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District of Columbia Firefighter and Emergency Services Training Summary

The District of Columbia Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department (FEMS) is an all-hazards agency providing emergency medical care and transportation (EMS), fire suppression, fire prevention, hazardous material response, and technical rescue services to residents and visitors in the District of Columbia. FEMS resources are deployed from 33 neighborhood fire stations and include 37 EMS transport units, 33 engine companies, 16 ladder trucks, three heavy-rescue squads, one hazardous materials unit, and one fire boat company. 17 of these transport units and 19 of these engine companies are staffed by paramedics providing advanced life support (ALS) care. FEMS responds to over 150,000 incidents a year, an average of 421 a day.
Per the IFSAC website, the Department of Fire and Emergency Medical Services has many accredited disciplines including:
Driver operator (aerial, ARFF, pumper, and tiller), EMS hazardous materials, fire fighter I and fire fighter II, fire officer I and fire officer II, fire instructor I and II, fire safety officer, and hazardous materials (awareness, operations, and technician levels).
Employment Opportunities in D.C.-Learn about opportunities on becoming a dual role Firefighter/EMT or a Paramedic/Firefighter. You can also learn about other positions with DC fire/EMS.
If you decide to take the big step and get accepted by FEMS you can expect twelve weeks of fire training consisting of Fire Fighter I and Fire Fighter II certification. There are six written exams and six practical evolutions during this period each requiring a passing score of 75%. As stated above there are many other disciplines/courses that FEMS offers. To help yourself prepare for that passing score, be sure to look very hard at the Fire Fighter Exam sample questions for examples of test questions. This site is a very excellent study guide based off of NFPA 1001. Passing your firefighter test will be the most important step in your life.
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Fire & Emergency Medical Services Dept. Government of the District of Columbia

1923 Vermont Ave NW Suite 201

Washington D.C. 20001

Email: fems@dc.gov

Phone: 202-673-3331

Fax: 202-673-3188

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