Southwest Firefighter Training, LLC
Phone: (575) 640-4695

Welcome To SouthwestFirefighter.com!

Southwest Firefighter Training offers high quality, cost effective fire service training solutions. We develop custom courses on topics to meet your department's needs and configured in formats that fit your schedule and budget.

  • Lectures - Cutting edge topics delivered as a seminar. 
  • Clinics - Hands on training sessions.
  • Workshops - Combine classroom theory with hands on skill evolution's and computer simulation labs.


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  • Bruce Brinkerhoff Bruce is a seventeen year fire service veteran. He has worked for career and volunteer organizations. He currently holds the rank of Battalion Chief in the Las Cruces Fire Department. Bruce is a dynamic instructor and proven fireground leader. His instructional focus is Incident Command, Strategy & Tactics and Leadership. Jason Floyd A veteran of both the career and volunteer fire services, Jason started in 2000 as a volunteer firefighter in Dona Ana County, New Mexico. He held every department rank during his ten year commitment. Jason was hired in 2002 by the Las Cruces Fire Department. He has served as a Firefighter, Driver/Operator and Lieutenant on both engine and truck companies. He is an active instructor in engine company operations, strategy & tactics and firefighter survival.

  • High quality, cost effective firefighter training We strive to bring the latest in firefighter training to your department. Our ultimate goal is to provide firefighters with the required knowledge, skills and abilities to survive the hazard zone.

  • Firefighter Survival The modern fireground faced by today's firefighter is the most dynamic and hazardous in the history of our service. The tactics and strategies that are required to succeed and survive have changed.

    Fire department training programs are often outpaced by the influx of research and changing curriculum's. Our cutting-edge training programs will prepare your firefighters and officers for their next call.

Southwest Firefighter Events

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Southwest Fire News

  • Crews from local fire departments battled a blaze near the powwow grounds in Taos Pueblo Monday evening (Sept. 1). The fire was reported at approximately 8:15 p.m. at a barn full of hay. Taos Volunteer Fire Chief Jim Fambro confirmed shortly before 10 p.m. the blaze had been contained. Firefighters from Taos, Hondo-Seco and Río Fernando fire departments responded to the blaze with Taos County Emergency Medical Services personnel, tribal law enforcement and personnel from the war chief's office. - PUB DATE: 9/2/2014 3:11:09 AM - SOURCE: Taos News

  • Labor Day weekend marked the 30th anniversary of one of the worst accidents in the Alamogordo (New Mexico) Department of Public Safety history. What began as a routine call of minor injuries on a highway just outside of town would bring the devastating events that took the lives of two of Alamogordo’s finest. - PUB DATE: 9/2/2014 12:00:00 AM - SOURCE: Sierra Vista Herrald

  • The Las Cruces Fire Department responded to a downed aircraft at the Las Cruces International Airport Monday morning, according to an LCFD news release. Firefighters were alerted just before 8 a.m. to a report of an airplane that crashed on the western perimeter of the airfield. The aircraft rescue firefighting crew based at the airport quickly located the heavily damaged single engine plane and its two injured passengers. - PUB DATE: 9/1/2014 2:05:55 PM - SOURCE: Silver City Sun-News