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Since CFITrainer.Net® has been delivering
programs, we have often been asked, “What do I do with the training I receive
on CFITrainer®?” The answer really depends on the user’s needs and where they
are in the profession. The experienced investigator, who holds a certification
such as IAAI-CFI®
or one from another certifying organization, may need the programs for
continuing education or re-certification. The users who are just entering the
profession either on the public or private side may be using the programs to
develop their knowledge of the fire and its investigation.
The IAAI has developed
the IAAI-FIT® (Fire Investigator Technician) credential specifically for
individuals who perform fire investigation functions but may not have the
training and experience - or need - to qualify for the IAAI-CFI® (Certified Fire
Investigator) certification. IAAI-FIT® is designed for those who may be
responsible for the initial origin and cause investigation, or those
individuals in related professions who support the fire investigators at fire
incidents. Selected job performance requirements (JPRs) from NFPA 1021, NFPA
1033 and NFPA 1037 were used to define the requirements for this credential.
The IAAI-FIT® credential allows investigators and support personnel to validate
the training and experience they have attained through training and education
and programs available on CFITrainer.Net®.
For more information on IAAI-FIT® and other IAAI credentials and certifications visit the IAAI at www.firearson.com.