Required training to become an active Volunteer in your community

Mandated Tehama County Volunteer Firefighter Training

  • 32-hour Basic Operations Class

  • 24-hour HAZMAT FRO DECON Class
  • 32-hour Public Safety-First Aid/CPR

TCFD Volunteers are Required to Attend Annual Training to Remain an Active Member. You must also keep your re-certifications and your yearly RPP review current to continue being an active member of the Tehama County Fire Department.

  • 4-hour Public Safety-First Aid (Recert)
  • 2-hour Communicable Disease Awareness (Recert)
  • 4-hour C.P.R. (Recert)
  • 4-hour HAZMAT FRO DECON (Recert)
  • RPP Annual Review (physical will be at discretion of the medical provider after review of your medical questionnaire.

To become a driver/operator contact the Training Bureau for information.

The Training Bureau’s primary responsibility is to provide training and records maintenance for all CAL FIRE and Tehama County Fire personnel. Additional responsibilities include the coordination of State, Region, and outside training in support of the Department’s mission. We foster professional relationships through the mutual sharing of knowledge, skills and abilities. We strive to maintain recognition earned, through participation and demonstrated professionalism with peers in State, National, Local Government, and private enterprise. We cooperate in the development and delivery of training programs with mutual benefit.