USAR Logistics Specialist
The Logistics Specialist course is designed to provide US&R task force personnel with the KSA’a necessary to perform logistics functions during a disaster or planned event. Participants will learn the critical role of providing support, resupply, transportation, sustainment, and maintenance of the equipment cache. This course meets or exceeds the objectives set forth by FEMA, uses the FEMA curriculum where applicable and is taught by a FEMA instructor.
USAR Technician Level for Structural Collapse 6/24-7/01 (9965)
Structural Collapse Level II is an 80 hour course designed to train the rescuer operating in a collapsed building of heavy construction.
USAR Rope Rescue Technician (Level II) 8/19-8/23/2019 (0905)
Pre-Requisite: Rope Rescue Operations (Level I)
Rope Rescue Technician (Level II) is a course designed to train rescuers in high angle rescue/recovery.
USAR Vehicle & Machinery Rescue Operations 7/29-8/02/2019 (0904)
Vehicle and Machinery Rescue Level I is a 40-hour course designed to train rescuers in light vehicle and machinery extrication.
USAR Operations Level Structural Collapse Rescue 6/17-6/21/2019 (9952)
Structural Collapse Level I is a course designed to train the rescuer operating in a collapsed building of light construction.
Live Fire Training Instructor – 8/26-8/29/2019 (0906)
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.
US&R HazMat Specialist
The HazMat Specialist course prepares students to perform duties of a hazmat specialist on a state and local disaster response team. The course is an overview of the responsibilities of a hazmat specialist and how that position relates to responses on a US&R task force. The student will learn the position requirements from preparedness to demobilization. This course requires an additional 8-hours of practical sign-off by students sponsoring agency.