Live Fire Training Instructor 11/13-11/16/2018 (9912)
This curriculum is designed to deliver a comprehensive live fire training program, within a safe and controlled environment, in accordance with NFPA 1402, NFPA 1403, and NFPA 1500. Both lecture and practical will be used allowing participants to apply knowledge of the above standards to training activities. Participants must have Fire Instructor I or greater certification prior to class.
FLUSAR Operations Level Structural Collapse Rescue 11/12-11/16/2018 (9916)
Structural Collapse Level I is a course designed to train the rescuer operating in a collapsed building of light construction.
FLUSAR Technician Level for Vehicle & Machinery 10/29-11/01/2018 (9913)
Vehicle Machinery Rescue is designed to train rescuers in light vehicle and machinery extrication.
Live Fire Training Instructor Refresher 11/16/2018 (9914)
|This 8 hour course will review incidents that have occurred, cover program updates, legislative issues, practical applications, case histories, and new technologies and end with a live burn. The program will be required to be completed for renewal of the Live Fire Training Instructor certification.|
FLUSAR Technician Level for Structural Collapse 12/03-12/10/2018 (9922)
Structural Collapse Level II is an 80 hour course designed to train the rescuer operating in a collapsed building of heavy construction.
Firefighter Retention Refresher 12/3-12/7/2018 (9919)
|This course is designed for individuals to meet the retention requirements of a Florida Certified Firefighter required by Chapter 633.414 Florida Statute. This course consists of 40 hours of interactive instruction, to include 16 hours of lecture, 16 hours of practical skills training, and 8 hours of practical skills assessment. The course includes the topics and hours of instruction required by Florida Administrative Code. 1. Firefighter safety and health (2 hours) 2. Fire and life safety initiatives (1 hour) 3. Personal protective equipment (2 hours) 4. Structural search, victim removal, and firefighter survival (2 hours) 5. Ground ladders (1 hour) 6. Tactical ventilation (1 hour) 7. Water supply (1 hour) 8. Fire hose and fire streams (1 hour) 9. Fire control and tactics (2 hours) 10. Building construction ( 1 hour) 11. Fire protection systems (1 hour) 12. Fire origin and cause determination (1 hour) 13. Practical skills training (16 hours) 14. Student practical skill assessment (8 hours) The student will be required to complete all required skills listed on form DFS–K4–2128 Firefighter Retention Skill Assessment Worksheet to complete this course. After successfully completing this course, the individual is required to apply for and successfully pass the Firefighter Minimum Standards written exam at Pearson Vue.|
Tactical Medic – Nov. 12th – 16th, 2018 – (9927)
The RTI Tactical Medic program is conducted by some of the most talented and experienced instructors in the nation. All instructors are professionals, working full-time in their individual disciplines. They come together from all across the nation to share their expertise and assist students/medics in obtaining a thorough understanding of applying for good medicine in bad places. Each course may include additional instructors not listed here and not all of these instructors may be able to travel to all courses at all locations but f you want to receive tactical medic training conducted by instructors that have "been there and done that", true members of the special operations medical community, then the RTI EMT-Tactical™ course is for you..
Prerequisites: Medical training to at least the EMT-Basic level; Working for a Public Safety Agency.
College Dorm available: $15 per night, Contact Carol Smith 352-369-2889