For questions or information about the program, contact John Madson, Chief (Ret.), Program Administrator/ Instructor at email firstname.lastname@example.org or Contact Form or call (206) 631-7341.
REGISTER FOR 2022-2023 SCHOOL YEAR at PUGET SOUND SKILLS CENTER
Learn more about our sister program, The Puget Sound Skills Center Fire & Emergency Services Cadet Program
If you would like to register for the 2022-2023 Academic year at Puget Sound Skills Center click on the registration link below to be redirected to the Puget Sound Skills Center Application & Registration Form page.
All P.S.S.C. courses are taught by experienced professionals using state-of-the-art technology and equipment. P.S.S.C. courses give students the foundation and training needed to prepare for post-secondary education and enter emerging, world-market careers. Classes are two-and-a-half hours daily and students attend one class and can earn credits for each semester of successful completion.
P.S.S.C. information to register for the full year is below and at P.S.S.C. Admissions
King County Fire District #20
REHAB-322/ Air 20 Unit
King County Fire District 20
In case of Emergency Call: 911
Phone: (206) 772-1430 Email: Admin@kcfd20.org
King County Fire District #20 serves and protects the neighborhoods of Skyway, Campbell Hill, Lakeridge, and Bryn-Mawr. KCFD 20 REHAB 322/ AIR 20 is a mobile rehab unit with air cylinder filling capabilities. Rehab encompasses providing appropriate fluids(elctrolytes), high energy foods and performing basic medical vitals for on-scene firefighters, police and other responders as well as affected persons or residents. REHAB-322/ AIR 20 will almost always be accompanied by at least one Zone 3 Fire Cadet REHAB unit. As well, when REHAB-322/ AIR 20 is already on an incident or out of service, the Zone 3 Fire Cadets REHAB-302, REHAB-303, REHAB-304, CADET-346 or CADET-314 rigs will already aware and taking the necessary actions to respond to any incidents in South King County area or Mutual Aid beyond our zone. When larger single multi-alarm incidents occur the Rehab units will come together and coordinate to provide the necessary support coverage needed and as directed. Typically, Rehab is necessary for working upgrade alarms, multiple-alarm fires, or larger scale incidents, larger river rescues, long or large Police incidents, Natural Disasters and more that would exhaust firefighters, police, residents and other resources.
WASHINGTON ASSOCIATION OF FUTURE FIREFIGHTERS
“Preparing Today’s Youth, For the Fire Service Tomorrow”
The Washington Association of Future Firefighters serves as a coalition of Cadet and Fire Explorer programs state wide. It provides a group forum to share ideas for improvement and planning and development for new and existing Fire Cadet and Explorer programs throughout Washington state. WAFF is committed to developing pathways for youth to develop their passion of protecting their communities by opening doors to career opportunities in the Fire and Emergency services discipline. The Zone 3 Fire Cadets are members of WAFF, and have a foothold in many of the events, education, scholarships and more that are offered through WAFF. One major event, is the Annual WAFF Muster at the North Bend Fire Training Academy, which allows all Washington State Fire Cadet and Fire Explorer programs to compete in critical training drills with other Fire Cadet and Fire Explorer posts from across Washington State.
Washington Association of Future Firefighters
For More information:
Ph: (206) 396-7711 9am - 5pm M-F
MOUNTAIN VIEW FIRE AND RESCUE
South puget sound Wildfire Hand Team
Mountain View Fire and Rescue employs a combination of career and volunteer personnel who serve and protect a population of over 32,000 people and an area of 70 square miles. Mountain View Fire and Rescue covers the City of Black Diamond, sections of the Flaming Geyser State Park, Muckleshoot Indian Reservation and Pacific Raceways, White River Amphitheatre and much more.
Mountain View Fire and Rescue also has Wildfire Hand Teams, Two (2) Brush Trucks and a Water Tender plus they are members of the South Puget Sound Wildland Hand Team, which employs and trains career and volunteer Wildfire Firefighters in the South Puget Sound region. This is an excellent opportunity for motivated individuals, students, Cadets and Explorers who desire a career in natural resource management to gain fundamental forestry experience through fire crew employment.
The Zone 3 Fire Cadets together with Puget Sound Skills Center Fire and EMS Services have our own: Wildfire Hand Team(s); Brush Truck: BR-348 and 1500 gallon Water Tender: T-348. Mountain View Fire & Rescue/ Black Diamond Fire Department has assisted us in building our Wildfire Hand Team program by allowing our members to apply for a role as a Volunteer Wildfire Team member once they receive their Wildfire Certification, a.k.a. Red Card.
For more information, visit the
South Puget Sound Wildland Teams Facebook page.
POLICE EXPLORER Posts in king county
The Police Explorers are young men and women who have an interest in pursuing a future career in law enforcement. The Zone 3 Fire Cadets often interact with the Police Explorers during flag ceremonies, parades, 4th of July details and more. Our programs look out for each other and ensure success in both disciplines.
Burien/SeaTac Explorer Post #3308
For further questions or information about the Burien/SeaTac program, contact Detective Ricardo Cueva at 206.396.4128, or e-mail email@example.com
King County Precinct 3 Maple Valley
KIng County Police Explorers
Auburn Police Department
Officer Kapule: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kent Police Department
Officer Morrison: email@example.com
Customs and Border Protection - Seattle based
Officer Burke: firstname.lastname@example.org