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Firefighters are trained to respond to different types of emergencies, ranging from fires, flooding and chemical spills to car crashes and water rescue operations. Their main aim is to rescue humans and animals from life-threatening situations. Firefighters undergo intensive training in first-aid, safety protocols under different circumstances and the use of firefighting and varied rescue equipment. They work for local firefighting services, the armed forces, airports, and ports.
There are no minimum academic requirements to become a firefighter, though taking subjects such as chemical science, engineering or material science can boost job prospects and open up promotional avenues. Firefighters must have above average physical strength and stamina, excellent eyesight and hearing, be able to think and act quickly under pressure and work well as a team member.
At your interview, the interviewer will want to know more about why you chose this particular path and whether you are aware of the risks involved. To get hired as a firefighter, your replies must reflect your passion and commitment to saving human life under the most extreme circumstances. One way to prepare for your upcoming interview is by thinking about how you will answer some of the questions that interviewers typically ask at firefighter interviews. You can find these questions listed at Mock Questions.