Tuesday, August 3, 2021

Accepting Applications for Courses 2021-2022. U.S. Fire Admin National Fire Academy


Student Recruitment

National Fire Academy Resident Course Vacancies

NFA Training News | Aug. 3, 2021

The U.S. Fire Administration's National Fire Academy is accepting applications for multiple recently added resident deliveries and 1st semester resident course vacancies.

Newly Added Resident Deliveries Include:

·        R0147 - EMS Incident Operations

·        R0150 - Management of EMS

·        R0154 - Safety Program Operations

·        R0200 - Leadership Strategies for Community Risk Reduction

·        R0254 - Special Operations Program Management

·        R0297 - Command and Control Decision-Making at Multiple Alarm Incidents

·        R0308 - Command and Control of Fire Department Operations at Natural and Man-Made Disasters

·        R0312 - Command and Control of Incident Operations

·        R0314 - Command and Control of Fire Department Operations at Target Hazards

·        R0335 - Administration of Public Assistance for Community Recovery

·        R0378 - Demonstrating Your Community Risk Reduction Program's Worth

·        R0390 - Fire Inspection Principles 1

·        R0393 - Fire and Life Safety Plan Review

·        R0445 - Fire and Emergency Services Training Program Management

·        R0491 - National Fire Incident Reporting System: Program Management

·        R0492 - Emergency Resource Deployment Planning (SOC)

·        R0629 - Youth Firesetting Prevention and Intervention

·        R0645 - Leadership and Supervision

·        R0655 - Advanced Science of Hazardous Materials / WMD Incidents

·        R0763 - New Executive Chief Officer

Click here for a complete list of the resident courses with vacancies and delivery dates scheduled between October 2021 through March 2022.

How to Apply:

·        Students must apply using the electronic application form available on the NETC Online Admissions Application website 

·        Block 3: Student Identification (SID) Number: If you do not already have a FEMA SID, please follow the directions at https://cdp.dhs.gov/femasid

·        All applications require electronic approval from the head of your sponsoring organization.

·        Applicants should not make plans to participate in this course until you have been notified in writing by the Admissions Office. (Please add NETC-AdmissNotifications@fema.dhs.gov to your “safe senders” list to ensure you receive notifications pertaining to your application.

·        For help completing your application, contact our Admissions Office, Monday – Friday between 7 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. ET, at 800-238-3358, ext. 1035 or by email at netcadmissions@fema.dhs.gov

Due to high demand, course vacancies can quickly fill. If interested, apply as soon as you can!

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