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Training
Responsibilities
The training division has a Fire Training Lieutenant and an EMS Training Lieutenant.  Under the direction of Battalion Chief Michael Harvey, the Training Division is responsible for the education and instruction of department personnel. Our focus in on equipping our highly trained firefighting and EMS force with the knowledge and skills to protect the citizens and visitors of Daytona Beach.  Lt. Anthony McCulley is tasked with all fire related training while Lt. Richard Williams is responsible for all EMS Training. 

The Training Division has the responsibility to stay on the cutting edge of the evolution of the fire service. Additionally, the division is responsible for:
  • Department-wide training in all aspects of emergency mitigation
  • Federal, state, and local regulation compliance
  • New employee orientation and screening
  • Promotional testing and evaluation
  • Research and development

For more information contact Battalion Chief Michael Harvey at (386) 671-4008.


Training Facility
The department’s Training Tower is located at Fire Station #4 on Mason Ave. This training facility offers the department a safe area to perform training for all facets of the fire service including:
  • Confined space
  • Firefighting tactics
  • High angle rescue
  • High rise firefighting
  • Search and rescue

Continuing Education
Whether it is keeping up with the vast array of required certifications or teaching the classes for necessary live saving knowledge, our training division is constantly striving to improve the level of service offered to our citizens and visitors of Daytona Beach through the education of our personnel.