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Working with coordinators of two- and four-year academic fire and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) management degree programs, the U. S. Fire Administration established the Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education (FESHE) network of emergency services-related education and training providers. The FESHE mission is to:
FESHE members have made remarkable strides in:
The National Professional Development Model and the Emergency Medical Services Professional Development Model illustrate how the four pillars of professional development influence your career: Training, Academic Education, Relevant Experience and Continuing Education. The models graphically support the National Professional Development Matrix.
The FESHE program mark represents the idea that within the ivory towers of higher education, firefighters and fire officers, armed with the knowledge and a college degree, can reduce the human and economic impact of fires in their communities. This mark is public domain and may be used freely.Download the program mark — 2100px x 2100px JPG 1.8 MB