*Southern Ontario Only (Elora, ON)
Firehouse Training provides the candidate with hands-on practice scenarios based on the testing requirements by many of the major testing facilities in the country. Practical skills training can prepare the candidate for the following recruitment testing companies:
During the Firefighter Skills Refresher session you will have opportunity to practice each skill in our state of the art facility, and work one-on-one with our instructor through each skill requirement as outlined in OFAI Stage Three testing format.
You will have an opportunity to use your review notes from our session, and identify each critical pass and fail as required durng this test. This training is based on the practical firefighter skill requirements as outlined by the Firefighter 1 and 2 provincial NFPA 1001 sign-offs.
This training standard as set out by the Office of the Fire Marshal and IFSTA Essentials of Firefighting 6th Edition textbook. You will also demonstrate each skill in real time, and will debrief upon completion.
OUR SKILLS REFRESHER COVERS...
10 METER LADDER CLIMB, ROPES, KNOTS AND TOOL LIFT
SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS (SCBA) PROFICIENCY TEST
7 METRE LADDER RAISE / ROOF LADDER DEPLOYMENT
FINE MOTOR SKILLS HOSE ASSEMBLY
I was given assistance for the OFAI Stage 3 process. I never really understood how specific and detail oriented it would actually be too pass the firefighter skills testing. It opened my eyes to the entire recruitment and testing process. Thank you!
The coach helped me prepare for the OFAI Stage 3 skills testing prior to the Toronto Fire recruitment process. After two training sessions with my coach, I passed the test on my second attempt and was officially hired this year. Thanks so much!
I was taken through the process and given training on how to take the OFAI firefighter tests. After my second attempt, I was able to successfully complete the medical scenarios and complete the process. The extra help and feedback was definitely needed. Thanks.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Each career coaching session for any of our training services is for a duration of 3 hours. Coaching session times are specifically assigned based on candidate registration and may be adjusted if necessary based on registration and enrollment numbers.
Written Aptitude Test Tutoring and/or Mock Interview Preparation (11 AM - 2 PM)
Firefighter Skills Refresher Training (OFAI Practical Testing Review) (2 PM - 5 PM)
$290 + HST (See FireRecruitment.ca for applicable discounts)
No. Although it is recommended based on time restraints and adequate preparation to focus on one career coaching service for a three hour session, the coaching session areas may be adjusted, based on a specific candidate request.
Each three hour career coaching session will consist of a private training session to assist the candidate in any of the following areas of their choice.
As we conclude our 3 hour session, Firehouse Training will be providing the candidate with a documented action plan, outlining additional steps to use as you go forward into the firefighter hiring process.
Upon request, a reference letter of attendance is also issued to the candidate for application portfolio purposes to confirm participation in our firefighter recruitment coaching services.
Yes. Firehouse Training offers best value pricing for candidates participating in various stages of the hiring process and require assistance in more than one area at once, can choose any two coaching sessions in a one day period and receive a discounted price. However, many of our candidates often choose one session per day, based on the current hiring process step they are currently involved and book additional sessions in the future as required.
To ensure professionalism and recruitment training at the highest standards, all face-to-face career coaching meetings and training courses will be held at the Firehouse Training / Total Rescue Training Facility on 6006 Highway 6, Elora, ON N0B 1S0. We are located 20 minutes north of the City of Guelph on Highway 6, in the small hamlet of Ennotville.
Yes. A catered lunch is provided for any of our full day on-site firefighter training courses. Coffee, donuts, muffins, water and juice among other items are also available during the morning of each training course. Lunches are generally not provided for those candidates arriving for a three hour career coaching session.
Firehouse Training runs a career coaching session day one weekend per month, and one firefighter training course one weekend each month. Spots for each training day are open until registration is full, on a first come first serve basis. It is always best to register as early as possible, as spots due to registration fill up quickly. Once registration for our one day a month session is full, Firehouse Training may opt to open a second training day or move those candidates into the next month’s coaching sessions.
During the OFAI Stage III skills refresher session, you will have opportunity to practice each skill in our state of the art facility, and work one-on-one with our instructor through the each skill requirement as outlined in OFAI Stage Three testing format.
You will have an opportunity to use your review notes from our session, and identify each critical pass and fail as required during this test. This training is based on the practical firefighter skill requirements as outlined by the Firefighter I & II provincial NFPA 1001 sign-offs.
This training standard as set out by the Office of the Fire Marshal, and IFSTA Essentials of Firefighting 6th Edition textbook. You will also demonstrate each skill in real time, and will debrief upon completion.
All requests to withdraw from a course must be received by Firehouse Training or Total Rescue a minimum of two (2) business days prior to course start date. Such requests must be made by phone, in writing or email to at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Failing to provide at least two (2) business days’ notice of withdrawal will result in a forfeiture of 50% of the course fee (per participant registered). Participants who withdraw after the class start date, late arrivals that are denied entrance to the class, or who fail to attend the class without notification (No Shows), will forfeit the full course fee. Qualified substitutions will be allowed up to the course start date in lieu of forfeitures.
Within one business day, we reserve the right to cancel any course in which the minimum registration of five students is not achieved. Every effort will be made to advise participants by phone, e-mail or mail, of cancellations before start date. If Firehouse Training or Total Rescue cancels a course you will be given the option to transfer to a later date or be issued a credit towards a future course of your choice. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.