Knox County Fire Training Academy
475 Camden Road | Hope, ME 04847 207.372.8581 | FAX 207.372.8954
Photos From Past Training
Fire departments in Knox County are actively seeking local volunteer firefighters willing to serve in protecting the lives and property of our communities. Able and competent people of all ages, male and female, are encouraged to apply for membership.
Volunteers with special skills are also needed to perform additional functions such as: administrative work, emergency planning, fundraising, recruitment and retention, and coordinating community service events.
Please Call Your Town Fire Department
For More Information
- Firefighter I & II Academy
- Basic Fire School (above photo)
- Incident Safety Officer (ISO)
- Strategy and Tactics for Initial Company Operations (STICO)
- Pumps - Rural Water Supply
- Deputy Chief Billy Goldfeder Lecture
- Maine 75 Hour Basic Fire School
- Basic Wildland Firefighter
For KCFTA Sponsored Courses
Recently Offered Lectures and Courses
Course and Training Ideas
The KCFTA is always looking for input regarding new courses and training.
Knox County Emergency Responders
Supported by Knox Country Fire Chiefs, the KCFTA has identified the need and opportunity for a modern training facility to serve all of Knox County Emergency Responders. This undertaking will require a significant amount of community support. To view the initial plans for this facility, visit the Building for the Future webpage.
Registration Fee: $200 (includes books) (non-Refundable)
Mandatory Physical Fitness Test to participate (September)
Course starts in January 2017
Registration Deadline September 1, 2016