The Fire Training Certification Program (Fire TCP) applies rigorous standards to its course certification. Courses are certified by fire subject matter experts, who look for the use of best practices in the fire and rescue industry. Below you will find requirements and standards that will be used to evaluate fire training courses, as well as information about the certification process.
Online Course Evaluation Rubric
This is the rubric used to decide if an online course measures up to Fire TCP standards.
In-Person Course Evaluation Rubric
This is the rubric used to decide if an in-person/classroom course measures up to Fire TCP standards.
Who Decides Course Certification
- Fire subject matter and instructional design experts are responsible for reviewing training materials
- ISFSI selects reviewers based on experience, expertise, and level of knowledge
What We Need
Submit all of your materials to ISFSI including:
- Instructor lesson plan
- Student lesson plan
- Course bibliography
- Tests and assessments
- Letters of recommendation from past participants (within the last 6 months)