SFRT Area 9 regrets to announce that Instructors Mike Felty and Adam Day have relocated their teaching
affiliation from Area 9 to Area 15 in Lexington due to thier residency. We will see both instructors in our area from time
to time as they still have family ties here. We wish them both the best for the future and thier continuing service to state
fire rescue training. Thank you for your commitment to excellence and professionalism.
AREA 9 WELCOMES NEW STAFF
SFRT Area 9 welcomes new staff working in the capacity of maintenance and fleet transportation. These individuals
will assist with moving training props and trailers to the area stations and work to maintain our vast fleet and facilities
including the area 9 office and the fire training center in Morehead. This will relieve much burden on the instructor staff
that we have come to rely upon heavily in recent years.
These specialized staff have diverse
backgrounds to meet the needs of Area 9:
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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
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.