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Training Resources

Education and training equips professionals to conduct wildland fire management safely and effectively, and ensures they are up to date on the latest information, research, regulations, and policies. A variety of wildland fire training resources are available from state and federal agencies, the Cooperative Extension Service, universities, and other entities.

In addition, note that the Wildland Fire site contains links within Training Resources to Online Training Modules and by selecting the button on the right you can review free services provided by the portal managers and request event logistics or other assistance including your own private workspace for event planning.

The Landscape Partnership homepage also has a tab for Landscape Partnership Training where you can find learning materials on broader conservation topics in addition to Wildland Fire.

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Land managers learn about duff moisture

Land managers learn about duff moisture during a wildland fire workshop in North Carolina. Credit: Jennifer Fawcett

Planning Training Events

If you are planning a training event, the following resources may be helpful to ensure your event is successful.

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Online Training Modules

There are a variety of online training materials available for fire practitioners and others to build their skills and understanding of many subject areas. Those working for an agency or organization may also have internal training materials that are available.

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General Training Materials

There are a variety of other training resources available for wildland fire professionals that are not included in a formal training course or module. These resources may be useful for inclusion in formal trainings such as RT-130, or for informal education on specific topics.

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