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Jack A. Proctor VBCA Releases 2018 Training Schedule 

The Jack A. Proctor Virginia Building Code Academy (VBCA) just released it's 2018 training  schedule.  View Schedule Here

All classes are posted and open for registration on the VBCA On-Line Registration System at https://dmz1.dhcd.virginia.gov/BFR/Main/LogOn.aspx. To meet the increased demand the VBCA has increased the Core offerings to six times a year. Core will run once every eight to 10 weeks with classes offered twice in each semester location. In addition the VBCA is pleased to announce its newest certification class, Elevator Inspection, to the permanent schedule. This three-day class is specific to those seeking certification as an elevator inspector however is open to all  looking to increase their knowledge of this area. For more information on this or any other class please contact the VBCA office at VBCA@dhcd.virginia.gov or visit the VBCA On-Line Registration System https://dmz1.dhcd.virginia.gov/BFR/Main/LogOn.aspx.

Charlottsville Fire Department Offers One Day Training Program

Charlottesville Fire Department is hosting a one day training program on Introduction to Sprinklers, Pumps and Standpipes.  This course has beenapproved for VDFP/VFPA Fire Inspector - 1031 re-certification hours.  The course fee is $150 (all AHJ’s are members) and any interested student will need to register with NFSA.  The class  will be held at the Charlottesville Fire Station # 10, located at 2420 Fontaine Ave. in Charlottesville.  For more information or to register, click the link below! 

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Life Member Ernest H. Little 

Honored at 2017 Fall Conference 

President Elaine Gall presented Life Member Ernie Little with a Certificate of Appreciation for his dedication and support of the mission, vision and goals of the VFPA and his service to the Commonwealths Fire Services.  

Ernie has served the Commonwealths Fire Service for over 47 years, starting as a volunteer member of the Sterling Fire Department in Loudoun County, VA in 1970.  Ernie became a paid member of the Prince William Fire and Rescue Department in 1974.   Serving Prince William for 38 years, Ernie retired at the rank of Battalion Chief.  Taking only 16 months off, Ernie returned to work as Plans Examiner for the Prince William County Fire Marshals Office and continues to serve the Department.

Ernie joined  VFPA in 1975 and served the Board of Directors as secretary and long-term treasure. Due to his dedication and support of the VFPA, Ernie was granted "Life Membership" in May of 2015. Ernie has been involved in the development and delivery of the VDFP/VFMA Fire Inspector Program and has instructed various fire inspection and plans review programs across the Commonwealth. 

Featured member

Jeremy is the fire marshal and fire official for the city of Winchester Fire Rescue Department. Jeremy has worked for the city for the past 16 years and has progressed through the ranks from Firefighter/EMS Specialist, Sergeant, Assistant Fire Marshal, and Fire Marshal. Jeremy started his fire rescue service career as a volunteer in Frederick County, Virginia at Greenwood Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company where he currently holds the position of Assistant Chief. 

Jeremy first got involved with VFPA in 2012 when he was elected as a Delegate at-Large to the Board of Directors. Jeremy was elected to the position of Secretary in 2013 and began the process of upgrading and revitalizing the association‘s website. He held the position of secretary until being elected as 2nd Vice President in the spring of 2017.

Latest Edition of VFPA News

The Virginia Fire Prevention is excited to present "VFPA News"; a quarterly  newsletter to keep the membership of VFPA and Virginia's Fire Service and Code Enforcement Communities up-to-date on the activities of VFPA and partnering organizations.  Please feel free to share this with your co-workers, email list, suppression personnel, building department, etc.!  Even print a copy and place it on the bulletin board, coffee stand, break room table...  Help us spread the word of VFPA!  

VFPA News - August 2017.pdf

VDFP Weekly Newsletter!!

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