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Youth Fire Intervention Training

Youth Fire Intervention Specialist

Photo of a training class. This two-day National Fire Academy accredited course provides an overview of NFPA 1035.

Participants will learn about what our youth fire problem is, who sets fires and why, primary prevention, identification and intake, and interviewing and intervention strategies.


Upon completion, students will be able to conduct a youth fire assessment using prepared forms and understand when and how a referral to mental health is made.

You can register for the training on our website.

Youth Fire Intervention Program Manager

This two-day National Fire Academy accredited course is designed for the person who is or will be leading a youth fire intervention program.

Topics covered include program development and evaluation, coalition building, community awareness, budget & funding, data collection and record keeping.

Prerequisite:
Youth Fire Intervention Specialist.

You can register for the training on our website.

Statewide training and events calendar

The Minnesota Board of Firefighter Training and Education has a detailed training and events calendar. Check it out for the latest opportunities.