The NFPA 921 2021 is a required textbook for this course
Fire Investigator Principles and Practice 6th ed.
NFPA 921 2021
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Fire Investigator training is very difficult to both locate and successfully complete.
The Texas Commission on Fire Protection recommends a curriculum of 200 hours in order to be eligible to take the state examination for certification. Upon successful completion of our Fire Investigator program and the state examination, the student will be eligible for not only receipt of certification in the State of Texas as a Basic Fire Investigator, but also eligible for an IFSAC seal as Fire Investigator. Students do not need the Navigate 2 Access for this course. Click on the textbook or here to go to the Jones and Bartlett website to order.
The Awareness level knowledge of HazMat is also required in this course. We suggest getting the IFSTA 5th ed Hazardous Materials for First Responders especially if you do not have a fire Background.
Financial Aid? Are you a Volunteer Firefighter or a member of a paid department that has less than 20 paid staff members? Fire In Texas courses are eligible for grants under HB 2604, which is administered by the Texas Forest Service. Contact us or the Texas Forest Service at 979-458-6505 to see if you or your department qualify for full or partial tuition reimbursement.
No Travel Expenses: Ask us about an MOU where a student can do their skills at their own department - Texas only. TCFP and or Fire in Texas may audit the skill session.
*Additional fees may apply for skills not completed at our training facility. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.