Wildland firefighting agencies operate at federal, state and local levels. While some wildland firefighters work year-round and some work only during the fire season, the work is always strenuous and positions are always highly competitive. Prospective fire staff can increase chances of securing a job by earning a certificate or degree in fire science. Students who complete the Wildland Fire Academy will receive a certificate from the National Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG). Firefighting is strenuous physical work. A pre-course physical exam is required and additional prerequisites need to be met prior to training. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age prior to academy completion and have a high school diploma. A criminal background check is also required. Applications can be picked up at the KCC reception desk in Building 3. The deadline to apply for the academy is 4:30 p.m.
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Dubai College of Tourism is offering the three-month course to those who regularly come face to face with tourists, including concierges, waiters, cab drivers and hotel staff, who will have to correctly answer questions on a range of subjects related to the emirate. Essa Bin Hadher, general manager of the college, said the Dh375 course will "ensure everyone has the same knowledge to answer tourists". Michael Petrillose, the colleges academic director, said students can work online. "They can do it at their own convenience, at home on a laptop, on a smartphone. The goal is to standardise this knowledge and understanding." The college, the first vocational training institute for the tourism industry, will take students of all ages when it opens in September. It will offer qualifications from foundation to diploma level in subjects ranging from hospitality to culinary arts. It is hoped it will help to attract more Emiratis to the industry, said Mr Bin Hadher. It is believed about 3 to 4 per cent of the emirates tourism staff are UAE nationals. "The industry benefits from having nationals," Mr Bin Hadher said.