National Alternative Fuels
Training Consortium

The NAFTC offers firefigher, emergency medical services, and law enforcement first responders courses on alternative fuel vehicle safety. The program also offers a comprehensive courses for those interested in becoming a course instructor.

These three stand-alone courses are designed to educate firefighter, emergency medical services, and law enforcement on how to safely interact with an alternative fuel vehicle involved in a traffic incident. This includes education on the fuels, their properties and origins, how these vehicle differ from conventionally fueled vehicles, and proper, audience specific, procedures to implement when dealing with an accident involving an alternative fuel vehicle. Learn More.

Courses available:

Courses are available on the following topics:

  • Firefighter Alternative Fuel Vehicle Safety Training (8 hours)
  • Emergency Medical Services Alternative Fuel Vehicle Safety Training (4 hours)
  • Law Enforcement Alternative Fuel Vehicle Safety Training (4 hours)
  • Biofuels (biodiesel and ethanol) and Biofuel Vehicles
  • Gaseous Fuels (natural gas and propane) and Gaseous Fuel Vehicles
  • Hydrogen and Hydrogen-Powered Vehicles
  • Electric Drive Vehicles
  • *Important: Training only available to first responder instructors. Instructor status will be verified.

Instructor’s Corner

Download training materials to help supplement your educational courses. To access these materials, you must have previously attended the instructor training.

Instructor’s Corner


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