Fire Fighter Training

Code 3 Medical Services offers a full array of accredited fire fighter training that meets or exceeds the minimum requirements of the NFPA and IFSTA. At Code 3 Medical Services, we are comprised of active and retired first responders and understand that updated and realistic training is imperative to the success of response crews to operate at their full potential. Most training now days consists of clicking a mouse instead of updated and relevant hands on training to understand the true what, why’s and when of meeting the demands of today’s fire fighting profession. Theory does not always equate to success in the real world and the staff at Code 3 Medical Services understands the importance of reality based training backed by decades of first hand experience. How can we make your fire fighters better at saving lives? Contact us today to find out why fortune 500 companies, DoD, and municipalities rely on Code 3 Medical Services to train their first responders and emergency response teams.

Available courses:

  • Emergency Vehicle Operation Course
  • Search & Rescue
  • Rapid Intervention Crew (RIC)
  • Forcible Entry
  • Incident Command System (ICS)
  • Hazmat
  • Urban Search & Rescue (USAR)
  • Pumping & Aerial Apparatus Driver
  • Pumping Hydraulics
  • Vehicle Extrication
  • Hose Lays & Deployment
  • Ventilation Techniques
  • High Angle Rope Rescue
  • Confined Space Rescue
  • Trench Rescue
  • Swift Water & Water Rescue
  • Plus other custom classes available upon request

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Time: 16-24 Hrs

PreRequisite: None

In this course vehicle operators will become familiar with terminology and liability issues that relate to the operation of a motor vehicle in an emergency capacity. The course includes hands-on driving exercises that will enhance an individual’s ability to operate a vehicle during an emergency situation. Participants will learn and demonstrate their individual vehicle control and performance limitations as well as establish a proper routine maintenance program for emergency apparatuses. (Class incorporates various NFPA recommendations and guidelines such as NFPA 1500, Standard on Fire Department Occupational Safety and Health Program, suggests that departments follow the guidelines in NFPA 1451, Standard for a Fire and Emergency Service Vehicle Operations Training Program, and NFPA 1002, Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications.)

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