The following courses are designed for firefighters to practice recognized techniques for combating fires in attics, basements, cocklofts; and fire dynamics as they relate to the fire growth/development in structures.
The following courses are designed for firefighters to understand the basic knowledge to reinforce the evidence based research conducted by Underwriters Laboratories (UL), National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms (ATF); other fire service organizations; and reading smoke techniques.
The following courses prepare fire department personnel for implementation of a stand-by rescue team at structure fires and certain other incidents skills and abilities to function on the fire ground as a member of a Rapid Intervention Team (RIT).
The Firefighter Survival 16-hour course will enable firefighters to become more familiar with procedures that may be used to save, prevent or perhaps lessen the seriousness of injuries to other firefighters or themselves. This course will explain the required skills and knowledge relative to the rescue procedures needed for self-rescue.
During this 8-hour Hands-On Forcible Entry course, participants will be able to practice conventional and through-the-lock techniques on doors, but also operate multiple cutting torches and various types of power saws to break through concrete and metal enclosures.
The following courses are designed to build upon and refine the skills and knowledge required for providing effective Truck Company Operations.
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