>> Register Here << Info Needed During Registration: Fire 9673 CRN 3354 Spring 2024
>> Register Here << Three days of classes you won't want to miss. This conference is TIFMAS and HB2604 approved for Texas
> Register Here << These highly interactive sessions bring a wargamer’s approach to the emergency incident decision making skillset. Work in a
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>> Register Here << The Incident Management Symposium is the pinnacle of fire training. We continually bring the best speakers and most current information to firefighters worldwide: this conference emphasizes all fireground operations and incident management. You can't miss it this year.
>> Register Here << In this program we discuss practical application of command and control principles. We will cover the essential duties of chief/command oﬃcers in preparing their department and crews before the ﬁre and leading them on the ﬁreground. Our objective is to provide a systematic process of how to eﬀectively organize and manage a safe and aggressive ﬁreground – starting with receipt of the alarm through termination of the incident. It is designed to assist departments in growing and improving their ﬁreground command operations, and in further preparing current and future oﬃcers to safely and eﬀectively command emergency operations. This training course will also support the participation of neighboring response partners to enhance interoperability between agencies and foster continued growth of a common operating model. The concepts discussed in these programs are compliant with NIMS and NFPA 1561, yet focus on “street smart”, practical, and simplistic implementation of these standards.
>> Register Here << This command level course provides the student with the incident management terminology and methodology that is employed during a fire fighter emergency. Data from Project Mayday is used along with local case studies to illustrate how to best avoid and be prepared to effectively respond to a mayday. Simulations allow students to participate in incident command positions during a fire fighter emergency.
>> Register Here << All too often in the fire service we train on the technical aspects of our job, but rarely
>> Register Here << This course is designed to meet the training needs of a Safety Officer Type 1 (SOF1), Safety Officer Type 2 (SOF2), and Line Safety Officer (SOFR) on an incident as outlined in the NIMS: Wildland Fire Qualification System Guide, PMS 310-1, and the position taskbook developed for the position
> Register Here < This course provides training for personnel who require advanced application of the Incident Command System (ICS). This course