About Us


A world class Fire and Rescue Training Centre to protect lives, property, and the environment, while enhancing the quality of life and safety through values-driven services.


To provide quality Technical, Vocational and Educational Training programmes in Fire Management to suit the needs of a dynamic socio-economic development in Kenya and the East Africa region.


Our history

Since 2022, Fire and Rescue Training Centre is registered as a Technical and Vocational College by TVETA.  Its three courses: Pump Operator, Water Rescuer and Technical Rescuer received TVETA licences.

Fire and Rescue Training Centre, Kenya (FIRETRACK Centre) was founded with the aim to improve and strengthen the capacity of the Fire Service in Kenya.

This is the place where Polish, Kenyan and international experts exchange their experiences, conduct training in the field of firefighting and rescue as well as test new and innovative technological solutions.

The FIRETRACK Centre was constructed by the Polish Centre for International Aid (PCPM) between 2018 and 2020 thanks to the Polish aid funding – a development assistance programme of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland.

Since then it has been operated by PCPM, and the local partnering Chief Fire Officers Association, Kenya (CFOA-K) in collaboration with the County of Kiambu.

Our facility

Fire and Rescue Training Centre Kenya (FIRETRACK Centre):
  • indoor fire simulator,
  • walls and buildings for ladder operations and rope rescue practice,
  • obstacle course,
  • specialistic firefighting and rescue training equipment,
  • own fire engine manufactured entirely in Kenya.
We have a modern and spacious lecture hall with 50 seat capacity which makes it a conducive learning environment.
Our dormitories with 38 beds capacity are all en-suite and spacious for comfortable stay with both safety and security in check.
Dormitories block
The structure also contains our administration block where our administrators offers maximum support for the entire team
Operations office
Our Drill yard where it all goes down.
Basic firefighting training.
Firefighting during the structural firefighting training.
Firefighters using the obstacle course during the training.
Trainees from Makueni participating in the basic firefighting training.
Basic firefighting training.