The IAFF is pleased to collaborate with the Montana State Council of Professional Fire Fighters to host FREE peer support and resiliency training in spring 2022. These trainings are made possible by the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services. Classes are offered in both in-person and virtual formats on the dates listed below. Virtual classes are hosted on Zoom. Learn more about peer support training and resiliency training.

Montana Continuing Education Webinars

Who is eligible to attend?

These trainings are available to all Montana fire service personnel. Non-fire service personal, such as 9-1-1 dispatchers, mental health clinicians, healthcare providers, chaplains and spouses may attend as well. All students must live or work in the state of Montana. See other student requirements below.

How do I register?

Individual pre-registration is required by the deadlines listed below. Students will need an IAFF username and password to register. If you do not have an IAFF account, follow the prompts on the registration page to create one (non-IAFF members must also create an account to register).

IAFF Peer Support Training

In Person         April 13-14 | Great Falls, MT
REGISTER by April 12

Virtual              May 9-11
REGISTER by April 24

Virtual              May 16-18
REGISTER
by May 1

In Person         May 31-June 1 | Billings, MT
REGISTER by May 30

Virtual             June 13-15
REGISTER
by May 29

In Person         June 23-24 | Missoula, MT
REGISTER by June 22

Student Requirements for Virtual Trainings

  • Students should be removed from apparatus for the day and be able to fully participate in class.
  • Students must be present for the stated duration of the class.
  • Students must participate from an individual computer equipped with a video and microphone.
  • Students are not permitted to share devices or screens.
  • Students are discouraged from joining from a smart phone as Zoom may lack full functionality.
  • Students are not permitted to login from multiple devices at the same time.
  • Students must have access to high-speed internet.

For more information, contact [email protected].

Who is eligible to attend?

These trainings are available to all Montana fire service personnel. Non-fire service personal, such as 9-1-1 dispatchers, mental health clinicians, healthcare providers, chaplains and spouses may attend as well. All students must live or work in the state of Montana. See other student requirements below.

How do I register?

Individual pre-registration is required by the deadlines listed below. Students will need an IAFF username and password to register. If you do not have an IAFF account, follow the prompts on the registration page to create one (non-IAFF members must also create an account to register).

IAFF Resiliency Training

In Person         April 29 | Great Falls, MT
REGISTER by April 28

In Person         May 19 | Billings, MT
REGISTER by May 18

Virtual             May 23-24
REGISTER
by May 8

Virtual             June 9-10   
REGISTER by May 25

Virtual             June 16-17:
REGISTER
by June 1

In Person         June 22 | Missoula, MT
REGISTER by June 21

Virtual             June 29-30
REGISTER
by June 14

Student Requirements for Virtual Trainings

  • Students should be removed from apparatus for the day and be able to fully participate in class.
  • Students must be present for the stated duration of the class.
  • Students must participate from an individual computer equipped with a video and microphone.
  • Students are not permitted to share devices or screens.
  • Students are discouraged from joining from a smart phone as Zoom may lack full functionality.
  • Students are not permitted to login from multiple devices at the same time.
  • Students must have access to high-speed internet.

For more information, contact [email protected].

Behavioral Health Webinars

Webinars are open to the all fire service personal and the public. Registration is free, but required for all attendees.

Webinar Dates

All webinars will occur at 12:00-2:00pm Eastern Time (10:00-12:00pm Mountain Standard Time).

Questions? Contact [email protected]