Texas Fire Training is a San Antonio, Texas based fire training company. TFT is owned and operated by experienced Texas certified Firefighters at large respective municipal fire departments. We know how important education is within the fire service, but also know how hectic your schedule can become being that we have worked at some of the busiest firehouses in Texas. Texas Fire Training allows you to maintain your “shift work” schedule while obtaining certifications to further your career because the majority of our courses are online.

 The Texas Commission on Fire Protection has approved the training provided by Texas Fire Training. Students may participate in the Texas Commission on Fire Protection's examination process in order to obtain state certification and/or IFSAC seals for Driver Operator (pumper), Fire Instructor I and II, and Fire Officer I and II once all TFT course work is completed.

 Fire Officer III and VI, Incident Safety Officer and Wild land Firefighter Basic will be coming soon!

Description: 

The Fire and Emergency Services Officer I course lays the foundation for the company officer. The course meets and/or exceeds the job performance requirements for the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1021 and the Texas Commission on Fire Protection. By obtaining this certification you will become a stronger leader on the fire ground and in the fire station. The course highlights key points such as organizational skills, diversity in the work place, fire ground safety and Incident Command System.

Requirements:

The course covers 21 chapters of course material. The course material includes online power points, quizzes, tests, and chapter outlines. Weekly access to a computer with Microsoft Office is a must. This course requires one day of skills that will be conducted at your local agency or TBA. 

Description

The Fire and Emergency Services Officer II is designed for mid- level company officers such as senior officers and/or battalion chiefs. The course meets and/or exceeds the job performance requirements for the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1021 and the Texas Commission on Fire Protection. By obtaining this certification you will be able to manage several fire companies and will sharpen your ability to assume command and coordinate a successful emergency situation from start to finish. The course highlights key points such as human resource management, mutual aide with local and government agencies, and strategic planning. 

Requirements:

You must have completed the Fire Officer I course prior to enrolling. The course covers 11 chapters of course material. The course material includes online power points, quizzes, tests, and chapter outlines. Weekly access to a computer with Microsoft Office is a must. This course requires one day of skills that will be conducted at your local agency or TBA. 

DESCRIPTION

The Fire and Emergency Services Instructor I is an entry level course for the fire instructor. The course meets and/or exceeds the job performance requirements for the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1041 and the Texas Commission on Fire Protection. By obtaining this certification you will be able to work "live burns” at a TCFP recognized fire school/department and assist the lead fire instructor in teaching course material to students.

REQUIREMENTS

The course covers nine chapters of course material. The course material includes online power points, quizzes, tests, and chapter outlines. Weekly access to a computer with Microsoft Office is a must. This course requires one day of skills that will be conducted at your local agency or TBA. 

DESCRIPTION

The Fire Emergency Service and Emergency Services Instructor II is an intermediate level course for the fire instructor. The course meets and/or exceeds the job performance requirements for the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1041 and the Texas Commission on Fire Protection. By obtaining this certification you will be able to teach course material to students at a TCFP recognized fire school/department in its entirety.

REQUIREMENTS

You must have completed the Fire Instructor I course prior to enrolling. The course covers five chapters of course material. The course material includes online power points, quizzes, tests, and chapter outlines. Weekly access to a computer with Microsoft Office is a must. This course requires one day of skills that will be conducted at your local agency or TBA.

DESCRIPTION

The Driver Operator course is designed for fire department personnel to safely operate a pumper fire apparatus during an emergency situation. This course meets or/exceeds the job performance requirements for the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1002 and the Texas Commission on Fire Protection. By obtaining this certification you will strengthen your ability to safely and effectively pump on the fire ground. The course highlights key points such as fire apparatus maintenance/inspection, foam operations and driver safety maneuvers.

REQUIREMENTS

The course covers 16 chapters of course material. The course material includes online power points, quizzes, tests, and chapter outlines. Weekly access to a computer with Microsoft Office is a must. This course requires one day of skills that will be conducted at your local agency or TBA.