Training Resurrected was founded in 2015 by a couple of passionate individuals who saw a need for a higher level of training.
What started out as a couple of firefighters sketching forcible entry doors on a restaurant napkin, has since evolved into one of the leading forcible entry and fireground training groups in North America.
We have a cadre of dedicated firefighters from across Western Canada who help to keep us driving forward.
Every aspect of what we do, from the instruction to the scenarios and props used in the classes, were developed through first-hand experience and hard lessons learned on the fireground and we work to bring those lessons to our students.
Training Resurrected takes a hands-on and blue-collar approach to all of its classes and is extremely dedicated to delivering the most realistic training available.
Our instructors are committed to the pursuit of excellence in the firefighting craft by continuously learning, teaching, and providing realistic fire ground training that is the best in the field.
James Johnson is a firefighter in British Columbia, Canada. He is part of the Special Operations team. Before becoming a career firefighter, he spent a number of years in the construction industry and completed an apprenticeship and the technical training to become a Red Seal Journeyman carpenter.
Evan Clark has been a Career Firefighter for a Metro Vancouver Fire Department for the last 11 years and counting. His interests inside the Fire Service lie in Forcible Entry, Machine Rescue and Technical Rescue. Prior to making the fire service a career he was a Paid on Call Firefighter for 3 years and spent a brief time in auto mechanics before switching careers to become a steel fabricator.