Driver/Operator – Pumper 

$350.00

Texas Fire Resource’s Driver/Operator Course is an online (computer based), TCFP approved, training program, typically lasting four (4) weeks in length. The course covers all curriculum requirements of TCFP, SFFMA and NFPA.

Description

The Driver/Operator Pumper course at TFR is an essential training program for firefighters looking to take their skills and knowledge to the next level. This program focuses on the operation and maintenance of fire department pumping apparatus, providing hands-on training and real-world experience.
Participants will learn about the different types of pumping apparatus, system components, and the principles of water flow and pump operation. They will also gain a thorough understanding of fireground operations, including fire hydrant systems, drafting, and water supply operations. This program is designed to meet the NFPA 1002 standard for Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications and is widely recognized as the industry standard for firefighter training. Whether you are a new firefighter or an experienced veteran, the Driver/Operator Pumper course at TFR is a valuable investment in your professional development.
Texas Fire Resource’s Driver/Operator Course is an online (computer based), TCFP approved, training program, typically lasting four (4) weeks in length. The course covers all curriculum requirements of TCFP, SFFMA and NFPA. The requirements can be viewed on the TCFP website. This course also requires one in person skill day and an online proctored test.

Description of Certification Level

A Driver/Operator-Pumper is an individual who possesses the qualities, knowledge and skills necessary to maintain and operate a pumping apparatus in non-emergency and emergency situations.

This includes online course access and TCFP state skills testing. (Textbook not included)

For this course, we will be using the IFSTA, Pumping and Aerial Apparatus Driver Operator
Handbook, 3rd edition. All students are required to provide their own textbook. ISBN # 978-0-87939-571-1

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