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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: January 22-24, 2019 Tuesday-Thursday 0800-1700 (24 hours)
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Class Size Class size: 30 seats
 
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 More
Dates Dates: January 22-24, 2019 (Tuesday-Thursday) 0800-1700
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Class Size Class size: 15 seats
 
This course incorporates the Updated Curriculum covering tactics and strategy in the Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) for the Task Force/Strike Team Leader 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. The 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. More
Dates Dates: January 28-31, 2019 (Monday-Thursday) 0900-1700
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Class Size Class size: 20 seats
 
This official American Heart Association (AHA) BLS/CPR for Healthcare Providers course satisfies both the Initial and Renewal certification requirements. The BLS for Healthcare Providers Course teaches the skills of CPR for victims of all ages. The course is designed for healthcare providers working both in and out of hospital. The BLS course curriculum includes: Assessment of unconscious victims, Adult chest compressions for single and multiple rescuers, Infant and child CPR, Treatment for choking for all ages and Proper use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). The American Heart Association requires each student to have access to their own current AHA BLS Provider Manual prior to, during and after the BLS/CPR course. Registered students may purchase the manual directly from http://shop.aha.channing-bete.com/onlinestore/storeitem.html?iid=179347& or students may bring their own copy of the manual to class. Manuals will also be available for use during the class. More
Dates Dates: Monday, January 28, 2019 (0900-1230)
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Class Size Class size: 8 seats
 
This course is designed to provide the skills and knowledge needed to perform in the role of Fireline Medic. Topics include position overview; supplies and equipment; assignments; lessons learned; Medical Unit Leader expectations; communications; documentation; navigation; safety; and medical emergencies specific to the wildland arena. **This course includes both classroom and field exercises.** There is currently no certification by the State Fire Marshal. The course curriculum is based off of FIRESCOPE Recommendations. More
Dates Dates: January 28-29, 2019 (Monday-Tuesday) 0800-1700
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Class Size Class size: 20 seats
 
This course provides instruction in identifying a permit and non-permit required confined space, that 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. More
Dates Dates: January 30, 2019 (Wednesday) 0900-1700 (8 hours)
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The Emergency Medical Technician-Basic (EMT-Basic) program provides the student with an outline of the EMS system, introduces assessment skills, as well as provides pathophysiology of common neurological, respiratory, and cardiac related emergencies. The EMT-Basic program is an 10-week training course for emergency medical technicians performing as ambulance attendants. It covers techniques of emergency medical care presently considered within the responsibilities of the emergency medical technician, and emphasizes the development of student skills in recognition of symptoms of illnesses and injuries and proper procedures of emergency care. A program completion certificate is awarded to students who pass the course with a 80% or better average. Successful completion of the EMT-Basic course provides eligibility to sit for the National Registry EMT examination and the State of California EMT license. A student must be 18 years old in order to qualify for California State licensing. This course is conducted in compliance with Title 22, Division 9, Chapter 2 of the California Code of Regulations and Emergency Medical Technician - Basic (EMT). Field internship and Clinical hours are required. 160 hours of didactic and skills laboratory and 24 hours of supervised clinical field experience. Mandatory Orientation scheduled for July 21, 2015 at 6pm. Registered students will receive information on required items that must be submitted to participate in the course including vaccination records, CPR BLS for Healthcare Provider certification, drug screen and background check. More
Dates Dates: February 5-April 13, 2019 (Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6pm-10pm and Saturdays 8AM-5PM
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Class Size Class size: 25 seats
 
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. Required Textbook: "Chief Officer: Principles and Practice". Jones & Bartlett. ISBN: 9781284038422. Textbook is not included in the registration fee. Textbooks are available for purchase from CFRTA. More
Dates Dates: February 6-8, 2019 (Wednesday-Friday 0800-1700)
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Class Size Class size: 25 seats
 
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 is being offered over 2-10 hour days* Required Textbook: Fire and Emergency Services Administration: Management & Leadership Practices. 2nd Edition. Jones & Bartlett. ISBN: 9781449605834. (textbook is required but not included in registration fee). Textbook is available for purchase during the online registration process or by contacting the CFRTA Business Office. More
Dates Dates: February 6-7, 2019 (Wednesday & Thursday 0800-1600)
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Class Size Class size: 32 seats
 
The PHTLS Provider course is designed to be an intensive 16 hour experience focused on the challenges of managing complex trauma cases in the prehospital setting. It is available to all levels of prehospital care providers, and programs are typically attended by Emergency First Responders (Fire, Police, Search & Rescue, etc.), EMT?s, Paramedics, Nurses (including Industrial based Occupational Health Nurses), Physicians, and Physician Assistants. The course is scenario-based, with lectures and interactive skills station components meant to enhance the prehospital care providers? knowledge, and further develop the critical thinking skills required to effectively treat the trauma patient in the field. **Students will need to purchase the PHTLS manual for use in class. More
Dates Dates: February 15-16, 2019 (Friday-Saturday 0900-1730)
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Class Size Class size: 20 seats
 
This course incorporates the Updated Curriculum covering tactics and strategy in the Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) for the Task Force/Strike Team Leader 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. The 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. More
Dates Dates: February 25-March 1, 2019 (Monday 1300-1700, Tues-Thurs 0900-1700, Fri 0900-1200)
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Class Size Class size: 20 seats
 
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. Required Textbook: "Chief Officer: Principles and Practice". Jones & Bartlett. ISBN: 9781284038422. Textbook is not included in the registration fee. Textbook is available for purchase from the CFRTA. More
Dates Dates: February 25-27, 2019 (Monday-Wednesday 0800-1700)
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Class Size Class size: 25 seats
 
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. Required Materials: (1) IFSTA "Fire Inspection and Code Enforcement" 7th Edition. (2) 2016 California Fire Code with Title 19 excerpts. More
Dates Dates: February 25-26, 2019 (Monday & Tuesday 0830-1730) 16 Hours
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Class Size Class size: 30 seats
 
The PHTLS Provider course is designed to be an intensive 16 hour experience focused on the challenges of managing complex trauma cases in the prehospital setting. It is available to all levels of prehospital care providers, and programs are typically attended by Emergency First Responders (Fire, Police, Search & Rescue, etc.), EMT?s, Paramedics, Nurses (including Industrial based Occupational Health Nurses), Physicians, and Physician Assistants. The course is scenario-based, with lectures and interactive skills station components meant to enhance the prehospital care providers? knowledge, and further develop the critical thinking skills required to effectively treat the trauma patient in the field. **Students will need to purchase the PHTLS manual for use in class. More
Dates Dates: March 1-2, 2019 (Friday-Saturday 0900-1730)
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Class Size Class size: 20 seats
 
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: March 4-6, 2019 (Monday-Wednesday) 0830-1730
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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: March 7-8, 2019 (Thursday-Friday) 0830-1730
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Class Size Class size: 30 seats
 
This course incorporates the Updated Curriculum covering tactics and strategy in the Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) for the Task Force/Strike Team Leader 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. The 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. More
Dates Dates: March 11-14, 2019 (Monday-Thursday) 0900-1700
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Class Size Class size: 20 seats
 
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 12-13, 2019 (Tuesday-Wednesday) 0800-1700
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Class Size Class size: 30 seats
 
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. Required Textbook: "Chief Officer: Principles and Practice.". Jones & Bartlett. ISBN: 9781284038422. Textbook is not included in the registration fee. Textbooks are available for purchase from CFRTA. More
Dates Dates: March 18-20, 2019 (Monday-Wednesday 0800-1700)
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Class Size Class size: 25 seats
 
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: March 20-22, 2019 (Wednesday-Friday) 0800-1700 (24 hours)
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Class Size Class size: 24 seats
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