"Next Gen" Fire Officer Training & Development

Copyright © Roger Audette
Phone 207 213-4749

Welcome the first fire department from Canada - Grand Falls.

Maine Fire Departments that have participated in Pine Point Fire Training Programs - Boothbay, Medway, Bristol, Monmouth, Winthrop, Newcastle, Bradford, Orrington, Castine, Millinocket, Mexico, Andover, Naples, Sweeden, Sedgwick, Chelsea, Augusta, Pittsfield, Dexter, Detroit, Wales, Greene, Bridgton, Leeds, Sabattus, East Millinocket, Dixfield, Peru, Rumford, Corinna, Sangerville, Canaan, Madison, Anson, New Portland, West Gardiner, Waldo, Liberty, Searsport, Searsmont, Charleston, Guilford, Skowhegan, Calais, Charlotte, Bucksport, Aurora, Penobscot, Orland, Rockland, Owl's Head, South Thomaston, Bath, Lewiston, Auburn, Milo, Dover-Foxcroft, Brownville, Sebec, Hampden, Clinton, Gorham, Buckfield, West Paris, Solon, Brooks, Lincolnville, Franklin, Lamoine, Gouldsboro, Baileyville, Belgrade, Richmond, Bowdoinham, Sorrento, Somerville, Alna, Southport, Breman, Standish, Raymond, Gray, Sebago, Springfield, Pembroke, Cooper, Robbinston, Pleasant Point, Meddybemps, Alexander, Barring, Unity, Prospect, Wood stock, Roxbury, Stockton Springs, Athens, Cornville, Norridgewock, Windham, Eddington, Deblois, Eastbrook, Beddington, Lovell, North Lakes, Fort Kent, St. Francis, Caribou, Allagash, Presque Isle, Mars Hill, Bridgewater, Littleton, Washburn, Mapleton, Van Buren, Stockholm, Madawaska, New Sharon, Greenville,  Topsham, South Bristol, Boothbay Harbor, Waldoboro, Bath, Westport Island, Nobleboro,, Blue Hill, Deer Isle, Ellsworth, Bowerbank, Etna, LaGrange, Staceyville, Sherman, Westport Island, Lisbon, Woodstock, Brooks, Belmont, Freedom Liberty, Waldo, Prospect, Bar Harbor, Solon, Machais, Marshfield, Milbridge, Danforth, Houlton, Mariaville, Mt Desert Island, Southwest Harbor, Trenton, Winter Harbor

156 Fire Departments out of 433 in Maine.

Lead Instructor Roger J. Audette has been in the fire service since 1987. He is currently a Career Fire Chief and previously served for 18-years on the Winthrop Maine Volunteer Fire Department, retiring as Chief in 2005. Roger provides fireground leadership and management programs in the United States & Canada.

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"Dexter, Sangerville and Dover-Foxcroft Fire Departments have all hosted Pine Point Fire Training programs in the Piscataquis County area. All of the programs have been awesome and eye opening presentations".

Matthew Connor

Fire Chief

Dexter Maine Fire Department

Access to fire officer programs in Maine is very tough. The tactics and strategy programs have been a huge help for our firefighters and their ability to make good safe decisions at an incident. We have attended every Pine Point program in our area.

Dusty Kelley

Fire Chief

Bradford Maine Fire Department

We have been able to apply some of the things we have learned at actual incidents. We recently used door control to keep a fire in check until firefighters arrived and were ready to advance inside.

Dan Brooks

Fire Chief

Payson Tucker Hose Company # 1


About Us

Maine is a dangerous state to fight fires in. Fire Officer Training is critically important.


Maine and New England have the oldest housing stock in the nation. Statistics and data indicate that there are more firefighter deaths and injuries per 100,000 fires in the Northeast than any other region in the United States. Homes that were built in the early 1900's as single-family dwellings have been converted over to large multi-family dwellings. New modern homes with lightweight construction and petroleum based materials are being built. Together the mix of old and new pose significant safety risks for firefighters. "We are really at a very critical time in the fire service" said Roger Audette. Fire departments all over Maine and the United States are struggeling with recruitment and retention issues. Responding with fewer firefighters, less experience and little or no training related to managing fire scenes. New research and information from UL and ATF indicate the need for standardized procedures to keep firefighters safe. New protocols and curriculum changes are required to maintain the highest level of firefighter safety.

Let us help you get there. Our programs are easy and delivered on site. A complete list of available programs is available on our services page. For information please call 207 213-4749 or email pinepointftc@yahoo.com