The Innisfil Regional Training Centre (RTC) offers Ontario Fire College (OFC) training and courses based on National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standards. These courses are available to members of any Ontario municipal fire department, whether full-time or volunteer. 

Register for a course

Be sure to sign up early! Courses fill up fast and can have significant waitlists. Please submit your completed application to

Complete the course application form

For more information about cancelling a registration, please review our Cancellation Policy.

Registration fees

The invoice for fees will be sent out at the start of the online portion for blended courses and one week before the start of any in-person courses. In addition to the fees for courses charged by Regional Training Centres, fire departments will be invoiced quarterly the $65 registration fee by the OFC for each student attending OFC courses held at Regional Training Centres. The registration fee is not charged for cancellations received at the OFC a minimum of eight weeks prior to the course.

Meals and accommodations

One meal is included daily with registration in Innisfil RTC courses. Accommodations are not included. While there are no hotels in Innisfil, there are some options just north of us in Barrie. Visit Barrie Tourism's website to browse hotel options.

Course schedule

To provide the high-quality training and educational programs needed for Ontario’s fire services, the OFC continually updates and develops new courses. 

  • NFPA 1021 Fire Officer IV Blended
    • November 14-18, 2022
    • $200 plus HST
  • NFPA 1006 Ice Water Rescue 
    • January 9-13, 2023
    • $1,200 plus HST
  • NFPA 1006 Ice Water Rescue 
    • January 23-27, 2023
    • $1,200 plus HST
  • NFPA 1021 Fire Officer II Blended
    • March 20-24, 2023
    • $190 plus HST

Pre-class materials

Each registered student will receive a redemption code and instructions on how to login and start the pre-class work. It is important that students only use the redemption codes assigned to them to log into the course. The online pre-class must be completed before the start of the in-class sessions. The student’s progress through the pre-class work is monitored and if the student is not completing the required work, the student will be removed from the course.