First-in training and education

Copyright © First-In Training and Education (FITE)

​​providing modern educational opportunities for aspiring firefighter & emt's.

F.I.T.E. is a Non-Profit Corporation that strives to raise a generation of students that live to serve their communities.
​SCBA/PPE
HEALTH/FITNESS

Our standards are high. Currently we are contracted with 4 of the best known  skills centers in the Washington State:



 

leadership

Welcome to FITE Fire and EMS



 

Fortunately, we are  located in an area that fully supports our program.  The fire departments in Redmond, Bothell, Woodinville, Kenmore (Northshore), Bellevue, and Kirkland (WaNIC), Seattle, and Mt. Vernon routinely offer their stations and equipment for our use.


EMS/PATIENT CARE
MULTI-COMPANY OPS
HAZMAT
LADDER OPS

CLASS FOCUS

F.D. Support

Skills

We are all about building in our students healthy habits that will enable them to be productive members of society and possibly firefighter/EMT's if they choose that direction in life.  To achieve this, we expect our students to be punctual, respectful, accountable, and responsible.  We are raising up a generation of students that live to serve.

Skills Center

First-In Training and Education (FITE) has contracted with one of the largest high school skills center in Washington State (WaNIC) to offer juniors and seniors the best in fire and EMS education.

 

In 1996, Woodinville Fire and Rescue partnered with the Northshore School District to offer a new kind of skills class.  Housed at Station 31, the students were given hands-on training in all things fire and rescue.  This class paved the way for numerous students to be hired by local fire departments such as Northshore, Bothell, Bellevue, Redmond, Kirkland, and others.  


2011 brought changes to the program that included an increase in class time and a move to the Lake Washington School District's new Applied Health Building at Lake Washington Institute of Technology.  At this time, FITE was formed to provide students with the instructors needed to expand the program into its current form.  We continue to have students that are making an impact in the local fire and EMS community.


All of our classes are taught by fire and EMS professionals.  This allows us to pass on current and progressive instructional techniques that we learn on the job.