FIREFIGHTER TRAINING AT THE FLORIDA STATE FIRE COLLEGE
If you are looking for challenging and rewarding career that saves lives, then firefighting may be for you. The state firefighter certification program challenges students mentally, physically and emotionally in firefighter training combining classroom learning and hands-on instruction. All classes are held at the Florida State Fire College campus, in northwest Marion County on County Road 25A. Graduates have ample opportunities serve their communities and save lives as volunteer or professional firefighters.
538 hours, 13 weeks
TABE test required or qualifying SAT, ACT, or CPT test scores (must be within 2 years of date of entry into a class or AA Degree or higher will waive test scores). High School Diploma or GED. Submit a class request form with documentation of test scores or degree.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE FIREFIGHTING PROGRAM, PLEASE CALL (352) 369-2849 OR (352) 671-4132.