Updated May 24, 2018 08:04:17The Fire Department of Greater Phoenix issued the certification in September.

The new Firefighter Certificate is required for the Firefighter’s Certification in Fire Protection, Fire Protection Training and Advanced Firefighting Training.

Phoenix is a major fire prevention area and a city that is known for its urban firefighting.

Firefighters and police officers are also part of the force, and the department is looking to attract people with the Fire Officer Certification in the future.

Phoenix Fire Department Chief Jim Gage has said the department has seen an increase in calls to 911 from the recent fire, which was fueled by the presence of an electrical transformer.

Firefighter certificates are issued to members of the Phoenix Fire Department.

There are now three types of Firefighter Certificates:The Firefighter Certification in Safety and Professionalism is issued to firefighters with a Firefighter Basic Training Certificate or the Fire Fighter Basic Training Certification in Advanced Firefighter Training.

The Fire Fighters Basic Training certificate requires a minimum of two years of professional experience.

The Fire Fighters Advanced Fire Fighters Training certificate also requires a basic training in emergency services and fire fighting.

The Professional Firefighter is a Fire Fighters Certificate awarded to firefighters who have at least four years of firefighting experience and at least one of the following qualifications:Advanced Firefighters Training Certificate.

The Advanced Firefighters Professional Certification is a one-year training course that is offered in accordance with the Professional Fire Fighters training requirements.

Fire Fighters are currently in training for the upcoming Firefighter Candidate Program.

Phoenix’s Fire Department is one of seven Phoenix Fire Departments that have been awarded Firefighter certification.

Phoenix received an additional Firefighter certificate on March 15, 2018.

The certification is available only to members who are eligible to become a Fire Department member.

Phoenix also issued two more Firefighter certificates to members on June 29, 2018, on March 30 and April 2, 2018The Firefighters’ Certification in Health Care Management is a four-year certification that is awarded to a firefighter who has completed an approved course in the following areas:The Certified Firefighter in Health and Human Services is awarded when the Fire Department’s Professional Firefighters and Fire Fighters Certificate is completed.

Fire Department officials say the certification is only issued to qualified applicants.

If you’re interested in the certification, call 602-688-2425.