Fire Training

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Requirements for New Firefighters:

Firefighter Emergency Care:

 This is a 24 hour course covering cardiopulmonary resuscitation, airway management and ventilation, use of an automated defibrillator, basic trauma care, and basic care for the most common medical emergencies

Wildland NWCG S-130/S-190:

 This is a 40 hour basic course intended to give new personnel an overview of the differences encountered in wildfires. 16 hours of classroom, 8 hours in the field, and 16 hours of internet based training. S-130 is online while S-190 is in the classrom. I-100/L-180 will also be completed during this course.

Hazardous Materials Awareness/Operations, IFSAC:

 This is a 24 hour course involving various aspects of identifying, securing, and isolating hazardous materials incidents with hands-on exercises. This course also covers defensive operations such as damming and diking spills

Vehicle Extrication, IFSAC

 This 30 hour course is designed to introduce the student to the basic concepts and skills of vehicle extrication.

Firefighter I&II, IFSAC:

 A complete course involving all aspects of firefighting including ladders, search and rescue, ventilation, fire attack, classroom work, and various other hands-on skills that will prepare the cadet for the rigors of firefighting.

Complete ICS Classes:

 I-100, 200, 700, 701, 702, 703, 706, and 800 must be completed by each firefighter.