Online coursework: October 18 - November 9, 2023
In-person field day: One 7-hour day; the week of November 13, 2023
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S-130/190 is designed to provide entry-level wildland firefighter skills, and is often required for participation in prescribed burning activities (Firefighter Type II). Participants will receive federally-recognized National Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG) certificates for S-130, S-190, and L-180.
This course satisfies the fire-requirement for NATA's Certificate in Natural Areas Management (CNAM).
Course topics include:
Presented in a hybrid format (both the online and in-person field day is required)
Prior to the in-person field day, participants MUST complete 33 hours of online coursework across 3-weeks (on your own, with weekly assignment deadlines); reliable internet connection and computer is required.
All registrants must complete the online training provided by NATA (we do NOT accept participants for the Field Day only). Example agenda from Fall 2022: S130/190/L180 Training Agenda 2022Fall
Participants must attend an in-person field day at a location they choose when registering (capacity is limited at each site); no transfers allowed.
$170 per person
There will be a limited # of discounts available for current full-time college students in Florida for $130 (proof of enrollment is required); email Training Coordinator prior to the early registration date.
*EARLY registration is available to anyone who has graduated from one or more of the NATA core certificate courses . Contact NATA Training Coordinator >1 week in advance of the early registration date for early access code.
Natural Areas Training Academy