Instructor briefing to the S-130/190, Basic Firefighting Class
S-234, Ignition Operations Instructor Demonstrating To Class
S-211, Pumps & Water Use Field Exercise
S-130/190 Students Constructing Fire Line During Field Exercise
S-234, Ignition Operations Instructors Demonstrating Proper Use Of Drip Torches
Command & General Staff Explaining Their Positions And Responsibilities To A Class
Command & General Staff Along With Trainees Presenting The Morning Briefing
Maps-n-Compass Field Exercise
Why choose CWFIMA?
We promote safety and integrity through quality training that exceeds the standards to meet the challenges our emergency responders face during All-Hazard events. The Academy utilizes the Incident Command System (ICS) to facilitate a national approach to incident management.
Students are able to register On-Line for the upcoming Academy, please read the following information prior to completing the Student Registration Application. Click to download a PDF of the pdf
Winter Nomination Form.
CWFIMA provides a great opportunity for trainees working on taskbooks to receive on-the-job training and evaluation working under qualified Type 1 and Type 2 Command & General Staff.
Vendor & Exhibitor Registration
A key aspect of the student experience while enrolled at the CWFIMA is access to vendors who offer an array of wildland fire and emergency response equipment, supplies, and services.