Training & Educational Programs
The best way to handle an emergency is to prevent it from happening. If that is not possible, knowing what to do in the event of an emergency is extremely important.
That is why we offer an array of educational programs aimed at improving your safety, well-being and knowledge. Click on a course at below for scheduling and fee information. Or learn about our community programs to the left. We invite you take advantage of these life-enhancing educational opportunities.
Contact Public Relations Manager Susan Lindenmuth to sign up by calling (239) 390-8000.
AED: Automated External Defibrilation
Certification class for use of an AED: Automated External Defibrillator. Continue Reading AED: Automated External Defibrilation
Fire Extinguisher Training
Fire Extinguisher Training for your community, school, or organization. Continue Reading Fire Extinguisher Training
Free Carbon Monoxide Detectors
Estero Fire Rescue is joining forces with other Lee County fire districts to offer free Carbon Monoxide detectors to residents in need. Continue Reading Free Carbon Monoxide Detectors
Fire Prevention & Life Safety Lectures
Fire Rescue personnel can speak on many different fire prevention and life safety topics. Continue Reading Fire Prevention & Life Safety Lectures
Fire Truck Demonstration
We will send out a fire truck to a school or special event to promote fire safety. This program gives the community an up-close look at the tools and equipment that is on a fire truck. Continue Reading Fire Truck Demonstration
The Lee County Juvenile Firesetters Network was implemented to help all juveniles who have been caught playing with fire or starting a fire. Continue Reading Juvenile Firesetters
File of Life
The File of Life is a form you complete with your health history, medications you may be on, who your family doctor is, and so forth. The completed form is then placed in its folder, which has a magnetic panel that sticks to your refrigerator. Continue Reading File of Life
A Safe Place is where any youth can access help at fast food restaurants, convenience stores, fire stations, libraries and city buses displaying the Safe Place sign Continue Reading Safe Place