FPC training and testing services have resumed. COVID-19 precautions remain in place. Contact our Training or Certification Divisions for any questions. Please refrain from attending a scheduled program should you have any COVID related symptoms or generally not feeling well.

State Fire Administrator’s Message

The Commission on Fire Prevention and Control, one of six divisions within the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection has had a presence on the World Wide Web since October, 1996.  Over that time there have been several upgrades of the state portal to enhance the communications we have with Connecticut’s fire service.

Other mediums of electronic communications we utilize are Twitter, Facebook as well as an electronic mail listserv.  Certainly, don’t hesitate to contact me should you require assistance in subscribing to any of these resources.

The Commission and its Connecticut Fire Academy have a long and proud tradition of serving Connecticut’s Fire and Emergency Service providers.  We also provide many of the same services to NGO’s, business, industry and military personnel of our great state and beyond.  Most services may be offered at your site or at the Connecticut Fire Academy campus in Windsor Locks.  Whether you are familiar with our services or not, I hope you will gain a sense that we are fire and emergency services people serving other fire and emergency services people as well as Connecticut’s citizens.  We care about you and our demanding profession.

We continue to plan and anticipate providing more on-line services in the coming months such as on-line registration capabilities as well as transcript look-ups via a Learning Management System (LMS).  It is our hope that through these efforts greater efficiencies and customer service will be gained. 

Thank you for your interest in our division and please let me know how we are doing in fulfilling your expectations.  Always feel free to contact me or any of our dedicated staff members.  It is our honor to serve you!

Yours in fire safety,

Jeffrey J. Morrissette

State Fire Administrator