Cancelled – Emergency Services College 2020
In order to take extra precautions in response to the Coronavirus, this event is cancelled. Read the notice of cancellation for the Emergency Services College.
Visit the DCCC Coronavirus Response web page for more information regarding updates from the college.
March 30 – April 5, 2020
Davidson County Community College and the Davidson County Public Safety Association are pleased to offer the 36th Annual Central Piedmont Emergency Services College to all emergency services and public safety industry personnel.
As the only college in our service area of Davidson and Davie counties, we realize the importance of continuous, up-to-date training for you, the dedicated and brave professionals on the job 24 hours a day, to keep our communities safe from harm. Responding emergency personnel must be prepared to manage the different situations they encounter on the job. This can only be achieved through continuous training. Every effort is made to make the Emergency Services College a success by providing up-to-date instruction on current topics of interest and importance.
For more information, contact Bryan Knight, Fire/Rescue Coordinator at 336.224.4802 or Bryan_Knight@DavidsonCCC.edu or Becky Daley, Associate Dean of Workforce Development and Continuing Education, at 336.224.4513 or RBDaley@DavidsonCCC.edu.
Minimum Age Requirements
The minimum age for participation in the Central Piedmont Emergency Services College is 16 years of age.
Fees for Central Piedmont Emergency Services College
All Students – $30
Make checks payable to: Davidson County Community College
Fee goes to the Davidson County Public Safety Association.
T-shirt will be provided to students who register by March 9, 2020 courtesy of Davidson County Public Safety Association and sponsors. Students must be present in class to receive the t-shirt.
Tuition for out-of-state students and those not fee-waived
Class hours 1–24: $70
Class hours 25–50: $125
Class hours over 51: $180
Some courses have additional certification fees and/or have recommended textbooks. Students may enroll for multiple classes as long as the class schedules do not conflict or overlap. All classes must be listed on the registration form (located in the brochure). Only one $30 per person Emergency Services College fee is required for the week, regardless of the number of classes you take.