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    Default Training Requirments

    Do any of you guys or gals know of a web site that would show basic information on training requirments for topics such as; FFI, FFII, RIT, Pump Operator, Vehicle Resuce, Rope Tech etc. I am looking for something that would show general information on hours of classroom and subject info to be certified.

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    Yep, go to Download Drills on Firehouse.com. You will see it under training. Alot of good stuff there.

    Good luck!

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    I agree with Jab....I saw a lot of good drills and stuff on the firehouse site training section...I gave the site to our training officer and he's used a lot of stuff from that section during training nights...All our members seemed to think they benefitted from what they got out of it

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    for the FFI FFII and FAO try www.mfscb.org they have alot of the certification requirements at least for MN, and may give you some leads for drills there examples of practicle exams that are good for reviewing the basics. also the texts they list are good to get and go through.

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