CCCVFD Firefighters undergo extensive and continuous training,
with subjects ranging from medical, to fire, to automobile
extrication to hazardous materials awareness (HazMat). This
training totals 48 hours per year per firefighter. Training
usually takes place on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings.
The Wildland team trains the 4th Wednesday of each month focusing
on wildland and forest fire fighting techniques and safety.
They are required to train 12 hours per year per team member.
They are also required to perform a 3-mile hike with 45 lbs
in 45 minutes to remain on the team.
Coal Creek Canyon
Volunteer Fire Department Training Schedule
All Dates / Times / Topics are subject to change due to Instructor
availability and or weather issues
Download the latest training schedule (in PDF format.)
Annual Training Requirements
All Active Firefighters must complete, at a minimum, the following annual training hours and topics:
|Fire || 13 Hours|
|Station || 12 Hours|
|Medical || 12 Hours|
|Hazmat || 3 Hours|
|Wildland (RT130) ||8 Hours|
|AED || |
|Blood Borne Pathogens |
|Live Fire Evolution |
48 Hours Total|