The Basic Fire Fighter Training Program provides fire departments and fire protection districts with resources and financial support to facilitate and enable the training of fire fighters to minimum safety requirements. The program addresses the adopted NFPA 1001-2013 edition in modular format, NFPA 1403-2012 edition, NFPA 472-2013 edition and applicable sections of WAC 296-305.
Our Program Manual thoroughly explains the program and provides information about training requirements, the application process, and the reimbursement schedule. It also contains useful information for developing instructors and volunteer recruit schools. For additional information or questions about the program, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hazardous Materials Training
The State Fire Marshal’s Office coordinates and delivers Hazardous Materials Training to first responders statewide. This training is funded by the Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness Grant funded by the U.S. Department of Transportation.
There is no cost to attend any of these classes. Meals and lodging for courses offered at the WSP Shelton Academy and WSP Fire Training Academy will be paid for as part of these programs. At all other locations where classes are held, meals and lodging will be the responsibility of the student.
A minimum of Hazardous Materials Operations is required for attendance to the On-Scene Incident Command, the Train-the-Trainer Awareness & Operations, and the Technician courses.
To host a course, course content or registration information email Hazmat@wsp.wa.gov.
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All Other Training
Regional Direct Delivery Training
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Fire Safety & Training
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Fire Sprinkler Training
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