Public Safety Communications
In an emergency, the first people to answer a 911 call for help are
public safety communications specialists and police, fire, and
emergency medical dispatchers. These well- trained, highly
professional individuals send the appropriate type and number of
emergency services units in response to calls for assistance and
monitor the activity of emergency services personnel at the scene.
They work in a variety of settings, ranging from police and fire
stations to hospitals or centralized city communications centers.
ECC offers students a pleasant learning environment, experienced
practitioner instructors, and a unique CAD simulator that recreates a
real world work environment for hands on training that prepares the
student for employment in the emergency communications field.
Additional Program Details
Prepare for Immediate Employment
Transfer Credits to 4 Year University
- View options»
Transfer Options for AAS in Public Safety Communications
Notice of Disclaimer
This catalog is provided for informational purposes only. The college reserves the right to change, modify, or alter all fees, tuition, expenses, and costs of any kind and further reserves the right to add or delete without notice any course or program offering, service or information in this catalog. It is the responsibility of any student or employee to become familiar with any changes in this catalog.