This course is provided in a blended delivery model; components include online theory as well as live theory review and hands-on practical skill training.
- NFPA 1001 Firefighter Level I—Theory (XBUS8001) and Practical Skills (XBUS8002)
- NFPA 1001 Firefighter Level II—Theory (XBUS8003) and Practical Skills (XBUS8004)
- NFPA 1072 Hazardous Materials Awareness—Theory (XBUS8005)
- NFPA 1072 Hazardous Materials Operations—Theory (XBUS8006) and Practical Skills (XBUS8007)
Online theory—26 weeks from time of registration to complete (approximately 300 – 350 hours of learning)
Practical skills training—four weeks (160 hours)
PRACTICAL TRAINING SCHEDULE
May 4th to May 29th, 2020
Learners must be registered for the program by January 15th, 2020.
October 5th to October 30th, 2020
Not open for Registration.
$6,999.00 + GST
* The new Awareness and Operations courses are now using the IFSTA, Essentials of Firefighting and Fire Department Operations, 7th Edition.
- IFSTA, Essentials of Firefighting and Fire Department Operations, 6th Edition
- Emergency Response Guidebook, 2016 Edition
Textbooks can be purchased through the Alberta Fire Chief’s Association Bookstore prior to program start date.
Personal protective equipment (PPE) and bunker gear
PPE and bunker gear is needed for the NFPA 1001 Fire Training Program’s practical skills component. You can rent the equipment, and you will be notified of any additional fees needed for specialized equipment.
NFPA 1001—Standard for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications (High School Custom Program)
This course is provided in a blended delivery model; components include online theory as well as live theory review and hands-on practical skill training. The high school program hours are extended to allow for additional theory review and practical skills training. Practical skills training can be completed in local communities and prices may vary based on local approved training site costs. The tuition for this program ranges between $10,000 – $15,000.
If you are interested in offering this program in your community, contact Bronwyn Taylor, Business Development Officer for Fire & Public Safety for more information.
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