Mission Statement -  It is our mission to offer affordable professional level training, consulting, and continuing education in the fields of modern fire science, fire protection, fire prevention, code enforcement, and emergency response. To serve as a leader in advancing professionalism in those fields by designing and delivering high quality education to prepares members of the fire service for competent practice as firefighters,  inspectors, educators, and beyond.

Vision Statement - It’s our vision; the Fire Code Academy will become one of the premier education and training organizations, using consistent quality assessment and quality improvement strategies through a structured environment with a team of qualified instructors.  


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Click on the Ohio Fire Code and/or the Ohio Building Code icons to view the 2017 Codes Currently in Effect.






The Fire Code Academy (FCA) provides affordable, comprehensive and practical education in the administration, application and enforcement of the Ohio Fire Code, the International Fire Code, NFPA 101, Fire Inspection Techniques, Firefighter CEUs, Fire Service Management & Leadership, OSHA required trainings, and related subjects. The FCA encompasses all major model codes and our training programs are designed for the Fire Service as well as Private Industry (safety and risk management) personnel.


We are committed to excellence by offering exceptional educational programs by providing knowledgeable and experienced instructors and providing opportunities for fire and industry professionals to advance their careers.


Our cadre of “Certified Fire Safety Inspectors” will assist your fire department or private business in conducting fire inspections or risk reduction surveys in your community or on your company property.


For interested agencies; will assist your agency in the management of your fire inspection and/or fire training programs.


For Ohio certified firefighters and fire safety inspectors; programs offered through the FCA meet and/or exceeded the continuing education requirements as set fourth in the Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Sections 4765-20-11 for Firefighters and 4765-20-12 for Fire Safety Inspectors, as approved by the attendees fire chief or a chartered program director.


The best thing about what we do: we bring the training & education to your area of the State.
We can train multiple members of your organization in your community for a fraction of the cost you would pay to send them out of town or provide multiple online memberships.



2017 Ohio Fire Code Update !


This course is required and meets the Ohio requirements for
both affiliated and non-affiliated fire inspectors


December 2017 - Ohio Adopted a new fire code. Ohio law which requires all certified fire inspectors
 in the State Ohio to attend a 4 hour "Fire Code Update" course.


The Fire Code Academy is hosting onsite “Fire Code Update” training programs throughout the State of Ohio in July and August 2018. The training is focused on key important Ohio modifications/changes to the International Fire Code that have been incorporated into the 2017 Ohio Fire Code.  Cost $25.00


This Fire Code Update meets the requirements of Ohio Administrative Code 4765-20-12(E) which requires 4 hours of code update training for fire safety inspectors when there is a new adoption of the Ohio Fire Code. The Fire Code Academy will issue certificates for the update training program through our educational partners and fire program charters (Great Oaks and Cuyahoga Community College).




Need a new 2017 Ohio Fire Code? Discounted "2017 Ohio Fire Code" books can be purchased through our training partner -John D. Preuer & Associates. Click here for pricing Information



November 1, 2018 – Cincinnati - Registration closed

University of Cincinnati - Reading Campus     

2120 E. Galbraith Road - Building A (Auditorium)

Cincinnati, Ohio 45237

8:00 am until 12:00 pm (4 hours) MW




November 5 2018 – New Albany (Columbus) - Registration closes 11/2/2018 at 12:00 PM

Plain Township Fire Department      

9500 Johnstown Road

New Albany, Ohio  43054

8:00 am until 12:00 pm (4 hours) ML (morning session with limited seating)



November 5 2018 – Pickerington area (Columbus) - Registration closes 11/2/2018 at 12:00 PM
Fairfield County Board of Developmental Disabilities

 7140 Reynoldsburg Baltimore Road NW

Pickerington, Ohio  43147

1:00 pm until 4:00 pm (4 hours) ML (afternoon session) 



November 14, 2018 – Goshen - Registration closes 11/12/2018 at 12:00 PM

Goshen Township Fire and EMS     

1849 St. Rt. 28

Goshen, Ohio  45122

8:00 am until 12:00 pm (4 hours) MW




Fire Code Academy Provides Accredited Training




Through an educational partnership with Great Oaks Public Safety Services we are able to provide "Pro Board" accredited training programs. The mission of Pro Board is to establish an internationally recognized means of acknowledging professional achievement in the fire service and related fields.


CEU's for Engineers: All onsite training seminars are now recognized and accepted by American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC).

The Registered Continuing Education Providers Program (RCEP) is a single comprehensive education management system for engineers, surveyors, design professionals and quality education providers. Managed by the American Council of Engineering Companies, the purpose of RCEP is to create a comprehensive registry of quality continuing education providers for engineers and related A/E/C industry professionals.





 Specialized Training for Federal & Military Firefighters



The Fire Code Academy has been selected on multiple occasions to conduct training and educational workshops for Federal and Military Firefighters with the Dept. of Veterans Affairs (VA), the United States Army, and the United States Air Force (ANG).


States housing Federal and Military installations served by the Fire Code Academy include: Delaware, Maine, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, West Virginia, New Jersey, South Dakota, and Montana.


September 1, 2012 - As part of a five year training agreement - The FCA was awarded a contract to conduct training and education for federal firefighters. 



"All of us at the FCA are sincerely honored to have been chosen to provide training and education to our military firefighters, those who currently protect our military, and those firefighters protecting the veterans who have proudly served our great country".  - Randall L. Hormann, President and CEO














Fire Safety Training and Education for High-Rise Building Management




High-Rise buildings need to have properly trained management personnel in charge of procedures and specific responsibilities before the fire department arrives. Management must be properly trained to assist the fire department with Information about the buildings’ fire and life safety systems and have firm accountability of all occupants.

Most Fire and Building Codes defines a High-Rise as a building with occupied floors 75 feet or higher above Fire Department access. High-rises present a specific challenge for emergency planning due to their size.

As and owner, tenant or property manager of a high-rise you are responsible for making sure all visitors, employees and tenants of the building understand fire safety and fire drill requirements. We offer many valuable resources for preparing for a high rise fire emergency.

Our emergency evacuation training presentations are designed so participants get the information they need in a format that is easy to understand and remember during an actual emergency.

We specialize in creating and reviewing emergency action plans and the specific training needed for the High-Rise Building Fire Safety Director, Floor Wardens, and Tenants.  Let us prepare you for and oversee your Code Required Evacuation Drills.





Instructor Employment Opportunities


The Fire Code Academy is currently looking to add contract adjunct faculty to our educational team. We pride ourselves on having some of the best - most qualified instructors for the subject matter being taught. 

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The Fire Code Academy now offers affordable Independent Study / Portfolio work for CEUs


Are you tired of sitting through boring lectures? Not always able to log in for online web based classes? We have the answer to your dilemma. We are the first to offer an Independent Study (Portfolio) type of project for CEUs.


This program emphasizes the creation of an independent body of work providing an opportunity for the student to pursue specific training for certain code enforcement and firefighting related topics.


A majority of the project is founded on the principle of scenario based problem solving and related research.


 Please e-mail us for more information on our portfolio projects.


"My experience with your course was awesome and impressive. The course made you work and think. It really pulled together the importance of how inspectors have the potential to save many lives. I enjoyed working on this course in this fashion" - Lieutenant/Paramedic (Ohio)




The Fire Code Academy's President & CEO contracted by the ICC as a technical expert on the Ohio Fire Code 

Founding President and CEO - Randy Hormann; has been recruited by and agreed to be a subject matter expert on the Ohio Fire Code and work with the International Code Council on training and education projects. 







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   Proud to be a member and past Presidential Sponsor of the Conference

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