Fire fighters academy in the King County, Washington
50810 Grouse Ridge Rd, North Bend, WA 98045
The Washington State Fire Training Academy (FTA), located near North Bend, protects the citizens of Washington State through training, collaboration, and support of the fire service and other public safety professionals.
Recruit Academy Program
Weekday Recruit Academy
The weekday firefighting academy will provide comprehensive training in all aspects of basic firefighting skills. It is designed to prepare and train recruits to meet those skills established by fire departments as entry-level. Knowledge obtained from classroom instruction is transferred to fire-ground application during many hours of live fire training. This course meets all requirements for Firefighter 1 and 2 along with Hazardous Materials Awareness and Operations levels based on National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standard 1001, " Firefighter Professional Qualifications."
Weekend Recruit Academy
The Basic Firefighter 1 program provides comprehensive training in all aspects of basic firefighting skills. It is intended for those volunteer firefighters who wish to be trained to the NFPA Firefighter 1 and Hazardous Materials Awareness and Operations level and are unable to attend the 12-week program. Attendees will receive basic training in fire control, search and rescue, ladders, loss control, self-contained breathing apparatus, fire ground safety, tools, equipment and hazardous materials awareness and operations. This course meets all requirements for Firefighter 1 along with Hazardous Materials Awareness and Operations levels based on NFPA Standard 1001, "Firefighter Professional Qualifications."
Company Officer Development Program
Best place in the state, popular
State fire training facility, thousands have trained here, best place in the state, popular. WSF trains here, as well as many Seattle area Maritime schools. Seattle Maritime Academy students often go here for STCW Fire Basic Safety Training
Hundreds of students receive training every year
Hundreds of students receive invaluable training in fire suppression every year at this facility nestled in an incredibly scenic location.