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Request for information regarding possible Fire 1 classes in the New Haven area

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  • Request for information regarding possible Fire 1 classes in the New Haven area

    Hello all,

    I am a freshman at the University Of Connecticut and I have been a member of the volunteer FD association in my hometown for several months. I am planning to take a Fire 1 class this summer, but the only center I know of that is definitely doing it over the summer is Valley Fire Chiefs Regional Fire School. Does anyone know of other centers in/close to the New Haven area which are definitely running Fire 1 over the summer? If I cannot find more places which are running it over the summer, I may just try to join a class near UCONN during Spring semester, as there are many more classes being run in Spring than in Summer and thus my chances of getting into a class would be higher.

    I appreciate any knowledge or advice you have on the matter.

  • LaFireEducator
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    http://www.ct.gov/cfpc/site/default.asp

    CT Commission on Fire Prevention & Control - Apparently the fire service training agency for the state.

    See Regional Fire Training Schools on the Home Page.

    All of this took less than 1 minute to find on a Google search.

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  • tree68
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    Check with the state fire marshals (or equivalent). They usually have a handle on upcoming training.

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