TRAINING RESOURCES

PAST ACTIVITIES

*Conducted by 406 Fire Training: 

  • 12/2/18  Primary Search Training - Wise River, MT
  • 10/14/18  PPE/SCBA Training - Wise River, MT
  • 9/16/18 PPE/SCBA Training - Wise River, MT
  • 8/19/18  Engine Operations Training - Wise River, MT
  • 7/22/18 Engine Operations Training - Wise River, MT
  • 6/3/18  Auto Extrication Training - Wise River, MT
  • 4/23/18  Standards of Survival Training - Wise River, MT
  • 3/12/18  Primary Search Training - Wise River, MT
  • 2/12/18  Fire Attack-Smoke –Thermal Imaging Training - Wise River, MT
  • 12/13/17   Building Construction Training - Sheridan, MT
  • 11/13/17   Fire Behavior Training - Sheridan, MT
  • 10/16/17  Thermal Imaging Training - Wise River, MT
  • 8/28/17  Water supply-Tender Ops Training - Wise River, MT
  • 7/18/17  Standards of Survival-Shelter Deployment  Training - Wise River, MT
  • 6/5/17  Car Fire Training - Wise River, MT
  • 5/8/17  Station and Apparatus Inventory- Wise River, MT
  • 2/24/17  Initial Radio Reports Training - Wise River, MT

U.S. FIRE ADMINISTRATION: NATIONAL FIRE ACADEMY​​

The National Fire Academy (NFA) works to enhance the ability of fire and emergency services and allied professionals to deal more effectively with fire and related emergencies. Free training courses and programs are delivered at their campus in Emmitsburg, Maryland, online and throughout the nation. 

Visit their website here: https://www.usfa.fema.gov/training/nfa/index.html


NATIONAL FIRE ACADEMY VOLUNTEER INCENTIVE PROGRAM

The Volunteer Incentive Program (VIP) is a free, intensive six-day educational opportunity for volunteer and combination department emergency services personnel. Students have the opportunity to meet and exchange ideas and information with colleagues from across the country. 

Visit their website: https://www.usfa.fema.gov/training/nfa/programs/vip.html


NATIONAL VOLUNTEER FIRE COUNCIL

​The NVFC offers online courses and webinars as well as scholarship opportunities. 

Visit their website for information about available trainings and upcoming webinars:  http://www.nvfc.org/training/education/training/education 


MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY - MSU FIRE SERVICES TRAINING SCHOOL

The Fire Services Training School (FSTS) is the state level agency charged with providing professional development for community

fire and rescue services. For administrative purposes, the FSTS is attached to the Extension Service of Montana State University.


For information about their academy offerings, click here:  http://www.montana.edu/wwwfire/academies.html

For training information, visit their training link:   http://www.montana.edu/wwwfire/Training