Each year, the CFFJAC helps California Fire Departments fund and deliver more than a million hours of training and education. In addition to local apprentice training, the CFFJAC actively seeks ways to develop flexible and effective training resources to meet the challenges facing California's fire service.
The CFFJAC training resources that are currently available are listed below. TCM is available free of charge, others are available for a modest fee. Select the subject area below to find out more ...
Every California firefighter now has access to both classroom and Web-based TCM training, all at no cost to fire agencies, thanks to the state anti-terrorism fund administered through CAL-EMA.
TCM training provides first responders information on how to recognize and respond to various CBRNE incidents. A 12-hour, instructor-led, classroom-based course provides the learning foundation for TCM knowledge and skills. Continuing education in an interactive, web-based format presents additional knowledge and promotes long term retention of response considerations.
The CFFJAC is pleased to announce the availability of “Fighting Wildfires,” the update to the popular "Introduction to I-Zone Firefighting" program.
CFFJAC took great care to crosswalk this program with the NWCG 310-1, the California State Fire Marshal Firefighter 1 certification and the California Incident Command Certification System (CICCS). The course also incorporates the most current tactics and terminology adopted by FIRESCOPE.
Click here for an outline of the course curriculum.