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The Founder of an Emergency Technicians Program here is seeking to clear the air and repair his reputation following lingering accusations of defrauding a group of students.

This was done during a press briefing on Saturday at the Tapion Hospital where members of the program’s management committee along with two representatives from the Pasco-Hernando state college were present.

Prior to handing out EMT certificates Mr. Craig Herman claimed that his name was tarnished during RCI’s newsspin program in May 2015, when a student from the technical program said that she as well as other students paid for courses that they believed were not legitimate.

Mr. Herman says that clarification on the subject is necessary because he believes St. Lucians need to do more research before jumping to conclusions.

Mr. Herman says before a Memorandum of understanding could’ve been completed with Boward College the Associate Dean which he had been working left the institution suddenly. However, the situation led to the start of a new partnership with another accredited college.

The college Mr. Herman is currently working with Pasco-Hernando state college
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