The U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) and our National Fire Academy (NFA) are working to advance the professional status and expand the knowledge and skills of fire and emergency services personnel. Our free training and education programs support fire departments and emergency services organizations in preparing for, preventing and responding to fires and other hazards.
|Oct. 15||Second semester application period opens|
|Dec. 15||Second semester application period closes|
|April 17-19, 2020||Executive Fire Officer Program Symposium|
USFA is working with state and local providers of training, education and certification to integrate these activities and enhance the overall professional development of the fire and emergency services. Read about our work to integrate training, education, experience and certification.
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What is an All-Hazard Incident Management Team (AHIMT)? Who needs to have an AHIMT? What assistance does USFA offer in developing a Type 3 AHIMT? Find out about AHIMTs and how USFA can help with training.
Participants will learn fast, free strategies to use information created from fire data. The application of data-driven decisions can improve resources, call loads, educational messages and much more.