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Virginia Registration Instructions
Registration will be accepted by the VDFP Division 7 Office. Payment by check must accompany your application; credit card payment can be made via Bookstore, after registration is submitted. (VA Only) Please include copies of class prerequisite (IS 100, 200, 700). Make checks payable to the Treasurer of Virginia or if paying with credit card contact the VDFP Bookstore @ (804) 249-1976, after sending in your application. Deadline for registrations is August 15th, 2018.
For more information please contact the Virginia Department of Fire Programs Division 7 Office at 703-259-3232.
Mail applications and payment to:
VDFP Division 7 Office
4975 Alliance Dr
Fairfax, VA 22030
Special Note: • No refunds afterSeptember 1st, 2018. • To issue refunds to individuals we must have your complete SS # on file. • To issue refunds to localities we must have a W-9 on file.
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When taking courses at the National Fire Academy including our Tennessee/Virginia State Weekend you will be required to furnish the required identification before being allowed to enter the facility.This enforcement requires students from Virginia to furnish another form of ID other than a state issued drivers license/ID Card for access to the facility. Other forms of identification include a valid Federal PIV (Personal Identity Verification) card, military ID (active, retired, reserve, dependent, civilian employee), U.S. passport, U.S. passport card, or Transportation Worker’s Identification Card (TWIC). Individual criminal background (NCIC) checks can be performed, but will require submission of personally identifiable information from the state that would be responsible for collecting and transmitting that information. Possessing a U.S. passport would eliminate the need for repeat NCIC checks upon each visit to campus. State Enhanced Driver’s Licenses (EDLs) designated as acceptable border-crossing documents by DHS under the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative are acceptable for official federal purposes such as accessing a Federal facility or boarding a commercial aircraft. Individual agency policies may still apply.