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406 - Safety Officer

District: District 05
County: Johnson
Location: White River Township Fire Department

Start Time:
09-08-2014 9:00 am
End Time:
09-08-2014 5:00 pm
Cut Off:
09-08-2014
Capacity:
Unlimited
Registered:
25    [View List]

Indiana Firefighter Training System - Indiana Department of Homeland Security

 

Course Announcement

Safety Officer

September 8 – 12, 2014 9am to 5 pm

Funded by IFTS District 5 and hosted by White River Township FD (Johnson County)

Lead Instructor:  Battalion Chief Shawn Grass

Location:  White River Township FD Headquarters

850 S. Mullinix Road

Greenwood, Indiana 46143

 

Cost:  Free.  Must register at:  www.indianafiretraining.com

 

The students will be able to identify and analyze health and safety aspects that affect emergency responder safety in emergency and non-emergency situations.

Additional Information

Major topics covered in the course are the role of the health and safety officer, the laws, standards, and regulations, health maintenance, accident investigation, and post-incident examination. Methods of instruction include lecture, discussion, classroom exercises, case studies, audio/visual material, learner presentations/reports, end of course testing, and graded individual and group activities throughout the course.

The ACE/CREDIT recommendation for this course is in the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category or in the upper division baccalaureate degree category, 3 semester hour in Occupational Health and Safety, Fire Science, or Emergency Management (2/95) (12/99).

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to understand the role of the health and safety officer in both the emergency and non-emergency situations.

 

Contact Training Chief Dale Saucier at 317-534-9024 for more information

 

 

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402 - Fire Officer I

District: District 05
County: Marion
Location: Decatur Township Fire Department
Instructors: David Probo(dprobo)  

Start Time:
09-15-2014 8:00 am
End Time:
09-15-2014 5:00 pm
Cut Off:
09-20-2014
Capacity:
30
Registered:
30    [View List]

Officer 1 District 5 Class

 

Dates: 9-15, 17, 18 & 23 (Classes will run from 0900-1700)

Practical Skills date: 9/25

Written exam date: 9/26

Location: Decatur Township Fire Department, 5410 S. High School Road, Indianapolis, IN 46221

Instructor: Jim Campbell

Lead Evaluator: Robin Nicoson

Proctor: Chuck Valentine

Class Size: 30 max

 

Instructional Hours: 63 

ACE Code: FOTIR

Course Description:

The objective of this course is to provide entry-level training in company operations and administration at the first-line supervisory level.

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to find ways to effectively manage human resources; community/public relations; fire department organizations and administration, including budgets, reports, and planning; fire inspection, investigation, and public education; emergency service delivery; and safety. (National Fire Protection Association 1021 Standard, Fire Officer Professional Qualifications). 

Prerequisites

The prerequisites for this course are MFRI Firefighter II, or MFSPQB, NPQS, or IFSAC Firefighter II certification. It is suggested a minimum of one year experience as a Firefighter II be completed before enrolling in this program.

Additional Information

Major topics covered in the course are the role of the fire officer, fire officer's responsibility in facing compliance and accountability, recognition and managing cultural diversity, safety and wellness of fire, quality management within the organizational structure, community awareness, public relations, fire safety education, functional leadership, problem solving, performance appraisal, building construction, fire cause determination, effective communication skills, and incident command system with strategy and tactics. 

Methods of instruction include lecture, discussion, classroom exercises, case studies, audio/visual material, learner presentations/reports, preceptorship program, quizzes, a final examination, and completion of required skills and preceptorship program.

ACE Credit Recommendations: The ACE/CREDIT recommendation for this course in the vocational certificate category or lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 4 semester hours in Fire Science Technology, Emergency Medical Service Technology, Emergency Management, or Public Administration (11/94) (12/99) (10/04). 

SAR 300 - Ground Search II (Operations)

District: District 05
County: Johnson
Location: Camp Atterbury
Instructors: Chip Sunier(csunier)  

Start Time:
09-20-2014 9:00 am
End Time:
09-20-2014 5:00 pm
Cut Off:
09-20-2014
Capacity:
20
Registered:
20    [View List]
Location:
Camp Atterbury
Attachment:
Directions

This class is the operations level class for Search and Rescue. It builds on the SAR 200 Awareness class.  Students will participate in hands on ground search activities. Dress appropriately for weather conditions. Students should bring a fully equipped 24 Hour Pack. Lunch will be "in the field".

Class will be located at:

Camp Atterbury

Search and Rescue Training Center

3008 Hospital Rd

Edinburgh IN

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