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Fire Fighting

Fire Fighting is the most relevant program for aspiring firefighter as it meets the
new firefighter training standards. We’ve updated our Career Fire
Fighter program in response to the evolving needs of the industrial fire service,
advances in technology, and updates to National Fire Protection Association
(NFPA) standards. This new program combines practical and face-to-face
learning and provides a more flexible schedule for working professionals.

If you are considering a career in firefighting, this program will provide you with
the theoretical background, applied skills, and specialized knowledge required to
become a superior candidate in a competitive recruiting process. Graduates are
employment-ready, and are able to take on the challenges of an entry-level fire

Learn Firefighting course?

We provide the theoretical background, skills and specialized knowledge
required in the Industrial fire service. You will learn:

Firefighting Training involves

Safe practices and techniques for operating fire apparatus, tools and

operations at the scene of an emergency incident.

  1. The reality of firefighter survival – gain knowledge to help you understand ground cover fires, and examine the critical elements of fire suppression..
  2. How to use personal protective equipment (PPE).
  3. Methods of communication and the importance of personnel accountability on the emergency scene.
  4. How to select Industrial fire service tools and equipment to perform fire ground tasks directed at accessing fire locations.
  5. How to apply fire suppression techniques in a variety of non-enclosed live-fire scenarios in preparation for participation in interior structural fire suppression activities.
  6. Advanced fire suppression and rescue techniques in emergency simulations to conduct rescues and stabilize incident scenes. About the tools and tactics to suppress structural fires, extinguish flammable gas fires and protect fire scene evidence.
  7. To deliver sound public education within your community and how to conduct yourself professionally while acting as a representative of a fire department.
  8. To conduct thorough fire inspections, make assessments and prepare recommendations to ensure the risk of fire in a building is minimized.
  9. To recognize hazardous materials emergencies, ensure personnel safety, perform a hazard assessment, and notify and communicate with higher skilled emergency responders or technical response teams

Quality Education and Training

Each learner is provided hands-on training and evaluated on 100% of job
performance requirements to ensure you are job ready.

Applied Learning

Our simulation training props including a three-story burn building, steel ship
mock-up, rope rescue tower, and hazardous materials simulator are used to
prepare you for a wide range of situations.

Expert Instructors

Our instructors are subject matter experts active in the field. Their knowledge
and experience will help get you ready for today’s increasingly complex
challenges and entry to a career in the Industrial fire service.


This unique program is delivered in a blended, flexible-format consisting of a
combination of online and face-to-face.

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