Goulburn MP Wendy Tuckerman joined volunteer firefighters at Wingello to announce more than $10,000 for Rural Fire Brigades in the Goulburn area.
The funding is a part of the Emergency Services Volunteer Support Scheme (EVSS).
The Wingello Rural Fire Brigade will receive $6613 for new training equipment, including mannequins, a smoke machine and masks for junior trainees.
Volunteers at the Canyonleigh Rural Fire Brigade will receive $2222 and Penrose Rural Fire Brigade will receive $1684 to upgrade laptops, projectors and monitors.
"Our volunteers put their lives on the line to protect life and property fighting fires, undertaking flood rescues and many other feats and it's very important we train, prepare and support them to the job the best they can," Mrs Tuckerman said.
"Upskilling our local brigades with vital IT equipment is part of ensuring our volunteer firefighters have the best support available.
"This funding will give our volunteer firefighters access to the communications technology and efficient online training systems they need to protect life and property in what is shaping up to be a brutal bushfire season."