Certification and Testing
Wyoming Firefighter Voluntary Certification Program
The Wyoming Firefighters Voluntary Certification Program has been in existence since 1980. The certification Program is an accredited entity of Pro Board.
The purpose of the program is to provide firefighters a pathway to certification, using the NFPA Standards which set the guidelines for each certification offered. This provides a standardized training format for firefighters to use throughout the state.
Information regarding the Certification Program:
Skills Examination Information and equipment required:
* Note: A request for written and/or skills examinations must be sent to the Certification Officer 14 days prior to the scheduled testing date.
Questions? Contact Rebecca Bestul, Certification Coordinator at (307) 856-6776 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Certification Tester Information
Certification Testers volunteer to administer written, online and skills examinations throughout the state, providing a standardized evaluation process for written, online and skills testing and assure every candidate is evaluated in a fair and consistent manner. They are the “backbone" of the certification program, taking time on a voluntary basis to assist with written and skills evaluations on behalf of the DFPES.
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Wyoming Firefighters Certification Committee
Committee members function as a liaison between the fire service and the State Fire Marshal’s Office (SFMO). The committee serves in an advisory capacity to consider needs and plans of the SFMO – Training Section. The committee will also act on other certification issues identified or referred to the committee.
The committee shall meet a minimum of twice each year.
Additional meetings may be requested by the State Fire Marshal’s Office.
Wyoming Fire Service Personnel interested in serving on the committee can click here for more information.
Certification Tester Directory