Next SVFFA Fire School:

The next SVFFA Fire School will be the Fall Fire School in Swift Current, SK on 18-20 October 2019!

Click here for the registration package and start sending in your registrations!

The agenda for the weekend is now available! Click here!

Search and Rescue/Forcible Entry, Confined Space Awareness, and the IAFF HazMat course are now cancelled!

We apologize as we unfortunately had to cancel the IAFF HAZMAT AWARENESS & OPERATIONS course . Due to the logistics of bringing in instructors and materials from across the country the minimum attendance and deadline had to be quite strict.
We can offer 472 HAZMAT AWARENESS which will also have a certification exam in its place. This class will be completed Sunday before noon so travel arrangements will also no longer be a concern.
We are exploring options of possibly hosting an Operations course at one of the future schools if there is a demand.

Click here for pictures from the Pilot Butte Fire School!


Contacting the CISM Team:

If you or your fire department need to contact the Saskatchewan Fire Service CISM Team either call or email:

Phone: (306) 520-3278 or (306) 570-7791



Providing a responsible voice, leadership, and training.

Welcome to the Saskatchewan Volunteer Firefighters Association (SVFFA) webpage. Since September 1990 the SVFFA has been proud to represent and be the responsible voice and leadership to the Volunteer Fire Fighter of Saskatchewan. The SVFFA provides a powerful voice offering Volunteer Fire Fighters the opportunity to shape the future Fire Service of Saskatchewan.



☎ Executive Director - Michelle Williamson
(306) 520-3278


Company Associate Members

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Education and training

The Saskatchewan Volunteer Firefighters Association is proud to be your link to training courses and materials. Through our associations with the International Fire Service Training Association (IFSTA), Saskatchewan Fire Service Instructors Group (SFSIG) and Target Safety you get access to training and educational materials for the fire service and related areas. You can reach professional instruction and materials in areas such as risk management and loss prevention and firefighter safety. Through these resources training becomes more affordable and available to all fire fighters within the province.

Critical Incident Stress Management & debriefing

The SVFFA and Saskatchewan Association of Fire Chiefs (SAFC) have been working together to get this initiative off the ground. Because of the hard work done by the CISM committee, which is made up of members from both associations as well as approximately 40 members who are available to Fire Departments throughout the province who need assistance with CISM/CISD after a traumatic incident. Contact the SVFFA at 306-520-3278 if your department is in need of a debriefing.

The SVFFA Executive

Your Saskatchewan Volunteer Firefighters Association has an Executive with 10 seats:
-Past President
-2 Vice Presidents
-Executive Director
-Training Coordinator
-First Nations Representative
-Manufacturer's Representative
-Industrial Representative
-Communications Representative
As well as 10 Zone Directors, covering all of Sask.


An invincible determination can accomplish almost anything and in this lies the great distinction between great men and little men.
— Thomas Fuller


Let's Chat.

Use the form below to contact the SVFFA for any questions or comments you may have. Please note that this contact form should NOT be used for time sensitive topics as it is not monitored 24/7. If you need to contact the SVFFA for an urgent issue (such as CISM/CISD), please call the Exec. Director at the phone number above.

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