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North Dakota Firefighter's Association


WELCOME TO THE WEBSITE OF THE
NORTH DAKOTA FIREFIGHTER'S ASSOCIATION

 

 

NORTH DAKOTA FIREFIGHTER’S ASSOCIATION
64th ANNUAL STATE FIRE SCHOOL
February 22 - 25, 2018

All Seasons Arena & Holiday Inn Riverside, Minot ND 

***Registration is now OPEN***

You must have a State of North Dakota log in to register. 

Go to https://apps.nd.gov/itd/ldap/registration.htm?rp=https://apps.nd.gov/NDFA/Members/Login/&apptype=P 

to create a State of North Dakota Login ID.

 

If you have any issues with your user name or password please call the

ND ITD help desk at (701) 328-4470

 

 

State FIre School Vendor Show 

 REGISTRATION OPEN

2018 Fire Service Instructor I

Tentative Start Date Jan 29, 2018

This 10 weeks, blended course will focus on the presentation skills new instructors use to deliver prepared lesson plans. Topics will include: understanding the student audience, understanding course outcomes and objectives, instructor preparation, developing presentation skills, using media in the classroom, and appropriate use of assessment instruments. This course concludes with students testing for certification for Fire Service Instructor I as defined by NFPA 1041: Standard for Fire Service Instructor Professional Qualifications.  There will be a minimum of two days spent in Bismarck for the certification test weekend.

Students wishing to attend this course must meet the following prerequisites:

  • Be a member of a North Dakota Fire Department, fire service organization, recruitment program, fire service affiliated organization or approved education program for a minimum duration of 2 years prior to certifying as a Fire Instructor 1.
  • Firefighter 1 certified.

Class is limited to 20 students.

 

JOB OPENING

 POSITION: TRAINING COORDINATOR

LOCATION: Bismarck, ND

 

DESCRIPTION: The North Dakota Firefighter's Association is accepting applications for the position of Training Coordinator. This position will be responsible for the coordinating, scheduling, and conducting NDFA’s training programs across the organization. Ensures the integration of the organization’s Vision and Mission throughout new and ongoing training.

 

Minimum Requirements are:

  • High School diploma or GED with higher education preferred
  • Firefighter II, or greater
  • Fire Instructor I, or ability to obtain within 12 months of employment
  • Class “A” driver’s license, or ability to obtain within 12 months of employment
  • Ability to maintain effective relationships with co-workers, vendors and the public
  • Ability to protect confidential Association information
  • Ability to pass background and driving records checks
  • Knowledge and experience with computers: MS Office Suite

 

Applications will be accepted until 5:00 pm, January 19, 2018.

Applications may be picked up, dropped off or mailed to:

North Dakota Firefighter's Association

1502 Grumman Lane, Suite 2

Bismarck, ND 58504

 

Click here to download Job Description and Application

 

 

 

NOW HIRING 

The Grand Forks Fire Department will be accepting applications for the position of Firefighter until 5:00 PM on January, 13th 2018. Click here to view the Application Packet. 

NDFA New Database Release

NDFA has now opened access to it's new database.  Access will:

  • Allow users to register for upcoming courses online.
  • Allow users to view/download their Transcript and Current Certifications list
  • Allow instructors to select courses to teach
    • Class rosters – view and finalize attendance
    • Submit Voucher online
  • Email notifications
    • Class registrations
    • Class cancellations
    • Reminders 3 days before class begins

To register for access each individual is required to:

1) Go to https://apps.nd.gov/itd/ldap/registration.htm?rp=https://apps.nd.gov/NDFA/Members/Login/&apptype=P to create a State of North Dakota Login ID.

2) Click on the "log In" button in the upper right hand corner of the NDFA homepage.

3) Request an authorization code from NDFA.  This step is required to ensure access to the correct information on record.

Please contact the NDFA office at (701) 222-2799 for any assistance with the registration process.