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Industrial Fire School

July 18, 2021 - July 23, 2021

Industrial fire and safety personnel and others interested in industrial fire safety attend this school for one week each summer. Students participate in one of the many courses offered during this week-long program and receive intensive classroom and/or hands-on training.​

PLEASE NOTE: Announcements are no longer mailed. Make sure to sign up for our Industrial Firefighting email to receive registration announcements!

 

It is with great sadness we must inform you all Annual Schools have been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This virus has created a new world in which we live. We have thought long and hard on this decision and please know it is a decision we did not want to make. 2021 will be the best yet!


Announcements

Annual School Accommodations Policy for Written Exams

Attention candidates who qualify under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Accommodation requests must be communicated and approved by the TEEX Certification Office prior to or on the first day of class. Formal documentation must be provided by the candidate to the Certification Office prior to making arrangements.

See Complete ADA Policy

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Suggested Industrial Annual School Course Path

We have received several questions recently about where to start with Industrial Fire Training offered during Annual School. Suggested Path


Contact Information

Annual Schools

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TEEX Brayton Fire Training Field

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Details

Start:
July 18, 2021
End:
July 23, 2021
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Venue

TEEX Brayton Fire Training Field
1595 Nuclear Science Road
College Station, 77843 United States
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Phone:
(866) 878-8900

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