Southern Gulf Island Fire/ Rescue Cadet Camp
If you are interested in learning more about being a first responder and professional fire fighting then this may be of interest to you.
Please have a look at the brochure and make sure to apply before the Nov. 8th deadline.
Admission fee is $200 per student (SD62 will support students will this).
Applicants must be 15 to 18 years of age.
Pre-training will consist of one Saturday prior to the camp (8 hours total).
Upon completing the entire program, students will qualify for 100 work experience hours, equivalent to 4 credits.
Applications are available at your school counselling office.
Applications must be submitted by October prior to camp.
Next Fire camp: March 2019
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and training needed to be successful on the job site.
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- Conduct activities that are designed to increase knowing and awareness of workplace safety
- Demonstrate the various levels of personal protective equipment required for various occupations
- Share links to valuable resources, provide materials and engage students in a Q & A session
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