Mayhew, Glen; Hoback, David
May 2008
Fire Chief;May2008, Vol. 52 Issue 5, p68
Trade Publication
The article provides information on an internship program created through the partnership of Jefferson College of Health Services and a Virginia fire department. The program is designed to meet the educational needs of individuals aspiring to a career in fire and Emergency Medical Services. The program also responds to the work force demands by calling not only for Emergency Medical Technician-Basic-certified firefighters, but for advanced life support-certified firefighters.


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