The OFPC outreach program consists of courses that are taught locally and regionally in county training facilities, firehouses and other suitable sites. County Fire Coordinators and municipal training officers designated by OFPC are responsible for scheduling the courses and students must register with them to enroll in an outreach course.
To find out the dates courses are being offered, contact your local County Fire Coordinator.
The faculty consists of fire service personnel trained annually by state fire instructors, municipal training officers, county fire instructors and OFPC Fire Protection Specialists.
Outreach Program listings can be viewed through the Learning Management System, and scheduled through County Fire Coordinators (below).
County Fire Coordinators
County Fire Coordinators and municipal training officers designated by OFPC are responsible for scheduling Outreach Program courses and students must register with them to enroll.
Contact your local County Fire Coordinator.
Attendance at state sponsored outreach training courses are restricted to personnel within the following categories:
- Career firefighters assigned by their fire department.
- Other career emergency service personnel as assigned by their agencies.
- Active volunteer firefighters who are covered under the Volunteer Firefighters Benefit Law (VFBL).
- Employees of related private and commercial organizations who have adequate worker's compensation.
Registration and Fees
There are no registration or material fees for Outreach Programs.