How much does the training cost?

There are plenty of costs associated with training emergency responders. For our volunteer members, Chesterfield Fire and EMS provides much of that training to you free of charge. We ask that in return for the training you receive, that you will provide service to our citizens by participating with an agency in the county. We offer an EMT class and a fire class each year specifically for our volunteer members, that are delivered in the evenings and on weekends.


There are EMT classes available outside of the fire department that are available for a fee. The costs vary depending on the host organization.


Some are all classroom, and some are “hybrid,” meaning a portion is delivered on-line, and a portion is delivered in the classroom. This hybrid schedule may be more conducive to someone who is unable to commit to a standard classroom delivery.

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1. Who do I contact for EMS billing?
2. Who do I contact for Insurance Service Office (ISO)?
3. Where can I find Fire Fighter Recruitment Information?
4. How do I obtain a copy of an inspection sticker, review a comment and get an inspection remark?
5. What is the minimum age for volunteering with fire and rescue?
6. How much time is required to server as a volunteer?
7. I have a full-time job. How can I volunteer and still work to support my family?
8. How much does the training cost?
9. How do I get a burn permit?
10. Can I burn leaves in my neighborhood and if so when?
11. Are fire pits legal?
12. How do I get help with my smoke alarm?
13. How do I get a copy of a fire incident report?
14. How do I dispose of a fire extinguisher?
15. Where can I find commercial plan review comments and/or inspection remarks for my permit?
16. Where can I find checklist for commercial fire auxiliary permits?