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ALPS Students Earn Certification!

posted Mar 9, 2018, 6:15 AM by Steven Shultz   [ updated Mar 9, 2018, 6:16 AM ]
Nine Academy of Law and Public Safety students receive certified emergency telecommunicator certificate

Congratulations to nine Bruins who are members of the Academy of Law and Public Safety.  The students completed the requirements of the International Academies of Emergency Dispatch as certified emergency telecommunicators.

The students that successfully completed the required written assessment are internationally recognized as having completed industry-specific basic training in emergency communications.  The certification is valid in the United States and over 40 other countries.  Students that are 18 years or older are eligible to apply for a job as a dispatcher.

The students who completed the requirements are as follows:

Peyton Berry (10th grade)
Mekhi Crocker-Linn (12th grade)
Damien Dawkins (10th grade)
Anasia Harvey (10th grade)
Jadina Jackson (10th grade) - earned honor status
Austin Kent (12th grade)
Lexus Mason (10th grade) - earned honor status
Taesha Sears (12th grade)
Cassie Walker (10th grade)

“On behalf of the administrative team at Bethel, we are extremely proud of these students and the work of their instructor, Kenneth ‘Randy’ Seals,” said Gregory Hopson, principal of the Academy of Law and Public Safety.