FETN acquires Red Card certification training system

April 2003
Fire Chief;Apr2003, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p14
Trade Publication
Reports that Primedia Workplace Learning Inc.'s Fire and Emergency Training Network (FETN) has acquired Red Card certification training, an accepted interagency certification that a person is qualified to fight wildland fires in the U.S. Exclusive distribution rights deal of FETN with Access Training Systems International and Deer Valley Press; Standards set by the National Wildfire Coordination Group for Red Card certification; Interactive training system.


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