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BACK TO SCHOOL TIME – NFA ONLINE IS HERE!
While many of us are busy getting our children ready for another school year, it is important to remember to schedule time for training for ourselves! NFA Online offers FREE training at your fingertips 24 hours a day online! Courses are available in 11 different subject areas including Incident Management, Emergency Medical Services, Fire Prevention, Wildland Fire, and Information Management.
- Looking for an introduction to the National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS)? Check out our Q494 – NFIRS 5.0 Self Study course.
- Looking for a Leadership course? Check out our Q318 – Fire Service Supervision course.
- You may be familiar with the National Fire Academy’s (NFA) weekly issues of Coffee Break Training. Did you know that we have taken the weekly issues and compiled them into Volumes and offer each Volume as a stand-alone course? There are currently 10 Volumes of Coffee Break Training available for self study through NFA Online!
Added Benefit! Need Continuing Education Units (CEUs)? Successful completion of any NFA Online course will earn you CEUs ranging from 0.1 CEU to 1.5 CEUs. The NFA works with the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) to provide the CEUs.
Visit the NFA Online webpage at www.nfaonline.dhs.gov for more information on these and many other courses all available to you, right now, at no cost!
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