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Firefighters must have a high school diploma or equivalent and a valid driver's license to apply for positions with state and local fire departments. Firefighters must also pass written and physical exams, and multiple i...

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Although many training programs vary, most applicants attend around 600 hours of fire academy training and 200 hours of EMT training to become a firefighter; this means it takes roughly four years to become a firefighter...

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The cost of fire fighter training typically ranges between $0 and $6000, as of 2015. Some firehouses require no prior training to become a fire fighter, while others require an associates degree or completion of a certif...

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