​Gates Open At 6:30 P.M.

Come out to TEEX Brayton Fire Training Field for a firefighting demonstration, gates open at 6:30 p.m. TEEX instructors will explain and demonstrate techniques used to extinguish fires on several full-scale, live-fire training props. This year’s school, held July 25-30, is TEEX's 92nd Municipal Fire Training School, and the largest school of its …
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.​
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Aquí se irán publicando noticias sobre la próxima Escuela. Todos los años se organiza esta escuela durante el verano en College Station, Texas. Asisten cientos de participantes, incluyendo representantes de los servicios militares, personal de seguridad, y bomberos municipales, industriales, estatales y federales. Más de 150 instructores y presentadores, todos hispanohablantes y con amplia pericia en …
Receive up-to-date, cutting edge information, and technology that will aid you in the fight against arson in our state. Advance your education in the area of fire cause determination, arson investigation, and prosecution through top-notch speakers and presenters. Registration for the Seminar is CLOSED. PLEASE NOTE: There is no walk-in registration this year. $175 for State of Texas Law …
During the week-long Spring/ARFF fire school, municipal and industrial fire and emergency service personnel choose from cl​asses that offer extensive classroom and/or hands-on instruction. ​ PLEASE NOTE:  There is a new path to FFI and FFII certification through Annual Schools! Make sure to scroll below the event schedule to see the announcement!

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Instructor was very knowledgable on every topic. Shared his personal experience on a few topics. He was able to effectively teach and clarify when there were questions.

— Basic Criminal Investigation
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