FFT2 Wildland Firefighter provides entry-level wildland firefighter skills and provides instruction in the primary environmental factors that affect the start and spread of wildfire, and recognition of potentially hazardous situations. Students will be introduced to fire resources, tactics, risk management, suppression techniques, efficient water use, wildland urban interface (WUI), and hazards in the wildland fire environment. Students will receive NWCG upon completion of the class.


Upcoming Dates

  • February 17-20, 2024
    • Saturday – Tuesday


  • 8:00am – 5:30pm


  • $325.00*
  • * approximate cost, not including assessment and state testing fees; subject to change

Program Information

  • Must be 18 years old to take this course
  • FFT2 Wildland Firefighter is a 3.25 credit, 36 hour community course
  • FFT2 Wildland Firefighter requires completion of prerequisite work

Department Faculty

  • Carrie Powell (Instructor)


Students who complete the February 17-20 class will be eligible for the seasonal hiring rotation beginning in Spring.
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How to Apply

  1. Complete TCR application
  2. Send a copy of your Drivers License to admissions@tcr.edu
  3. Complete prerequisite work by June 9th, 2023

Available at these locations

  • Main Campus
    1765 US-50
    Delta, CO 81416


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