Training Catalog

The Training Catalog reflects current courses offered by California Office of the State Fire Marshal | State Fire Training. For each course, you may view a list of available training and request enrollment for any future events.
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Advanced All-Hazards Incident Management –AAIM (2012) - Advanced All-Hazards Incident Management –AAIM (2012) All-hazards complex incident management training for Type-I incident management teams (IMT).
All-hazards complex incident management training for Type-I incident management teams (IMT).
No Course Available
AH-330: Strike Team/Task Force Leader All Hazards - AH-330: Strike Team/Task Force Leader All Hazards This course is designed to provide the skills and knowledge needed to perform in the position of Strike Team/Task Force Leader. Topics include position overview; pre-deployment responsibilities; concept of the position; resource typing standards; pre-dispatch preparation; incident responsibilities; administration; supervision; response; assignment; demobilization; tactics and safety; risk management; entrapment avoidance; WUI; case studies; scenarios; appropriate action vs. freelancing.
This course is designed to provide the skills and knowledge needed to perform in the position of Strike Team/Task Force Leader. Topics include position overview; pre-deployment responsibilities; concept of the position; resource typing standards; pre-dispatch preparation; incident responsibilities; administration; supervision; response; assignment; demobilization; tactics and safety; risk management; entrapment avoidance; WUI; case studies; scenarios; appropriate action vs. freelancing.
No Course Available
Animal Technical Rescue Awareness - Animal Technical Rescue Awareness This course provides the knowledge and skills to prepare a firefighter to respond to an Animal Technical Rescue incident as a single incident accident or as a component of large scale disaster involving animals and human elements and to do so in a safe and effective manner while sharing jurisdictional and functional responsibility with AHJ.
This course provides the knowledge and skills to prepare a firefighter to respond to an Animal Technical Rescue incident as a single incident accident or as a component of large scale disaster involving animals and human elements and to do so in a safe and effective manner while sharing jurisdictional and functional responsibility with AHJ.
No Course Available
Animal Technical Rescue Technician - Animal Technical Rescue Technician This course provides the knowledge and understanding of skills and resources necessary to respond to a ATR incident as a single incident, or as a component of large scale disaster involving large and small animal and human elements, and to do so in a safe and effective manner, with low impact on ongong emergency services operations.

This course also meets and exceeds NFPA 1670 Chapter 17.1 - 17.2 guidelines and covers the most likely animal species that first responders are called to rescue and manage: cattle (beef and dairy), horses, including working horses (police mounts, SAR), companion animals and working dogs (SAR, K-9).
This course provides the knowledge and understanding of skills and resources necessary to respond to a ATR incident as a single incident, or as a component of large scale disaster involving large and small animal and human elements, and to do so in a safe and effective manner, with low impact on ongong emergency services operations.

This course also meets and exceeds NFPA 1670 Chapter 17.1 - 17.2 guidelines and covers the most likely animal species that first responders are called to rescue and manage: cattle (beef and dairy), horses, including working horses (police mounts, SAR), companion animals and working dogs (SAR, K-9).
No Course Available
Auto Extrication (1996) - Auto Extrication (1996) Provides hands-on experience in the procedures and systems utilized during an automobile extrication. Subjects covered include: Auto extrication, types of hand and power tools, removing windows, opening doors, removing roofs, pulling steering wheels, moving foot pedals, raising dashboards, pulling seats, stabilization of vehicles, and simulated rescues of trapped victims.
Provides hands-on experience in the procedures and systems utilized during an automobile extrication. Subjects covered include: Auto extrication, types of hand and power tools, removing windows, opening doors, removing roofs, pulling steering wheels, moving foot pedals, raising dashboards, pulling seats, stabilization of vehicles, and simulated rescues of trapped victims.
No Course Available
Basic Emergency Vehicle Operations (1996) - Basic Emergency Vehicle Operations (1996) This course provides information and skills training. Topics include applicable laws, defensive driving techniques, basic inspection, and maintenance. Each student also has the opportunity to increase his or her driving skills during simulated driving conditions.
This course provides information and skills training. Topics include applicable laws, defensive driving techniques, basic inspection, and maintenance. Each student also has the opportunity to increase his or her driving skills during simulated driving conditions.
No Course Available
Basic Pump Operations (1993) - Basic Pump Operations (1993) This course provides the student with the information and skills training for operating fire service pumps. Topics include types of pumps, engine and pump gauges, maintenance, unsafe pumping conditions, pressure relief devices, cooling systems, water supplies, drafting, and field hydraulics. Each student also has the opportunity to increase his or her pumping skills during simulated pumping conditions.
This course provides the student with the information and skills training for operating fire service pumps. Topics include types of pumps, engine and pump gauges, maintenance, unsafe pumping conditions, pressure relief devices, cooling systems, water supplies, drafting, and field hydraulics. Each student also has the opportunity to increase his or her pumping skills during simulated pumping conditions.
No Course Available
Certification Examination Evaluator Training (2016) - Certification Examination Evaluator Training (2016) This course provides in-depth instruction on the registration requirements for Registered
Lead Evaluators and Skills Evaluators, processes and procedures to request and successfully deliver both written and skills certification examinations, and information on making the transition from instructor to evaluator.
This course provides in-depth instruction on the registration requirements for Registered
Lead Evaluators and Skills Evaluators, processes and procedures to request and successfully deliver both written and skills certification examinations, and information on making the transition from instructor to evaluator.
No Course Available
Chief Fire Officer 3A (2014): Human Resource Management This course provides students with a basic knowledge of the human
resources requirements related to the roles and responsibilities of a Chief Fire
Officer including developing plans for providing employee accommodation,
developing hiring procedures, establishing personnel assignments, describing
methods of facilitating and encouraging professional development,
developing an ongoing education training program, developing promotion
procedures, developing proposals for improving employee benefits, and
developing a measurable accident and injury prevention program.
This course provides students with a basic knowledge of the human
resources requirements related to the roles and responsibilities of a Chief Fire
Officer including developing plans for providing employee accommodation,
developing hiring procedures, establishing personnel assignments, describing
methods of facilitating and encouraging professional development,
developing an ongoing education training program, developing promotion
procedures, developing proposals for improving employee benefits, and
developing a measurable accident and injury prevention program.
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CFO3A0065Fire Instruction07/16/2018 - 07/18/2018
CFO3A0071Waterloo Morada Rural Fire Protection District10/01/2018 - 10/04/2018
CFO3A0070Ontario Fire Department07/16/2018 - 07/19/2018
CFO3A0068Fire Instruction10/08/2018 - 10/10/2018
Chief Fire Officer 3B (2014) - Chief Fire Officer 3B (2014) Budget and Fiscal Responsabilities This course provides students with a basic knowledge of the budgeting
requirements related to the roles and responsibilities of a Chief Fire Officer
including developing a budget management system, developing a division or
departmental budget, and describing the process for ensuring competitive
bidding.
This course provides students with a basic knowledge of the budgeting
requirements related to the roles and responsibilities of a Chief Fire Officer
including developing a budget management system, developing a division or
departmental budget, and describing the process for ensuring competitive
bidding.
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CFO3B0055Fire Instruction07/30/2018 - 08/01/2018
CFO3B0061Ontario Fire Department/Red Helmet Training08/08/2018 - 08/09/2018
CFO3B0063Waterloo Morada Rural Fire Protection District10/24/2018 - 10/26/2018
CFO3B0058Fire Instruction10/29/2018 - 10/31/2018
Chief Fire Officer 3C (2014) - Chief Fire Officer 3C: General Administration Functions This course provides students with a basic knowledge of the administration
requirements related to the roles and responsibilities of a Chief Fire Officer
including directing a department record management system, analyzing and
interpreting records and data, developing a model plan for continuous
organizational improvement, developing a plan to facilitate approval,
preparing community awareness programs, and evaluating the inspection
program of the AHJ.
This course provides students with a basic knowledge of the administration
requirements related to the roles and responsibilities of a Chief Fire Officer
including directing a department record management system, analyzing and
interpreting records and data, developing a model plan for continuous
organizational improvement, developing a plan to facilitate approval,
preparing community awareness programs, and evaluating the inspection
program of the AHJ.
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CFO3C0054Red Helmet Training07/11/2018 - 07/13/2018
CFO3C0056Fire Instruction08/20/2018 - 08/22/2018
CFO3C0063Waterloo Morada Rural Fire Protection District10/31/2018 - 11/02/2018
CFO3C0062Ontario Fire Department/Red Helmet Training09/10/2018 - 09/12/2018
CFO3C0060Fire Instruction11/13/2018 - 11/15/2018
CFO3C0059Central Fire Station #7706/25/2018 - 06/27/2018
Chief Fire Officer 3D (2014) - Chief Fire Officer 3D: Emergency Service Delivery Responsabilities This course provides students with a basic knowledge of the emergency
service requirements related to the roles and responsibilities of a Chief Fire
Officer including developing a plan for the integration of fire services
resources, developing an agency resource contingency plan, evaluating
incident facilities, supervising multiple resources, developing and utilizing an
incident action plan, obtaining incident information to facilitate transfer of
command, developing and conducting a post-incident analysis, and
maintaining incident records.
This course provides students with a basic knowledge of the emergency
service requirements related to the roles and responsibilities of a Chief Fire
Officer including developing a plan for the integration of fire services
resources, developing an agency resource contingency plan, evaluating
incident facilities, supervising multiple resources, developing and utilizing an
incident action plan, obtaining incident information to facilitate transfer of
command, developing and conducting a post-incident analysis, and
maintaining incident records.
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CFO3D0061Waterloo Morada Rural Fire Protection District11/07/2018 - 11/09/2018
CFO3D0058Fire Instruction11/19/2018 - 11/21/2018
CFO3D0057Fire Instruction09/04/2018 - 09/06/2018
CFO3D0055Central Fire Station #7707/23/2018 - 07/25/2018
CFO3D0056Santa Barbara Fire Station 111/12/2018 - 11/14/2018
Community Risk Educator (2014) - Community Risk Educator (2014) This course provides the skills and knowledge needed for the Community Risk Educator to perform his/her duties safely, effectively, and competently by coordinating and delivering existing educational programs and information.
This course provides the skills and knowledge needed for the Community Risk Educator to perform his/her duties safely, effectively, and competently by coordinating and delivering existing educational programs and information.
No Course Available
Community Risk Officer (2014) - Community Risk Officer (2014) This course provides the skills and knowledge needed for the Community Risk Specialist to perform his/her duties safely, effectively, and competently by creating, administering, and evaluating educational programs and information; and managing a Junior Firesetting Intervention Program and the activities of the JFIS I.
This course provides the skills and knowledge needed for the Community Risk Specialist to perform his/her duties safely, effectively, and competently by creating, administering, and evaluating educational programs and information; and managing a Junior Firesetting Intervention Program and the activities of the JFIS I.
No Course Available
Community Risk Specialist (2014) - Community Risk Specialist (2014) This course provides the skills and knowledge needed for the Community Risk Specialist to perform his/her duties safely, effectively, and competently by preparing educational programs and information to meet identified needs; conducting JFS intakes/interviews to determine needs for referral and/or implementing educational intervention strategies; and managing interactions with the media and articulating organizational messages as a PIO.
This course provides the skills and knowledge needed for the Community Risk Specialist to perform his/her duties safely, effectively, and competently by preparing educational programs and information to meet identified needs; conducting JFS intakes/interviews to determine needs for referral and/or implementing educational intervention strategies; and managing interactions with the media and articulating organizational messages as a PIO.
No Course Available
Company Officer 2A (2014) - Company Officer 2A (2014) This course provides information on the use of human resources to
accomplish assignments, evaluating member performance, supervising
personnel, and integrating health and safety plans, policies, and procedures
into daily activities as well as the emergency scene.
This course provides information on the use of human resources to
accomplish assignments, evaluating member performance, supervising
personnel, and integrating health and safety plans, policies, and procedures
into daily activities as well as the emergency scene.
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CO2A0089Fire Instruction07/09/2018 - 07/12/2018
CO2A0096Shasta College10/29/2018 - 11/02/2018
CO2A0095American Health Education10/08/2018 - 10/12/2018
CO2A0092Fire Instruction09/17/2018 - 09/20/2018
CO2A0090Heart Start CPR07/09/2018 - 07/13/2018
CO2A0091North Net Training Center09/24/2018 - 09/27/2018
Company Officer 2B (2014) - Company Officer 2B: General Administrative Functions (2014) This course provides information on general administrative functions and the implementation of department policies and procedures and addresses conveying the fire department’s role, image, and mission to the public.
This course provides information on general administrative functions and the implementation of department policies and procedures and addresses conveying the fire department’s role, image, and mission to the public.
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CO2B0076Fire Instruction07/23/2018 - 07/25/2018
CO2B0082American Health Education09/10/2018 - 09/12/2018
CO2B0083Shasta College11/13/2018 - 11/15/2018
CO2B0079Fire Instruction10/15/2018 - 10/17/2018
CO2B0077Heart Start CPR07/17/2018 - 07/19/2018
CO2B0078North Net Training Center10/17/2018 - 10/19/2018
Company Officer 2C (2014) - Company Officer 2C (2014): Fire Inspections and Investigation This course provides information on conducting inspections, identifying hazards and addressing violations, performing a fire investigation to determine preliminary cause and securing the incident scene and preserving
evidence.
This course provides information on conducting inspections, identifying hazards and addressing violations, performing a fire investigation to determine preliminary cause and securing the incident scene and preserving
evidence.
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CO2C0063Fire Instruction08/06/2018 - 08/09/2018
CO2C0074Shasta College11/26/2018 - 11/30/2018
CO2C0073American Health Education10/22/2018 - 10/26/2018
CO2C0069North Net Training Center11/27/2018 - 11/30/2018
CO2C0068Fire Instruction11/05/2018 - 11/08/2018
Company Officer 2D (2014) - Company Officer 2D (2014) All-Risk Command Operations Course Plan This course provides information on conducting incident size-up, developing and implementing an initial plan of action involving single and multi unit operations for various types of emergency incidents to mitigate the situation
following agency safety procedures, conducting preincident planning, and develop and conduct a post-incident analysis.
This course provides information on conducting incident size-up, developing and implementing an initial plan of action involving single and multi unit operations for various types of emergency incidents to mitigate the situation
following agency safety procedures, conducting preincident planning, and develop and conduct a post-incident analysis.
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CO2D0097Shasta College12/10/2018 - 12/14/2018
CO2D0091American Health Education11/05/2018 - 11/09/2018
CO2D0092Granada Pavilion06/27/2018 - 08/01/2018
CO2D0083North Net Training Center11/13/2018 - 11/16/2018
CO2D0084Fire Instruction09/10/2018 - 09/13/2018
CO2D0085Fire Instruction12/03/2018 - 12/06/2018
Company Officer 2E (2014) - Company Officer 2E: Wildland Incident Operations (2014) This course provides information on evaluating and reporting incident conditions, analyzing incident needs, developing and implementing a plan of action to deploy incident resources completing all operations to suppress a wildland fire, establishing an incident command post, creating an incident action plan, and completing incident records and reports.
This course provides information on evaluating and reporting incident conditions, analyzing incident needs, developing and implementing a plan of action to deploy incident resources completing all operations to suppress a wildland fire, establishing an incident command post, creating an incident action plan, and completing incident records and reports.
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CO2E0041Fire Instruction06/25/2018 - 06/28/2018
CO2E0064American Health Education11/12/2018 - 11/16/2018
CO2E0065Santa Barbara Fire Station 108/06/2018 - 08/10/2018
CO2E0067Shasta College12/17/2018 - 12/21/2018
CO2E0056North Net Training Center12/03/2018 - 12/06/2018
CO2E0055Fire Instruction12/10/2018 - 12/13/2018
Confined Space Rescue Awareness (1995) - Confined Space Rescue Awareness (1995) This course provides instruction in identifying a permit and non-permit required confined space, the hazards associated with confined spaces, target industries and hazards, state regulations, communications, and equipment requirements. This course does not qualify participants to make permit required entries.
This course provides instruction in identifying a permit and non-permit required confined space, the hazards associated with confined spaces, target industries and hazards, state regulations, communications, and equipment requirements. This course does not qualify participants to make permit required entries.
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CSRA0291Victor Valley College08/03/2018 - 08/03/2018
CSRA0294College of the Siskiyous07/03/2018 - 07/03/2018
CSRA0302Roy Wilson Training Center/College of the Desert09/21/2018 - 09/21/2018
CSRA0271San Diego Miramar College06/28/2018 - 06/28/2018
CSRA0270Riverside Co FD/Ben Clark Training Center11/03/2018 - 11/03/2018
Confined Space Rescue Technician (2008) - Confined Space Rescue Technician (2008) This course is an intensive hands-on training program that will prepare you to respond
to confined space emergencies. This course of instruction prepare the student in identifying
confined spaces and permit-required confined spaces, the hazards associated with permit
required confined spaces, target industries and hazards, state and federal regulations,
components of a rescue operation, and the roles and responsibilities of the rescue team.
This course is an intensive hands-on training program that will prepare you to respond
to confined space emergencies. This course of instruction prepare the student in identifying
confined spaces and permit-required confined spaces, the hazards associated with permit
required confined spaces, target industries and hazards, state and federal regulations,
components of a rescue operation, and the roles and responsibilities of the rescue team.
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CSRT0066California Fire & Rescue Training Authority06/25/2018 - 06/29/2018
CSRT0160Milpitas Fire #1/RW Jones & Assoc.11/05/2018 - 11/08/2018
CSRT0159Milpitas Fire #1/RW Jones & Assoc.08/13/2018 - 08/16/2018
CSRT0071Riverside Co FD/Ben Clark Training Center11/12/2018 - 11/16/2018
Employing Audiovisual Aids - Employing Audiovisual Aids (2017) This course covers the principles and selection of media in the instructional process, employment of basic and advanced forms of instructional media, use of computers in the instructional process, and individualized instruction programs. Teaching demonstrations are required of all participants.
This course covers the principles and selection of media in the instructional process, employment of basic and advanced forms of instructional media, use of computers in the instructional process, and individualized instruction programs. Teaching demonstrations are required of all participants.
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EAA0001Mission Ambulance08/06/2018 - 08/09/2018
Ethical Leadership in the Classroom (2007) - Ethical Leadership in the Classroom (2007) This one-day course is designed to provide you with concepts and theories of the ethical decision- making process, help you recognize the signs of an ethical dilemma, identify advantages and disadvantages of ethical behavior, and an opportunity to review examples of classroom situations in which instructors used their leadership role to either encourage or discourage ethical behavior. Participants in this class will examine ethics, values, principles, and morality. State Fire Training's Instructor Code of Ethics/Conduct will also be presented.
This one-day course is designed to provide you with concepts and theories of the ethical decision- making process, help you recognize the signs of an ethical dilemma, identify advantages and disadvantages of ethical behavior, and an opportunity to review examples of classroom situations in which instructors used their leadership role to either encourage or discourage ethical behavior. Participants in this class will examine ethics, values, principles, and morality. State Fire Training's Instructor Code of Ethics/Conduct will also be presented.
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ELC0051Fire Instruction08/24/2018 - 08/24/2018
ELC0052Oxnard College09/21/2018 - 09/21/2018
ELC0046California Fire & Rescue Training Authority12/06/2018 - 12/06/2018
Executive Chief Fire Officer 4A (2014) - Executive Chief Fire Officer 4A (2014) This course provides the skills and knowledge needed for the Executive Chief
Fire Officer to perform his/her duties safely, effectively, and competently. The
overarching themes of this curriculum are recruitment, selection, and
placement of human resources; the development of a positive and
participative member/management program; the establishment and
evaluation of a list of education and in-service training goals; appraisal of a
member assistance program; and the evaluation of an incentive program to
determine if the desired results are achieved.
This course provides the skills and knowledge needed for the Executive Chief
Fire Officer to perform his/her duties safely, effectively, and competently. The
overarching themes of this curriculum are recruitment, selection, and
placement of human resources; the development of a positive and
participative member/management program; the establishment and
evaluation of a list of education and in-service training goals; appraisal of a
member assistance program; and the evaluation of an incentive program to
determine if the desired results are achieved.
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ECFO4A0007Red Helmet Training10/22/2018 - 11/06/2018
ECFO4A0008San Luis Obispo Fire Department/South Bay Regional Training09/24/2018 - 09/26/2018
Executive Chief Fire Officer 4B (2014) - Executive Chief Fire Officer 4B (2014) This course provides the skills and knowledge needed for the Executive Chief
Fire Officer to perform his/her duties safely, effectively, and competently. The
overarching theme of this curriculum is assuming a leadership role in
community events.
This course provides the skills and knowledge needed for the Executive Chief
Fire Officer to perform his/her duties safely, effectively, and competently. The
overarching theme of this curriculum is assuming a leadership role in
community events.
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ECFO4B0006San Luis Obispo Fire Department/South Bay Regional Training09/27/2018 - 09/28/2018
ECFO4B0007Red Helmet Training10/26/2018 - 12/05/2018
Executive Chief Fire Officer 4C (2014) - Executive Chief Fire Officer 4C (2014) This course provides the skills and knowledge needed for the Executive Chief
Fire Officer to perform his/her duties safely, effectively, and competently. The
overarching themes of this curriculum are developing a comprehensive, longrange
plan; evaluating and projecting training requirements, facilities, and
building needs; completing a written comprehensive risk, hazard, and value
analysis; and developing a plan for a capital improvement project or program.
This course provides the skills and knowledge needed for the Executive Chief
Fire Officer to perform his/her duties safely, effectively, and competently. The
overarching themes of this curriculum are developing a comprehensive, longrange
plan; evaluating and projecting training requirements, facilities, and
building needs; completing a written comprehensive risk, hazard, and value
analysis; and developing a plan for a capital improvement project or program.
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ECFO4C0007Red Helmet Training10/24/2018 - 11/08/2018
ECFO4C0008San Luis Obispo Fire Department/South Bay Regional Training10/08/2018 - 10/11/2018
Executive Chief Fire Officer 4D (2014) - Executive Chief Fire Officer 4D (2014) This course provides the skills and knowledge needed for the Executive Chief
Fire Officer to perform his/her duties safely, effectively, and competently. The
overarching themes of this curriculum are developing a comprehensive
disaster plan and a comprehensive plan for the organization to operate at a
civil disturbance.
This course provides the skills and knowledge needed for the Executive Chief
Fire Officer to perform his/her duties safely, effectively, and competently. The
overarching themes of this curriculum are developing a comprehensive
disaster plan and a comprehensive plan for the organization to operate at a
civil disturbance.
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ECFO4D0007Red Helmet Training11/26/2018 - 11/30/2018
ECFO4D0006San Luis Obispo Fire Department/South Bay Regional Training10/22/2018 - 10/26/2018
Executive Chief Fire Officer 4E (2014) - Executive Chief Fire Officer 4E (2014) This course provides the skills and knowledge needed for the Executive Chief
Fire Officer to perform his/her duties safely, effectively, and competently. The
overarching theme of this curriculum is maintaining, developing, and
providing leadership for a risk management program.
This course provides the skills and knowledge needed for the Executive Chief
Fire Officer to perform his/her duties safely, effectively, and competently. The
overarching theme of this curriculum is maintaining, developing, and
providing leadership for a risk management program.
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ECFO4E0007San Luis Obispo Fire Department/South Bay Regional Training11/13/2018 - 11/14/2018
ECFO4E0008Red Helmet Training12/03/2018 - 12/04/2018
FF1-Fire Fighter 1 Certification Exam (2013) - Fire Fighter 1 Written Exam (2013) This certification examination involves completing a one hundred question multiple choice on-line examination.
This certification examination involves completing a one hundred question multiple choice on-line examination.
No Course Available
FF1-Fire Fighter 1 Certification Examination - Fire Fighter 1 Skills Exam (2013) This certification examination involves completing a total of eight manipulative skills comprised of three randomly selected skills and five required (static) skills.
This certification examination involves completing a total of eight manipulative skills comprised of three randomly selected skills and five required (static) skills.
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FF1SE0082Sierra College06/05/2018 - 06/11/2018
FF1-Hazardous Materials Certification Exam - HazMat FRA/FRO Written Exam (2013) This certification examination involves completing an on-line thirty question multiple choice examination.
This certification examination involves completing an on-line thirty question multiple choice examination.
No Course Available
FF1-Hazardous Materials FRA/FRO Certification Exam (2013) - HazMat FRA/FRO Skills Exam (2013) This certification examination involves completing a total of three manipulative skills comprised of two randomly selected skills and on required (static) skills.
This certification examination involves completing a total of three manipulative skills comprised of two randomly selected skills and on required (static) skills.
No Course Available
FF1-Wildland Fire Fighter 1 Certification Exam (2012) - Wildland Fire Fighter 1 Skills Exam (2012) This certification examination involves completing a total of six manipulative skills comprised of two randomly selected skills and five required (static) skills.
This certification examination involves completing a total of six manipulative skills comprised of two randomly selected skills and five required (static) skills.
No Course Available
FF1-Wildland Fire Fighter 1 Certification Exam (2012) - Wildland Fire Fighter 1 Written Exam (2012) This certification examination involves completing an on-line thirty question multiple choice examination.
This certification examination involves completing an on-line thirty question multiple choice examination.
No Course Available
FF1-Wildland Fire Fighter 1 Skills Examination - Wildland Fire Fighter 1 Skills Exam (2016) This certification examination involves completing a total of six manipulative skills comprised of two randomly selected skills and five required (static) skills.
This certification examination involves completing a total of six manipulative skills comprised of two randomly selected skills and five required (static) skills.
No Course Available
FF1-Wildland Fire Fighter 1 Written Examination - Wildland Fire Fighter 1 Written Exam (2016) This certification examination involves completing an on-line thirty question multiple choice examination.
This certification examination involves completing an on-line thirty question multiple choice examination.
No Course Available
Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator - Aerial Apparatus (2015) - Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator- Aerial Apparatus (2015) This course provides information on aerial apparatus preventive maintenance and operations. Topics include routine tests, inspections, and servicing functions on the systems and components unique to an aerial apparatus; maneuvering, positioning, and stabilizing an aerial apparatus; maneuvering, positioning, and lowering the aerial device; and deploying and operating an elevated master stream. This course is based on the 2014 edition of NFPA 1002 Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications.
This course provides information on aerial apparatus preventive maintenance and operations. Topics include routine tests, inspections, and servicing functions on the systems and components unique to an aerial apparatus; maneuvering, positioning, and stabilizing an aerial apparatus; maneuvering, positioning, and lowering the aerial device; and deploying and operating an elevated master stream. This course is based on the 2014 edition of NFPA 1002 Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications.
No Course Available
Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator - Water Tender (2015) - Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator– Water Tender (2015) This course provides information on water tender preventive maintenance and operations. Topics include routine tests, inspections, and servicing functions unique to a water tender; maneuvering and positioning a water tender at a water shuttle fill site; and establishing, maneuvering, and positioning at a water shuttle dumpsite. This course is based on the 2014 edition of NFPA 1002 Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications.
This course provides information on water tender preventive maintenance and operations. Topics include routine tests, inspections, and servicing functions unique to a water tender; maneuvering and positioning a water tender at a water shuttle fill site; and establishing, maneuvering, and positioning at a water shuttle dumpsite. This course is based on the 2014 edition of NFPA 1002 Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications.
No Course Available
Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator - Wildland Fire Apparatus (2015) - Fire Apparatus Driver/ Operator– Wildland Fire Apparatus (2015) This course provides information on preventive maintenance and operation of a wildland fire apparatus. Topics include routine tests, inspections, and servicing functions on the systems and components unique to wildland fire apparatus, and operating a wildland fire apparatus and producing an effective fire stream. This course is based on the 2014 edition of NFPA 1002 Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications.
This course provides information on preventive maintenance and operation of a wildland fire apparatus. Topics include routine tests, inspections, and servicing functions on the systems and components unique to wildland fire apparatus, and operating a wildland fire apparatus and producing an effective fire stream. This course is based on the 2014 edition of NFPA 1002 Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications.
No Course Available
Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator 1A: Driver/Operator (2015) - Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator 1A: Driver/Operator (2015) This course provides information on fire apparatus preventive maintenance and driving/operating. Topics include routine tests, inspections, and servicing functions, operate, back, maneuver, and turn a fire apparatus in a variety of conditions; and operate all fixed systems and equipment on a fire apparatus. This course is based on the 2014 edition of NFPA 1002 Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications. This course fulfills the requirements for a Class C Firefighter Endorsement.
This course provides information on fire apparatus preventive maintenance and driving/operating. Topics include routine tests, inspections, and servicing functions, operate, back, maneuver, and turn a fire apparatus in a variety of conditions; and operate all fixed systems and equipment on a fire apparatus. This course is based on the 2014 edition of NFPA 1002 Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications. This course fulfills the requirements for a Class C Firefighter Endorsement.
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FADO1A0248Victor Valley College06/25/2018 - 06/29/2018
FADO1A0259Sierra College10/22/2018 - 10/26/2018
FADO1A0236Oakland Fire Department07/31/2018 - 08/03/2018
FADO1A0237California Fire & Rescue Training Authority09/10/2018 - 09/14/2018
Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator 1B: Pumping Apparatus Operations (2015) - Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator – Pumping Apparatus (2015) This course provides information on pumping apparatus preventive maintenance and operations. Topics include routine tests, inspections, and servicing functions; producing hand, master, and foam fire streams, relay pump operations; and supplying water to fire sprinkler and standpipe systems. This course is based on the 2014 edition of NFPA 1002 Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications.
This course provides information on pumping apparatus preventive maintenance and operations. Topics include routine tests, inspections, and servicing functions; producing hand, master, and foam fire streams, relay pump operations; and supplying water to fire sprinkler and standpipe systems. This course is based on the 2014 edition of NFPA 1002 Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications.
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FADO1B0138Copper Mountain College07/06/2018 - 07/15/2018
FADO1B0131Victor Valley College07/09/2018 - 07/13/2018
FADO1B0140Sierra College12/10/2018 - 12/14/2018
FADO1B0122Oakland Fire Department09/03/2018 - 09/06/2018
FADO1B0114Oakland Fire Training Division07/09/2018 - 07/12/2018
FADO1B0123California Fire & Rescue Training Authority09/17/2018 - 09/21/2018
FADO1B0115San Diego Miramar College07/09/2018 - 07/13/2018
Fire Control 1: Basic Fire Chemistry (1996) - Fire Control 1: Basic Fire Chemistry (1996) This course is a basic overview of fire chemistry and fire behavior designed for the beginning or a volunteer fire fighter. Includes: Classes of fire, fundamentals of heat transfer, fire characteristics of materials, products of combustion, hazardous and explosive materials, extinguishing agents, size- up, and exposure protection.
This course is a basic overview of fire chemistry and fire behavior designed for the beginning or a volunteer fire fighter. Includes: Classes of fire, fundamentals of heat transfer, fire characteristics of materials, products of combustion, hazardous and explosive materials, extinguishing agents, size- up, and exposure protection.
No Course Available
Fire Control 2: Basic Operations – Structural (1996) - Fire Control 2: Basic Operations – Structural (1996) A hands-on course designed to provide the student with information, methods, and techniques for operating basic fire fighting tools and carrying out basic fire fighting evolutions. Areas covered include Hose, nozzles, and fittings, ground ladders, self-contained breathing apparatus, pump operations in theory, pump operations in the field, and the use of fire extinguishers.
A hands-on course designed to provide the student with information, methods, and techniques for operating basic fire fighting tools and carrying out basic fire fighting evolutions. Areas covered include Hose, nozzles, and fittings, ground ladders, self-contained breathing apparatus, pump operations in theory, pump operations in the field, and the use of fire extinguishers.
No Course Available
Fire Control 3A: Structural Fire Fighting in Acquired Structures (2009) - Fire Control 3A: Structural Fire Fighting in Acquired Structures (2009) This course is designed to develop fundamental skills in combating structure fires by providing the students with a thorough understanding of fire behavior, ventilation procedures and techniques, interior fire attack, and exterior fire attack. In many cases, this will be the fire fighter's first exposure to live structural fire fighting. The structures used in class are generally donated buildings with a written agreement between the owner and the authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) specifying the live fire training that will be conducted and acknowledges the expected condition of the structure upon completion of the training.
This course is designed to develop fundamental skills in combating structure fires by providing the students with a thorough understanding of fire behavior, ventilation procedures and techniques, interior fire attack, and exterior fire attack. In many cases, this will be the fire fighter's first exposure to live structural fire fighting. The structures used in class are generally donated buildings with a written agreement between the owner and the authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) specifying the live fire training that will be conducted and acknowledges the expected condition of the structure upon completion of the training.
No Course Available
Fire Control 3B: Structural Fire Fighting in Live-fire Simulators (2009) - Fire Control 3B: Structural Fire Fighting in Live-fire Simulators (2009) This course is designed to develop fundamental skills in combating structure fires by providing the students with a thorough understanding of fire behavior, ventilation procedures and techniques, interior fire attack, and exterior fire attack using a live-fire simulator. In many cases, this will be the fire fighter's first exposure to live structural fire fighting.
This course is designed to develop fundamental skills in combating structure fires by providing the students with a thorough understanding of fire behavior, ventilation procedures and techniques, interior fire attack, and exterior fire attack using a live-fire simulator. In many cases, this will be the fire fighter's first exposure to live structural fire fighting.
No Course Available
Fire Control 4: Controlling Ignitable Liquids and Gases (2015) - Fire Control 4: Controlling Ignitable Liquids and Gases (2015) This course provides the knowledge and skills that prepare a firefighter to extinguish an ignitable liquid fire, control a flammable gas fire, and develop an incident action plan for a pipeline emergency.
This course provides the knowledge and skills that prepare a firefighter to extinguish an ignitable liquid fire, control a flammable gas fire, and develop an incident action plan for a pipeline emergency.
No Course Available
Fire Control 5: Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (1988) - Fire Control 5: Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (1988) This course provides students with the methods and techniques necessary for crash fire rescue services at airports. Subjects include using conventional fire and specialized CFR apparatus, CFR extinguishing agents, types of aircraft, standby procedures, aqueous film forming foam, dual agent systems, and operations at crash scenes. The 24-hour class delivery includes a live burn.
This course provides students with the methods and techniques necessary for crash fire rescue services at airports. Subjects include using conventional fire and specialized CFR apparatus, CFR extinguishing agents, types of aircraft, standby procedures, aqueous film forming foam, dual agent systems, and operations at crash scenes. The 24-hour class delivery includes a live burn.
No Course Available
Fire Control 6: Wildland Fire Fighting Essentials (1992) - Fire Control 6: Wildland Fire Fighting Essentials (1992) This course provides information, methods, and techniques for the utilization of the California Fire and Rescue Mutual Aid Plan, Incident Command System, wildland fire fighting strategy and tactics, structure triage, terminology, survival skills and operating safely in a wildland fire-fighting incident.
This course provides information, methods, and techniques for the utilization of the California Fire and Rescue Mutual Aid Plan, Incident Command System, wildland fire fighting strategy and tactics, structure triage, terminology, survival skills and operating safely in a wildland fire-fighting incident.
No Course Available
Fire Control 7: Wildland Fire Fighting - Fire Control 7: Wildland Fire Fighting This course provides hands-on experience in fighting wildland or agricultural crop fires. Exercises include: Fire behavior, hand tools, helicopter support, dozer operations, mobile pumping, backfiring/burning out safety, progressive hose lays, water tender shuttle, initial attack, and wildland fire investigation.
This course provides hands-on experience in fighting wildland or agricultural crop fires. Exercises include: Fire behavior, hand tools, helicopter support, dozer operations, mobile pumping, backfiring/burning out safety, progressive hose lays, water tender shuttle, initial attack, and wildland fire investigation.
No Course Available
Fire Fighter Survival (2010) - Fire Fighter Survival (2010) This course was developed in the continuing effort to reduce the number of fire fighter injuries and fatalities that occur on an annual basis and provides a greater understanding how to avoid committing fatal errors on the fireground. Avoiding situations that could cause you to become lost trapped, or injured is the best way to prevent tragedies at a fire scene. Topics include fire fighter survival terminology, developing a survival attitude, increasing situational awareness, and being trained in problem-solving techniques so you can become more self-reliant in an emergency. Case studies will be reviewed to outline factors common in many line-of-duty deaths (LODDs) across the nation.
This course was developed in the continuing effort to reduce the number of fire fighter injuries and fatalities that occur on an annual basis and provides a greater understanding how to avoid committing fatal errors on the fireground. Avoiding situations that could cause you to become lost trapped, or injured is the best way to prevent tragedies at a fire scene. Topics include fire fighter survival terminology, developing a survival attitude, increasing situational awareness, and being trained in problem-solving techniques so you can become more self-reliant in an emergency. Case studies will be reviewed to outline factors common in many line-of-duty deaths (LODDs) across the nation.
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FFS0399College of the Siskiyous07/12/2018 - 07/13/2018
FFS0400Shasta College11/03/2018 - 11/04/2018
FFS0195Riverside Co FD/Ben Clark Training Center10/22/2018 - 10/23/2018
FFS0200San Diego Miramar College06/25/2018 - 06/27/2018
Fire Inspector 1A: Duties and Administration (2010) - Fire Inspector 1A: Duties and Administration (2010) This course provides students with a basic knowledge of
the roles and responsibilities of a Fire Inspector I including legal responsibilities and
authority, codes and standards, the inspection process, confidentiality and
privacy requirements, and ethical conduct, and administrative tasks including
preparing inspection reports, recognizing the need for a permit or plan
review, investigating common complaints, and participating in legal
proceedings.
This course provides students with a basic knowledge of
the roles and responsibilities of a Fire Inspector I including legal responsibilities and
authority, codes and standards, the inspection process, confidentiality and
privacy requirements, and ethical conduct, and administrative tasks including
preparing inspection reports, recognizing the need for a permit or plan
review, investigating common complaints, and participating in legal
proceedings.
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INSP1A0100American Health Education07/09/2018 - 07/11/2018
INSP1A0104California Fire & Rescue Training Authority10/08/2018 - 10/10/2018
INSP1A0102Red Helmet Training06/26/2018 - 06/28/2018
INSP1A0105College of the Desert10/05/2018 - 10/07/2018
Fire Inspector 1B: Fire and Life Safety (2010) - Fire Inspector 1B: Fire and Life Safety (2010) This course provides students with a basic knowledge of
fire and life safety aspects related to the roles and responsibilities of a Fire Inspector I including
building construction, occupancy classifications, occupancy load, means of egress, hazardous conditions, fire growth potential, fire flow, and emergency planning and preparedness measures.
This course provides students with a basic knowledge of
fire and life safety aspects related to the roles and responsibilities of a Fire Inspector I including
building construction, occupancy classifications, occupancy load, means of egress, hazardous conditions, fire growth potential, fire flow, and emergency planning and preparedness measures.
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INSP1B0062Santa Ana College06/27/2018 - 07/02/2018
INSP1B0065Red Helmet Training07/10/2018 - 07/12/2018
INSP1B0069California Fire & Rescue Training Authority10/29/2018 - 10/31/2018
INSP1B0064American Health Education08/22/2018 - 08/24/2018
INSP1B0066Red Helmet Training07/20/2018 - 07/22/2018
INSP1B0070College of the Desert10/26/2018 - 10/28/2018
Fire Inspector 1C: Field Inspection (2010) - Fire Inspector 1C: Field Inspection (2010) This course provides students with a basic knowledge of field inspection roles and responsibilities of a Fire Inspector I including basic plan review, emergency access for an existing system, hazardous materials, and the operational readiness of fixed fire suppression systems, existing fire detection and alarm systems, and portable fire extinguishers.
This course provides students with a basic knowledge of field inspection roles and responsibilities of a Fire Inspector I including basic plan review, emergency access for an existing system, hazardous materials, and the operational readiness of fixed fire suppression systems, existing fire detection and alarm systems, and portable fire extinguishers.
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INSP1C0059Santa Ana College07/09/2018 - 07/13/2018
INSP1C0062Red Helmet Training07/24/2018 - 07/26/2018
INSP1C0065Red Helmet Training08/10/2018 - 08/12/2018
INSP1C0061American Health Education09/17/2018 - 09/19/2018
INSP1C0066California Fire & Rescue Training Authority12/03/2018 - 12/05/2018
INSP1C0067College of the Desert11/16/2018 - 11/18/2018
Fire Inspector 1D: Field Inspection – California Specific (2010) - Fire Inspector 1D: Field Inspection – California Specific (2010) This course provides students with a basic knowledge of a Fire Fighter 1’s field inspection roles and responsibilities specific to California including tents, canopies, and temporary membrane structures; fireworks and explosives; and wildland urban interface environments.
This course provides students with a basic knowledge of a Fire Fighter 1’s field inspection roles and responsibilities specific to California including tents, canopies, and temporary membrane structures; fireworks and explosives; and wildland urban interface environments.
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INSP1D0058Santa Ana College07/16/2018 - 07/18/2018
INSP1D0061California Fire & Rescue Training Authority12/06/2018 - 12/07/2018
INSP1D0063Red Helmet Training08/17/2018 - 08/18/2018
INSP1D0064College of the Desert12/14/2018 - 12/15/2018
INSP1D0060American Health Education09/20/2018 - 09/21/2018
INSP1D0062Red Helmet Training08/07/2018 - 08/08/2018
Fire Inspector 2A: Fire Prevention Administration (2010) - Fire Inspector 2A: Fire Prevention Administration (2010) This course provides students with a basic knowledge of the administrative requirements related to the roles and responsibilities of a Fire Inspector II including processing permit and plan review applications, enforcing permit regulations, investigating complex complaints, recommending modifications to codes and standards, recommending policies and procedures for inspection services, generating written appeals correspondence, initiating legal action, evaluating inspection reports, and proposing technical reference material acquisition.
This course provides students with a basic knowledge of the administrative requirements related to the roles and responsibilities of a Fire Inspector II including processing permit and plan review applications, enforcing permit regulations, investigating complex complaints, recommending modifications to codes and standards, recommending policies and procedures for inspection services, generating written appeals correspondence, initiating legal action, evaluating inspection reports, and proposing technical reference material acquisition.
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INSP2A0013California Fire & Rescue Training Authority07/09/2018 - 07/10/2018
Fire Inspector 2B: Fire and Life Safety Requirements (2010) - Fire Inspector 2B: Fire and Life Safety Requirements (2010) This course provides students with a basic knowledge of fire and life safety requirements related to the roles and responsibilities of a Fire Inspector II including occupancy classification, egress elements, emergency plans and procedures, occupant loads, building construction and fire growth potential.
This course provides students with a basic knowledge of fire and life safety requirements related to the roles and responsibilities of a Fire Inspector II including occupancy classification, egress elements, emergency plans and procedures, occupant loads, building construction and fire growth potential.
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INSP2B0011California Fire & Rescue Training Authority07/23/2018 - 07/25/2018
Fire Inspector 2C: Inspecting New % Existing Fire & Life Safety Systems (2010) - Fire Inspector 2C: Inspecting New and Existing Fire & Life Safety Systems and Equipment (2010) This course provides students with a basic knowledge of inspection requirements related to the roles and responsibilities of a Fire Inspector II including inspection of life safety systems and building services equipment, fire protection systems, and emergency access criteria.
This course provides students with a basic knowledge of inspection requirements related to the roles and responsibilities of a Fire Inspector II including inspection of life safety systems and building services equipment, fire protection systems, and emergency access criteria.
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INSP2C0011California Fire & Rescue Training Authority08/06/2018 - 08/07/2018
Fire Inspector 2D: Hazardous Materials, Operations, and Processes (2010) - Fire Inspector 2D: Hazardous Materials, Operations, and Processes (2010) This course provides students with a basic knowledge of hazardous materials, operations, and processes related to the roles and responsibilities of a Fire Inspector II including hazardous conditions, flammable and combustible liquids and gases, and hazardous materials.
This course provides students with a basic knowledge of hazardous materials, operations, and processes related to the roles and responsibilities of a Fire Inspector II including hazardous conditions, flammable and combustible liquids and gases, and hazardous materials.
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INSP2D0012California Fire & Rescue Training Authority08/20/2018 - 08/23/2018
Fire Investigation 1A: Basic Fire Investigation (2017) - Fire Investigation 1A: Basic Fire Investigation (2017) This course provides information on securing the fire scene and determining the origin and cause of the fire. Topics include responsibilities of a fire investigator, securing the fire ground, conducting an exterior and interior survey, analyzing fire patterns, interpreting individual fire patterns, discriminating the effects of explosions, examining and removing fire debris, reconstructing the area of origin, inspecting the performance of building systems. The 2014 edition of NFPA 1033 Standard Professional Qualifications for Fire Investigator is the basis for this course.
This course provides information on securing the fire scene and determining the origin and cause of the fire. Topics include responsibilities of a fire investigator, securing the fire ground, conducting an exterior and interior survey, analyzing fire patterns, interpreting individual fire patterns, discriminating the effects of explosions, examining and removing fire debris, reconstructing the area of origin, inspecting the performance of building systems. The 2014 edition of NFPA 1033 Standard Professional Qualifications for Fire Investigator is the basis for this course.
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FINV1A0006Red Helmet Training08/27/2018 - 08/31/2018
Fire Investigation 1B (2000) - Fire Investigation 1B (2000): Techniques of Fire Investigation This course provides a deeper understanding of fire investigation and builds on Fire Investigation 1A. Topics include the juvenile fire setter, report writing, evidence preservation and collection, interview techniques, motives, and fire fatalities.
This course provides a deeper understanding of fire investigation and builds on Fire Investigation 1A. Topics include the juvenile fire setter, report writing, evidence preservation and collection, interview techniques, motives, and fire fatalities.
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INV1B0059Heart Start CPR08/20/2018 - 08/24/2018
INV1B0058Red Helmet Training07/23/2018 - 07/27/2018
INV1B0057California Fire & Rescue Training Authority10/22/2018 - 10/26/2018
Fire Investigation 1B: Evidence & Documentation (2017) - Fire Investigation 1B (2017): Evidence and Documentation This course provides information on scene documentation and evidence collection/preservation. Topics include photographing the scene, diagramming the scene, constructing investigative notes, processing evidence and establishing chain of custody, processing victims and fatalities, selecting evidence for analysis, maintaining a chain of custody, preparing a fire investigation report, and disposing of evidence. The 2014 edition of NFPA 1033 Standard for Fire Investigator Professional Qualifications is the basis for this course.
This course provides information on scene documentation and evidence collection/preservation. Topics include photographing the scene, diagramming the scene, constructing investigative notes, processing evidence and establishing chain of custody, processing victims and fatalities, selecting evidence for analysis, maintaining a chain of custody, preparing a fire investigation report, and disposing of evidence. The 2014 edition of NFPA 1033 Standard for Fire Investigator Professional Qualifications is the basis for this course.
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FINV1B0003Red Helmet Training09/24/2018 - 09/28/2018
FINV1B0002Los Angeles Fire Department07/30/2018 - 08/02/2018
Fire Investigation 1C: Preparation for Legal Proceedings (2017) - Fire Investigation 1C (2017): Preparation for Legal Proceedings This course provides information on legal considerations for a court proceeding. Topics include coordinating expert resources, formulating an opinion, presenting investigative findings, and testifying during legal proceedings. The 2014 edition of NFPA 1033 Standard for Fire Investigator Professional Qualifications is the basis for this course.
This course provides information on legal considerations for a court proceeding. Topics include coordinating expert resources, formulating an opinion, presenting investigative findings, and testifying during legal proceedings. The 2014 edition of NFPA 1033 Standard for Fire Investigator Professional Qualifications is the basis for this course.
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FINV1C0001Red Helmet Training06/25/2018 - 06/29/2018
FINV1C0003Red Helmet Training10/29/2018 - 11/02/2018
FINV1C0002Los Angeles Fire Department09/10/2018 - 09/14/2018
Fire Investigator 1A (2011) - Fire Investigator 1A (2011): Fire Origin and Cause Determination This course provides the participants with an introduction and basic overview of fire scene investigation. The focus of the course is to provide information on fire scene indicators and to determine the fire's origin.
This course provides the participants with an introduction and basic overview of fire scene investigation. The focus of the course is to provide information on fire scene indicators and to determine the fire's origin.
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INV1A0096California Fire & Rescue Training Authority09/10/2018 - 09/14/2018
Fire Investigator 2A (1989) - Fire Investigator 2A (1989): Criminal and Legal Procedures This course provides information on conducting an explosive investigation and a surveillance operation, preparing a search warrant, testifying as an expert witness, assembling a curriculum vitae, and properly documenting a criminally caused fire. In addition, each student will be assigned to an investigative team to conduct an investigation of their own criminally caused fire. During this practical exercise, each team will be required to conduct the scene investigation, properly collect and document supportive evidence, prepare their written case report, and present their finding to a district attorney and a judge to review.
This course provides information on conducting an explosive investigation and a surveillance operation, preparing a search warrant, testifying as an expert witness, assembling a curriculum vitae, and properly documenting a criminally caused fire. In addition, each student will be assigned to an investigative team to conduct an investigation of their own criminally caused fire. During this practical exercise, each team will be required to conduct the scene investigation, properly collect and document supportive evidence, prepare their written case report, and present their finding to a district attorney and a judge to review.
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INV2A0052Red Helmet Training08/27/2018 - 08/31/2018
Fire Investigator 2B (1986) - Fire Investigator 2B (1986): Field Case Studies This course provides advanced instruction in fire scene investigation, case preparation, and courtroom presentation. Topics include review of fire scene photography, sketching, evidence collection, interviewing and interrogation, and extensive use of simulations for developing and presenting an arson case.
This course provides advanced instruction in fire scene investigation, case preparation, and courtroom presentation. Topics include review of fire scene photography, sketching, evidence collection, interviewing and interrogation, and extensive use of simulations for developing and presenting an arson case.
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INV2B0010Santa Ana College07/30/2018 - 08/03/2018
INV2B0046Red Helmet Training09/17/2018 - 09/21/2018
Fire Marshal 1A: Administration and Professional Development - Fire Marshal 1A: Administration and Professional Development (2018) This course provides an overview of the knowledge and skills needed to identify the roles and responsibilities of the Fire Marshal, carry out the administrative tasks of managing a fire prevention bureau, and implement and evaluate a professional development program.
This course provides an overview of the knowledge and skills needed to identify the roles and responsibilities of the Fire Marshal, carry out the administrative tasks of managing a fire prevention bureau, and implement and evaluate a professional development program.
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FM1A0002Carlsbad Safety Center08/28/2018 - 08/30/2018
Fire Marshal 1B: Community Relations & Fire and Life Safety Education - Fire Marshal 1B: Community Relations & Fire and Life Safety Education (2018) This course provides an overview of the knowledge and skills needed to manage community relations and fire and life safety education programs including developing relationships; presenting safety proposals; creating media communication strategies and policies and participating in media interviews; creating a collaborative fire and life safety education partnership; managing a fire and life safety education strategy, an organizational awareness campaign, and reports; and implementing and evaluating fire and life safety programs.
This course provides an overview of the knowledge and skills needed to manage community relations and fire and life safety education programs including developing relationships; presenting safety proposals; creating media communication strategies and policies and participating in media interviews; creating a collaborative fire and life safety education partnership; managing a fire and life safety education strategy, an organizational awareness campaign, and reports; and implementing and evaluating fire and life safety programs.
No Course Available
Fire Marshal 1C: Fire Investigation Program Management - Fire Marshal 1C: Fire Investigation Program Management (2018) This course provides an overview of the knowledge and skills needed to administer fire investigation requirements, review documentation intended for litigation or resolution, conduct investigative analysis, manage technical resources, develop and manage a comprehensive investigation program, and construct a resource plan for investigations with allied groups.
This course provides an overview of the knowledge and skills needed to administer fire investigation requirements, review documentation intended for litigation or resolution, conduct investigative analysis, manage technical resources, develop and manage a comprehensive investigation program, and construct a resource plan for investigations with allied groups.
No Course Available
Fire Marshal 1D: Community Risk Reduction Program Management - Fire Marshal 1D: Community Risk Reduction Program Management (2018) This course provides an overview of the knowledge and skills needed to evaluate target risks and emergency incident data; manage a data and information management program; interpret data and information to a conduct risk analysis; create, implement, and evaluate a risk management solution or program, integrate risk management solutions with community stakeholders, and design and implementing facilitation plans.
This course provides an overview of the knowledge and skills needed to evaluate target risks and emergency incident data; manage a data and information management program; interpret data and information to a conduct risk analysis; create, implement, and evaluate a risk management solution or program, integrate risk management solutions with community stakeholders, and design and implementing facilitation plans.
No Course Available
Fire Marshal 1E: Regulatory Programs Management - Fire Marshal 1E: Regulatory Programs Management This course provides an overview of the knowledge and skills needed to manage the adoption, modification, and maintenance of codes, standards, and jurisdictional requirements; manage inspection, plan review, design review, appeals, record-keeping, permit, and complaint reconciliation processes; and manage compliance interpretation, alternative means/methods/materials, and interagency coordination programs.
This course provides an overview of the knowledge and skills needed to manage the adoption, modification, and maintenance of codes, standards, and jurisdictional requirements; manage inspection, plan review, design review, appeals, record-keeping, permit, and complaint reconciliation processes; and manage compliance interpretation, alternative means/methods/materials, and interagency coordination programs.
No Course Available
Fire Mechanic 1 (2004): Fire Pumps and Accessories - Fire Mechanic 1 (2004): Fire Pumps and Accessories This course provides the fire apparatus mechanic with the skills necessary to maintain, overhaul, test, and troubleshoot fire pumps and accessories.
This course provides the fire apparatus mechanic with the skills necessary to maintain, overhaul, test, and troubleshoot fire pumps and accessories.
No Course Available
Fire Mechanic 2A (2004): Fire Apparatus Electrical Systems - Fire Mechanic 2A (2004): Fire Apparatus Electrical Systems This course includes topics on the theory, operation, and maintenance of electrical systems currently being used in fire apparatus.
This course includes topics on the theory, operation, and maintenance of electrical systems currently being used in fire apparatus.
No Course Available
Fire Mechanic 2B (2004): Allison Transmissions - Fire Mechanic 2B (2004): Allison Transmissions This course covers introduction, general construction, and application of Allison Transmission.
Hands-on activities include complete tear down, subassembly tear down, hydraulics, power flows, and complete transmission rebuild. Troubleshooting and maintenance is covered also.
This course covers introduction, general construction, and application of Allison Transmission.
Hands-on activities include complete tear down, subassembly tear down, hydraulics, power flows, and complete transmission rebuild. Troubleshooting and maintenance is covered also.
No Course Available
Fire Mechanic 3A: Ambulance Service and Maintenance - Fire Mechanic 3A: Ambulance Service and Maintenance (2004) Description: This course covers service and maintenance techniques used to maintain engines, drive train, steering suspension, brakes, chassis, oxygen system, suction system, and the air conditioning and heating systems of an ambulance.
Prerequisites: Fire Mechanic 1
Certification: Fire Mechanic III
Class Size: 40
Restrictions: This course is scheduled and taught by Fire Mechanic Academy staff only
Description: This course covers service and maintenance techniques used to maintain engines, drive train, steering suspension, brakes, chassis, oxygen system, suction system, and the air conditioning and heating systems of an ambulance.
Prerequisites: Fire Mechanic 1
Certification: Fire Mechanic III
Class Size: 40
Restrictions: This course is scheduled and taught by Fire Mechanic Academy staff only
No Course Available
Fire Mechanic 3B: Aerial Apparatus - Fire Mechanic 3B: Aerial Apparatus (2004) Description: This course covers physical principles of construction, testing, and preventative maintenance of aerial devices commonly found in the fire service.
Prerequisites: Fire Mechanic 1
Certification: Fire Mechanic III
Class Size: 40
Restrictions: This course is scheduled and taught by Fire Mechanic Academy staff only.
Description: This course covers physical principles of construction, testing, and preventative maintenance of aerial devices commonly found in the fire service.
Prerequisites: Fire Mechanic 1
Certification: Fire Mechanic III
Class Size: 40
Restrictions: This course is scheduled and taught by Fire Mechanic Academy staff only.
No Course Available
Fire Prevention 3A: Hydraulic Sprinkler Calculations (1995) - Fire Prevention 3A: Hydraulic Sprinkler Calculations (1995) This course offers an explanation and analysis of the functions and capabilities of a hydraulically calculated sprinkler system. Participants will learn and practice with the various methods used to perform hydraulic calculations.
This course offers an explanation and analysis of the functions and capabilities of a hydraulically calculated sprinkler system. Participants will learn and practice with the various methods used to perform hydraulic calculations.
No Course Available
Fire Service Labor/Management Relations (2017) - Fire Service Labor/Management Relations (2017) This course provides participants with an overview of labor/management history, stakeholders, roles and responsibilities, and legislation and the tools to initiate and maintain positive labor/management partnerships
This course provides participants with an overview of labor/management history, stakeholders, roles and responsibilities, and legislation and the tools to initiate and maintain positive labor/management partnerships
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FSLMR0002San Luis Obispo Fire Department/South Bay Regional Training11/15/2018 - 11/16/2018
Fire Service Supervision: Increasing Personal Effectiveness - Fire Service Supervision: Increasing Personal Effectiveness This NFA hand-off course reviews basic skills and techniques that will assist the individual to improve personal effectiveness. Topics include managerial style and personal performance, time management, and personal professional development planning.
This NFA hand-off course reviews basic skills and techniques that will assist the individual to improve personal effectiveness. Topics include managerial style and personal performance, time management, and personal professional development planning.
No Course Available
Fire Service Supervision: Increasing Team Effectiveness - Fire Service Supervision: Increasing Team Effectiveness This NFA hand-off course is designed to meet the needs of fire service supervisors and program managers by focusing on improving the manager's skills in relating with others. Topics include motivating others, interpersonal communications, counseling, group dynamics, and conflict resolution.
This NFA hand-off course is designed to meet the needs of fire service supervisors and program managers by focusing on improving the manager's skills in relating with others. Topics include motivating others, interpersonal communications, counseling, group dynamics, and conflict resolution.
No Course Available
Fireline Safety Awareness for Hired Vendors (2011) - Fireline Safety Awareness for Hired Vendors (2011) This course provides an awareness of fireline safety to hired vendors who plan to engage in wildland fire suppression and other incident support activities. Topics include current safety training, relevant policy and procedures, how to recognize and mitigate risk, and maintain safe and effective practices while working under agency supervision on an incident. Upon successful completion of training, participants will receive a course completion card valid for one (1) year from date of issue.
This course provides an awareness of fireline safety to hired vendors who plan to engage in wildland fire suppression and other incident support activities. Topics include current safety training, relevant policy and procedures, how to recognize and mitigate risk, and maintain safe and effective practices while working under agency supervision on an incident. Upon successful completion of training, participants will receive a course completion card valid for one (1) year from date of issue.
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FSAHV0227Contra Costa County Farm Bureau06/23/2018 - 06/23/2018
FSAHV0313Paul Cano06/23/2018 - 06/23/2018
Group Dynamics and Problem Solving - Group Dynamics and Problem Solving (2017) This course is designed to develop leadership skills; group dynamics, problem-solving techniques, and interpersonal relations are utilized in staff meetings, brainstorming sessions, and conference meetings. Skills are developed for conducting formal public meetings, panel discussions, and forums.
This course is designed to develop leadership skills; group dynamics, problem-solving techniques, and interpersonal relations are utilized in staff meetings, brainstorming sessions, and conference meetings. Skills are developed for conducting formal public meetings, panel discussions, and forums.
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GDAPS0001Mission Ambulance07/23/2018 - 07/26/2018
Hazardous Materials First Responder Awareness Level (2007) - Hazardous Materials First Responder Awareness Level (2007) Hazardous Materials notification and reporting requirements for Fire Department personnel who may witness or discover a Hazardous Materials Leak, spill, or discharge. Meets the requirements of CFR 29 1910.120 and CCR Title 8.
Hazardous Materials notification and reporting requirements for Fire Department personnel who may witness or discover a Hazardous Materials Leak, spill, or discharge. Meets the requirements of CFR 29 1910.120 and CCR Title 8.
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HMFRA0028College of the Desert12/16/2018 - 12/16/2018
HMFRA0027Red Helmet Training08/19/2018 - 08/19/2018
Hazardous Materials First Responder Operational Level (2007) - Hazardous Materials First Responder Operational Level (2007) Fire department personnel who may respond to releases or potential releases of hazardous materials as part of the initial response to the site for the purpose of protecting nearby persons, property, or the environment from the effects of the release.
Fire department personnel who may respond to releases or potential releases of hazardous materials as part of the initial response to the site for the purpose of protecting nearby persons, property, or the environment from the effects of the release.
No Course Available
Hazardous Materials First Responder Operational Level, Decontamination (2007) - Hazardous Materials First Responder Operational Level, Decontamination (2007) This course will provide the haz mat emergency responder with the processes used in decontamination and methods to limit the spread of hazardous materials contamination in a safe and competent manner.
This course will provide the haz mat emergency responder with the processes used in decontamination and methods to limit the spread of hazardous materials contamination in a safe and competent manner.
No Course Available
I-200: Basic ICS (2006) - I-200: Basic ICS (2006) This course introduces students to the principles of the Incident Command System (ICS) associated with incident-related performance. Topics include leadership and management, delegation of authority and management by objectives, functional areas and positions, briefings, organizational flexibility, transitions and transfers.
This course introduces students to the principles of the Incident Command System (ICS) associated with incident-related performance. Topics include leadership and management, delegation of authority and management by objectives, functional areas and positions, briefings, organizational flexibility, transitions and transfers.
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I2000099SoCal Fire Training06/25/2018 - 06/26/2018
I2000096Victor Valley College08/04/2018 - 08/05/2018
I-300: Intermediate ICS (2007) - I-300: Intermediate ICS (2007) This course provides description and detail of the Incident Command System (ICS) organization and operations in supervisory roles on expanding or Type 3 incidents. Topics include: ICS fundamentals review, incident/event assessment and agency guidance in establishing incident objectives, Unified Command, incident resource management, planning process, demobilization, transfer of command, and close out.
This course provides description and detail of the Incident Command System (ICS) organization and operations in supervisory roles on expanding or Type 3 incidents. Topics include: ICS fundamentals review, incident/event assessment and agency guidance in establishing incident objectives, Unified Command, incident resource management, planning process, demobilization, transfer of command, and close out.
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I3000083Fire Instruction08/13/2018 - 08/15/2018
I3000097Paso Robles Fire Station/South Bay Regional Training09/10/2018 - 09/12/2018
I3000094Red Helmet Training06/25/2018 - 06/27/2018
I-400: Advanced ICS (2006) - I-400: Advanced ICS (2006) This course directs the student towards an operational understanding of large single-agency and complex multi-agency/multi-jurisdictional incident responses. Topics include fundamentals review for command and general staff, major and/or complex incident/event management, area command, and multi-agency coordination.
This course directs the student towards an operational understanding of large single-agency and complex multi-agency/multi-jurisdictional incident responses. Topics include fundamentals review for command and general staff, major and/or complex incident/event management, area command, and multi-agency coordination.
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I-4000025Fire Instruction08/16/2018 - 08/17/2018
I-4000064Red Helmet Training12/19/2018 - 12/20/2018
I-4000063Paso Robles Fire Station/South Bay Regional Training09/13/2018 - 09/14/2018
Incident Management of High Rise Fires - Incident Management of High Rise Fires This course provides knowledge, skills, and abilities required for those managing incidents occurring in large, multistory buildings. These incidents may present significant management, logistical, and safety challenges to emergency personnel. The size and complexity of the interior spaces; limited, sometimes arduous access; extended travel and response times; and the concentrated occupant load with egress challenges all contribute to the problems faced by emergency responders. Additionally, most high-rise structures are equipped with various environmental, fire protection, and life-safety systems that require support and control. Successful emergency operations in these types of buildings also require preplanning and technical competence on the part of the emergency responders.
This course provides knowledge, skills, and abilities required for those managing incidents occurring in large, multistory buildings. These incidents may present significant management, logistical, and safety challenges to emergency personnel. The size and complexity of the interior spaces; limited, sometimes arduous access; extended travel and response times; and the concentrated occupant load with egress challenges all contribute to the problems faced by emergency responders. Additionally, most high-rise structures are equipped with various environmental, fire protection, and life-safety systems that require support and control. Successful emergency operations in these types of buildings also require preplanning and technical competence on the part of the emergency responders.
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Incident Management of Major Fires (2015) - Incident Management of Major Fires (2015) This course provides knowledge, skills, and abilities for those who are responsible for command and control of dynamic and complex fireground emergencies.
This course provides knowledge, skills, and abilities for those who are responsible for command and control of dynamic and complex fireground emergencies.
No Course Available
Instructional Techniques for Company Officers - Instructional Techniques for Company Officers This NFA hand-off course covers basic instructional concepts and techniques, effective communication, teaching from lesson plans, and methods of instruction with an emphasis on skills training and adult learning.
This NFA hand-off course covers basic instructional concepts and techniques, effective communication, teaching from lesson plans, and methods of instruction with an emphasis on skills training and adult learning.
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Instructor - Instructor I: Instructional Methodology (2014) This command level awareness course provides students with the terminology and methodology that is employed during a RIC deployment. Classroom simulations based on case studies allow students to participate in simulated RIC deployments. Students who wish to progress to the operational level may initiate a task book for additional experience.
This command level awareness course provides students with the terminology and methodology that is employed during a RIC deployment. Classroom simulations based on case studies allow students to participate in simulated RIC deployments. Students who wish to progress to the operational level may initiate a task book for additional experience.
No Course Available
Instructor 1 (2012) - Instructor 1 (2012) This course provides the skills and knowledge needed for the entry level
professional instructor to perform his or her duties safely, effectively, and
competently. The curriculum is based on the 2012 edition of NFPA 1041
Standard for Fire Service Instructor Professional Qualifications. At the end of
this course, candidates for Instructor I certification will be able to teach and
deliver instruction from a prepared lesson plan utilizing instructional aids and
evaluation instruments. The Instructor I will also be able to adapt a lesson
plan and complete the reporting requirements to the local jurisdiction.
This course provides the skills and knowledge needed for the entry level
professional instructor to perform his or her duties safely, effectively, and
competently. The curriculum is based on the 2012 edition of NFPA 1041
Standard for Fire Service Instructor Professional Qualifications. At the end of
this course, candidates for Instructor I certification will be able to teach and
deliver instruction from a prepared lesson plan utilizing instructional aids and
evaluation instruments. The Instructor I will also be able to adapt a lesson
plan and complete the reporting requirements to the local jurisdiction.
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INST10126Fire Instruction08/27/2018 - 08/30/2018
INST10143American Health Education09/24/2018 - 09/28/2018
INST10147Folsom Fire Department09/17/2018 - 09/20/2018
INST10148Fullerton Fire Station 610/15/2018 - 10/18/2018
INST10149Folsom Fire Department11/12/2018 - 11/15/2018
INST10151Rowland Fire09/08/2018 - 09/16/2018
INST10139California Fire & Rescue Training Authority11/26/2018 - 11/30/2018
INST10136Merced County Castle Training09/24/2018 - 09/28/2018
INST10137Fire Instruction10/22/2018 - 10/25/2018
INST10140City College of San Francisco10/15/2018 - 10/31/2018
INST10133California Fire & Rescue Training Authority10/15/2018 - 10/19/2018
Instructor 3 (2012) - Instructor 3 (2012) This course provides information on planning, developing, and implementing
comprehensive programs and curricula. Topics include instructional
development, program management, program and instructor evaluation, and
test reliability and validity. The curriculum is based on the 2012 edition of
NFPA 1041 Standard for Fire Service Instructor Professional Qualifications.
This course provides information on planning, developing, and implementing
comprehensive programs and curricula. Topics include instructional
development, program management, program and instructor evaluation, and
test reliability and validity. The curriculum is based on the 2012 edition of
NFPA 1041 Standard for Fire Service Instructor Professional Qualifications.
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INST30009Los Angeles County Fire Department08/20/2018 - 08/24/2018
INST30010Fire Instruction12/17/2018 - 12/20/2018
Instructor Update Course - Instructor Update Course
No Course Available
Large Animal Rescue Operational (2003) - Large Animal Rescue Operational (2003) Fire departments are beginning to play a vital role in large animal rescues. Moreover, since these rescues can be a hazardous activity and pose a risk of serious injury or death, the safety of rescuers must be the first priority. This course provides the knowledge and skills necessary so responders can work in "concert" with each other, guided by an understanding of horse characteristics and behavior.
Fire departments are beginning to play a vital role in large animal rescues. Moreover, since these rescues can be a hazardous activity and pose a risk of serious injury or death, the safety of rescuers must be the first priority. This course provides the knowledge and skills necessary so responders can work in "concert" with each other, guided by an understanding of horse characteristics and behavior.
No Course Available
Low Angle Rope Rescue Operational (2007) - Low Angle Rope Rescue Operational (2007) Designed to equip the student with the techniques and methods for using rope, webbing, hardware friction devices, litters in low angle rescue situations. Areas covered include rope and related equipment, anchor systems, safety lines, stretcher lashing and rigging, mechanical advantage systems, and single-line and two-line rescue systems.
Designed to equip the student with the techniques and methods for using rope, webbing, hardware friction devices, litters in low angle rescue situations. Areas covered include rope and related equipment, anchor systems, safety lines, stretcher lashing and rigging, mechanical advantage systems, and single-line and two-line rescue systems.
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LARRO0341Shasta College10/19/2018 - 10/21/2018
LARRO0329Sierra College09/21/2018 - 09/23/2018
LARRO0232Riverside Co FD/Ben Clark Training Center10/18/2018 - 10/20/2018
Motion Picture/Television - Fire Safety Officer - Motion Picture/Television - Fire Safety Officer This course provides the student with a basic knowledge of film production fire safety, both on the studio lot and location filming. Areas covered include: filming and fire code permits, licensing, safety officer responsibilities, who's who on location, fire safety hazards associated with lighting, generators, electrical cabling, set construction, studio and warehouse filming, pyrotechnic special effects laws and regulations (handling, use, storage and transportation) and stunt safety.
In addition, the training incorporates live pyrotechnic special effects and stunt demonstrations, special guest speakers, product orientation and slides and videos from many different films.
This course provides the student with a basic knowledge of film production fire safety, both on the studio lot and location filming. Areas covered include: filming and fire code permits, licensing, safety officer responsibilities, who's who on location, fire safety hazards associated with lighting, generators, electrical cabling, set construction, studio and warehouse filming, pyrotechnic special effects laws and regulations (handling, use, storage and transportation) and stunt safety.
In addition, the training incorporates live pyrotechnic special effects and stunt demonstrations, special guest speakers, product orientation and slides and videos from many different films.
No Course Available
Open Water Rescuer – Basic (2014) - Open Water Rescuer – Basic (2014) This course provides detailed information, and the skills training required, to improve an individual’s level of comfort and confidence for safely and proficiently performing contact rescues in static and surf water conditions. Safety is strongly emphasized throughout the class. Risk management is reinforced during every skill to establish your level of comfort in the water and to identify and overcome your limitations. The emphasis on risk management helps you determine if your actions meet your agencies SOPS/SOGS in the determination of a rescue being a “offensive” or “defensive” operation. Swimming, stroke technique and body positioning in the water are covered. “In water” skills for students include how to read and understand water flow, reading and understanding surf, contact rescues using rescue buoy devices and boards, dealing with combatant victims, performing self-rescues, and rescues of multiple victims both conscious and unconscious. The entire course meets the requirements of swimming contact rescue of NFPA 1670 and NFPA 1006 Chapter 11, sections 11.2, Chapter 15, sections 15.2.
This course provides detailed information, and the skills training required, to improve an individual’s level of comfort and confidence for safely and proficiently performing contact rescues in static and surf water conditions. Safety is strongly emphasized throughout the class. Risk management is reinforced during every skill to establish your level of comfort in the water and to identify and overcome your limitations. The emphasis on risk management helps you determine if your actions meet your agencies SOPS/SOGS in the determination of a rescue being a “offensive” or “defensive” operation. Swimming, stroke technique and body positioning in the water are covered. “In water” skills for students include how to read and understand water flow, reading and understanding surf, contact rescues using rescue buoy devices and boards, dealing with combatant victims, performing self-rescues, and rescues of multiple victims both conscious and unconscious. The entire course meets the requirements of swimming contact rescue of NFPA 1670 and NFPA 1006 Chapter 11, sections 11.2, Chapter 15, sections 15.2.
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Outdoor Aerial Public Fireworks Display (2014) - Outdoor Aerial Public Fireworks Display (2014) Educate and inform both public safety agencies and the private sector interests regarding Outdoor Aerial Public Display Fireworks safety in California. Discuss and demonstrate the proper use, handling, storage, and transportation of display fireworks within the industry. Provide a leadership role in educating local government agencies throughout the State by standardizing regulatory safety requirements for outdoor aerial public display fireworks. Review laws and regulations governing permits, licensure, inspection practices, pre and post display. Course incorporates outdoor aerial fireworks display demonstration.
Educate and inform both public safety agencies and the private sector interests regarding Outdoor Aerial Public Display Fireworks safety in California. Discuss and demonstrate the proper use, handling, storage, and transportation of display fireworks within the industry. Provide a leadership role in educating local government agencies throughout the State by standardizing regulatory safety requirements for outdoor aerial public display fireworks. Review laws and regulations governing permits, licensure, inspection practices, pre and post display. Course incorporates outdoor aerial fireworks display demonstration.
No Course Available
Personal Watercraft Rescue Operations (1996) - Personal Watercraft Rescue Operations (1996) This course provides the skills needed to operate a personal watercraft (PWC) and perform rescue in river and flood situations. Safety, course philosophy, and PWC terminology are covered. "In water" experiences for students include how to read dynamics flow for safety travel, perform self- rescue and victim-rescue operations, along with executing pre/post-inspections of the PWC.
This course provides the skills needed to operate a personal watercraft (PWC) and perform rescue in river and flood situations. Safety, course philosophy, and PWC terminology are covered. "In water" experiences for students include how to read dynamics flow for safety travel, perform self- rescue and victim-rescue operations, along with executing pre/post-inspections of the PWC.
No Course Available
Photovoltaic Training (2010) - Photovoltaic Training (2010) This course is designed specifically to provide fire protection and fire prevention personnel with background information regarding photovoltaic technology so that they can make informed decisions at the scene of an emergency or in the plan review and construction inspection of photovoltaic system installation.
This course is designed specifically to provide fire protection and fire prevention personnel with background information regarding photovoltaic technology so that they can make informed decisions at the scene of an emergency or in the plan review and construction inspection of photovoltaic system installation.
No Course Available
Plan Examiner 1A: Building Plan Review (2015) - Plan Examiner 1A: Building Plan Review (2015) This course provides the knowledge and skills that prepare a plan examiner to carry out administrative responsibilities associated with plan review services and evaluate plans for new buildings in accordance with applicable codes and standards and jurisdictional policies and procedures.
This course provides the knowledge and skills that prepare a plan examiner to carry out administrative responsibilities associated with plan review services and evaluate plans for new buildings in accordance with applicable codes and standards and jurisdictional policies and procedures.
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PLE1A0007Rocklin Fire Department10/01/2018 - 10/04/2018
Plan Examiner 1B: Fire Protection and Life Safety System Plan Review (2015) - Plan Examiner 1B: Fire Protection and Life Safety System Plan Review (2015) This course provides the knowledge and skills that prepare a plan examiner to evaluate fire flow compliance and identify requirements and review installation plans for fire protection and life safety systems.
This course provides the knowledge and skills that prepare a plan examiner to evaluate fire flow compliance and identify requirements and review installation plans for fire protection and life safety systems.
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PLE1B0006Rocklin Fire Department11/05/2018 - 11/08/2018
PLE1B0005Red Helmet Training07/13/2018 - 07/15/2018
Plan Examiner 1C: Hazards and Special Operations Plan Review (2015) - Plan Examiner 1C: Hazards and Special Operations Plan Review (2015) This course provides the knowledge and skills that prepare a plan examiner to evaluate plans associated with new construction, systems integration, alternative compliance, wildland urban interface areas, and special operations including hazardous materials and high-piled combustible storage.
This course provides the knowledge and skills that prepare a plan examiner to evaluate plans associated with new construction, systems integration, alternative compliance, wildland urban interface areas, and special operations including hazardous materials and high-piled combustible storage.
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PLE1C0006Rocklin Fire Department01/07/2019 - 01/10/2019
PLE1C0005Red Helmet Training08/02/2018 - 08/05/2018
Proximate Audience Pyrotechnics (2009) - Proximate Audience Pyrotechnics (2009) This course provides a basic knowledge of proximate audience pyrotechnics safety; laws and regulations governing permits, licensure, inspection practices, pre-production, operating, post production, and open flames for various types of venues. This course incorporates a live proximate audience pyrotechnic demonstration.
This course provides a basic knowledge of proximate audience pyrotechnics safety; laws and regulations governing permits, licensure, inspection practices, pre-production, operating, post production, and open flames for various types of venues. This course incorporates a live proximate audience pyrotechnic demonstration.
No Course Available
Regional Instructor Orientation - Regional Instructor Orientation
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RIO0070California Fire & Rescue Training Authority12/05/2018 - 12/05/2018
RIO0072San Bernardino County Fire District07/24/2018 - 07/24/2018
RIO0076Oxnard College09/20/2018 - 09/20/2018
RIO0075Fire Instruction08/23/2018 - 08/23/2018
Rescue Boat Operations (1998) - Rescue Boat Operations (1998) This course provides the skills needed to operate a rescue boat and perform rescue in river and flood situations. Safety, course philosophy, and terminology are covered. "In water" experiences for students include how to read dynamics flow for safety travel, perform self-rescue and victim- rescue operations, along with executing pre/post-inspections of the PWC.
This course provides the skills needed to operate a rescue boat and perform rescue in river and flood situations. Safety, course philosophy, and terminology are covered. "In water" experiences for students include how to read dynamics flow for safety travel, perform self-rescue and victim- rescue operations, along with executing pre/post-inspections of the PWC.
No Course Available
Rescue Systems 1 (2010) - Rescue Systems 1 (2010) Key topics include: Team organization, rescue, and environmental considerations, use of ropes, knots rigging and pulley systems, descending, rappelling, and belaying tools and techniques, subsurface rescue techniques, use of cribbing, wedges, cutting/prying and hydraulic tools, use of fire service ladders in specialized rescue situations, and day and night simulated rescue exercises.
Key topics include: Team organization, rescue, and environmental considerations, use of ropes, knots rigging and pulley systems, descending, rappelling, and belaying tools and techniques, subsurface rescue techniques, use of cribbing, wedges, cutting/prying and hydraulic tools, use of fire service ladders in specialized rescue situations, and day and night simulated rescue exercises.
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NRS10147Milpitas Fire Department/RW Jones & Assoc.07/23/2018 - 07/26/2018
NRS10148Milpitas Fire #1/RW Jones & Assoc.12/03/2018 - 12/06/2018
NRS10097Riverside Co FD/Ben Clark Training Center11/05/2018 - 11/09/2018
Rescue Systems 2 (2010) - Rescue Systems 2 (2010) Provides advanced heavy rescue system techniques. Key topics include: Structural building types, wood and mechanical shores, crib capacities, floor weight calculations, building search, confined space considerations, damaged structure hazard assessment, use of power tools, air bags, and USAR ICS.
Provides advanced heavy rescue system techniques. Key topics include: Structural building types, wood and mechanical shores, crib capacities, floor weight calculations, building search, confined space considerations, damaged structure hazard assessment, use of power tools, air bags, and USAR ICS.
No Course Available
Rescue Systems 3: Structural Collapse Technician (2012) - Rescue Systems 3: Structural Collapse Technician (2012) Bridges the training gap between the California State Fire Training Rescue Systems 2 Advanced Rescue Skills course and the Federal Emergency Management Agency Structural Collapse Technician course. Key topics include: powder actuated tools, pneumatic shores, additional tools and techniques for breaking and breaching, cutting a tensioned cable, the "O" course, rigging, and crane operations.
Bridges the training gap between the California State Fire Training Rescue Systems 2 Advanced Rescue Skills course and the Federal Emergency Management Agency Structural Collapse Technician course. Key topics include: powder actuated tools, pneumatic shores, additional tools and techniques for breaking and breaching, cutting a tensioned cable, the "O" course, rigging, and crane operations.
No Course Available
RIC Operations (2011) - RIC Operations (2011) The Rapid Intervention Crew Operations course trains fire fighters to rescue a downed fire fighter in an immediately dangerous to life and health environment in the continuing effort to reduce the number of fire fighter injuries and deaths that occur regularly. Students train using evolutions and scenarios based off tragedies suffered by fellow fire fighters from departments across the country. Students receive information on how to locate and use these LODD studies as training and prevention tools throughout their careers.
The Rapid Intervention Crew Operations course trains fire fighters to rescue a downed fire fighter in an immediately dangerous to life and health environment in the continuing effort to reduce the number of fire fighter injuries and deaths that occur regularly. Students train using evolutions and scenarios based off tragedies suffered by fellow fire fighters from departments across the country. Students receive information on how to locate and use these LODD studies as training and prevention tools throughout their careers.
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RICOP0069Riverside Co FD/Ben Clark Training Center10/24/2018 - 10/26/2018
River and Flood Water Rescue (1996) This course is intended for the training of fire service personnel in water rescue techniques.
Topics include swift water rescue, submerged vehicles, drowning, use of engine/truck company equipment for water rescue, use of rafts and boats, and underwater search and recovery.
This course is intended for the training of fire service personnel in water rescue techniques.
Topics include swift water rescue, submerged vehicles, drowning, use of engine/truck company equipment for water rescue, use of rafts and boats, and underwater search and recovery.
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RFWR0080Code 3 Rescue07/11/2018 - 07/13/2018
RFWR0058Palo Verde College09/10/2018 - 09/14/2018
RFWR0059Palo Verde College10/01/2018 - 10/05/2018
Rope Rescue Technician (2013) - Rope Rescue Technician (2013) This course will prepare participants to undergo competency testing for high angle rescue. The scope of the program is to familiarize participants with the high angle environment and experience; and for them to safely participate in the engineering and operation of simple to complex rescue systems
This course will prepare participants to undergo competency testing for high angle rescue. The scope of the program is to familiarize participants with the high angle environment and experience; and for them to safely participate in the engineering and operation of simple to complex rescue systems
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RRT0065California Fire & Rescue Training Authority07/16/2018 - 07/20/2018
S-130: Fire Fighter Training (2003) - S-130: Fire Fighter Training (2003) This course is designed to provide entry-level fire fighters skills. Many of the units are set up so they can be taught in either the classroom or the field; field time is encouraged. A version of L- 180, Human Factors on the Fireline, has been included as part of this course.
This course is designed to provide entry-level fire fighters skills. Many of the units are set up so they can be taught in either the classroom or the field; field time is encouraged. A version of L- 180, Human Factors on the Fireline, has been included as part of this course.
No Course Available
S-131: Fire Fighter Type 1 Training (2004) - S-131: Fire Fighter Type 1 Training (2004) This course meets the training needs of the Fire Fighter Type 1 (FFT1) and is interactive in nature. Topics include fireline reference materials, communications, and tactical decision-making.
This course meets the training needs of the Fire Fighter Type 1 (FFT1) and is interactive in nature. Topics include fireline reference materials, communications, and tactical decision-making.
No Course Available
S-190: Introduction to Wildland Fire Behavior (2006) - S-190: Introduction to Wildland Fire Behavior (2006) This course provides instruction in the primary factors affecting the start and spread of wildfire and recognition of potentially hazardous situations. S-190 is typically taught in conjunction with or prior to Basic Fire Fighter Training, S-130. It is designed to meet the fire behavior training needs of a Fire Fighter Type 2 (FFT2) on an incident as outlined in the PMS 310-1, Wildland Fire Qualification System Guide and the position task book developed for the position.
This course provides instruction in the primary factors affecting the start and spread of wildfire and recognition of potentially hazardous situations. S-190 is typically taught in conjunction with or prior to Basic Fire Fighter Training, S-130. It is designed to meet the fire behavior training needs of a Fire Fighter Type 2 (FFT2) on an incident as outlined in the PMS 310-1, Wildland Fire Qualification System Guide and the position task book developed for the position.
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S1900080Sierra College11/17/2018 - 11/17/2018
S-200: Initial Attack Incident Commander (2007) - S-200: Initial Attack Incident Commander (2007) This course is designed to meet the training needs of the Incident Commander Type 4. The six units cover: foundation skills, intelligence gathering and documentation, size-up, developing a plan of action, post-fire activities, evaluating incident objectives, and managing the incident. Evaluation of the student is by unit tests and performance based evaluations.
This course is designed to meet the training needs of the Incident Commander Type 4. The six units cover: foundation skills, intelligence gathering and documentation, size-up, developing a plan of action, post-fire activities, evaluating incident objectives, and managing the incident. Evaluation of the student is by unit tests and performance based evaluations.
No Course Available
S-203: Introduction to Incident Information (2008) - S-203: Introduction to Incident Information (2008) Receive the skills and knowledge needed to serve as a public information officer. Topics include establishing/maintaining an incident information operation, communicating with internal/external audiences, working with the media, handling special situations, and long-term planning/strategy.
Receive the skills and knowledge needed to serve as a public information officer. Topics include establishing/maintaining an incident information operation, communicating with internal/external audiences, working with the media, handling special situations, and long-term planning/strategy.
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S2030003San Jose Fire Department10/15/2018 - 10/18/2018
S-212: Wildland Fire Chainsaws (2004) - S-212: Wildland Fire Chainsaws (2004) This course introduces the function, maintenance and use of internal combustion engine powered chain saws, and their tactical wildland fire application. Field exercises support entry-level training for fire fighters with little or no previous experience in operating a chain saw, providing hands-on cutting experience in surroundings similar to fireline situations.
This course introduces the function, maintenance and use of internal combustion engine powered chain saws, and their tactical wildland fire application. Field exercises support entry-level training for fire fighters with little or no previous experience in operating a chain saw, providing hands-on cutting experience in surroundings similar to fireline situations.
No Course Available
S-215: Fire Operations in the Wildland/Urban Interface (2003) - S-215: Fire Operations in the Wildland/Urban Interface (2003) Designed to assist structure and wildland fire fighters who will be making tactical decisions when confronting wildland fire that threatens life, property, and improvements, in the wildland/urban interface. Topics include: interface awareness, size-up, initial strategy and incident action plan, structure triage, structure protection tactics, incident action plan assessment and update, follow-up and public relations, and fire fighter safety in the interface. If the optional exercises at the end of the tactics unit are used or a field exercise is included additional course time is needed. Instructors are encouraged to extend the course to 32 hours and add a field exercise covering size-up, structure triage, tactics, and any other local area training as appropriate.
Designed to assist structure and wildland fire fighters who will be making tactical decisions when confronting wildland fire that threatens life, property, and improvements, in the wildland/urban interface. Topics include: interface awareness, size-up, initial strategy and incident action plan, structure triage, structure protection tactics, incident action plan assessment and update, follow-up and public relations, and fire fighter safety in the interface. If the optional exercises at the end of the tactics unit are used or a field exercise is included additional course time is needed. Instructors are encouraged to extend the course to 32 hours and add a field exercise covering size-up, structure triage, tactics, and any other local area training as appropriate.
No Course Available
S-219 Firing Operations (2014) - S-219 Firing Operations (2014) This course introduces the roles and responsibilities of a Firing Boss (FIRB), common firing devices, and general firing operations and techniques. Although comprehensive in nature, the coursework is not a substitute for the dynamic fire environment. The course provides students with important information concerning general tasks required to be successful. Any opportunity to show students a small-prescribed burn or demonstrate how devices operate in the field will promote transferring these new skills to the job. Due to the wide variety and capabilities of sponsors presenting this course, the field exercise portion of the class is not defined. Therefore, the cadre and sponsoring unit are responsible for planning field exercises and demonstrations in accordance with their capabilities.
This course introduces the roles and responsibilities of a Firing Boss (FIRB), common firing devices, and general firing operations and techniques. Although comprehensive in nature, the coursework is not a substitute for the dynamic fire environment. The course provides students with important information concerning general tasks required to be successful. Any opportunity to show students a small-prescribed burn or demonstrate how devices operate in the field will promote transferring these new skills to the job. Due to the wide variety and capabilities of sponsors presenting this course, the field exercise portion of the class is not defined. Therefore, the cadre and sponsoring unit are responsible for planning field exercises and demonstrations in accordance with their capabilities.
No Course Available
S-230: Crew Boss - Single Resource (2004) - S-230: Crew Boss - Single Resource (2004) Training for the single resource boss position from initial dispatch through demobilization to the home unit. Topics include operational leadership, preparation and mobilization, assignment preparation, risk management, entrapment avoidance, safety and tactics, offline duties, demobilization, and post incident responsibilities.
Training for the single resource boss position from initial dispatch through demobilization to the home unit. Topics include operational leadership, preparation and mobilization, assignment preparation, risk management, entrapment avoidance, safety and tactics, offline duties, demobilization, and post incident responsibilities.
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S2300042Red Helmet Training07/09/2018 - 07/11/2018
S-231: Engine Boss (2004) - S-231: Engine Boss (2004) Designed to produce student proficiency in the performance of the duties associated with ENGB. Topics include engine and crew capabilities and limitations, information sources, fire size-up considerations, tactics, and wildland/urban interface.
Designed to produce student proficiency in the performance of the duties associated with ENGB. Topics include engine and crew capabilities and limitations, information sources, fire size-up considerations, tactics, and wildland/urban interface.
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S2310046Red Helmet Training07/12/2018 - 07/13/2018
S-244: Field Observer (2007) - S-244: Field Observer (2007) This course provides the student with the skills necessary to perform as a field observer (FOBS) and/or a fire effects monitor (FEMO). Topics include roles and responsibilities of the FOBS and FEMO; how to make observations and document those observations; how to produce hand drawn and GPS field maps; and how to navigate using a compass and GPS. The navigation unit has 4½ hours of field exercises and the final field exercise is 8 hours.
This course provides the student with the skills necessary to perform as a field observer (FOBS) and/or a fire effects monitor (FEMO). Topics include roles and responsibilities of the FOBS and FEMO; how to make observations and document those observations; how to produce hand drawn and GPS field maps; and how to navigate using a compass and GPS. The navigation unit has 4½ hours of field exercises and the final field exercise is 8 hours.
No Course Available
S-245: Display Processor (2007) - S-245: Display Processor (2007) This course provides students with the skills necessary to perform as a Display Processor (DPRO). Topics include general roles and responsibilities and how to assist the situation unit leader with producing incident maps, inputs for the Incident Status Summary (ICS-209) and other incident products. The final exam is 3 hours
This course provides students with the skills necessary to perform as a Display Processor (DPRO). Topics include general roles and responsibilities and how to assist the situation unit leader with producing incident maps, inputs for the Incident Status Summary (ICS-209) and other incident products. The final exam is 3 hours
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S-270: Basic Air Operations (2003) - S-270: Basic Air Operations (2003) This course covers aircraft types and capabilities, aviation management and safety for flying in and working with agency aircraft, tactical and logistical uses of aircraft, and requirements for helicopter take-off and landing areas. Note: the regulations, procedures, and policies addressed in this course are primarily those governing federal agency and ICS operations. State, county, or other political subdivisions using this course will need to consult their agency having jurisdiction with respect to regulations, procedures, and policies.
This course covers aircraft types and capabilities, aviation management and safety for flying in and working with agency aircraft, tactical and logistical uses of aircraft, and requirements for helicopter take-off and landing areas. Note: the regulations, procedures, and policies addressed in this course are primarily those governing federal agency and ICS operations. State, county, or other political subdivisions using this course will need to consult their agency having jurisdiction with respect to regulations, procedures, and policies.
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S-290: Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior (2007) - S-290: Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior (2007) This is a classroom-based skills course designed to prepare the prospective fireline supervisor to undertake safe and effective fire management operations. It is the second course in a series that collectively serves to develop fire behavior prediction knowledge and skills. Fire environment differences are discussed as necessary; instructor should stress local conditions.
This is a classroom-based skills course designed to prepare the prospective fireline supervisor to undertake safe and effective fire management operations. It is the second course in a series that collectively serves to develop fire behavior prediction knowledge and skills. Fire environment differences are discussed as necessary; instructor should stress local conditions.
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S2900077Santa Monica Fire Department07/30/2018 - 08/02/2018
S2900076Red Helmet Training08/06/2018 - 08/09/2018
S2900078North County FPD(San Diego County)06/25/2018 - 06/28/2018
S2900075Sierra College11/26/2018 - 11/29/2018
S-300: Extended Attack Incident Commander (2008) - S-300: Extended Attack Incident Commander (2008) Designed to meet the training requirements outlined in the Wildland Fire Qualification System Guide and the Position Task Books (PTB) developed for the positions of Task Force Leader and Strike Team Leader and specific to wildland fire suppression. If students are expected to perform in some other risk area, exercises and examples appropriate to the expected risk should be added.
Designed to meet the training requirements outlined in the Wildland Fire Qualification System Guide and the Position Task Books (PTB) developed for the positions of Task Force Leader and Strike Team Leader and specific to wildland fire suppression. If students are expected to perform in some other risk area, exercises and examples appropriate to the expected risk should be added.
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S3000002Usmc Camp Pendleton Fire & Emergency Services07/11/2018 - 07/13/2018
S-330: Task Force/Strike Team Leader (2005) - S-330: Task Force/Strike Team Leader (2005) Designed to meet the training requirements outlined in the Wildland Fire Qualification System Guide and the Position Task Books (PTB) developed for the positions of Task Force Leader and Strike Team Leader and specific to wildland fire suppression. If students are expected to perform in some other risk area, exercises and examples appropriate to the expected risk should be added.
Designed to meet the training requirements outlined in the Wildland Fire Qualification System Guide and the Position Task Books (PTB) developed for the positions of Task Force Leader and Strike Team Leader and specific to wildland fire suppression. If students are expected to perform in some other risk area, exercises and examples appropriate to the expected risk should be added.
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S-330: Task Force/Strike Team Leader [ALL RISK] (2002) - S-330: Task Force/Strike Team Leader [ALL RISK] (2002) This course contains generic curriculum regarding tactics and strategy as it relates to the management of a strike team or task force and meets the S-330 training requirements of the California Incident Command Certification System (CICCS) for the position of Strike Team/Task Force Leader-All Risk.
This course contains generic curriculum regarding tactics and strategy as it relates to the management of a strike team or task force and meets the S-330 training requirements of the California Incident Command Certification System (CICCS) for the position of Strike Team/Task Force Leader-All Risk.
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S-336: Tactical Decision Making in Wildland Fire (2004) - S-336: Tactical Decision Making in Wildland Fire (2004) Designed to meet training requirements in the Operations Section of the ICS and is specific to wildland fire suppression. This course prepares experienced Single Resource Bosses and Initial Attack Incident Commanders in the tactics necessary at the Strike Team/Task Force Leader level. It is also valuable for Operations Supervisors qualified at higher management levels who have not received training in wildfire suppression tactics.
Designed to meet training requirements in the Operations Section of the ICS and is specific to wildland fire suppression. This course prepares experienced Single Resource Bosses and Initial Attack Incident Commanders in the tactics necessary at the Strike Team/Task Force Leader level. It is also valuable for Operations Supervisors qualified at higher management levels who have not received training in wildfire suppression tactics.
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S-339: Division/Group Supervisor (2006) - S-339: Division/Group Supervisor (2006) Prepares students to perform in the role of Division/Group Supervisor and provides instruction in support of the specific tasks of the DIVS. Topics include division/group management, organizational interaction, division operations, all-hazard operations, and tactical decision games (optional). There is a final examination in this course.
Prepares students to perform in the role of Division/Group Supervisor and provides instruction in support of the specific tasks of the DIVS. Topics include division/group management, organizational interaction, division operations, all-hazard operations, and tactical decision games (optional). There is a final examination in this course.
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S-339: Division/Group Supervisor [ALL RISK] (2000) - S-339: Division/Group Supervisor All Risk (2000) This course teaches the student the management skills necessary to fill the position of Division/Group Supervisor within the framework of ICS. It does not teach tactics or strategy and refers to these only to enhance the particular management technique associated with them.
This course teaches the student the management skills necessary to fill the position of Division/Group Supervisor within the framework of ICS. It does not teach tactics or strategy and refers to these only to enhance the particular management technique associated with them.
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S339AR0012Rancho Santa Fe Fire Dept.06/25/2018 - 06/27/2018
S-346: Situation Unit Leader (2008) - S-346: Situation Unit Leader (2008)
The course starts with how to activate, setup, organize, manage, and demobilize a situation unit. It then addresses the products (maps, ICS-209, and other reports) the unit produces, as well as the technology needed to produce the products.

The course starts with how to activate, setup, organize, manage, and demobilize a situation unit. It then addresses the products (maps, ICS-209, and other reports) the unit produces, as well as the technology needed to produce the products.
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S-349: Resources Unit Leader/Demobilization Unit Leader (2008) - S-349: Resources Unit Leader/Demobilization Unit Leader (2008) Training begins with a discussion on unit activation and management. Topics include RESL responsibilities related to resource status systems, planning process, and resource products/outputs and DMOB responsibilities for developing and implementing the demobilization plan
Training begins with a discussion on unit activation and management. Topics include RESL responsibilities related to resource status systems, planning process, and resource products/outputs and DMOB responsibilities for developing and implementing the demobilization plan
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S-355: Ground Support Unit Leader (2000) - S-355: Ground Support Unit Leader (2000) Managing the transportation plan, maintenance, and related services at an incident. Topics include gathering assignment information; organizing, staffing, and laying out the unit; field inspection of equipment; operation and coordination with other units, and demobilization.
Managing the transportation plan, maintenance, and related services at an incident. Topics include gathering assignment information; organizing, staffing, and laying out the unit; field inspection of equipment; operation and coordination with other units, and demobilization.
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S-356: Supply Unit Leader (2001) - S-356: Supply Unit Leader (2001) Training on the duties of a Supply Unit Leader and managing the incident supply unit.
Training on the duties of a Supply Unit Leader and managing the incident supply unit.
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S-358: Communications Unit Leader (2008) - S-358: Communications Unit Leader (2008) This course is designed to provide skills and knowledge needed to perform in the role of Communications Unit Leader. Topics include mobilization, establishing the communications unit, communications system design and ordering, communications system installation and maintenance, communications equipment assignment and accountability, incident communications center, internal and external coordination, demobilization, and current communications issues and technology.
This course is designed to provide skills and knowledge needed to perform in the role of Communications Unit Leader. Topics include mobilization, establishing the communications unit, communications system design and ordering, communications system installation and maintenance, communications equipment assignment and accountability, incident communications center, internal and external coordination, demobilization, and current communications issues and technology.
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S-359: Medical Unit Leader (2000) - S-359: Medical Unit Leader (2000) This course is designed to provide the skills and knowledge needed to perform in the role of Medical Unit Leader. Topics include gathering information, organizing the medical unit, supervising the unit, evaluation, documentation, and demobilization.
This course is designed to provide the skills and knowledge needed to perform in the role of Medical Unit Leader. Topics include gathering information, organizing the medical unit, supervising the unit, evaluation, documentation, and demobilization.
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S3590006SoCal Fire Training07/05/2018 - 07/07/2018
S-360: Finance/Administration Unit Leader (2001) - S-360: Finance/Administration Unit Leader (2001) Designed to provide the prerequisite knowledge and skills necessary to perform the tasks of Finance/Administration Unit Leader.
Designed to provide the prerequisite knowledge and skills necessary to perform the tasks of Finance/Administration Unit Leader.
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S-390: Introduction to Wildland Fire Behavior Calculations (2006) - S-390: Introduction to Wildland Fire Behavior Calculations (2006) Designed to introduce fire behavior calculations by manual methods, using nomograms and the Fire Behavior Handbook Appendix B. the student gains an understanding of the determinants of fire behavior though studying inputs (weather, slope, fuels, and fuel moisture). The student also learns how to interpret fire behavior outputs, documentation processes, and fire behavior briefing components.
Designed to introduce fire behavior calculations by manual methods, using nomograms and the Fire Behavior Handbook Appendix B. the student gains an understanding of the determinants of fire behavior though studying inputs (weather, slope, fuels, and fuel moisture). The student also learns how to interpret fire behavior outputs, documentation processes, and fire behavior briefing components.
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S-400: Incident Commander (2002) - S-400: Incident Commander (2002) Topics include team administration, communication, information/intelligence processing, agency administrator and IC responsibilities, transfer of command, and demobilization. The course provides exercises to assist the student in acquiring the knowledge to learn these skills. An optional "lessons learned" unit allows the addition of geographic area specific information, but the course time frame must be increased accordingly.
Topics include team administration, communication, information/intelligence processing, agency administrator and IC responsibilities, transfer of command, and demobilization. The course provides exercises to assist the student in acquiring the knowledge to learn these skills. An optional "lessons learned" unit allows the addition of geographic area specific information, but the course time frame must be increased accordingly.
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S-403: Information Officer (2001) - S-403: Information Officer (2001) This course meets the training requirements for a Public Information Officer Type 2. Topics include information organization and assignment, developing a communications strategy, information operations, creating a safe environment, effective media relations, incident within an incident, community relations analysis, documentation, demobilization, and transitioning. Students must pass a final exam.
This course meets the training requirements for a Public Information Officer Type 2. Topics include information organization and assignment, developing a communications strategy, information operations, creating a safe environment, effective media relations, incident within an incident, community relations analysis, documentation, demobilization, and transitioning. Students must pass a final exam.
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S-404: Safety Officer (2002) - S-404: Safety Officer (2002) Designed to meet the training needs of the Safety Officer position in the incident command system. Topics include safety officer effectiveness, analysis techniques, safety messages, briefings and reports, and high hazard operations.
Designed to meet the training needs of the Safety Officer position in the incident command system. Topics include safety officer effectiveness, analysis techniques, safety messages, briefings and reports, and high hazard operations.
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S-420: Command and General Staff (2002) - S-420: Command and General Staff (2002) Designed to prepare the student to function effectively in the position of a Type 2 Incident Commander, Command, or General Staff. The focus is on the application of previously acquired knowledge and skills. Students will participate in two types of groups (teams and similar position) during exercises that include a simulation of the mobilization, management, and demobilization phases of a rapidly accelerating Type 2 wildfire that has potential to become a Type 1 incident.
Designed to prepare the student to function effectively in the position of a Type 2 Incident Commander, Command, or General Staff. The focus is on the application of previously acquired knowledge and skills. Students will participate in two types of groups (teams and similar position) during exercises that include a simulation of the mobilization, management, and demobilization phases of a rapidly accelerating Type 2 wildfire that has potential to become a Type 1 incident.
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S-430: Operations Section Chief (2006) - S-430: Operations Section Chief (2006) Designed to meet the training needs of the Operations Section Chief Type 2. This course is interactive in nature and contains several exercises designed to facilitate group and classroom discussion.
Designed to meet the training needs of the Operations Section Chief Type 2. This course is interactive in nature and contains several exercises designed to facilitate group and classroom discussion.
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S-430: Operations Section Chief [ALL RISK] (2000) - S-430: Operations Section Chief All Risk (2000) This course presents the command, management, and supervision concepts necessary to function as an Operations Section Chief. Topics include command principles, organization of the operations section, briefings, developing the operations portion of the incident action plan, and supervising operations.
This course presents the command, management, and supervision concepts necessary to function as an Operations Section Chief. Topics include command principles, organization of the operations section, briefings, developing the operations portion of the incident action plan, and supervising operations.
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S-440: Planning Section Chief - S-440: Planning Section Chief (2001) Designed to meet a portion of the training needs of the Planning Section Chief Type 2. Topics include information gathering, strategies, meetings and briefings, incident action plans (IAP), interactions, forms, documents, supplies, demobilization, and an optional technology section. In the final exercise, the students observe a simulated planning meeting and use the information derived to find errors in an IAP. Students must pass the unit tests and the final exercise to successfully complete the course.
Designed to meet a portion of the training needs of the Planning Section Chief Type 2. Topics include information gathering, strategies, meetings and briefings, incident action plans (IAP), interactions, forms, documents, supplies, demobilization, and an optional technology section. In the final exercise, the students observe a simulated planning meeting and use the information derived to find errors in an IAP. Students must pass the unit tests and the final exercise to successfully complete the course.
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S-445: Incident Training Specialist (2009) - S-445: Incident Training Specialist (2009) Designated to train personnel to perform the duties of a Training Specialist. Duties include coordinating incident training opportunities and activities, ensuring the quality of training assignments, and completing documentation of the incident training.
Designated to train personnel to perform the duties of a Training Specialist. Duties include coordinating incident training opportunities and activities, ensuring the quality of training assignments, and completing documentation of the incident training.
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S-450: Logistics Section Chief (2002) - S-450: Logistics Section Chief (2002) arriving properly an incident, gathering information to access the assignment, beginning initial planning activities, determining that facilities, services, and materials are provided for the incident, planning, staffing, and managing the Logistics Section, coordinating with other sections, and implementing the demobilization plan.
arriving properly an incident, gathering information to access the assignment, beginning initial planning activities, determining that facilities, services, and materials are provided for the incident, planning, staffing, and managing the Logistics Section, coordinating with other sections, and implementing the demobilization plan.
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S-460: Finance/Administration Section Chief (2001) - S-460: Finance/Administration Section Chief (2001) Designed to meet a portion of the training needs in the finance section organization. Topics include pre-dispatch and response, organization and operation of the finance function, and demobilization.
Designed to meet a portion of the training needs in the finance section organization. Topics include pre-dispatch and response, organization and operation of the finance function, and demobilization.
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S-490: Advanced Wildland Fire Behavior Calculations (2008) - S-490: Advanced Wildland Fire Behavior Calculations (2008) This course is the fourth in a series designed to develop fire behavior and prediction knowledge and skills and prepares the student for S-590, Advanced Fire Behavior Interpretation. Examples and exercises are divided between wildfire and prescribed fire applications. The student learns to project fire perimeter growth based on weather predictions and knowledge of fuels and topography, using a variety of scenarios.
This course is the fourth in a series designed to develop fire behavior and prediction knowledge and skills and prepares the student for S-590, Advanced Fire Behavior Interpretation. Examples and exercises are divided between wildfire and prescribed fire applications. The student learns to project fire perimeter growth based on weather predictions and knowledge of fuels and topography, using a variety of scenarios.
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S-491: Intermediate National Fire Danger Rating System (2003) - S-491: Intermediate National Fire Danger Rating System (2003) The course develops the knowledge and skill to operate, maintain, and manage the NFDRS at the local unit. Course lecture and exercises support practical and technical application of the intellectually complex subject matter. The course requires a computer classroom with internet access to present.
The course develops the knowledge and skill to operate, maintain, and manage the NFDRS at the local unit. Course lecture and exercises support practical and technical application of the intellectually complex subject matter. The course requires a computer classroom with internet access to present.
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Statues and Regulations (2015) - Statues and Regulations (2015) This course is designed for This course provides hands-on training. Topics include codes, standards and local amendments, site-plan review, building construction and characteristics, fire protection equipment, multi-family occupancies, commercial buildings, care facilities, drinking/dining facilities, shopping malls, and high-rise buildings.
This course is designed for This course provides hands-on training. Topics include codes, standards and local amendments, site-plan review, building construction and characteristics, fire protection equipment, multi-family occupancies, commercial buildings, care facilities, drinking/dining facilities, shopping malls, and high-rise buildings.
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Techniques of Evaluation - Techniques of Evaluation (2017) This course provides the skills and knowledge needed for the intermediate level professional instructor to perform his or her duties safely, effectively, and competently. The curriculum is based on the 2012 edition of NFPA 1041 Standard for Fire Service Instructor Professional Qualifications and the 2012 edition of NFPA 1403 Standard on Live Fire Training Evolutions. At the end of this course, candidates for Instructor II certification will be able to develop lesson plans and evaluation instruments, teach and deliver instruction, and evaluate and coach other instructors. The Instructor II will also be able to analyze resources and formulate a program budget.
This course provides the skills and knowledge needed for the intermediate level professional instructor to perform his or her duties safely, effectively, and competently. The curriculum is based on the 2012 edition of NFPA 1041 Standard for Fire Service Instructor Professional Qualifications and the 2012 edition of NFPA 1403 Standard on Live Fire Training Evolutions. At the end of this course, candidates for Instructor II certification will be able to develop lesson plans and evaluation instruments, teach and deliver instruction, and evaluate and coach other instructors. The Instructor II will also be able to analyze resources and formulate a program budget.
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TOE0002Mission Ambulance07/09/2018 - 07/12/2018
Terrorism Liaison Officer - Basic (2013) - Terrorism Liaison Officer - Basic (2013) To educate the basic entry level Terrorism Liaison Officer with the policies and procedures of the Fusion Center which they will be working with in their Area of Responsibility. This training essential for fire service personnel working with multiple discipline stakeholders who share information with the California Fusion Centers.
To educate the basic entry level Terrorism Liaison Officer with the policies and procedures of the Fusion Center which they will be working with in their Area of Responsibility. This training essential for fire service personnel working with multiple discipline stakeholders who share information with the California Fusion Centers.
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Tire Fire Prevention and Suppression (2004) - Tire Fire Prevention and Suppression (2004) This course provides information on the growing problem of scrap tire storage throughout California. Topics include: History, chemical compounds, sources of ignition, codes and regulations, ground rubber operations and hazards, pre-incident planning of outdoor tire storage yards, tire fire behavior, and hazardous materials response.
This course provides information on the growing problem of scrap tire storage throughout California. Topics include: History, chemical compounds, sources of ignition, codes and regulations, ground rubber operations and hazards, pre-incident planning of outdoor tire storage yards, tire fire behavior, and hazardous materials response.
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Trench Rescue - Trench Rescue This course is designed to train fire service personnel in hands-on application of the techniques necessary to safely affect a rescue from an excavation or trenching cave-in. Topics include: Critical considerations while responding to trenching emergencies, evaluation of cave-in scenes, basic life support procedures and temporary protection for victims, specialized tool usage, shoring techniques, and below grade rescue safety procedures.
This course is designed to train fire service personnel in hands-on application of the techniques necessary to safely affect a rescue from an excavation or trenching cave-in. Topics include: Critical considerations while responding to trenching emergencies, evaluation of cave-in scenes, basic life support procedures and temporary protection for victims, specialized tool usage, shoring techniques, and below grade rescue safety procedures.
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Trench Rescue Technician (2014) - Trench Rescue Technician (2014) This three-day (24 hour) course will take you from classroom discussion to working safely and efficiently in a trench rescue environment. This hands-on training program will cover topics that include: Trench and Excavation Regulations, Understanding Soil, Trench Configurations, Trench Hazards, Rescue Team Preparation, Incident Response, Initial On Scene and Pre-Entry Operations, Shoring Systems and Components, Installation of Shoring Systems, Victim Rescue and Recovery and Incident Termination
This three-day (24 hour) course will take you from classroom discussion to working safely and efficiently in a trench rescue environment. This hands-on training program will cover topics that include: Trench and Excavation Regulations, Understanding Soil, Trench Configurations, Trench Hazards, Rescue Team Preparation, Incident Response, Initial On Scene and Pre-Entry Operations, Shoring Systems and Components, Installation of Shoring Systems, Victim Rescue and Recovery and Incident Termination
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TRT0058California Fire & Rescue Training Authority09/12/2018 - 09/14/2018
TRT0059Riverside Co FD/Ben Clark Training Center12/03/2018 - 12/05/2018
Vehicle Extrication (2015) - Vehicle Extrication (2015) This course provides the knowledge and skills to prepare a firefighter to extricate victim(s) from a common passenger vehicle in a safe and effective manner in accordance with AHJ policies and procedures.
This course provides the knowledge and skills to prepare a firefighter to extricate victim(s) from a common passenger vehicle in a safe and effective manner in accordance with AHJ policies and procedures.
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VE0168Shasta College12/08/2018 - 12/15/2018
VE0140Riverside Co FD/Ben Clark Training Center11/30/2018 - 12/02/2018
Volunteer Fire Service Management - Volunteer Fire Service Management This NFA hand-off course provides participants with an overview and introduction to managing within a volunteer service environment. Discussion includes topics of management principles and techniques, planning, organizing, controlling, problem solving, motivating, and much more.
This NFA hand-off course provides participants with an overview and introduction to managing within a volunteer service environment. Discussion includes topics of management principles and techniques, planning, organizing, controlling, problem solving, motivating, and much more.
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