Massachusetts Fire Academies

The Department of Fire Services - Massachusetts Firefighting Academy provides post-employment training, and as such, a person must be a firefighter to gain admission to the Academy. Applicants to fire academies across the state must be in shape and prepared to train for the CPAT.



Fire Academy NameAddressPhone
The Massachusetts Firefighting Academy P.O. Box 1025 State Road
Stow, MA 1775
978.567.3200
Haverhill Fire Department Training 4 Summer Street
Haverville, MA 1830
978.374.2300
Massachusetts Fire Training Council PO Box 1025
Stow, MA 1775
978.567.3223
Berkshire Community College 1350 West Street
Pittsfield, MA 1201
413.499.4660
Massasoit Community College One Massasoit Blvd.
Brockton, MA 2302
508.588.9100
Quincy College 24 Saville Avenue
Quincy, MA 2171
617.984.1700


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