The new 2016-2017 Ontario Fire College calendar has been posted on the Ontario Fire College website for courses from April 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017.
To locate the calendar go to: www.ofmsps.ca/OFCEM
User name: ofc
Enter the link on the left side of the homepage called “College Calendar” to locate the 2016-2017 copy, and the OFC application form.
We will begin to accept application forms on Monday, October 19, 2015 at 8:00 am. Applications sent prior to this date and time will not be accepted.
Due to an increase in traffic on the website, it may take a moment to gain access to the site, or to open the document.
As the calendar for 2015-2016 contains courses offered until March 31, 2016, last year’s calendar will also remain on the site until it expires.
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Ontario Fire College
Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management
Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services
1495 Muskoka Road North
Gravenhurst, On P1P 1R8
The OFMEM has issued Fire Marshal’s Directive 2015-02 – Report of Fires and Explosions Requiring Investigations. This directive provides direction to Assistants to the Fire Marshal on the reporting of fire incidents in support of the prescribed duties of the Fire Marshal under the FPPA.
The Ontario Fire College (OFC) will be offering challenge exams for Fire Code courses starting in May of 2015.
Candidates from the Municipal Fire Service in Ontario who believe they possess the knowledge and skills may write a challenge exam for the course.
Following an open and public consultation, an independent Review Panel determined on April 23, 2014 that the trade of Sprinkler and Fire Protection Installer should be reclassified as compulsory.
To ease the process of changing the trade’s classification from voluntary to compulsory, the Ontario College of Trades (the College) is taking a two-year implementation approach. During the full two-year period, starting February 2, 2015, the trade will remain voluntary. However, on February 2, 2017 there will be a number of requirements that change in terms of the practise of the trade.
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ONTARIO MUNICIPAL FIRE PREVENTION OFFICERS ASSOCIATION