Fire training structures and facilities in BC & AB
Fire Training Solutions is Western Canada's only manufacturer that specializes in containerized fire training structures. 

About FTS

At Fire Training Solutions we offer the most effective fire structures & equipment: from permanent fire training buildings, to live fire mobile units, confined space trainers, SCBA confidence trainers, flammable liquids and gas trainers. All with one goal: to prepare firefighters with much needed training for real life situations. All our structures follow strict NFPA 1403 & NFPA 1402 compliance, WorkSafe BC,  WCB , and local building requirements.  All our training is done by qualified/experienced NFPA 1041 instructors.


Fire Training Solutions is an incorporated company in British Columbia.  It was founded in 2008 to help meet the need for safe, effective fire training for the changing fire service.  Our dedication to this goal has enabled FTS to become Western Canada's leading supplier of containerized fire training structures.  


As well as permanent modular structures, we offer mobile trailers, flashover simulation, firefighter rescue/ RIT props, roof props, rappel towers, and confined space/ SCBA units.  

We offer start to finish service!  We work closely with our customers to design a project that meets local individual needs at the best price possible. We supply engineered drawings, facility tours, site visits, and experienced guidance.  We build, deliver and do the on-site set up.  On completion we offer a day of "Train the Trainers", to help the department staff familiarize themselves with their new training structure's features and benefits.


Our manufacturing partner is Southland Trailer Corp, Canads largest and most diverse trailer company.  Located in Lethbridge, Alberta, it operates out of their 80,000 square foot facility with 150 employees.  They are certified by the Canadian Welding Bureau, so you know your project is in good hands. 


Mike Bailey, owner of FTS, says “Fire departments do not have the opportunity to train their personnel with live fires often. This is why it is so important to consider training structures.  This helps give the skills that allow the firefighter to do things correctly and more efficiently. A good learning tool”.