Seattle’s Leader in EMT / NREMT and Incident Qualification Red Card Classes
We are so excited to announce after running the non-profit company, FITE, and working with high school students that desired more information about firefighting and EMS, FIRE Tech was started to give the public an alternative route to training and certification for public service. We have a passion for veterans and it is our goal to open this up to the hard-working men and women that have served our country. When you are ready to become an EMT in Seattle, Fire Tech is ready for you.
Celebrating 22 years of dedication and education, Fire Tech Academy is a leader in providing outstanding training in emergency care. Each year we train more than 1,500 students all over Washington State. Students in the program are exposed to the best of the best!
Fire Tech Academy offers a hands-on teaching environment and personalized instruction from leaders in trauma and critical care and Fire Fighting. This is the place to be folks you want to your EMT Class, NREMT Certification or Red Card, Incident Qualification.
In addition to offering training and continuing education for medical professionals, the Fire Tech Academy also believes in focusing on the community by creating content that you can access right here to better understand the EMS system and CPR.
If you are looking for a personal experience, with hands-on training. We are super excited to offer it! Classes are ongoing and easy to sign up for. If you are ready to get started and want more information about upcoming classes just sign up here and you will be notified, OR sign up here for the next upcoming class!
“I was expecting to just get in and get out, learn what I needed to learn and move on to the next step in my career. I had no idea I was getting inside tips on becoming a firefighter. I was getting taught by firefighters not college professors. If you want to be a firefighther – this is the first step – you won’t regret it.”Tilly Goble – EMT Student Class 2019-2020
Learn more about King County and its standards in EMS. There is a reason they are they set the bar.