Firefighter Training

Firefighter Training

Cold Water Ice Rescue

Course #: 4750348501
Course Description:

This hands-on course will present techniques necessary to perform effective surface ice rescues. Public safety personnel and responders will learn how to avoid becoming a victim of the ice environment. Topics will include ice formations and hazards, ice strength evaluation, rescuer and victim responses to acute hypothermia, cold-water near drowning, ice-rescue equipment and techniques, and ice rescue operational plans. The course will include both classroom and open water sessions.

Class No: 9220
Delivery: Class
Fees Under 62: $37.13
Fees Over 62: $17.00
Instructor: Waydick
Meetings:
Sat at Land O Lakes - Land O Lakes Fire Department

This is a 6-hour Ice Rescue Refresher. Participants must have previously completed the initial Ice Rescue Training course.

Cold Water Ice Rescue Shore Support

Course #: 4750348502
Course Description:

This course is targeted for public safety members providing shore support during cold water and/or ice rescue incidents. Classroom topics include ice formations and hazards, ice strength and evaluation, rescuer and victim responses to acute hypothermia, cold-water near drowning, ice rescue equipment and techniques and ice rescue operational plans. During the open water sessions, participants will only provide shore support activities to include line tending.

Class No: 9221
Delivery: Class
Fees Under 62: $32.13
Fees Over 62: $12.00
Instructor: Waydick
Meetings:
Sat at Land O Lakes - Land O Lakes Fire Department

This is a 6-hour Ice Rescue Shore Support Refresher. Participants must have previously completed the initial Ice Rescue Shore Support Training course.

Entry Level Drive Operate Pump Part I

Course #: 4750374100
Course Description:

The ELDO Part I course will teach the student the safe procedures for driving fire apparatus (primarily pumping apparatus) to the emergency scene and returning to quarters. Class will be a combination of lecture and practical skills. Driving principles will be practiced and demonstrated through six standard driving maneuvers which include: serpentine exercise, alley dock exercise, diminshing clearance exercise and confined space turn-around exercises. 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. Courses when taken in sequential order, are designed to provide the new pumper operator with the information needed tyo comply with the minimum pumper operator training requirements as specified in Comm 30.08, employment standards (2)[3-3.3] (a) in Wisconsin Administrative Code, Deparment of Commerce, Chapter Comm 30, Fire Department Safety and Health.

Class No: 9223
Delivery: Class
Fees Under 62: $48.01
Fees Over 62: $7.75
Instructor: Sipin
Meetings:
Wed at Woodruff - Arbor Vitae Fire Department

This is a state-funded course for students affiliated with a fire department who successfully complete. Class will be held at the Arbor Vitae Fire Department on 4/10, 4/17, 4/24, and 5/1/19. No textbook required.

Entry Level Drive Operate Pump Part II

Course #: 4750374200
Course Description:

The ELDO Part II course will provide a new driver-operator with the knowledge and information needed to operate a fire pump in a basic mode on the fireground. The student will receive instruction on the parts of a fire pump and operation. He/she will develop a working knowledge of the different components located on a pump panel and be able to explain and properly work each component. This course will also train the student to pump at the correct engine pressures during fireground operations. The student will learn how to supply water at the correct pressures to the different nozzles and appliances carried on the fire apparatus. 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. 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) in Wisconsin Administrative Code, Department of Commerce, Chapter Comm 30, Fire Department Safety and Health.

Class No: 9222
Delivery: Class
Fees Under 62: $70.77
Fees Over 62: $10.38
Instructor: Sipin
Meetings:
Wed at Woodruff - Arbor Vitae Fire Department

This is a state-funded course for students affiliated with a fire department who successfully complete. Class will be held at the Arbor Vitae Fire Department on 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29, 6/5, and 6/12/19. No textbook required.

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