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Ernest Grant

Thanks for your post and comments regarding NFPA 1035. I would like to point out to the readers that the 1035 document serves as a guide for individuals or organizations that may be seeking to a have certification process in place. In North Caroina, we have adopted the 1035 guidelines as a part of our certification process. Particiants seeking certification must complete the three standards (Administration, Planning & Development and Education/Implementation) at each level in order to be certified as a level I, II or III Fire and Life Safety Educator. We have had a very positive response to this standard in our state. For further information about the North Carolina Program, please go to the following website: www.ncdoi.com/osfm/. Click on the tab for OSFM Divisions, then choose the Fire and Rescue Commission tab. From there, the reader can access the Certification and Training tab and view the requirements for Fire and Life Safety Educator.

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