Oklahoma State University

General Information

General Information

OSU Fire Service Training is an extension/outreach unit of Oklahoma State University's College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology (CEAT).  OSU Fire Service Training has legislative mandate to train Oklahoma's emergency responder's, and provides Oklahoma emergency responders a broad spectrum of training ranging from the basic skills to more advanced specialized topics.  This training occurs at the OSU Fire Service Training Professional Skills Center located six miles west of Stillwater, Oklahoma and across the state of Oklahoma at any of the nine hundred plus Fire Departments.
 
OSU Fire Service Training's long-standing commitment of service to Oklahoma paid and volunteer firefighters now extends to emergency responders outside of this traditional realm.  In January 1997, OSU Fire Service Training created the Industrial Section to serve emergency responders in commercial, industrial, institutional, and governmental entities.  From Industrial fire brigade fundamentals, to more advanced topics in fire, rescue, incident management, industrial medic, hazardous materials and response to terrorism, OSU Fire Service Training takes innovative market-oriented approaches to serve industry's emerging demands for first responder training.
 
The OSU Fire Service Training Certification Section has achieved International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC) accreditation in fifteen technical levels.  IFSAC accredited certification gives reasonable assurance of the content and quality of the testing program offered by OSU Fire Service Training.

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