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FF Module B

District: District 05
County: Hamilton
Location: Westfield Fire Department
Instructors: Robert Wirey(rwirey)  

Start Time:
01-03-2015 12:00 am
End Time:
01-03-2015 12:00 am
Cut Off:
01-03-2015
Capacity:
Unlimited
Registered:
6    [View List]

District 5 Class

Firefighter I/II

Module B

Location Hamilton County Training Tower

Instructor :  Ryan Sparks

Contact Ryan at 317-801-2853 for class Schedule

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503 - Hazardous Materials Awareness/Operations

District: District 05
County: Shelby
Location: Fountaintown Community Vol Fire Department

Start Time:
01-10-2015 9:00 am
End Time:
01-10-2015 5:00 pm
Cut Off:
01-10-2015
Capacity:
25
Registered:
17    [View List]

Course:                Hazardous Materials Awareness/Operations

 

Location:

Fountaintown Volunteer Fire Department

141 East Brookville Road

Fountaintown, Indiana 46130

Funding:

District 5 funded class for Shelby County

 

Lead instructor:                Robert C. Allen

rallen@sugarcreektwp.com

812-327-9678

 

Dates:

Saturdays 0900-1700

 

Starts:   1/10/15

Exam:    1/24/15

 

Class dates:

1/10/15

1/17/15

1/24/15

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SAR 125 - Ice Surface Rescue Awareness

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

Start Time:
01-10-2015 9:00 am
End Time:
01-10-2015 5:00 pm
Cut Off:
01-05-2015
Capacity:
20
Registered:
20    [View List]
Location:
Camp Atterbury

Max # Students 20

This one day (8hr) course is designed to give the general public and emergency responders information on the following topics:                                              

1)  How to determine if ice is dangerous or “good ice”.

2)  How to prevent and/or prepare for a possible ice          emergency.                                                                                                                                3)  How to perform a surface rescue if someone falls through the ice: Reach, Throw, Row, Don’t Go……

4)  How to determine Last Known Location if you can’t get to the victim & to prepare for and          assist arriving Emergency Response Personnel.

5)  Information concerning Hypothermia:  Prevention, Signs & Symptoms, Self Survival if in the water    and Treatment.

 6)  Vehicle Emersion Escape techniques

  

Traffic Incident Management

District: District 05
County: Johnson
Location:

Start Time:
01-12-2015 12:00 pm
End Time:
01-12-2015 12:00 pm
Cut Off:
01-12-2015
Capacity:
30
Registered:
2    [View List]

Traffic Incident Management Responder Training

Provided by the Federal Highway Administration in partnership with the                                                     Indiana Traffic Incident Management Effort (IN-TIME)

 

 Faster, safer incident recovery depends on an integrated, well-trained responder corps.

 

 

 

 

 


Background:

The impactof traffic incidents on highway operations, reliability, and safety is well known and alarming. About 25 percent of all delays are caused by traffic incidents. Congestion costs are counted in hundreds of billions of dollars and wasted fuel is measured in billions of gallons. More importantly, traffic incidents pose a significant safety risk to both responders and travelers. The likelihood of a secondary crash increases with each minute that an incident remains unresolved.

 

Clearing incident scenes quickly with a well-coordinated, multidisciplinary team of first responders and transportation personnel is an important means of reducing the risk of secondary crashes and congestion delays.

 

Who benefits?

·         Law Enforcement

·         Public Works

·         Emergency Medical Services

·         Transportation agencies

·         Tow Operators

·         Hazardous Materials Responders

·         Notification and Dispatch personnel

·         Fire and Rescue

·         Coroners and medical examiners

·         Transportation Planners and Engineers

 

 

 

LOCATION

White River Township Fire Department Head Quarters

850 S. Mullinix Road

Greenwood, IN 46143

DATES & TIMES

January 12, 2015 9AM-1PM

January 13, 2015 9AM-1PM

January 14, 2014 9AM-1PM

REGISTRATION

 

 

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Save Lives

Better training leads to faster incident response and clearance. This means fewer secondary crashes result from the original incident and less exposure to moving traffic while the incident is resolved.

 

Save Money

Efficient response also saves money. In Atlanta, improved incident clearance practices reduced secondary crashes by 69 percent in 12 months, saving lives and more than $1 million.

 

Save Time

Well-trained responders can cut clearance time in half, decreasing delays caused by incident-related congestion. Train-the-trainer courses help responders learn more quickly.

 

           
   

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SAR 125 - Ice Surface Rescue Awareness

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

Start Time:
02-07-2015 9:00 am
End Time:
02-07-2015 5:00 pm
Cut Off:
02-02-2015
Capacity:
20
Registered:
16    [View List]
Location:
Camp Atterbury

Max # Students 20

This one day (8hr) course is designed to give the general public and emergency responders information on the following topics:                                              

1)  How to determine if ice is dangerous or “good ice”.

2)  How to prevent and/or prepare for a possible ice emergency.                                                                                                                                             3)  How to perform a surface rescue if someone falls through the ice: Reach, Throw, Row, Don’t 

      Go……

4)  How to determine Last Known Location if you can’t get to the victim & to prepare for and assist

      arriving Emergency Response Personnel.

5)  Information concerning Hypothermia:  Prevention, Signs & Symptoms, Self Survival if in the water

      and Treatment.

 6)  Vehicle Emersion Escape techniques

  

 

 

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406 - Safety Officer

District: District 05
County: Marion
Location:
Instructors: Brandon Wood(BrWood)  

Start Time:
02-16-2015 8:00 am
End Time:
02-16-2015 5:00 pm
Cut Off:
02-13-2015
Capacity:
25
Registered:
13    [View List]

Safety Officer Certification Program

February 16-20, 2015       8a-5p (All week)

Ivy Tech, Indianapolis      9530 E 59th St., Indianapolis, IN

Instructor- Shawn Grass (Shawn.Grass@indy.gov)

All students must register for a FEMA SID Number: https://cdp.dhs.gov/femasid/  

Registration Deadline:  2/13/15

 

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Company Officer Development Institute

District: District 05
County: Marion
Location: Indianapolis Int'L Airport Fire Dept
Instructors: David Probo(dprobo)  

Start Time:
03-02-2015 8:00 am
End Time:
03-02-2015 5:00 pm
Cut Off:
03-02-2015
Capacity:
25
Registered:
6    [View List]

THIS CLASS IS TAUGHT BY 

Dr. Richard Gasaway

&

Patrick Harper

 This class meets daily from 0800-1700 March 2-5, and 0800-1200 March 6, 2015

Program Description

 

Company Officer Development Institute:

Building Tomorrow’s Leaders… Today.

 

The Company Office Development Institute was created to strengthen front-line supervision and leadership skills of company officers and aspiring company officers. All too often, firefighters are promoted into the position of company officer without first having the opportunity to participate in a program to develop the skills needed to lead their team to success.

 

The results are predictable. The newly promoted company officer faces challenges they are not prepared to handle. This causes a great deal of frustration, anxiety, and in some cases can be career damaging. It can also damage relationships and prohibit the success of the company.

 

This weeklong program is designed to help build tomorrow’s leaders…Today!

It is based on proven strategies and skill development that prepares a company officer for success. This is a dynamic, interactive program addressing skills related to teambuilding, communications, problem solving, motivation, time management, role conflict, coaching, discipline and much more.

 

Participants include aspiring company officers, newly promoted company officers and veteran company officers wanting to sharpen their supervisory and leadership skills.

 

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SAR 100 - Crime Scene Operations

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

Start Time:
03-07-2015 9:00 am
End Time:
03-07-2015 5:00 pm
Cut Off:
03-02-2015
Capacity:
12
Registered:
17    [View List]
Location:
Camp Atterbury

Max # Students 12

This one day course is designed to give the student a working knowledge of crime scene procedures, protecting evidence and documentation, safety of the operator and canine in potential hazardous situations (Meth labs, hazmat environments, etc) Safety in working with and around blood borne pathogens is covered along with procedures for utilizing personal protective equipment. This course utilizes both lecture and practical sessions. Note: This is NOT a classroom-only course. Students should be prepared to spend time in the field and have appropriate clothing for various weather conditions, including hot, cold and rain, i.e. Jacket, Hat, gloves, rain gear and boots.  

PRE-REQUISITES:

  • ICS 100 (Introduction to Incident Command)
  • IS 700 (Introduction to NIMS)
  • Weapons of Mass Destruction /terrorism AWARENESS (or equivalent)
  • HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AWARENESS

 

 

SAR 200 Ground Search III (Awareness)

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

Start Time:
03-21-2015 9:00 am
End Time:
03-21-2015 5:00 pm
Cut Off:
03-16-2015
Capacity:
12
Registered:
12    [View List]
Location:
Camp Atterbury

SAR200 -GROUND SEARCH AWARENESS: 16hrs

 Max # Students 12

This two day course is designed to introduce the student to the specialized training required for ground search operations. The material covered in this class is based on the text “Fundamentals of Search and Rescue” available at NASAR (National Association for Search and Rescue) at 703-222-6277, or  www.nasar.org. Text books will be available for use during the two day class.  If you would like to order your own text (at the web site Above the “Log into Account” is a New Visitor Registration. Click on the New Visitor Registration to sign up and order your text book.) Again, text books will be available during the course.

PRE-REQUISITES:    

 

 

  • CPR & FIRST AID                                                               
  • ICS 100 (Introduction to Incident Command)
  • IS 700 (Introduction to NIMS)

SAR 200 Ground Search III (Awareness)

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

Start Time:
04-18-2015 9:00 am
End Time:
04-18-2015 5:00 am
Cut Off:
04-13-2015
Capacity:
12
Registered:
12    [View List]
Location:
Camp Atterbury

SAR200 -GROUND SEARCH AWARENESS: 16hrs

 Max # Students 12

This two day course is designed to introduce the student to the specialized training required for ground search operations. The material covered in this class is based on the text “Fundamentals of Search and Rescue” available at NASAR (National Association for Search and Rescue) at 703-222-6277, or  www.nasar.org. Text books will be available for use during the two day class.  If you would like to order your own text (at the web site Above the “Log into Account” is a New Visitor Registration. Click on the New Visitor Registration to sign up and order your text book.) Again, text books will be available during the course.

This Awareness course includes: Chapter 1: Overview of Land Search and Rescue, Chapter 2: SAR Systems, Chapter 3: SAR Incident Management and Organization, Chapter 4: Legal and Ethical Aspects, Chapter 5: Physiology and Fitness. Also, Chapter 9: SAR Packs, Chapter 10: Navigation, Map & Compass, Chapter 11: SAR Resources & Technology and Communications, Chapter 14: Search Background and Related Issues, Search Theory, Lost Person Behavior and Clue Consciousness, and Chapter 15: Ground Search Tactics. This course also includes several SAR exercises including a mock search. This course is based on NFPA standards for searching rural and wilderness environments. Note: This is NOT a classroom-only course, i.e. 20% classroom / 80% field work.  Students should be prepared to spend time in the field and have appropriate clothing for various weather conditions and, at a minimum a “SAR Ready Pack” i.e. 24 hour pack, covered in Chapter 9, List on page 293. This course was previously a classroom only class. So, in order to have completed a classroom only course the Technical Rescue Awareness Course is now a Pre-Requisite for this SAR 200 Ground Search course.  ALL personnel involved in SAR should attend this SAR Ground Search Awareness course.

PRE-REQUISITES:

·                                     CPR & FIRST AID                                                        

  • ICS 100 (Introduction to Incident Command)
  • IS 700 (Introduction to NIMS)

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