FIREGROUND STRATEGIES AND TACTICS FOR FIRST ARRIVING COMPANIES (01-11-0143) - 009

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Brief Description
Fire Officer 1 Modular Series: Fireground Strategies and Tactics for First Arriving Companies
Full Description
Designed for the first arriving officer at any incident. The primary focus of this course is structural firefighting but the lessons learned are applicable for any emergency scene. Elements of this course include scene size-up, decision making, determining incident strategies, and making tactical assignments. Also included are lessons on building construction, fire behavior and growth as well lessons for operating at common non-fire incidents such as motor vehicle accidents, propane and natural gas emergencies, and other typical non-fire emergencies. In addition to lecture and classroom activities this course utilizes scenarios to allow participants to employ their newly learned skills in real time.

Designed for: Fire officers and prospective fire officers

Course length: 15 hours

Prerequisite: BEFO, or Scene Support Operations, or Firefighter I, or Basic Firefighter, or Firefighting Essentials Required

Course number: 01-11-0143

Course Location: Locally via Outreach
Training Dates
10/28/2021 - 11/15/2021
Prerequisites
None Specified
Registration Dates
09/13/2021 - 10/25/2021
Available Seats
12
Hours
15h 0m
Fee
None Specified
Training Location
40 - Putnam County
MAHOPAC FALLS
Reporting Instructions
None Specified

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