All classes are designed to meet the requirements of the NC Fire and Rescue Commission for certification as a firefighter or technical rescuer. The student must have a high school diploma or GED and must be 18 years of age in order to be certified by the State of North Carolina. Classes are registered separately, so you may take one or more classes as needed. Students must attend 80% of scheduled class hours to test for certification. Testing includes a written test and hands on practical. Passing score of 70% for both is required. Students must complete a certification application to the North Carolina Fire and Rescue Commission to become certified as a firefighter or technical rescuer. This one page document is available on the OSFM website or at the training center. It may be submitted by email, fax or the postal service. It is the student’s responsibility to submit their request for certification.
Classes are held at the Emergency Services Training Center and at various fire and rescue departments in Robeson County. Please check the link for Robeson County Department classes for a listing of classes scheduled at various locations throughout the county.
All classes at the training center begin at 9 AM daily. Note start times for various classes being conducted at local departments.
Please call 910-738-7128 ext. 2 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to pre-register for fire education or rescue classes. If the a class is cancelled or postponed, we make every attempt to notify the student. Please be sure your contact information is correct when you pre-register.
Specialty classes fill up quickly, so please be sure you pre-register promptly. Some specialty classes may require an additional fee.