This course will provide students with an introduction to the necessary knowledge and tools to properly prepare and conduct live fire training evolutions. The course includes an in-depth analysis of NFPA 1403, addressing evolutions at acquired structures; gas-fired training buildings; non-gas-fired training buildings; exterior props, vehicle fires, and exterior class B fires.
Date: April 15-17, 2019 Time: 0900-1700 hours
Tuition: $250 (does not include book)
Textbook: Live Fire Training Principles and Practices, Jones and Bartlett Learning, First Edition Revised, ISBN 9781284041231
Maximum Students: 25
Location: Portage Lakes Career Center, 4401 Shriver Road, Uniontown, OH 44685
Requirements: Valid fire instructor certificate in good standing, agency sponsor with approval letter from your Chief, and ICS 700, 100, and 200 certifications.
Provided with Course: Case histories, NIOSH reports, course evaluation form, NFPA 1403 forms, water supply calculator, OEMS Fire Charter Training Facilities - Live Fire Training Structures and props capability summary.
Class includes the following objectives and resources:
- History of live fire training
- Review live fire evolutions
- Legal consideration
- Preparing and training live fire instructors
- NFPA 1403 study
- Information for acquired structures, gas fired and non-gas fired structures.
Register at: https://www.uakron.edu/fire/index.dot
* Any questions should be directed to Matt Claflin, (330) 807-6078 or firstname.lastname@example.org