MAY23 — MAY24 NFA
- Blue Springs
When responding to a fire, rescue, hazardous materials incident, or other emergency event, emergency responders rely on the unsurpassed expertise and technical hands-on training they receive from our programs. We focus on providing effective, standards-based, quality training and education to fire and emergency service professionals. We help enable them to make a significant impact on the protection of lives and property of the citizens in our communities. MU FRTI provides:
All funds raised during the Phil Sayer Memorial Scholarship Fund 5k are donated to the Phil Sayer Memorial Scholarship Fund and benefit training volunteer firefighters in Missouri.
We are currently seeking interested candidates for the Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) Program Instructor position. Come be a part of the University of Missouri Extension and the MU FRTI team.
The Federal Highway Administration Traffic Incident Management Program Team invites TIM responders and champions as well as public affairs offices and media to participate in a webinar to kick-off National Traffic Incident Response Awareness Week.
Director Kevin D. Zumwalt of the University of Missouri’s Fire and Rescue Training Institute has announced the appointment of a new Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting Specialist for the Institute, Mr. Bruce Bjorge of Branson, Missouri.
University of Missouri Extension’s Fire and Rescue Training Institute has announced that Mark Lee, Aircraft Rescue Firefighting Specialist, will be retiring on November 30, 2018.
The University of Missouri Fire and Rescue Training Institute recently received a mobile firefighting training simulator, courtesy of the O’Fallon Fire Protection District.
MAY23 — MAY24 NFA
MAY25 — MAY26 MODOT
MAY28 — MAY29 MODOT
MAY31 — JUN1 MODOT
MAY31 — JUN2 MODOT
JUN6 — JUN7 NFA
JUN8 — JUN9 MODOT
JUN11 — JUN12 MODOT
JUN21 — JUN22 NFA
JUN22 — JUN23 MODOT
JUL26 — JUL27 NFA
The University of Missouri Fire and Rescue Training Institute is a premier unit of MU Extension and provides comprehensive cognitive education and manipulative skills training for Missouri’s fire and emergency service responders.
The Columbia Fire Department has enjoyed a strong relationship with the University of Missouri Fire and Rescue Training Institute for over eighty years. MUFRTI has provided the Columbia Fire Department with outstanding, affordable training critical to our mission that would otherwise not be available.
Charles P. Witt
Fire Chief, Retired
Columbia Fire Department
MU FRTI is our primary source for outside training. We can count on them to have solid curriculum that has been tested over time, combined with instructors that are knowledgeable and passionate about the topic.
David A. Hall
Fire Chief, Retired
Springfield Fire Department
The trainer that the university provided allows our ARFF personnel to practice their skills in a real world type event and this type of training is invaluable. Without the support of agencies like yours, events like this could not be successful.
Dallas Love Field
I absolutely love the opportunities I am given through MU FRTI. My name is Abbie Davis and I belong to the Eldridge Volunteer Fire Department in Eldridge, Missouri, and on behalf of our department I would like to extend our gratitude to MU FRTI for making it possible for us to better ourselves with the training courses we take thru MU FRTI. I myself absolutely love the classes I've attended so far and look forward to more to come!
Eldridge Volunteer Fire Department
The University of Missouri Fire and Rescue Training Institute’s Winter Fire School and Expo is the best event we attend. I cannot say loudly or often enough how great it is to attend your Winter Fire School due to the way you manage and operate the event.
Eagle Engraving, Inc.
10 consecutive years of discrepancy-free FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) inspected performance by KCFD (Kansas City Fire Department) personnel at the Downtown Airport. MU FRTI has helped us remain current. They have been a valued partner.
Kansas City Fire Department
On behalf of the St. James Fire Protection District, I would like to thank you for providing assistance for two of our firefighters at this year’s Winter Fire School. It was the first fire school that Sean or Joe attended and it made a lasting impression on them. They are already talking about and planning on attending next year’s school. Again, I want to thank you for the support you showed our firefighters and providing them the opportunity to attend the 2017 Winter Fire School.
St. James Fire Protection District
I would like to personally thank the Missouri Department of Public Safety and the Phil Sayer Scholarship Board for the opportunity to attend the Summer Fire School of 2016 through the University of Missouri Extension. Not only was I able to attend thanks to the generosity of the board for awarding me a Phil Sayer Scholarship, I was thankful to have excellent instructors and take away many things in which I can use at my department but also teach younger firefighters. I look forward to the coming years of fire school both summer and winter and the many classes that will be offered.
Mid County Fire Protection District
The information and tools in the Animals in Emergencies and Basic Emergency Response Training for Veterinary Students are simply invaluable. A lot of knowledge, preparation, and skill goes into emergency and disaster relief which was not realized prior to the class. With the combination of these skills and a degree in veterinary medicine, it will allow each of us to better assist the community and their pets because we now have the knowledge to participate.
Third Year Veterinary Student
University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine
I attended Missouri Fire School this year. This is my third year in a row and the drive from Iowa is worth it. In my opinion it is one of the premier fire schools in the country. Everyone from registration to the instructors to the faculty that works within the college are top notch. The professional and efficient demeanor of everyone involved is unparalleled.
Clive (Iowa) Fire Department
We had our first call this morning as Medical First Responders. Everything went well… We are looking forward to getting another class set up soon.
Trinity Marine Products, INC.
Your good training paid off. A truck ran through the side of a small church and came to rest on top of a 100 lb propane bottle that was leaking. My guys diverted traffic, opened doors and set fans back a safe distance to move the visible propane cloud near the floor. Nobody was hurt. Thanks!
Hayti Fire Department
I had lots of fun at winter fire school hope to make it back next year.
Jonesburg/High Hill Fire Prenvention Department