Professional Training

Training for Fire Professionals
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Training for Fire Professionals

Our goal for our Professional Training programs is to keep firefighters safe, train for mastery, and serve our customers with programs that meet annual OSHA, ISO, NFPA, and local training requirements.

5125 West Camino de Fuego
Tucson, AZ 85743

Information on our featured courses

Information on our training philosophy

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Fee Schedule

Fee schedule for Training Facilities and Props

Featured Courses

  • NFPA 3000 (PS)
    NFPA 3000™(PS)Standard for an Active Shooter/Hostile Event Response (ASHER) Program This presentation will provide a review of the NFPA 3000™(PS). Discussion session at the end of the presentation.It offers critical information for law enforcement, first responders, emergency personnel, dispatch centers, school administrators, facility managers, hospital officials, community members, and others to have the information they need to be prepared when attacks happen.This course takes place December 12, 2018 from...
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Training Philosophy

We believe that the best training is: hands-on, realistic, safe, stressful, planned, documented, reaches all learning styles, leads to changes in behavior, leads toward mastery, includes good evaluation, is sequential, relates to our mission, is fun and meaningful, inspires, and is collaborative.

Our “Training Pillars” are:

  • Focus on basic hands-on firefighting skills, using multiple repetitions under realistic and stressful training sessions.
  • Focus on prop-dependent, high-risk, low-frequency training evolutions.
  • Use a variety of teaching and instructional techniques and multiple learning platforms to meet diverse learning styles.
  • Use lesson plans with clearly defined objectives that reinforce existing SOPs and are standards-based. Include an after action review in each lesson plan.
  • Seek and establish training relationships with neighboring fire departments, public safety agencies, and colleges.
  • Decentralize training as much as possible.
  • Provide high-fidelity tactical simulations as much as possible.

NWFD Training Center

Northwest Fire District Training Center
5125 West Camino de Fuego
Tucson, AZ 85743

NWFD Training Center

NWFD Training Center