FIRE INSPECTORS

Educational Resources Tailored to You

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MEMBERS: $20, you will need to log in to the member portal to register.  If you have trouble logging in, please contact Thomas Raper at traper@hickorync.gov for assistance.

NON-MEMBERS: $45 and includes a 1-year NCFMA membership.  To complete the process, follow the links for a non-member registration and complete all fields.  Contact Thomas Raper at traper@hickorync.gov for assistance.

 

Energy Storage Systems (Greensboro)

October 19: 9a-12p

https://ncfma.wildapricot.org/event-4937271

 

Energy Storage Systems (Wake Forest)

October 20: 9a-12p

https://ncfma.wildapricot.org/event-4937285

 

Electricity & The Fire Inspector (Boone)

November 3: 8:30a-11:30a

https://ncfma.wildapricot.org/event-4956943

 

CO2 Detection (Chatham County)

November 8: 9a-12p

https://ncfma.wildapricot.org/event-4937546

 

Hot Topics & Emerging Issues (Rocky Mount)

November 15: 9a-4p

https://ncfma.wildapricot.org/event-4937559

 

Hot Topics & Emerging Issues (Fayetteville)

November 22: 9a-4p

https://ncfma.wildapricot.org/event-4937565

 

Hot Topics & Emerging Issues (Conover)

November 29: 9a-4p

https://ncfma.wildapricot.org/event-4937576

 

Hot Topics & Emerging Issues (Charlotte)

November 30: 9a-4p

https://ncfma.wildapricot.org/event-4937581

Underwriters Laboratory Fire Alarm Class (Wilson)

October 27, 2022: 8:30a-12:00p

https://ncfma.wildapricot.org/event-4980383

Wildland Firefighter Training (No Cost)

Free Scenario-Based Interactive Training Opportunity.

 

With the funding from the AFG program, and in partnership with USFS, CalFire, and the Los Angeles County Fire Department, NYU Fire Research Group has developed a new 3 module, scenario-based interactive training for Wildland firefighters. 

 

  • The first module presents a wildland fire behavior review followed by training on formulating your incident size-up and delivering a report on conditions.

  • The second module presents training on development of the incident action plan, staffing considerations and delivery of the operational safety briefing.

  • The third module is a series of interactive wildfire scenarios.

  • This training is created using a learning methodology called ALIVE developed by NYU researchers collaboration with fire departments from New York, Chicago, and Bloomington (MN).

 

All training modules are free for all Firefighters and fire departments. Access these (and other) training modules by clicking the button below.

NCOSFM Continuing Education/Instructor Information