National Fire Academy Announces Second Semester Enrollment Period Is Now Open

Emmitsburg, MD – The United States Fire Administration’s (USFA) National Fire Academy (NFA) is now accepting applications for its second semester residential program, which begins April 1, 2004 and ends September 30, 2004. The enrollment and application period for the second semester officially opened November 1 and will close December 31, 2003.

Applications received that are post-marked after the open enrollment period, cannot be accepted. General eligibility requirements include substantial involvement in fire prevention and control, emergency medical services, fire-related emergency management activities or other allied professions. Applicants must also meet specific selection criteria for each course.

To find out more about the National Fire Academy and to obtain a General Admission’s Application to apply for second semester residential training courses and programs, visit http://www.usfa.fema.gov/fire-service/nfa/nfa.shtm.

National Fire Academy Announces Second Semester Enrollment Period Is Now Open

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Emmitsburg, MD – The United States Fire Administration’s (USFA) National Fire Academy (NFA) is now accepting applications for its second semester residential program, which begins April 1, 2003 and ends September 30, 2003. The enrollment and application period for the second semester officially opens today, November 1 and will close December 31, 2002.

Applications received that are post-marked before or after the open enrollment period, cannot be accepted. General eligibility requirements include substantial involvement in fire prevention and control, emergency medical services, fire-related emergency management activities or other allied professions. Applicants must also meet specific selection criteria for each course.

To find out more about the National Fire Academy and to obtain a General Admission’s Application to apply for second semester residential training courses and programs, please go to http://www.usfa.fema.gov/dhtml/fire-service/nfa.cfm.