Fire Safety

   Fire Training Course Schedule: Fall 2014

  Fire Training Course Schedule : Spring 2015

 
 

 

Entry Level Fire Fighter - Parts 1 and 2

Entry Level Fire Fighter Part 1 (30 hour course) and Entry Level Fire Fighter Part 2 (additional 30 hour course) introduce the participant to the basic knowledge and skills necessary to perform fire fighting functions under direct supervision.
 
The targeted audience is individuals new to the fire fighting field.
 
These courses, when taken in sequential order, are designed to provide the Entry Level Fire Fighter candidate with the information needed to comply with the minimum fire fighter training requirements as specified in Comm 30.08, Employment standards (1) [3-3.2] (a) of Wisconsin Administrative Code, Department of Commerce, Chapter Comm 30, Fire Department Safety and Health. They are based on the International Fire Service Training Association (IFSTA) Essentials of Fire Fighter, 4th Edition curriculum.
 

Fire Fighter I

This 36-hour course prepares the participant to be able to perform fire fighting functions at a minimum nationally recognized level under direct supervision.
 
The targeted audience is individuals who have completed the minimum fire fighting training requirements as specified in Comm 30.08, Employment standards (1) [3-3.2] of Wisconsin Administrative Code, Department of Commerce, Chapter 30, Fire Department Safety and Health, and desire or are required to increase their knowledge and skills base to next level.
 
This course when taken in subsequent to completion of the Entry Level Fire Fighter Part 1 (30 hours) and Part 2 ( 30 hours) courses, is designed to provide the Fire Fighter I candidate with the additional information needed to meet the job performance requirements (JPRs) in National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1001, Standard for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications, Chapter 3. It is based on the International Fire Service Training Association (IFSTA) Essentials of Fire Fighting, 4th Edition curriculum.
 

Hazardous Materials Operations Level

This 24-hour course prepares the participant to be able to perform the minimum hazardous material incident operations associated with fire fighting functions at an advanced nationally recognized level under general supervision.
 
The targeted audience is individuals who have completed the training required to meet the Fire Fighter I JPRs in NFPA 1001, and desire to increase their knowledge and skills base to the next level.
 
This course is designed to provide the Fire Fighter II candidate with the information needed to meet the operational level competencies for the hazardous material first responder as referenced in the job performance requirements (JPRs) in National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1001, Standard for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications, Chapter 4, 4-1.1. It is based on the National Fire Academy (NFA) Initial Response to Hazardous Materials Incidents: Basic Concepts and Initial Response to Hazardous Materials Incidents: Concepts Implementation curriculums. The participant must also take the Fire Fighter II course in order to meet the remainder of the NFPA Fire Fighter II JPRs.
 

Fire Fighter II

This 42-hour course prepares the participant to be able to perform fire fighting functions at an advanced nationally recognized level under general supervision.
 
The targeted audience is individuals who have completed the training required to meet the Fire Fighter I JPRs in NFPA 1001, and desire to increase their knowledge and skills base to next level.
 
This course, when taken in subsequent to completion of the Fire Fighter I course, is designed to provide the Fire Fighter II candidate with the information needed to meet the job performance requirements (JPRs) in National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1001, Standard for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications, Chapter 4. It is based on the International Fire Service Training Association (IFSTA) Essentials of Fire Fighting, 4th Edition curriculum. The participant must also take the Hazardous Materials Operation Level course in order to meet the remainder of the NFPA Fire Fighter II JPRs.
 

Entry Level Driver/Operator-Pumper - Parts 1 and 2

These 15-hour (30 hours total) courses introduce the participant to the basic knowledge and skills necessary to perform fire apparatus driving and pumping duties for their respective fire departments.
 
The targeted audience is individuals who expect to be appointed or have recently been appointed to driver/operator-pumper duties on their respective fire departments.
 
These courses, when taken in sequential order, are designed to provide the new pumper operator with the information needed to comply with the minimum pumper operator training requirements as specified in Comm 30.08, Employment standards (2) [3-3.3] (a) of Wisconsin Administrative Code, Department of Commerce, Chapter Comm 30, Fire Department Safety and Health.
 

Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator-Pumper - Parts 1 and 2

These 33-hour (66 hours total) courses prepare the participant to be able to perform fire apparatus maintenance, driving, positioning, operating/pumping and testing functions at a minimum nationally recognized level.
 
The targeted audience is individuals who have completed the training required to meet the Fire Fighter I JPRs of NFPA 1001, Standard for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications, Chapter 3, and desire or are required to increase their knowledge and skills base to progress to the fire apparatus driver/operator-pumper level.
 
These courses, when taken in sequential order, are designed to provide the Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator-Pumper candidate with the information needed to meet the job performance requirements (JPRs) in National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1002, Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications, Chapter 2 and 3. They are based on the International Fire Service Training Association (IFSTA) Pumping Apparatus Driver/Operator Handbook, 1st Edition curriculum.
 

Entry Level Driver/Operator-Aerial

This 6-hour course introduces the participant to the basic knowledge and skills necessary to perform fire apparatus driving and aerial operation duties for their respective fire departments.
 
The targeted audience is individuals who expect to be appointed or have recently been appointed to driver/operator-aerial duties on their respective fire departments.
 
This course, when taken in subsequent to completion of Entry Level Driver/Operator-Pumper, Part 2 is designed to provide the new aerial operator with the information needed to comply with the minimum aerial operator training requirements as specified in Comm 30.08, Employment standards (2) [3-3.3] (a) of Wisconsin Administrative Code, Department of Commerce, Chapter Comm 30, Fire Department Safety and Health.
 

Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator-Aerial

This 36-hour course prepares the participant to be able to perform aerial fire apparatus driving, positioning, operating and testing functions at a minimum nationally recognized level.
 
The targeted audience is individuals who have completed the training required to meet the Fire Fighter I JPRs of NFPA 1001, Standard for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications, Chapter 3, and desire or are required to increase their knowledge and skills base to progress to the fire apparatus driver/operator-aerial level.
 
This course is designed to provide the Driver/Operator-Aerial candidate with the information needed to meet the job performance requirements (JPRs) in National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1002, Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications, Chapter 4. It is based on the International Fire Service Training Association (IFSTA) Aerial Apparatus Driver/Operator Handbook, 1st Edition curriculum.
 

Entry Level Fire Officer

This 30-hour course assists the participant in making the transition from the fire fighter level to the company officer level.
 
The targeted audience is individuals who have completed at least the minimum fire fighter training requirements as specified in Comm 30.08, Employment standards (2) [3-3.3] (a) of Wisconsin Administrative Code, Department of Commerce, Chapter Comm 30, Fire Department Safety and Health and whose duties have increased to the supervision level. These individuals would include recently appointed or soon-to-be appointed fire officers.
 
This course is designed to provide the new fire officer or fire officer candidate with the information needed to comply with the minimum fire officer training requirements as specified in Comm 30.08, Employment standards (2) [3-3.3] (a) of Wisconsin Administrative Code, Department of Commerce, Chapter Comm 30, Fire Department Safety and Health.
 

Fire Officer I

This 60-hour course prepares the participant to be able to perform fire fighting supervisor functions at a minimum nationally recognized level.
 
The targeted audience is individuals who have completed at least the training required to meet the Fire Fighter II JPRs of NFPA 1002, Standard for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications, Chapter 4, and desire or are required to increase their knowledge and skills to progress to the Fire Officer I Level.
 
This course is designed to provide the Fire Officer I candidate with the information needed to meet the job performance requirements (JPRs) in National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1021, Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualifications, Chapter 2. It is based on the International Fire Service Training Association (IFSTA) Fire Department Company Officer, 3rd Edition textbook/Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute (MFRI), Fire Officer I curriculum.
 

Fire Officer II

This 45-hour course prepares the participant to be able to perform fire fighting supervisor/manager functions at a minimum nationally recognized level.
The targeted audience is individuals who have completed the training required to meet the Fire Officer I JPRs of NFPA 1021, Standard for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications, Chapter 2, and desire or are required to increase their knowledge and skills to progress to the Fire Officer II Level.
This course is designed to provide the Fire Officer II candidate with the information needed to meet the job performance requirements (JPRs) in National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1021, Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualifications, Chapter 3. It is based on the International Fire Service Training Association (IFSTA) Fire Department Company Officer, 3rd Edition textbook/Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute (MFRI), Fire Officer II curriculum.
 

Fire Inspector I - Parts 1 and 2

These 30-hour (60 hours total) courses prepare the participant to be able to perform fire inspection functions at a minimum nationally recognized level.
 
The targeted audience is individuals who have been assigned the duties of Fire Inspector I. Fire Inspector I is the first of three levels identified in NFPA 1031. The Inspector I conducts basic fire inspections and applies codes and standards.
 
These courses, when taken in sequential order, are designed to provide the Fire Inspector I candidate with the information needed to meet the job performance requirements (JPRs) in National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1031, Standard for Professional Qualifications for Fire Inspector and Plan Examiner, Chapter 3.
 

Fire Inspector I - Parts 1 and 2

These 30-hour (60 hours total) courses prepare the participant to be able to perform fire inspection functions at a minimum nationally recognized level.
 
The targeted audience is individuals who have been assigned the duties of Fire Inspector I. Fire Inspector I is the first of three levels identified in NFPA 1031. The Inspector I conducts basic fire inspections and applies codes and standards.
 
These courses, when taken in sequential order, are designed to provide the Fire Inspector I candidate with the information needed to meet the job performance requirements (JPRs) in National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1031, Standard for Professional Qualifications for Fire Inspector and Plan Examiner, Chapter 3.

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