• Human Services Career Pathway


    Teacher: John Fala

    CIP Code: 43.9999


    The Public Safety program is designed to prepare students for careers in four broad public safety areas: law enforcement, fire protection, emergency health services, and security and loss prevention. Students will study the following topics: criminal justice system including: juvenile justice and delinquency, corrections, and judiciary; police science including: investigative, patrol, traffic and crowd control procedures and forensics; physical and mental fitness including: self-discipline, defensive tactics, and arrest techniques; fire science including: prevention, firefighting, and rescue techniques; security and loss prevention as it applies to commercial, industrial and other corporate settings; vehicle and equipment use, maintenance, and safety. Through report writing and information retrieval, students will apply and refine their communication and computer skills.  The curriculum will include discussion and case studies on professionalism, ethics, cultural diversity, and conflict resolution.  Classroom and laboratory experiences will be held at both MBIT and the Bucks County Public Safety Training Center. This program provides an excellent foundation from which to pursue a two or four year college degree and ultimately a career in public safety

Career Pathway Wheel for Public Safety

    American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR, AED and First Aid

    FEMA Emergency Management Institute - National Incident Management System Level 100, 200, 700, and 800

    Firefighter I and Emergency Medical Technician

    Management of Aggressive Behavior 

    OCAT - Pepper Spray

    PPCI Expandable Baton 

    Practical and Tactical Handcuffing



    Bucks County Community College

    Pennsylvania College of Technology



    Algebra I

    Basic computer skills

    Effective written and oral communication skills

    Emotional stability

    Physical and mental fitness

    Read and interpret technical material at grade level