- Red Card/Wildland certification
- Online courses & field day training
- February 1, 2020 – Registration opens
- Access to online courses after registration, all courses must be complete by field day
- April 4, 2020 – Mandatory field day
- Educated and prepared for the National Registry EMT examination (NREMT)
- Eligible for Washington State EMT certification
- Course length: 11 weeks (February 22-May 2)
- Tuesday/Thursday nights, Saturdays 8am-5pm
fire academy (Coming soon)
- IFSAC Firefighter 1 & 2 certification
- Hazardous Materials Operations
- EMT Class
- Incident Qualification
- Course length: 23 weeks
Informally known as a “Red Card”, this course allows individuals federal certification to work wildland fire incidents. Students have 10 weeks to complete an online course. Upon positive completion of the online course, students must complete a mandatory field day to successfully earn certification.
This intensive course is designed to prepare participants in all phases of pre-hospital emergency care. Participants will be educated and prepared for the National Registry EMT examination (NREMT) upon successful completion of the course and eligible for Washington State EMT certification once affiliated with a recognized Washington State BLS provider. Content includes lecture and hands-on practice in pre-hospital medication administration, trauma management, soft tissue injuries, environmental emergencies, lifting and moving patients, infectious disease education, emergency childbirth, and other topics.
Our Firefighter 1 & 2 Recruit Academy is a demanding twelve-week program that provides comprehensive training in all aspects of basic firefighting skills. Recruits will participate in approximately 105 hours of live fire training. A five to one, student to instructor ratio, is maintained for all live fire training. This hands-on course prepares and trains recruits to NFPA Fire Fighter 1, 2 and Hazardous Materials Operations* levels. Meeting hiring standards established by fire departments as entry-level firefighters. This course meets all requirements for Firefighter I & 2 certification, as identified in NFPA 1001, through the IFSAC process. Hazardous Materials Operations is a prerequisite of firefighter I certification. Incident Qualification training will also occur. The EMT Class is also included in the Fire Academy course. Course length is 23 weeks to include 665 instructional hours.