgan, Robertson and Rowan.

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"We all lead by example---
Its our choice whether it is by good example or bad example"- Duane Suttles

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Daniel Boone Regional Fire School

May 16-18, 2014
Rowan County Middle School
Viking Drive, US 32, Traffic Light 1
Morehead, KY  40351 

Click here to register. 

 

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AREA 9 WELCOMES NEW INSTRUCTOR

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 KEVIN DOYLE-  SFRT Area 9 welcomes Kevin Doyle to its staff of world-class instructors. Kevin is currently employed as a Lieutenant for the City of Maysville Fire Department, where he organizes, conducts, and records the in-house fire training for his shift.  His career began with Maysville Fire in May of 2004 after spending three years as a volunteer firefighter for the Brooksville Volunteer Fire Department.  Kevin obtained his fire instructor certification in 2007.  Taking great pride in a fire service that is continuously subject to new information and technology, continued education has always held a high degree of importance to him.  He has obtained a Bachelors Degree of Science in Fire Protection Administration through Eastern Kentucky University and is a Certified Fire and Explosion Investigator with the National Association of Fire Investigators.  Beyond his career, he and his wife Lauren spend much of their time with their three children who range in age from 2 – 13 years old.  He looks forward to the hours of training that will not only benefit his students, but will undoubtedly be beneficial to his future as well. 

Welcome to the SFRT Area 9 family Kevin.


 

 

 

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THE FIRE COMMISSION OFFICE HAS OFFICIALLY MOVED FROM VERSAILLES TO LEXINGTON
The new location is 118 James Court, turns off Winchester Road (US 60) just west of New Circle Road

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NEW!!! KFS-1 In House FD Training Roster ***

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KCTCS Vision, Mission and Values

The KCTCS Vision

At KCTCS, our vision is to be the nation’s premier community and technical college system.

The KCTCS Mission

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
  • Transfer Education
  • 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
  • Continuous improvement
  • Inclusion, multiculturalism, and engagement

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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.

THE 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.

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