Florida State Fire Classes
Florida Fire Instructor
The Florida Fire Instructor program is designed to prepare firefighters to be instructors and trainers. Fire Instructor candidates must have at least six years of experience as a regular member of an organized fire department.
The Florida Bureau of Fire Standards & Training offers three levels of Fire Instructor certification. Ricky Rescue offers the classes required for Fire Instructor levels I, II, and III. Classes may be taken individually or as part of the bundled Fire Instructor I, II, and III Series. (Note: Candidates for Fire Instructor II must hold an Associate’s Degree, and Candidates for Fire Instructor III must hold a Bachelor's Degree.)
Fire Instructor Series
- Fire Service Course Delivery (Online)
- Fire Service Course Design (Online)
1740 Fire Service Course Delivery45 Hour E-Learning (Online) Fire Service Course satisfies part of the Florida pre-certification requirements for Fire Officer 1 and Fire Instructor. Required textbook (Not included):ISBN: 978-0-87939-696-1IFSTA Fire and Emergency Services Instructor (9th Edition)
Continuing Education: Florida Fire Instructor and Fire Inspector certificate renewal
2741 Fire Service Course Design45 Hour E-Learning Course (Online)Fire Service Course Design satisfies part of the Florida pre-certification requirements for Fire Officer 2 and Fire Instructor 2. Required textbook (Not included):ISBN: 978-0-87939-696-1 IFSTA Fire and Emergency Services Instructor (9th Edition) Continuing Education: Florida State Fire Instructor and Fire Inspector certificate renewal.
16701 Florida Training Manager24 Hour E-Learning (Online)Florida Training Manager satisfies part of the Florida State Fire pre-certification requirements for Fire Instructor 3.
Required textbook (None)Continuing Education: Florida Fire Instructor certificate renewal
When completing an online or blended class through Ricky Rescue Training Academy, you will be held completely responsible for your own achievements. You must ensure that you work consistently and diligently to complete the coursework and related requirements in order to move forward. These open enrollment courses allow you to pace yourself, but will require sufficient self-discipline to keep up to date with the workload. Therefore, it is your responsibility to set aside the time required to complete the various units of these courses.