NFA on-campus training is made possible through a cost-sharing arrangement between the student/sponsoring organization and the NFA.
You or your organization pay for:
- Luggage fees.
- Meals/NETC meal ticket.
- Rental car.
- Salary and benefits of the student, and replacement personnel during the student's absence.
- Transportation from your home/organization to a local airport and back.
NFA pays for:
- All tuition, instruction and course materials.
- On-campus lodging (for U.S. students).
- Shuttle service between NETC and designated airports.
NFA will reimburse you for: (eligible students only)
- Airfare (or other ticketed means of transportation).
- Personal, department/organization and rental vehicle mileage.
Who is and isn't eligible for travel reimbursement?
|Individuals from||Travel reimbursement||No-cost lodging|
|State, local, tribal and territorial organizations.|
|Recognized volunteer organizations.|
|Active emergency management organizations.|
|State or local fire organizations.|
|Federal government agencies.|
|Companies or organizations that contract with federal, state or local government agencies, such as rural-metro departments.|
|State/National Weekend Program attendees.|
|Foreign organizations and non-U.S. citizens.|
We will reimburse you for one trip only, between Oct. 1 and Sept. 30. Executive Fire Officer students are allowed up to 3 travel reimbursement trips per year. If you want to attend another class at your own expense, please include a letter with your application stating that you understand that you will not receive travel reimbursement. Travel reimbursement is not available for weekend programs and 2-day pilot courses.
- Reimbursement questions? NETC Admissions Office
- 800-238-3358, ext. 1035