Students fighting a fire

 

The San Bernardino Regional Emergency Training Center (SBRETC) is one of a few training centers capable of meeting the comprehensive training needs of Aircraft Crash Rescue Firefighters worldwide.


 Calendar 2018

Upcoming Classes 

September 2018

  • September 1 - Part 139 Recert Live Burn (Class Full)
  • September 24 - Part 139 Recert Live Burn

October 2018

  • October 1 - 5, 2018 - 40 Hour ARFF Basic
  • October 8 - Part 139 Recert Live Burn
  • October 10 - Part 139 Recert Live Burn
  • October 12 - Part 139 Recert Live Burn (Class Full)
  • October 16 - Part 139 Recert Live Burn

November 2018

  • November 5 - Part 139 Recert Live Burn
  • November 6 - Part 139 Recert Night Burn
  • November 8 - Part 139 Recert Night Burn
  • November 9 - Part 139 Recert Live Burn (Class Full)
  • November 20 - Part 139 Recert Live Burn (Class Full)
  • November 26 - Part 139 Recert Live Burn (Class Full)
  • November 27 - Part 139 Recert Live Burn (Class Full)
  • November 28 - Part 139 Recert Live Burn (Class Full)
  • November 29 - Part 139 Recert Live Burn (Class Full) 

 

 

 

December 2018

  • December 10, 2018 - Part 139 Live Burn
  • December 11, 2018 - Part 139 Live Burn
  • December 13, 2018 - Part 139 Live Burn

Calendar 2019 

January 2019

  • January 14-18, 2019 - 40 Hour ARFF Basic 

April/May 2019 

  • April  29 - May 3, 2019 - 40 Hour ARFF Basic

June/July

  • June 24 - 28, 2019 - 40 Hour ARFF Basic

*Class dates are subject to availability please call us at 909-389-3216 or email us at info@sbretc.org

 

Vision, Mission and Values

Vision - To be recognized and respected globally, as a premier emergency and disaster services training facility.
Mission - To provide quality emergency and disaster training for the aviation industry and emergency response community.
Values - The activities of SBRETC are based on the following values:

  • Safety and Competency
  • Quality and Integrity
  • Customer Service and Technology

San Bernardino Regional Emergency Training Center (SBRETC) training programs are designed to expose students to "real" life training exercises. Training is based on previous incidences, frequent, and common occurrences. Training is conducted through the conveyance of theory (classroom), controlled scenario based manipulative exercises (hands-on), and often under "live" fire conditions with real life responses and mitigation expectations.

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