Reserve Your Spot at the 2016 NVFC Training Summit

Scholarships available for 2-day training event 
Pre-registration is now open for the National Volunteer Fire Council’s (NVFC) 2016 Training Summit. The Training Summit will take place Friday, June 3, from 8am-5pm and Saturday, June 4, from 8am-noon in Grapevine, TX, in the Dallas/Fort Worth metro area. Scholarships are available for select attendees. Reserve your space today at To apply for a scholarship, click here.   
This is the NVFC’s second Training Summit, which focuses on key fire and emergency service issues relating to health and safety, fire prevention, and staffing and recruitment. The two-day seminar provides an opportunity to share ideas and best practices, network, and participate in valuable classroom training. The conference is open to all volunteer firefighters, EMTs, department leadership, and other fire department personnel from across the United States. Attendees will be able to select six out of 12 breakout sessions to attend; a full agenda, course descriptions, and registration form will be available in February 2016.
The registration fee for the Summit is $75, which includes 1.5 days of training from industry leaders,  electronic copies of presentations and handouts, and some meals. To help more first responders attend, a scholarship is available for select attendees. The scholarship will reimburse up to $500 per person for lodging and transportation expenses, including hotel, airfare, and/or mileage. In addition, the registration fee will be waived. To apply for a scholarship, complete this form. A maximum of two representatives per department can receive reimbursement. To be eligible for a scholarship, you or your department must be a current member of the NVFC. If you are not a member, join at Scholarships will be awarded on a rolling basis, with notifications beginning in January 2016. 
Attendance for the Training Summit is limited, so reserve your spot today. Find out more about the Summit and travel logistics at View a summary of the 2014 NVFC Training Summit here
Questions? Contact the NVFC at 202-887-5700 or