Fire Truck Driving Simulators

Firefighter Simulation Training for Colleges and Universities

It takes real experience to build real skills.
FAAC’s Continuum of Training simulation training solutions will help your college or university prepare your students via rigorous, objective, and low-risk firefighter simulation training.
  • Get the tech that drives student enrollment, engagement, and success
  • Kinesthetic learning for the tactical/practical student
  • Scale your firefighter course offerings with flexible and interactive simulation training
  • Get the same training technology used by professionals around the country to train their recruits and provide continuing education for their crews
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“The majority of firefighters are tactical or practical learners. I’ve taught many classes, and application is where the real learning takes place….Now, instead of just doing it theoretically on a piece of paper, a trainer can put that student into action. Put them into the scenario.” (read more)

Phil Duczyminski, Training officer for the City of Novi (Michigan) Fire Department

Continuum of Training for Firefighters

Multiple Simulators, Many Participants, One Scenario

The Continuum of Training is a multi-disciplinary, multiple participant capability for First Responder training. It maximizes participant learning with incremental “simple-to-complex” content-focused student learning. Each of the following training platforms is connected by a single scenario that plays out as in the field.

It effectively simulates both the physical and emotional realities of a complex scenario: multi-jurisdictional incidents or multi-threat situations in a range of weather conditions and settings—airports, railways, industrial areas, city streets, etc. Every scenario is fully programmable and customizable and can be modified as it runs, keeping students on their toes. This offers all the benefits of hands-on practical training in a safe, cost-effective, and easy-to-coordinate setting.



Incommand prepares the commander for decision-making in scene management. This phase will also train other roles for preparation training for a full-scale incident. The simulation allows emergency crews to experience the event as they would in real life. They assess the situation and determine the best response strategy, implement it, and then observe the consequences of their decisions.




Be part of the solution by arriving at the scene safely. Driver training simulators, like the 2View Crew Trainer help identify the individual skills which will be required for the successful, safe operation of vehicles by First Responders. Training in this phase isolates individual skills within single events, coupled with proper judgment and decision-making repetition and recurrence to establish a “conditioned reaction” of fundamental skills.




Flaim Trainer prepares the student for fighting fires on the front line, in a safe, controlled environment by an immersive virtual reality simulation, combined with a haptic feedback system, breathing apparatus, and heated personal protective clothing. The student’s ability to apply technique and accuracy are tested during this phase.




Pump Ops trains firefighters on the safe operation of a pump engine. A “Sequential system” or “Sequential approach” to multi-faceted tasks are required for safe operation. Training in this phase involves an understanding of the “real” situation, such as hose configuration, managing water sources, water flow, friction coefficients, and radio communication.




Rescue is a primary objective at critical scenes. Response engages the student and develops their competencies through practice while preparing the student to have a controlled response to a crisis or medical situation. The simulator uses interactive video to take a student through the scenario, and their actions trigger outcomes that would result.