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Leduc County Nisku, Canada Oct, 14
New Venture Safety Services Whitecourt, Canada Feb, 11
DXP | HSE Integrated Ltd. Burnaby, Canada Oct, 06
International SOS Canada Apr, 01
Municipality of North Cowichan Duncan, Canada Sep, 12
City of Fort Saskatchewan Fort Saskatchewan, Canada Oct, 09
City of Langley Langley, Canada Oct, 05
Bow Horn Bay Volunteer Fire Department Qualicum Beach, Canada Oct, 18
Nunavut Government Iqaluit, Canada Oct, 02
City of New Westminister New Westminster, Canada Oct, 16
Town Of Oromocto Oromocto, Canada Oct, 07
Northwest Fire Rescue & Training Alberta Beach, Canada Oct, 17
Superior Fire Control Ltd. Grande Prairie, Canada Sep, 10
City of Fort Saskatchewan Fort Saskatchewan, Canada Oct, 13
District of Chetwynd Chetwynd, Canada Sep, 30

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Firefighter Aptitude Test – NFST (OFAI), OS (Gledhill Shaw), CPS

The firefighter aptitude test can sometimes seem overwhelming but once you break it down and practice each individual section, you will soon see that the fire exam can usually be passed with little effort. On this page we will break down:The most common firefighter aptitude test questionsExplain the different types of firefighter aptitude testsTeach you what to expect on test dayProvide you with suggestions on how to pass the firefighter aptitude testGive you a Free Sample Firefighter Practice Exam (PDF format) to download and practiceTypes of Firefighter Aptitude TestsThere are three types of commonly used firefighter aptitude tests in Canada. They

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How to become a firefighter

Let's be honest. Becoming a firefighter is difficult. It requires education, community involvement, many hours of training and dedication, peak physical fitness and most of all a strong desire to help others.To make matters worse, it's a hyper-competitive career. Often times competing against 1000's of other candidates.The question becomes...How do I stand out from the rest?What type of schooling and courses do I need?What are the minimum requirements to apply to a fire department?How can I give myself the best chances to succeed?What does the interview panel look for in new recruits?How do I prepare myself to succeed in this

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