The Delaware State Fire School is the legislated source of Emergency Vehicle Operator (EVO) training for the State of Delaware.
All operators of emergency vehicles in the state must complete this course and test, before being issued their EVO endorsement card to be taken to a Delaware DMV location to complete the process on their Driver’s License.
There are two options to complete the course. In-Person or Online. Below are the In-person classes for 2021
This course is run regularly during our regular school seasons between our Kent, Sussex, and New Castle Divisions. The classroom session is 6 hours long, in two delivery methods of two 3-hour evenings, or one 6-hour day. This method will allow for questions and interactions with instructors and other students.
Delaware Emergency Vehicle Operator in the Classroom Fall 2023
The course is run monthly from the First of the Month to the Last day of the month. The course is a student self-paced model, to allow the learner to progress as they can online. If it is not completed by the Due Date, the course content will be removed from your Delaware Learning Center Account and will be considered a NO SHOW for not completing the course work before the end of the month as if you missed a classroom session.
Course Registration Form is on our Sign-up for Classes page under Online Training section
Once you have successfully completed either course and the course has been processed, your EVO endorsement card will be sent to you within two weeks in the mail. The Chief must sign it for you before proceeding to any of the State of Delaware DMV locations in the State to receive the endorsement on your Delaware Driver’s License and/or a Delaware DMV issued EVO Card.
You will receive a Non-CDL Class B or Class A endorsement, depending on the apparatus of your sponsoring organization. Here is the procedure on how to obtain your EVO with the list of the sponsoring organizations associated with the issuance of a Class A Non-CDL.