The SWEVT Conference

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Texas Association for Emergency Vehicle Technicians
Texas Association for Emergency Vehicle Technicians

The 2022 SWEVT Training Conference

​TAEVT offers a low cost, week-long training conference.
The next Conference dates are March 20 - 25, 2022.

The Conference will be held at

The Fort Worth Fire and Police Training Center
505 West Felix St.
Fort Worth, TX 76115

Rooms will be available at
Radisson Fort Worth North at Fossil Creek
2540 Meacham Blvd​. Fort Worth, TX 76106
(817) 625-9911

Standard rooms are available (with breakfast) - $99.
Please register early. We have a limited number of rooms at this rate.

Your registration includes:

  • Low cost training at $400 per person.
  • Access to two EVT special testing sites, on Sunday and Friday of the Conference week.
  • Access to classes taught by professional, factory level training instructors.
  • Access to endless peer networking.

​All training classes will be held at the BOB BOLEN PUBLIC SAFETY COMPLEX in Fort Worth, TX

Conference Schedule:

Monday night - Meet & Greet

Tuesday night - Round Table & Vendor Event

Wednesday night - Banquet, auction, and raffle to benefit Camp Sweeney

Sunday EVT Testing - at the Radisson Fort Worth North at Fossil Creek

Friday EVT Testing - at the Bob Bolen Public Safety Complex

Wives and families are welcome to attend the evening events, Monday-Wednesday.

David Williams Scholarship

In recognition of his ongoing commitment to excellence, we are pleased to present a scholarship in the name of David Williams.

Calling all Technicians!

Enter to win a scholarship from the Texas Association of Emergency Vehicle Technicians for one attendee 2022 SWEVT Training Conference in Fort Worth, TX

The 2022 SWEVT Fundraiser Benefit

We are proud to announce that contributions from the 2022 SWEVT Training Conference will be donated to Camp Sweeney, to help children with Type 1 Diabetes go to camp!

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