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Emergency Services

Central Carolina Community College's Emergency Services Training Center (ESTC) is one of the finest facilities for the training of law enforcement, fire, emergency medical, and rescue services personnel. The Center's programs develop skilled responders, empowering them to act more effectively in emergencies. The college has offered emergency services training since 1964.

The staff members of the Emergency Services Training Center (ESTC) are committed to providing accessible, high quality, and cost- effective training for the emergency response community to improve the quality of life services for all citizens. ESTC staff members are dedicated to providing excellent customer service and to meeting individual and departmental needs of customers in the Emergency Response Community and to the public as a whole.

The Emergency Services Training Center occupies 116 acres, providing significant and unique space for a wide variety of scenarios. The facility includes classroom buildings, a live-burn building and a four- story training tower used for rescue training. The two driving tracks are ideal for vehicular pursuit, pursuit intervention, motorcycle safety, and other specialized training. The Center offers a yearly basic firefighter training academy. Students can earn Fire Fighter I and II, EMT, Hazardous Material Responder, Emergency Vehicle Operator, General Technical Rescue, Rescue Intervention Training and Vehicle and Machinery Rescue certifications. The Basic Law Enforcement Academy (BLET) and in-service law enforcement training are also conducted on site. A CoAEMSP accredited Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic Program is being pursued.

The Emergency Services Training Center offers high quality, unique training programs and services to emergency responders who make communities safer.

Emergency Services Training Offered