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Course Catalog and Schedule

ARFF 40 Hour Basic Class

The ARFF 50 Hour Basic Class covers all eleven Federal Aviation Administration essential topics for ARFF certification. Approximately 20 hours of the course is in the classroom and 20 hours is live fire training.

Students have the opportunity to conduct truck operations, hand line operations and Incident Command functions, within four days of live fire training.

Students also have hands-on aircraft and airfield familiarization training. This includes cabin door operation, engine components, auxiliary power unit location and function, emergency fuel and electrical shut offs, aircraft fuel characteristics, and airfield marking interpretation.

Course Outline and Description

Rates

  • All inclusive class price $1995.00*
  • IFSAC Certification $100.00

Basic ARFF Course Dates

February 5-8, 2018
April 16-19, 2018
June 18-21, 2018
August 20-23, 2018
October 15-18, 2018
December 10-13, 2018

Classes begin Monday morning and finish Thursday afternoon.

We also offer the IFSAC certification upon request. Testing is completed on the Friday following each Basic and Advanced ARFF Course. IFSAC ARFF Certification is offered through the Utah Fire and REscur Academy with testing provided by the Salt Lake City ARFF Training Center.

 

Advanced ARFF Training 

August 6-9, 2018

The advanced ARFF class is designed for students previously ARFF certified and has a strong emphasis on Incident Command and Advanced ARFF concepts. Students will receive ARFF Certification and IFSAC ARFF Certification testing is available.
 

Rates

  • All inclusive class price $1,995.00*
  • IFSAC Certification $100.00

Natalee.Tueller@slcgov.com

Phone: (801) 531-4520
FAX: (801) 531-4514

IFSAC ARFF Certification is offered through the Utah Fire and Rescue Academy with testing provided by the Salt Lake City ARFF Training Center.

 

FAA 139 Recertification Live Burn Training 

The curriculum for approximately eight hours is flexible, assuring that all FAA requirements are met, yet allowing for local protocols, P&Ps, SOGs and SOPs to be exercised. Scenarios can be customized to mimic potential incidents at your facility. Communication skills are also developed with each scenario.

This class provides a multitude of training opportunities for our students.

Rates

  • All inclusive class price $990.00*

We run live burn recertification classes year round. The scheduling is flexible. We'll gladly run the class over two days, starting in the afternoon and finishing the following morning. Alternatively, the entire class can be completed in the same day.

Whichever format best suits your travel requirements, you'll find this class to be very accommodating.

Contact us for available times.

IFSAC Testing 

In order to receive IFSAC (International Fire Service Accreditation Congress) certification for Airport Firefighter, a student must complete the following:

  • Pass the Utah certification written and skills exams
  • Submit proof of prerequisites (accredited IFSAC or ProBoard certification) to the Utah Fire and Rescue Academy
    • Firefighter 1
    • Firefighter 2
  • Have department chief of training officer complete the Certification-Recertification Request Form and submit to Utah Fire and Rescue Academy
  • Pay $60 fee for out-of-state certification to the Utah Fire and Rescue Academy

Forms can be returned by mail, email or fax using the contact information below:

Utah Fire and Rescue Academy
Attention: Certification
3131 Mike Jense Parkway
Provo, UT 84601
Email: ufracertification@uvu.edu
Fax: 801-374-0681
Phone: 801-863-7746

IFSAC Testing Dates

February 9, 2018
April 20, 2018
June 22, 2018
August 10, 2018
August 24, 2018
October 19, 2018
December 14, 2018