Cole County Chiefs Association Basic Fire Program

Yearly the Chiefs Association hosts a Mo Division of Fire Safety Basic Firefighter program. This program from the state is a 36 hour program with no live fire introduction. The Chiefs Association Training Team have added lots of extra elements like: live fire burns with Vehicle and Structural Firefighting.  We teach the National Institute for Emergency Managements Incident Command courses needed by all front line Firefighters in the field for compliance. We also include Natural Cover Firefighting, Emergency Vehicle Driving, Basic Pump Operations as well as the HazMat awareness Online class through MuFRTI. The class normaly starts in September and runs throught the first weekend in Nov.

To be a part of the next Basic Firefighting Class Follow these simple steps:

1. Join or be a part of the Missouri Fire Service - Do not have to be a memeber of a Cole County oganization

2. Register for your Fema Student ID number under that tab - under FEMA Student ID tab

3. Call or send an email to Alan Braun to register for the Basic Fire Program for that year - under training calender tab

4. Complete our Introduction Class to the Basic Class in Firerescue1academy.com

5. Complete NIMs 100, 700 & 200 by the start of the Basic class and submit the Certifacate in firerescue1academy.com

6. Complete HazMat Awarenss course and upload your certificate in firerescue1academy.com (needs to be completed by the end of the Basic class dates listed - under training calendar tab)

7. Complete all classes and skills with proficiantcy. Course completion certificates will be issued only when all tasks are completed and all documention has been supplied ot the lead instructor through firerescue1academy.com

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