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  • California Fire Mechanics Academy (1,832)
    The California Fire Mechanics Academy is dedicated to providing a professional development and training program that will lead to certification by a certifying agency of fire apparatus mechanics based on a system utilizing academy instruction and supervised/structured testing
  • Colorado Fire Mechanics Association (1,008)
    CO-FMA is an organization comprised primarily of Fire Mechanics from Colorado and neighboring states. The purpose of CO-FMA is to train, educate, and share information concerning fire apparatus maintenance and repair.
  • EVTA forum (2,188)
    The newly formed EVTA association has put up a bulletin board system which they hope will serve as a national forum for Emergency Vehicle Technicians.
  • Florida Association of Emergency Vehicle Technicians (1,069)
    The mission of the Florida Association of Emergency Vehicle Technicians is to
    provide the highest level of continuing education and network support to the
    Emergency Vehicle Technician in order to achieve service excellence in
    maintenance and repair of vehicles equipment.
  • Illinois Fire Apparatus Mechanics Association (967)
    IFAMA is a professional organization made up of people who desire to provide the fire service with quality maintenance programs and wish to promote safe and responsible use of servicing of fire apparatus and equipment
  • Northern California Fire Mechanics Association (1,028)
    From the site: "While it would be difficult to state that someone invented the Mechanics Section, it is not hard to say that a need created the first organization of Fire Service Mechanics in California."
  • Ohio Association of Emergency Vehicle Technicians (971)
    We are the Ohio Association of Emergency Vehicle Technicians (OAEVT), a not-for-profit organization formed in early 1992, to serve the Emergency Vehicle Technician (EVT).
  • Oklahoma Association of Emergency Vehicle Technicians (1,051)
    Oklahoma Association of Emergency Vehicle Technicians
  • Texas Association of Emergency Vehicle Technicians (884)
    TAEVT is made up of individuals from all areas of emergency vehicle maintenance. From technicians to management, and from factory representatives to whole companies. Our diversification is what makes us work. 
    A driving force behind all of TAEVT's training events is to prepare technicians for upcoming EVTCC testing.
  • Washington State Fire Mechanics (1,126)
    The mission of the Division shall be to promote standardization of fire apparatus and equipment preventative maintenance; improve safety standards and practices; promote workshops, conferences, and seminars related to the purposes of this Division; and to promote cost savings through standardization of building and equipment purchasing and maintenance.