WARREN COUNTY

FIRE & RESCUE SERVICES

Upcoming events

    • 11 Jul 2017
    • 18:30 - 20:00
    • Fire & Rescue Training & Continuing Education Center - ESA Lane, Classroom #1

    The New Volunteer Orientation Program was developed by the Recruitment and Retention Committee of WCFR to highlight the need for volunteers in Fire and EMS Services.  This program will provide an overview of the entire Department of Fire and Rescue Services and will discuss the challenges the new volunteer will face through the training process, emergency response and continued involvement in the volunteer service.  The "new" volunteer will learn from his/her peer's new and innovative ways to overcome the challenges that often result in the loss of a volunteer firefighter or EMT.

    During the course, the new volunteer will learn the training progression of Fire, EMS, and Driver certifications and the requirements and commitments of each.

    July meeting moved to 2nd Tuesday due to the holiday.

    Following attendance to this course, the perspective volunteer will receive their training identification number, accountability tags, and photo identification after being voted into membership.

    Prerequisites:  None

    Cost:  None

    Registration:  No pre-registration required.

    Orientation is offered Monthly on the First Tuesday of Each Month at 18:30 hrs

    • 26 Jul 2017
    • 26 Aug 2017
    • Warren County Fire/Rescue Training Center - ESA Lane, Classroom 1
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    This 72 hour course involves detailed instruction on the operation, maintenance, and design of pumping fire apparatus.  Modules include: Water Supplies and Sources for Fire Fighting; Fire Pump Theory, Operating Fire Pumps, Fire Service Hydraulics, and Driving Emergency Vehicle Operations.  The content of this program is based on the most current edition of the NFPA 1002 Standard and meets the training requirements of the WCFR Driver/Operator Training and Release Manual.

    Classes will vary between Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays (see Schedule).

    Prerequisites:  Firefighter Level I (new) or Firefighter Level II (old), students are encouraged to have some basic knowledge of the operation of fire apparatus.  Students must be EVOC certified (minimum of S-3). This course is Pro Board certified.    

    Departments that sponsor students will be required to supply apparatus for practical sessions.

    Training Registration Forms are to be submitted online at: http://www.warrencountyfire.com.      

    Registration Deadline is July 14th at close of business.  A minimum of 10 students is required for the program, a maximum of 16.

    Contact:  Captain Gerry Maiatico - gmaiatic@warrencountyfire.com

       

     

    • 01 Aug 2017
    • 18:30 - 20:00
    • Fire & Rescue Training & Continuing Education Center - ESA Lane, Classroom #1

    The New Volunteer Orientation Program was developed by the Recruitment and Retention Committee of WCFR to highlight the need for volunteers in Fire and EMS Services.  This program will provide an overview of the entire Department of Fire and Rescue Services and will discuss the challenges the new volunteer will face through the training process, emergency response and continued involvement in the volunteer service.  The "new" volunteer will learn from his/her peer's new and innovative ways to overcome the challenges that often result in the loss of a volunteer firefighter or EMT.

    During the course, the new volunteer will learn the training progression of Fire, EMS, and Driver certifications and the requirements and commitments of each.

    Following attendance to this course, the perspective volunteer will receive their training identification number, accountability tags, and photo identification after being voted into membership.

    Prerequisites:  None

    Cost:  None

    Registration:  No pre-registration required.

    Orientation is offered Monthly on the First Tuesday of Each Month at 18:30 hrs

    • 10 Aug 2017
    • 21 Sep 2017
    • Warren County Public Safety Bldg., 200 Skyline Vista Drive

    The Citizens Fire Academy (CFA) is a FREE - at no cost to you seven-week program targeted toward adults in Front Royal/Warren County.  Academy participants will receive an insider’s view of the Warren County Department of Fire and Rescue Services. Each night, CFA participants will learn about a different aspect of the Fire and Rescue Department ranging from emergency medical services and fire suppression to becoming a trained volunteer or career firefighter. Each participant will gain an understanding on the requirements in becoming an emergency responder in our community, receive hands on experience in emergency operations and receive valuable fire and life safety information to protect their family and home.

    The CFA will meet one evening a week (Thursdays) for three hours per session (6:00 - 9:00 p.m.) for a total of 21 hours.  During this time, each participant will receive training as outlined below, each day a new topic will be discussed and each participant will perform a series of exciting hands-on activities taught by the experienced men and women of Warren County Department of Fire and Rescue.

    For more information contact our Fire Administration Office at (540) 636-3830.

    Minimum Requirements:  Must be at least 18 years of age; live or work in Front Royal/Warren County; pass a Professional Background Investigation; must attend at least 15 hours of this program.

    ***This is not a firefighter certification course***

    • 15 Aug 2017
    • 18:30 - 22:30
    • Fire & Rescue Training and Continuing Education Center - ESA Lane

    The American Heart Association Healthcare Provider course teaches students to recognize the signs and symptoms of heart attacks, strokes, and how to perform CPR for adults, infants, and children.  It also places emphasis on FBAO removal and AED usage.  This course will entail the new 2010 standards which include CAB instead of ABC.

    Prerequisites:  **Must be Affiliated with a County of Warren Public Safety Organization - OR Approved by Fire Administration ** 

    Cost:  None

    WCFR Contact Info: Captain Maiatico - gmaiatico@warrencountyfire.com

    This course is provided on the Third Tuesday of Every Other Month.

    • 05 Sep 2017
    • 18:30 - 20:00
    • Fire & Rescue Training & Continuing Education Center - ESA Lane, Classroom #1

    The New Volunteer Orientation Program was developed by the Recruitment and Retention Committee of WCFR to highlight the need for volunteers in Fire and EMS Services.  This program will provide an overview of the entire Department of Fire and Rescue Services and will discuss the challenges the new volunteer will face through the training process, emergency response and continued involvement in the volunteer service.  The "new" volunteer will learn from his/her peer's new and innovative ways to overcome the challenges that often result in the loss of a volunteer firefighter or EMT.

    During the course, the new volunteer will learn the training progression of Fire, EMS, and Driver certifications and the requirements and commitments of each.

    Following attendance to this course, the perspective volunteer will receive their training identification number, accountability tags, and photo identification after being voted into membership.

    Prerequisites:  None

    Cost:  None

    Registration:  No pre-registration required.

    Orientation is offered Monthly on the First Tuesday of Each Month at 18:30 hrs

    • 03 Oct 2017
    • 18:30 - 20:00
    • Fire & Rescue Training & Continuing Education Center - ESA Lane, Classroom #1

    The New Volunteer Orientation Program was developed by the Recruitment and Retention Committee of WCFR to highlight the need for volunteers in Fire and EMS Services.  This program will provide an overview of the entire Department of Fire and Rescue Services and will discuss the challenges the new volunteer will face through the training process, emergency response and continued involvement in the volunteer service.  The "new" volunteer will learn from his/her peer's new and innovative ways to overcome the challenges that often result in the loss of a volunteer firefighter or EMT.

    During the course, the new volunteer will learn the training progression of Fire, EMS, and Driver certifications and the requirements and commitments of each.

    Following attendance to this course, the perspective volunteer will receive their training identification number, accountability tags, and photo identification after being voted into membership.

    Prerequisites:  None

    Cost:  None

    Registration:  No pre-registration required.

    Orientation is offered Monthly on the First Tuesday of Each Month at 18:30 hrs

    • 07 Nov 2017
    • 18:30 - 20:00
    • Fire & Rescue Training & Continuing Education Center - ESA Lane, Classroom #1

    The New Volunteer Orientation Program was developed by the Recruitment and Retention Committee of WCFR to highlight the need for volunteers in Fire and EMS Services.  This program will provide an overview of the entire Department of Fire and Rescue Services and will discuss the challenges the new volunteer will face through the training process, emergency response and continued involvement in the volunteer service.  The "new" volunteer will learn from his/her peer's new and innovative ways to overcome the challenges that often result in the loss of a volunteer firefighter or EMT.

    During the course, the new volunteer will learn the training progression of Fire, EMS, and Driver certifications and the requirements and commitments of each.

    Following attendance to this course, the perspective volunteer will receive their training identification number, accountability tags, and photo identification after being voted into membership.

    Prerequisites:  None

    Cost:  None

    Registration:  No pre-registration required.

    Orientation is offered Monthly on the First Tuesday of Each Month at 18:30 hrs

    • 05 Dec 2017
    • 18:30 - 20:00
    • Fire & Rescue Training & Continuing Education Center - ESA Lane, Classroom #1

    The New Volunteer Orientation Program was developed by the Recruitment and Retention Committee of WCFR to highlight the need for volunteers in Fire and EMS Services.  This program will provide an overview of the entire Department of Fire and Rescue Services and will discuss the challenges the new volunteer will face through the training process, emergency response and continued involvement in the volunteer service.  The "new" volunteer will learn from his/her peer's new and innovative ways to overcome the challenges that often result in the loss of a volunteer firefighter or EMT.

    During the course, the new volunteer will learn the training progression of Fire, EMS, and Driver certifications and the requirements and commitments of each.

    Following attendance to this course, the perspective volunteer will receive their training identification number, accountability tags, and photo identification after being voted into membership.

    Prerequisites:  None

    Cost:  None

    Registration:  No pre-registration required.

    Orientation is offered Monthly on the First Tuesday of Each Month at 18:30 hrs

 Warren County Fire & Rescue Services

200 Skyline Vista Drive, Suite 200

Front Royal, VA  22630

540-636-3830

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