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North Carolina Community College System H. Martin Lancaster, President. FEMA’s Emergency Management Higher Education Conference June 8 - 10, 2004 “Community College Role in North Carolina”. Dr. Larry Keen, Vice President Chuck Barham, Associate Vice President

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North carolina community college system h martin lancaster president

North Carolina Community College System

H. Martin Lancaster, President

FEMA’s

Emergency Management Higher Education Conference

June 8 - 10, 2004

“Community College Role in North Carolina”

Dr. Larry Keen, Vice President

Chuck Barham, Associate Vice President

Economic and Workforce Development Division


North carolina community college system h martin lancaster president

Economic & Workforce Development Programs

New & Expanding Industry Training

Focused Industrial Training

Workforce

Continuing Education

Small Business Center Network

Human Resources Development

Workforce Initiatives

BioNetwork


North carolina community college system h martin lancaster president

Camden

Warren

Alleghany

Ashe

Surry

Stokes

Gates

Currituck

Rockingham

Caswell

Person

Vance

Northampton

Watauga

Halifax

Hertford

Pasquotank

Wilkes

Granville

Yadkin

Perquimans

Forsyth

Franklin

Chowan

Bertie

Guilford

Durham

Avery

Mitchell

Alamance

Nash

Orange

Caldwell

Davie

Yancey

Alexander

Madison

Tyrrell

Edgecombe

Iredell

Martin

Washington

Davidson

Burke

Randolph

Chatham

Wilson

Mcdowell

Dare

Catawba

Rowan

Buncombe

Wake

Pitt

Beaufort

Haywood

Johnston

Lee

Greene

Swain

Lincoln

Hyde

Montgomery

Rutherford

Stanly

Harnett

Graham

Cabarrus

Cleveland

Mecklenburg

Wayne

Jackson

Polk

Henderson

Moore

Lenoir

Gaston

Craven

Macon

Cherokee

Transylvania

Pamlico

Richmond

Clay

Cumberland

Hoke

Jones

Sampson

Duplin

Union

Anson

Scotland

Onslow

Carteret

Robeson

Bladen

Pender

New Hanover

Columbus

Brunswick

59Main Campuses(includes the NC Center for Applied Textile Technology)

20Multi-Campus Sites *

74Off-Campus Centers *__________________________

153 Main Campuses, Multi-Campus Sites, and Off-Campus Centers

89Counties with Approved Sites

58Home Counties (main campuses)

31Other Counties

* A Multi-Campus Site is a facility owned or leased by the college that focuses primarily on curriculum offerings. At least one full Associate Degree program must be offered at the site and the site must meet SACS accreditation requirements for a stand-alone facility.

* An Off-Campus Center is a facility owned or leased by the college where students predominantly take continuing education courses and some curriculum courses. As a general rule, full Associate Degree programs are not offered.


North carolina community college system h martin lancaster president

Workforce Continuing Education


North carolina community college system h martin lancaster president

Workforce Continuing Education

Select Program Areas and Number of Courses

Emergency Medical Services

45 courses

Criminal Justice - Mandated

13 courses

Criminal Justice - Non-Mandated

179 courses

Fire & Rescue Services

209 courses

Approximate number of State Board approved courses: 1,400


North carolina community college system h martin lancaster president

Workforce Continuing Education Enrollment Trends 1999 - 2003

Duplicated Headcount


North carolina community college system h martin lancaster president

Workforce Continuing Education

Regional Fire/Emergency Services Coordinators

Area Map

Alleghany

Northampton

Gates

Camden

Warren

Currituck

Ashe

Surry

Stokes

Rockingham

Caswell

Person

Vance

Granville

Hertford

Pasquotank

Halifax

Perquimans

Watauga

Wilkes

Chowan

Yadkin

Forsyth

Avery

Franklin

Alamance

Bertie

Guilford

Orange

Durham

Mitchell

Nash

Caldwell

Edgecombe

Alexander

Davie

Yancey

Madison

Tyrrell

Washington

Iredell

Martin

Dare

Wake

Davidson

Burke

Randolph

Chatham

Wilson

Catawba

Buncombe

McDowell

Rowan

Pitt

Haywood

Beaufort

Johnston

Swain

Hyde

Lincoln

Greene

Lee

Rutherford

Harnett

Cabarrus

Montgomery

Cleveland

Wayne

Henderson

Graham

Stanly

Gaston

Moore

Polk

Jackson

Mecklenburg

Craven

Lenoir

Transylvania

Macon

Cherokee

Pamlico

Clay

Cumberland

Hoke

Jones

Union

Anson

Sampson

Duplin

Richmond

Scotland

Onslow

Carteret

Robeson

Bladen

Pender

System Office Raleigh

Host Community College

New

Hanover

Columbus

Region 1 Western Vacant Haywood TCC

Region 5-North Central Mary T. Creech Wake TCC

Brunswick

Region 2-Foothills Winfield Abee Catawba Valley CC

Region 6-South Eastern Johnny Baker Robeson CC

Region 3- Northern Piedmont Wesley Hutchins Forsyth CC

Region 7- Middle Eastern Red McKemey James Sprunt CC

Region 4-Central Piedmont Chip Osborne Davidson CC

Region 8- North Eastern Phil Batts Wilson CC


North carolina community college system h martin lancaster president

Workforce Continuing EducationFire/Emergency Services and Select Workforce Continuing Education Program Areas 2003 Enrollments

Special NCCCS Report CC539, Duplicated Headcount - Spring, Summer & Fall Terms, 2003


North carolina community college system h martin lancaster president

Workforce Continuing Education

Fire/Emergency Services Enrollment Trends 1999 - 2003

Special NCCCS Report CC539, Duplicated Headcount - Spring, Summer, Fall for 1999, 2000, 2001,2002,2003


North carolina community college system h martin lancaster president

Workforce Continuing Education Fire/Emergency Services Instructional Hours Trends 1999 - 2003

Special NCCCS Report CC539, Duplicated Headcount - Spring, Summer, Fall for 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003


North carolina community college system h martin lancaster president

North Carolina Fire Departments

NumberPercentage TypeNumber of

of AgenciesPersonnel

70 5Career (Paid) 8,727

255 19Career/Volunteer ------

1,036 76Volunteer 36,676

_______________________________________________________________

1,361 100% 45,403

Data Source: North Carolina State Fireman’s Association


North carolina community college system h martin lancaster president

North Carolina Law Enforcement Data

Number of Certified Personnel

11,955Sheriffs Deputies

7,607 Detention Officers

3,119 Telecommunicators

17,681 Law Enforcement Officers

14,514 Correction Officers

1,602 Juvenile Justice Officers

___________________________________

56,478 Total Certified Personnel

Number of Agencies

100 Sheriff Departments

543 Law Enforcement

Agencies

__________________________643 Total Agencies

Data Source: NC Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission

NC Sheriffs Education and Training Standards Commission


North carolina community college system h martin lancaster president

Curriculum Degree Programs


North carolina community college system h martin lancaster president

Curriculum Degree Programs Total Enrollment Trends 1999-2003

1999 227,113

2000 233,514

2001 244,508

2002 269,726

2003 284,015

Data Source: NCCCS Annual Statistical Reports and NCCCS Data Warehouse


North carolina community college system h martin lancaster president

Select Curriculum Degree Program Titles

Basic Law Enforcement Training (Certificate)

Criminal Justice Technology

Criminal Justice Technology

Concentration: Latent Evidence

Criminal Justice Technology

Concentration: Financial Crime/ Computer Fraud

Fire Protection Technology

Emergency Preparedness Technology

Emergency Medical Science


North carolina community college system h martin lancaster president

Select Curriculum Degree Program Enrollment Trends 1999-2003


North carolina community college system h martin lancaster president

Fire/Emergency Services Degree Programs Full-time Equivalent Enrollment (FTE) Trends1999 - 2003

FTE Based on Special NCCCS Report CC539, Duplicated Headcount - Spring, Summer, Fall for 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003.

Annual Curriculum FTE means the total of the student hours in membership for fall and spring semesters divided by 512 (256 student hours per semester x 2).


North carolina community college system h martin lancaster president

FEMA Higher Education Projects


North carolina community college system h martin lancaster president

North Carolina

Community College System

Economic & Workforce Development Division

5003 Mail Service Center ~ Raleigh, NC 27699

Telephone (919) 807-7000 ~ Fax (919) 807-7169

H. Martin Lancaster, President

Visit us online at

www.ncccs.cc.nc.us/Business_and_Industry

NCCCS, June 2004


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