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Preparation for Fire Department Entrance Exams in Nevada

Nevada Department of Public Safety Fire Service Training Bureau -This bureau is responsible for the establishment of training standards, performance measures and certification programs statewide to develop competent, safe and effective fire service personnel.

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NFPA Firefighter I information-This is pertinent information that you are going to need to know when you start your adventure in becoming a fireman in Nevada.
Find information on many Nevada Fire Departments here.
Minimum Requirement for becoming a firefighter for most departments
√ High School Diploma or GED.
√ Must possess a valid "Class C" Nevada driver’s license at time of appointment, including the first day of rookie school.
√ Vision must be correctable and within the guidelines specified in order to hold a current Nevada Driver's License.
√ Height in proportion to weight.
√ Physically and mentally fit to perform vigorous basic skill requirements.
√ Applicants are not eligible to apply if they have been convicted of a felony.
Pre-employment Requirements
√ Candidates must be in excellent physical condition.
√ Employment is contingent upon the results of a background investigation.
√ Employment is contingent upon the results of a physical examination, to include a pulmonary test, and a psychological evaluation performed by our examining physician.
√ Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug test.
If you are a firefighter trying to get a career, or someone off the street, Fire Fighter Exam can help you gain the knowledge you need. While you are taking written exams for different fire departments you never know what type of test it will. Be prepared in advance with our vocabulary, fire service math questions, civil service questions, spacial & directional orientation, mechanical aptitude, and firefighter I and firefighter II questions. Becoming a firefighter is no easy feat. You have taken the first right step in signing up with FFE. Then next step should be contacting fire departments and seeing what their requirements will be. Work out and build up endurance to ensure you will be able to pass the physical test. Take the tests confidently. Remember you are the best one for the job. And lastly tell the oral board why you are better than all the other candidate. What traits will you bring to that fire department? Ask yourself.
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