Candidate Physical Ability Test

CVTC will be offering 2 CPAT tests in the spring of 2023 (Fall 2023 dates TBD).  Please watch the CPAT video on this page to fully understand how our CPAT test works.  The spring 2023 dates are as follows:

BLUE TEST

Orientation                1/01/23    @ 4pm
Practice Test #1        3/01/23    @ 6pm
Practice Test #2        3/08/23    @ 6pm
Orientation                3/15/23    @ 5:30pm

Official BLUE Test   3/15/23     @ 6pm


GREEN TEST

Orientation                1/01/23   @ 4pm
Practice Test #1        3/08/23   @ 6pm
Practice Test #2        3/15/23   @ 6pm
Orientation                3/22/23   @ 5:30pm
Official Green Test    3/22/23   @ 6pm

 

 

To register for the CPAT test, please choose the link below associated with your test selection.  A credit card is required to register for the CPAT test.  If you do not have a credit card, you will need to contact CVTC’s registration department at 715-852-1360 to register over the phone.  On-site payments of any kinds will NOT be accepted.  No refunds will be issued after 4/1/22.  Again, make sure to watch the video on this page to fully understand how this testing process works.

Click here to sign up for the BLUE test

Click here to sign up for the GREEN test

 

Once acquired, here are directions on how to upload your CPAT certification to your application – Click Here

Contact the CPAT test coordinator at FireDeptHire@cvtc.edu or 715-855-7529 with any questions.

CVTC’s CPAT course is located at CVTC’s Emergency Services Education Center at 3623 Campus Road   Eau Claire, WI  54703

CPAT Documents

The following documents are provided by the IAFF/IAFC to better prepare you for your CPAT test.  Please review the Prep Guide and Orientation Guide to better understand the test requirements.

CPAT Preparation Guide/

CPAT Orientation Guide

 

The Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT) is a sequence of eight events requiring you to progress along a predetermined path from event to event in a continuous manner. This test was developed to allow fire departments to find pools of trainable candidates who are physically able to perform essential job tasks at fire scenes.