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PNW 2023 Spring Lecture Series

Gig Harbor Fire & Medic One HQ 10222 Bujacich Rd, Gig Harbor, CA, United States

>> Register Now << We're proud to partner with Gig Harbor Fire & Medic One to bring FOUR great fire service instructors to the PNW.   You can sign up for just one class, for two of them, or best of all... you can sign up for all of them!

Shoreline Truck Academy

Shoreline Washigon 17300 Fremont Ave N, Shoreline, WA, United States

>> Register Here << The SHORELINE TRUCK ACADEMY is a five day (40 hour) physically demanding course designed for experienced firefighters to

Boise Firefighters Symposium

The Linen Building 1402 W Grove St, Boise, ID, United States

> REGISTER HERE < The Symposium is an annual event for firefighters to join in high-quality, practical, and relevant training. The conference

SFT River and Flood Water Rescue

2409 Dean Street, McClellan Ca 94562 2409 Dean Street, McClellan, CA, United States

>> Register Here << This course is intended for the training of fire service personnel in water rescue techniques. Topics include swift water rescue, submerged vehicles, drowning, use of engine/truck company equipment for water rescue, use of rafts and boats, and underwater search and recovery.

The Big Sky Fire Conference

Bozeman Fire Training Facility 1812 N. Rouse Ave., bozeman, MT, United States

>> Register Here << Lecture and HOT with Dennis LeGear, Jason Fullmer, Kyle Romagus, Gino Galli, & Travis Tygielski and Brothers in

Coordinating Ventilation

CCRI-Newport Campus 1 John H Chafee Blvd, Newport, RI, United States

>> Register Here << This class examines ventilation and its relationship with fire dynamics, fireground operations, and victim survivability. A set of guiding principles and practices, serving as a universal framework, is provided to streamline decision-making and improve operational effectiveness and efficiency. Participants will leave with a practical understanding of ventilation and the methodology for coordinating it with fire attack and search, so you can make the right call for YOUR fireground.

Lake Effect Fire Conference

Luther J. Taylor Training Center 710 East Sample Street, South Bend, IN, United States

>> Register Here << This third annual Lake Effect Fire Conference is quite simply aligned with the mission of Fire Nuggets, and

SFT Structural Collapse Specialist 2

2409 Dean Street, McClellan Ca 94562 2409 Dean Street, McClellan, CA, United States

>> Register Now << This course provides the skills and knowledge needed for the technician-level structural collapse specialist to rescue victims from a collapsed heavy construction-type structure; including size up, incident action plans, search, cribbing systems, lifting and moving heavy loads, stabilization, breaching, and rescue. Prerequisites: Structural Collapse Specialist 1 or Rescue Systems 2 PPE to bring: Wildland, rescue or structure helmet, wildland pant and coat, leather work gloves, steel toe boots, eye/ear protection, and drinking water.

SFT Instructor II

Woodland Fire Station 3 1550 Springlake Ct, Woodland, CA, United States

>> Register Here << This course provides the skills and knowledge needed for the intermediate level professional instructor to perform his or

CA-219: Firing Operations

Yocha Dehe Fire Dept 14170 Golf Course Dr., Brooks, CA, United States

>> Register Here << This course introduces the roles and responsibilities of a Firing Boss (FIRB), common firing devices, and general firing operations and techniques. Although comprehensive in nature, the coursework is not a substitute for the dynamic fire environment. The course provides students with important information concerning general tasks required to be successful.

Taking Control: Homefront to the Fireground

>> Register Here << First, we will tackle the body. Stress-induced tachycardia and exertion-induced tachycardia affect the body in different ways. Stress-induced tachycardia causes a narrowing field of vision, auditory exclusion, loss of fine motor skills, and the inability to make a clear decision or have cognitive thought. Exertion-induced tachycardia simply raises the heart rate. Firefighter experiences an extreme amount of stress-induced tachycardia during their time of service. This will be expanded for both the fireground and the homefront. Second, we will go through some practices both good and bad preparing for the job. Past practices sometimes involve complex escape methods, elaborate mayday procedures, and training that is unrealistic causing a false sense of security. This has been recognized and studied in depth by many. We will expand on and bridge the gap between the science and the fire service. We will cover methods and practices used to help reverse or slow the effects of stress on the fireground. This is accomplished through breathing techniques, meditation methods, simplifying practices, and repetition. Our class will focus on how our stressors affect our home life and what we can do to bridge the gap from work stress to homefront stress. Lastly, we will dive into the mind both on the fireground and at home. We will go over techniques and experiences we have found along our way as a fire couple. Some of the topics discussed will include how to keep your family involved, diffusing and balancing work vs life, and reducing stress at home during shift days. For years we have heard the sayings such as "Don’t take work home with you.”, and "Keep work at work and home at home." We are here to break that old tale and show you how to balance your mind with work and home. Mental health is a priority and one we hold very close to our hearts. This lecture is a journey that we will take attendees on that is full of trials and tribulations in both the fire service career and our homefront experience.

The Engine Company: Effective Fire Attack

Lee Broadbent Training Center 58577 McNulty Way, St Helens, OR, United States

>> Register Here << The fire service begins and ends with engine company fundamentals. This class will offer various methods of handling

SFT Rope Rescue Technician

2409 Dean Street, McClellan Ca 94562 2409 Dean Street, McClellan, CA, United States

>> Register Here << Class Description This course will prepare participants to undergo competency testing for high angle rescue. The scope of

PNW Fire Conference

Clearwater Casino Resort 15347 Suquamish Way NE, Suquamish, WA, United States



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