Emergency Services program

The Firefighter program prepares students for employment as firefighters. Students will learn beginning and advanced structural and wildland firefighting skills and hazardous materials operations.

The DATC is accredited by the Utah Fire and Rescue Academy (UFRA) and the firefighter courses are designed to meet the National Fire Protection Association professional qualifications requirements for certification. Students who complete all of the Firefighter courses will be prepared to earn the following UFRA certifications: Hazardous Materials Awareness, Hazardous Materials Operations, Firefighter I, Firefighter II, Wildland Firefighter I, and Wildland Firefighter II. Through partnerships with the Layton City Fire Department and North Davis Fire District, the DATC is able to provide an exceptional training experience to students.

Program Length
340 hours (6 months)
Building Y-16 Freeport Center
Open Enrollment Year Round
Training Schedule

Training Schedules

Session 01/17/2017

FIRE 1025: Firefighter II

May 20, 2017 - Jun 17, 2017

06:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Tu Th *Sa

*Saturdays: 8:00am - 5:00pm

NOTE: High school students may choose to have a schedule that coincides with the morning bell schedule at their high school. To request early arrival, high school students may visit the Student Services Office.

Adult College Admission Fee
Tuition and Fees
Adult Tuition: Details
High School Students: $287.00
Books and Supplies
Certificate Processing Fee
Pell Grants
Not Eligible
DATC Credentials
DATC Certificate of Program Completion
Industry Certifications
The DATC Firefighter program provides students with the necessary skills to begin employment in their selected field. Students who complete their program will be prepared to take the tests for the following certifications:
Firefighter I
Firefighter II
Hazardous Materials - Awareness
Hazardous Materials - Basic Operation
Placement Rates
Utah Wages
Low Median High
$10.24 $14.38 $23.65
Utah Job Outlook and Work Requirements
Forest Fire Inspectors and Prevention Specialists
High School
  1. Verify you meet program Admissions Requirements
  2. Complete the DATC Admissions Application
  3. Complete the checklist and forms:
  4. Meet with an Enrollment Technician in Student Services and submit the forms and all required admissions documentation. Admission is on a first come, first serve basis.