Class Schedule

The Seminole County Fire Training Center offers courses for fire, rescue, and hazardous materials response personnel.  All class content follows NFPA, OSHA, and Florida Division of State Fire Marshal guidelines and requirements.

We strive to deliver real-life scenarios using a variety of on-site training props and equipment.  Our instructors and staff take great pride in our facility, equipment, and the high quality of instruction provided to each course participant.  We look foward to seeing you here at Central Florida's premier Public Safety Training Center.

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This FCDICE-approved 40 hour course  will expand the student's knowledge of rigging rope rescue systems by exploring the physics of rescue systems, building individual components for advanced systems, and engineering complete systems for rescue scenarios. The course will cover advanced anchoring, artificial high directionals (AZ Vortex/Larkin Frame), off-sets and/or highlines, advanced litter rigging and usage, vector force analysis, risk assessments, size-up considerations, and system analysis. Class lecture and discussion will be complemented with equipment labs, rigging skill stations, constructing complete rescue systems, and patient packaging. Student competency is evaluated through direct instructor observation, informal analysis, informal question and answer sessions, team scenario performance, individual practical skills performance and a final written exam. All applicants must possess solid technical rescue skills, consistent with course prerequisites.


Prerequisite:  Rope Rescue Level II (Technician or equivalent) and Instructor Approval

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This is an NFPA 1670 compliant course, accredited through FCDICE.  Students will be performing technician level skills in simulated and actual confined spaces.

Prerequisite:  Rope Rescue (Operations Level) is preferred, but not mandatory.

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This FCDICE-approved course is based on the IAFF 160-hour Hazardous Materials Technician curriculum.  It will prepare participants to take the State of Florida Hazardous Materials Technician Certification Exam.  This is a 4-week course and attendance of all 20 days is required in order to receive a certificate.

Prerequisite:  Hazmat Operations Level

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This FCDICE-approved course will provide personnel with the skill, knowledge, and ability to perform rope rescue according to NFPA 1670 Operations Level and NFPA 1006 Level I.  This is a 5-day course and attendance of all five days is required in order to receive a certificate.

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This FCDICE-approved course will provide personnel with the skill, knowledge and ability to perform rope rescue according to NFPA 1670 Technician Level and NFPA 1006 Level II.  This is a 5-day course and attendance of all five days is required in order to receive a certificate.

Prerequisite:  Rope Rescue, Operations Level

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This forty-hour, technical rescue course teaches students how to perform organized, systematic rescues from a variety of towers including radio, microwave, electrical, transmission, water, and lighting structures.  Participants learn the procedures and systems required for stabilizing and lowering patients and have ample opportunity to use their skills and knowledge in simulated rescue situations.  All appropriate OSHA, NFPA and other applicable standards will be reviewed and implemented during this course.

Prerequisite:  NFPA 1670-compliant Rope Rescue Technician certification and Instructor approval.

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This course is designed to meet NFPA 1670 standards and NFPA 1006 Standard for Technical Rescue.  The course will address information from OSHA CFR title 1926. Subpart P and is a competency-based, hands-on program to meet or exceed the above standards.  Training will include pertinent information for safe, efficient use of trench and rescue equipment, as well as techniques for implementing trench equipment and rescues in a safe manner.

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This FCDICE-approved course is designed to meet the requirements for Vehicle and Machinery Rescue, Operations Level, according to NFPA 1670.  The course focuses primarily on vehicle extrication and would be beneficial to any personnel who may be assigned to a unit performing extrication duties.  This is a 5-day course and attendance of all five days is required in order to receive a certificate.

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This class meets the criteria for Vehicle & Machinery Rescue at the technician level, as defined by NFPA 1670, NFPA 1006 and FCDICE.

Prerequisite:  VMR, Operations Level

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