Leadership

PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION PROVIDED AT FLORIDA STATE FIRE COLLEGE

Issue 10 and Volume 93.

PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION PROVIDED AT FLORIDA STATE FIRE COLLEGE Each Student Required to Complete Thirty Hours Work in one Subject-Certificates and Diplomas Awarded THE Florida State Fire College, a school of practical instruction in approved methods of fire fighting, inspection, maintenance and care of equipment, first aid and officers’ training, held its eleventh annual session at Daytona Beach, Fla. This institution was founded and is sponsored annually by the Florida State Firemen’s Association, which, through the first ten years of the college’s annual sessions, directed the course of instruction and selected the staff of instructors. This year, for the first time, the college was conducted by the State Department of Education under the direction of Colin English, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, with Robert D. Dolley. State Supervisor of Trade and Industrial Education, directly in charge—these officials working, of course, in direct cooperation with the Firemen’s Association. J. F. Mae Millan,…

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