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The Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT) determines if a candidate is physically able to handle the job of being a firefighter. This is a standardized test created by the International Association of Firefighters and the International Association of Fire Chiefs that insures that potential recruits are physically capable of performing the activities associated with being a firefighter. Being a firefighter is one of the most physically demanding jobs there is and the CPAT is a way to determine whether candidates are physically capable of handling the tremendous physical demands required by the job.
Individuals wishing to be hired as firefighters must take the CPAT exam, following a written exam before being hired.
The test locations vary in each municipality.
Candidates need to check with the fire department in which they are applying to find out when the tests are given.
The test is broken down into eight physical activities that must be completed in succession within a specified time frame.
This is a physical test and is graded as pass or fail.
It is important to insure that candidates wishing to become entry level firefighters are physically capable of handling the challenging physical demands of the job.
All eight activities in the CPAT must be completed in less than 10 minutes and 20 seconds.
The test is in English
There is an orientation and training sessions for the CPAT. Some departments offer a practice test and some CPAT testing centers offer a supervised practice test for a fee. Candidates must also be in good physical condition prior to taking the test.
Costs of the test vary depending on location or agency administering the test
The activities are as follows:
Ladder Raise and Extension
Ceiling Breach and Pull
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