Pro Board Accredited Certification
The ProBoard is an international accreditation system for fire service organizations, and it collects firefighter certifications in the ProBoard Certification Registry. A copy of a valid, professionally-issued certification illustrating your affiliation as a Firefighter.
Secondly, is FDNY ProBoard certified? Pro Board® Certification. The Division of EMS is accredited for the Firefighter I and Firefighter II training programs by Pro Board®, an internationally recognized means of acknowledging professional achievement in the fire service and related fields.
Accordingly, what does pro board firefighter certification?
The National Board on Fire Service Professional Qualifications (Pro Board) is an internationally recognized organization that accredits agencies to certify emergency responders to National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Professional Qualification standards.
How do you become pro board certified?
State/Provincial certification agencies, educational institutions, governmental entities, and national organizations may seek accreditation by contacting a Pro Board representative at 413-267-5140 or 617-984-7420 or by going to the Pro Board’s website at www.theproboard.org.
Do pro board certifications expire?
Instead, certificates are issued through an accredited organization such as a training institution or AHJ. Please read the bylaws for Pro Board or IFSAC if you wish to know more about the accreditation process. Also of note, most Pro Board and IFSAC certificates do not expire.
What is Nbfspq?
NBFSPQ stands for National Board on Fire Service Professional Qualifications (Quincy, MA)
What states accept Proboard certification?
States & Provinces Alabama. Alaska. Alberta. Arkansas. British Columbia – JIBC. California. California Specialized Training Institute. Connecticut.
Which organization established the National Professional Qualifications Board?
Joint Council of National Fire Service Organizations
Does Firefighter 1 expire?
Fire Fighter I Expiration A firefighter has an EXPIRED STATUS if the firefighter has not maintained fire service employment over one year from the last date of termination from a fire department.
Do firefighter certifications transfer state to state?
Many states (meaning state EMS agencies) do not accept EMT certificates or paramedic licenses from other states. Even if you do not get your National Registry certification, check with the state EMS agency or the agency you are applying for to see if your EMT or paramedic certificate will be easily transferred.