This is a quick reference as to what community education programs are currently offered by the Alameda County Fire Department. The information will help you, as a citizen, determine what program will best suit your needs. If you cannot find a particular safety education program, or if you have specialized requirements, most programs can be modified to meet your needs.
The Department is committed to the safety and education of the communities it serves. Our goal is to provide every citizen within our district the highest level of life safety awareness training available. We will continually work to spread the message of fire prevention, safety awareness and public education to all members of the community. Certain program dates and times may be limited due to scheduling or instructor availability. These programs may be modified to meet the needs of the intended audience. For more information regarding life safety education and training, please call the Alameda County Fire Department Community Education Hotline at (510) 632-3473 ext. 1321 or (925) 833-3473 ext. 1321, or Fire Administration at (510) 632-3473 or (925) 833-3473.
|Program Name||Target Audience||Audience Size||Length Of Program|
|Community Events / Safety Presentation||All Ages||Any Size||Varies|
|Hands-Only CPR & AED Training||Young Adult/Adult||10||3.5 hours|
|Ride Along Program||Minimum age 16||1||Up to 8 hours|
|Station Tours||All Ages||20||30 minutes|
|Vial of Life||All ages||NA||NA|