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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. More
Dates Dates: February 26-28, 2018 (Monday-Wednesday 0830-1730)
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Class Size Class size: 30 seats
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The purpose of the L-952 Public Information Officer (PIO) Course is to provide local and State-level emergency responders with an overview of key duties and responsibilities of a Public Information Officer Type III in a Type III All Hazards Incident Management Team (AHIMT). By the end of this course, students will be able to: demonstrate an understanding of the duties, responsibilities, and capabilities of an effective PIO on an AHIMT, describe the role and importance of the PIO in incident operations, develop a communications strategy for disseminating incident information, describe the importance of effective media relations, and describe how to keep media representatives safe in the incident environment. Successful completion of this course include the use of active exercises and a final exam. Each student is required to have the most current All-Hazards Incident Management Team Response and Planning Guide, 2016 for use during class. Copies are also available for purchase from the CFRTA. More
Dates Dates: February 26-March 2, 2018 (Monday-Friday) 0800-1630 (40 hours)
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The purpose of the L-960 Division/Group Supervisor is to provide local and State-level emergency responders with an overview of key duties and responsibilities of a Division/Group Supervisor Type III in a Type III AHIMT. By the end of this course, students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the duties, responsibilities, and capabilities of an effective Division/Group Supervisor on an AHIMT. Each student is required to have the most current All-Hazards Incident Management Team Response and Planning Guide for use during class. Copies are also available for purchase from the CFRTA. More
Dates Dates: February 28-March 2, 2018 (Wednesday-Friday) 0800-1630 (24 hours)
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Class Size Class size: 15 seats
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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..

REQUIRED: Fire Service Instructor Principles & Practice (Enhanced 2nd Edition) ISBN: 9781284122183
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Dates Dates: March 5-9, 2018 (Monday - Friday 0800-1700) 40 hours
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Class Size Class size: 20 seats
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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. More
Dates Dates: March 6-7, 2018 (Tuesday-Wednesday) 0800-1700
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This course provides the student with information on driver responsibilities, recognized standards, and related laws for fire apparatus. Topics include basic inspections, documentation, maintenance, and troubleshooting fire apparatus, and techniques on driving and positioning fire apparatus. Each student also has the opportunity to increase his or her driving skills during simulated driving conditions. More
Dates Dates: March 12-16, 2018 (0800-1700)
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PERQUISITES: Fire Inspector 2C: Inspecting New and Existing Fire & Life Safety Systems and Equipment. 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. Required Materials: (1) IFSTA "Fire Inspection and Code Enforcement" 7th Edition, (2) 2016 California Fire Code with Title 19 excepts. More
Dates Dates: March 12-15, 2018 (Monday-Thursday 0830-1730) 32 hours
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The purpose of the L-975 Finance Administration Unit Leader (FAUL) Course is to provide local and State-level emergency responders with an overview of key duties and responsibilities of a Finance Administration Unit Leader Type III in a Type III AHIMT. By the end of this course students will be able to: use appropriate information and clear communication to interact and coordinate with incident personnel, assume the role of the Time Unit Leader for an all-hazard incident, assume the role of the Compensation/Claims Unit Leader for an all-hazard incident, assume the role of the Procurement Unit Leader for an all-hazard incident, assume the role of the Compensation/Claims Unit Leader for an all-hazard incident, assume the role of the Cost Unit Leader for an all-hazard incident, and manage a Finance/Administration Unit. Each student is required to have the most current All-Hazards Incident Management Team Response and Planning Guide for use during class. Copies are also available for purchase from the CFRTA. More
Dates Dates: March 13-15, 2018 (Tuesday-Thursday) 0800-1630 (24 hours)
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Class Size Class size: 27 seats
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Updated to reflect the 2009 NFPA 1002 Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications and requires a textbook and student supplement. This course provides the student with information on pump construction and theory of pump operations. Topics include methods for performing basic hydraulics and techniques on basic inspections, documentation, maintenance, and troubleshooting fire pumps. Each student also has the opportunity to increase his or her pumping skills during simulated pumping conditions. This course is designed for fire service emergency response personnel. More
Dates Dates: March 19-23, 2018 (Monday-Friday 0800-1700)
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The Instructor-Led Training (ILT) component of the Technical Search Specialist course is designed to provide Urban Search and Rescue (US&R) Task Force personnel with the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to perform technical search functions for a US&R team during a disaster or a planned event. You will learn the essential requirements necessary to perform all physical, visual, and technical search functions. Upon completion of the ILT component, participants will be able to successfully perform the position of Technical Search Specialist on a US&R team. Prior to attending the ILT component of the course, all students must complete the 16 hours of CBT (Computer Bases Training) through the www.esf9training.org Learning Management System. Task Force Training Managers are responsible for enrolling their students in the CBT if the Task Force has not enabled the self enroll feature. All non-FEMA students can access CBT training through TEEX.org. All certificates of completion must be printed and submitted prior to the first day of the ILT Course. More
Dates Dates: March 21-23, 2018 (Wednesday-Friday 0800-1700) *Night drill until 2200 March 23rd*
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Class Size Class size: 36 seats
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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. More
Dates Dates: March 26-28, 2018 (Monday-Wednesday) 0830-1730
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Class Size Class size: 30 seats
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This course was developed in the continuing effort to reduce the number of firefighter 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 firefighter 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. More
Dates Dates: March 26-27, 2018 (Monday-Tuesday) 0800-1700 (16 hours)
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The purpose of the L-973: Finance/Administration Section Chief Course is to provide local and State-level emergency responders with an overview of key duties and responsibilities of a Finance/Administration Section Chief Type III on a Type III AHIMT. By the end of this course students will be able to: describe how to gather, organize, and communicate information necessary to perform as a Finance/Administration Section Chief, describe the roles and responsibilities of the position as they apply to planning, supervision, and coordination, identify key strategies for interacting with members of the Incident Management Team and personnel outside of the IMT, and describe the information gathered from the initial meetings, briefings, and documents. Each student is required to have the most current All-Hazards Incident Management Team Response and Planning Guide for use during class. Copies are also available for purchase from the CFRTA. More
Dates Dates: March 27-29, 2018 (Tuesday-Thursday) 0800-1630. (24 hours)
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Class Size Class size: 27 seats
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Updated to reflect the 2017 NFPA 1002 Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications and requires a textbook and student supplement. This course provides the student with information on pump construction and theory of pump operations. Topics include methods for performing basic hydraulics and techniques on basic inspections, documentation, maintenance, and troubleshooting fire pumps. Each student also has the opportunity to increase his or her pumping skills during simulated pumping conditions. This course is designed for fire service emergency response personnel. More
Dates Dates: April 2-6, 2018 (Monday-Friday 0800-1700)
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Class Size Class size: 24 seats
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The purpose of the L-962 Planning Section Chief Course is to provide local and State-level emergency responders with an overview of key duties and responsibilities of a Planning Section Chief Type III in a Type III AHIMT. By the end of this course, students will be able to: describe the function, roles and responsibilities of the PSC, the RESL, and the SITL, describe the purpose, timing and structure of each of the meetings, briefings and documents in the Planning Cycle, identify key strategies for interacting with members of the Planning Section, members of the IMT, and personnel outside of the IMT and describe the responsibilities of the Documentation Unit and Demobilization Unit Leaders and the purpose of the Final Incident Package. Each student is required to have the most current All-Hazards Incident Management Team Response and Planning Guide for use during class. Copies are also available for purchase from the CFRTA. More
Dates Dates: April 2-5, 2018 (Monday-Thursday) 0800-1630 (32 hours)
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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. More
Dates Dates: April 9-11, 2018 (Monday-Wednesday) 0830-1730
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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. More
Dates Dates: April 11-13, 2018 (Wednesday-Friday) 0800-1700 (24 hours)
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This course provides students with a basic knowledge of a Fire Fighter I's field inspection roles and responsibilities specific to California including tents, canopies, and temporary membrane structures; fireworks and explosives; and wildland urban interface environments. More
Dates Dates: April 12-13, 2018 (Thursday-Friday) 0830-1730
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The purpose of the L-970 Supply Unit Leader Course is to provide local and State-level emergency responders with an overview of key duties and responsibilities of a Supply Unit Leader Type III in a Type III AHIMT. By the end of this course, students will be able to: describe the actions and considerations necessary to mobilize the unit and gain situational awareness, describe the ordering process in its entirety, describe the information required when an order originates to be able to process that order, complete and submit a ICS Form 259-Resource Order, receive, reconcile, and distribute supplies and equipment, maintain an appropriate inventory level of supplies, manage the Supply Unit’s resources and manage the demobilization of incident and Unit resources. Each student is required to have the most current All-Hazards Incident Management Team Response and Planning Guide for use during class. Copies are also available for purchase from the CFRTA. More
Dates Dates: April 16-19, 2018 (Monday-Thursday) 0800-1630 (32 hours)
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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. More
Dates Dates: April 17-18, 2018 (Tuesday-Wednesday) 0900-1700 (16 hours)
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Class Size Class size: 40 seats
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