The San Bernardino Regional Emergency Training Center (SBRETC) state-of-art ARFF training
facility stands ready to train fire professionals domestically & internationally utilizing
the latest in curriculum and equipment, setting the standard in Aircraft and Rescue
Our Training Center features the following:
125’ diameter FAA Compliant stand-alone fuel spill burn trainer. The fire size, intensity,
and extinguishment time are controlled via computer to match the size and index of
Specialized Aircraft Fire Trainer (SAFT). This prop was developed to instruct firefighters
on tactics & strategy with regards to fire extinguishment and search & rescue operations
of disabled aircraft during fire conditions. The following simulations can be created
singly or in combination of one another: fuselage fire with or without flash-over
conditions, cockpit fires, cargo bay fires, two-engine (running) fires, and hot brake
& wheel fire with fusible plug release.
These trainers utilize propane for air quality compliance purposes. Scenarios are
generated through a computer program. Safety features are incorporated with this system
to minimize the possibility of injury to the trainee and instructor while providing
for repeatable scenarios to refine and correct technique.
State-of-art driver training course with sand & mud bogs and side slope road course.
Modern classroom style with enhanced audiovisual capabilities.
Stand alone 727 used for evacuation, Rescue practices, Door procedures and ladder
practice, Hoseline procedures, Cockpit procedures, hazardous materials exercises,
and aircraft construction training.
Apparatus - Rosenbauer 3000 gallon (6x6) ARFF vehicle with handlines, bumper turret,
roof turret, hydro-chem and HRET capability.
The trainer utilizes propane for AQMD compliance purposes. Scenarios are generated
through a computer program. Safety features are incorporated with this system to minimize
the possibility of injury to the trainee and instructor while providing for repeatable
scenarios to refine and correct technique.
Personnel attending classes may wear their respective duty uniform or appropriate
civilian attire. Civilian attire may include casual wear and collared shirts. Shorts,
sweat suits or workout clothing is not considered appropriate attire for the classroom
or worn under personal protective clothing.
The training requires students to function under extreme physical and emotionally
challenging conditions. Participants must be physically and mentally capable of the
training challenges. Students with serious health problems (recent surgeries, heart
problems) should confirm with their health care provider, that they can actively perform
necessary physical activities.
San Bernardino Regional Emergency Training Center 2235 East Perimeter Road, San Bernardino, CA 92408-0216 909-389-3216 or 909-389-3208
The following local hotels are working with the SBRETC to accommodate your needs.
Depending on availability, they have a reasonable government rate or lower. To get
the lowest rate, it is necessary to make your reservations as soon as possible. When making reservations, please let them know you are with the San Bernardino Regional
Emergency Training Center.