Please refer to this page where we will be keeping you up to date on the status of the 2019 Summer Academy's Classes. If we need to change a date, the class is filled or it has been cancelled, we will list it below.
If you do not see a class listed here and are having trouble registering, or you want to be placed on a waitlist on a full class, please contact us directly
Please scroll down the page to the blue boxes and click to register through either the Student or the Trainee links.
The schedule for the 2020 Winter Academy is now available and the online registration is active. Take a look at the schedule and register early as classes may fill up. Hotel information can be found on the 2020 Information page.
Looking forward to another successful Academy.
September 13-15, 2019
Otero Junior College (OJC)
La Junta, CO
Fire on the Plains is a collaborative effort to bring cost effective, high quality, hands-on training to the first responders of the eastern plains of Colorado. This year we have re-tooled some of our offerings and added a few that folks have requested. We are also partnering with Otero Junior College this year.
This event is designed to provide basic skills introduction to newer firefighters as well as giving the seasoned firefighter the ability to explore new concepts. Each session will provide the opportunity for students to work on specific Job Performance Requirements (JPR) for certification maintenance.
This year we have created focused tracks for the firefighter and the driver/operator. Students can choose from several multiday, full day, 4 hour and 2 hour sessions. The student may pick and choose which sessions they wish to attend. Students may attend for the entire weekend or just one day.
Meals are included in the price of tuition.
Sponsored by Colorado Wildland Fire & Incident Management Academy and Colorado Division of Fire Prevention & Control. Hosted by Otero Junior College.
The 3rd Annual Fire on the Plains was held September 13-15th in La Junta, CO hosted by the Colorado Division of Fire Prevention & Control and CWFIMA. Another training success in meeting the needs of many eastern Colorado rural volunteer fire departments, we appreciate your attendance to this event. A big thank you to Otero Junior College for providing use of their facility, Sodexho Food Services, La Junta Fire Dept for use of their Fire Training Center, La Junta Airport for field location, City of La Junta for shuttle services and field locations and other local businesses such as Hampton Inn, Econo Lodge, Wal-Mart, Big R, and 469-Dean. Many thanks to the Colorado Type 3 IMT members for their Command Support and the amazing instructor support from DFPC, Golden Gate FPD, La Junta FD, Platte Valley FD, Eaton FD, Loveland FRA, Colorado River FR, Hugo FD, South Metro FR and Timberline FPD.