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Education - Fire and Safety Education - Fire and Life Safety Classes, Presentations or Training:

It is the mission of the Glendale Fire Department’s Public Education Section to keep residents and visitors healthy and safe through a variety of public education programs. The following educational programs are provided to Glendale residents and visitors free of charge:

  • CCC-CPR and AED Training
  • Community Emergency Response Training (CERT): 21 Hour Basic Disaster Preparedness Course – Adults
  • Community Emergency Response Training (CERT): 21 Hour Basic Disaster Preparedness Course – Teens
  • CERT Volunteer Program
  • Drowning Impact Awareness Program
  • Event Staffing with Safety Information Booths
  • Fire Drills at Senior Living Facilities
  • Fire Extinguisher Training
  • Fire Safety Classes
  • Healthier Safer Lives
  • Life Safety Classes
  • RX360 Prescription Drug Abuse Class: Adults and Teens
  • Safety Educator Volunteers
  • Safety Trailer (Smoke Trailer) (Requires a minimum of 100 participants)
  • Smoke Alarm Walks
  • Water Safety Education
  • Youth Firesetter Intervention Program
  • Youth Firesetter Prevention Program
  • Youth Firesetter Train-the-Trainer Program

How to Schedule a Class, Presentation or Training:

The following is information on how to schedule a class, presentation or training:

  • Each educational program is about one hour in length
  • Requires a minimum of 10 people attending (there is no maximum number of attendees)
  • Classroom type setting where a visual presentation can be shown on a screen or a wall

If you would like to schedule a class, presentation or training, please contact Dr. Janet Boberg at 623-930-4483 or email her at jboberg@glendaleaz.com.

Fire Engine Visit or Fire Station Tour:

If you would like to schedule a fire engine visit or a fire station tour please contact the Glendale Fire Department’s West Deputy Office at 623-930-4227.

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