I'm looking for some information on other departments that have a senior or master firefighter program. What I actually need is the criteria that your department uses to promote from ff2 to a senior or master ff. such as time or tenure as well as any other types of tests that may be administered. any information will be of use
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01-24-2001, 07:58 PM #1KLM$Firehouse.com Guest
01-25-2001, 04:49 PM #2SkidzFirehouse.com Guest
This is a very quick overview of what you must do to get promoted to Master Firefighter.
First, you must have a minimum of 4 years in the service, rookie year, two as a FF2, and one as a FF3. Second you must successfully pass a promotional test. Which is given only in the Fall of Even Numbered Years. Next, you must become a driver on at least two major pieces of fire apparatus. Along with these items you must also continue you education and have a handful of classes to make you eligible to take the test. That is pretty much it in a nutshell.
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