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Kansas Fire and Rescue Training Institute website

The Kansas Fire & Rescue Training Institute was created in 1949 by Kansas law to provide training for the Kansas Fire Service. An important part of KU Professional & Continuing Education, the Institute provides firefighter training, fire officer training, certification training and technical rescue training services through a “Mobile Fire Academy” concept. This concept accommodates local needs through training delivered anytime, anyplace, or anywhere in Kansas.

Continue to the Kansas Fire & Rescue Training Program homepage

Questions?

Contact Glenn Pribbenow, 913-897-9199, gprib@ku.edu

Current Course Listings - Fire and Rescue Training

   Anhydrous Ammonia Emergency Response
   Basic Fire Fighter Training (FF-1 Components)
   Basic Search and Rescue Techniques
   Chlorine Emergency Response
   Confined Space Rescue Levels I and II
   Decision Making for Initial Company Operations
   Driver/Operator: Aerial
   Driver/Operator: Pumper
   Driver/Operator: Pumper/Aerial
   Electric Vehicle Safety
   Ethanol: Response Considerations
   Exterior Fire Fighting
   Fire Fighter 1
   Fire Inspector 1
   Fire Officer 1
   Fire Service Instructor 1 - (Online Web-based Course - Part 1)
   Fire Service Instructor 1 - (Seminar - Part 2 Face to Face)
   Firefighter Skills Training
   Grain Engulfment Rescue
   Handling Propane Emergencies
   Hazardous Material On-Scene Commander
   Hazardous Materials Awareness
   Hazardous Materials Operations
   Incident Command System and Resource Management for the Fire Service
   Incident Safety Officer
   Kansas Flood and Water Rescue 1
   Leadership 1 for Fire and EMS: Strategies for Company Success
   Leadership 2 for Fire and EMS: Strategies for Personal Success
   Leadership 3 for Fire and EMS: Strategies for Supervisory Success
   SCBA Fit Testing
   Shaping the Future
   Vehicle Extrication

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