Ferrara Announces 2012 EVT and Service Training Classes

Holden, LA
Ferrara Fire Apparatus, Inc., one of America’s premier custom fire apparatus manufacturers, has released their 2012 schedule of EVT Fire Apparatus Technician preparatory classes and certification tests, as well as Ferrara aerial and electrical service classes. 
The classes are as follows:
  • EVT F4 electrical class                           February 7-9
  • EVT F4 exam                                          February 10
  • EVT F5 aerial class                                 July 17-19
  • EVT F5 exam                                          July 20
  • EVT F6 Allison transmission                   July 21-23
  • EVT F6 exam                                         July 24
  • Ferrara aerial service class             March 20-21, June 20-21, September 18-19
  • Ferrara electrical service class      March 22, June 22, September 20
 “Once again we are pleased to announce another year of tuition-free service and EVT preparatory classes,” commented President/CEO Chris Ferrara. “These classes underscore our commitment to our customers to provide high quality, affordable and accessible education so they can properly maintain their apparatus.”
Previously, Ferrara hosted F1 Inspection, Maintenance & Testing of Fire Apparatus; F2 Design & Performance Standards of Fire Apparatus; and F3 Fire Pumps & Accessories. These classes will be repeated in 2013.
You can register for any of the service classes at www.ferrarafire.com/CustomerSupport/Training.html or call Robin Hurst at 800-443-9006.

About Ferrara Fire Apparatus
Ferrara Fire Apparatus continues to provide a complete line of fire and emergency vehicles, including their Ultra, Inferno, Igniter, Ember and Intruder 2 custom chassis; pumpers and tankers; rear and mid-mount aerial ladders and platforms; rescue and incident command vehicles; Inundator industrial apparatus, law enforcement vehicles and the Strong Arm fire rescue vehicle. A leading safety innovator in the industry, Ferrara takes pride in offering such firefighter safety items as On-Site Tilt Table Testing, Independent Front Suspension, Complete Airbag Protection, SmartWheel steering systems, and Crash Tested Cabs and Bodies. To date, Ferrara is the only fire apparatus manufacturer to load test their fire body to the same standard as the personnel cab.

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