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Fire Standards Training


Train to be a Firefighter

This program prepares students with the fundamental knowledge and skills necessary to safely and dependably perform fire/rescue training duties during emergency and non-emergency response situations. Students learn the tasks, duties, and responsibilities of a firefighter in accordance with NFPA Standard 1001 and Florida State Statute 633. This program is a contiguous program, in which Firefighter I and Firefighter II are offered in a series. Students desiring to obtain a State of Florida Certificate of Compliance (Firefighter II) must successfully complete the series (398 contiguous hours). They may then participate in the written and practical examinations administered by the state. This certification is required for employment as a firefighter. Job titles: Volunteer Firefighter, Career Firefighter.

The Firefighter program is certified through the Florida State Fire College.

Firefighter classes begin in January and August of each year. To be put on the mailing list please call Teresa Campbell at 386-506-4203 or you can email her by using the link below.

Special Admission Requirements:

For more information, please contact Teresa Campbell
Email: campbet@daytonastate.edu
Phone: (386) 506-4203

Last Updated: 9/27/13