MAFFC 2021 still planned, scaled back due to COVID-19

MAFFC to present online classrooms, limited hot classes, outings

Due to the ongoing pandemic, the 2021 Metro Atlanta Fire Fighter's Conference and its committee are still in the process of developing and hosting a safe, yet educational conference for all those interested. However, the conference will look much different than it has through its first 10 years of existence. 

WHAT THAT MEANS: Classroom sessions will be held virtually this year. MAFFC is looking into having those sessions recorded and being made available for those interested at a later date. 

MAFFC is looking into hosting a few HOT classes during the dates of the conference. We are currently working with host sites and instructors, whiile going through logistical concerns, and safety protocols that follow CDC and State of Georgia regulations, along with those regulations implemented by the local host sites. More information for the limited HOT classes will be made available soon. Check back to this page and for more information. 

INSTRUCTORS: MAFFC is currently contacting instructors who wish to present a classroom virtually. If you have presented recently, and have not been contacted, please e-mail, about setting up a virtual classroom session for MAFFC 2021. 

IN THE FUTURE: Our hopes, given the availability of the vaccine, is to return to a normal, completely in-person MAFFC event in May 2022, with top training and safety being the number one priority.