Courses

EMT Exam Prep 12/17-12/17/2018 -9934

This class will include hundreds of sample questions, a take home exam, tips on the types of questions to expect and how they are structured and also test taking tips

Instructor:  Don Campbell
December 17, 2018
English

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Aerial Operations 01/22-01/25/2019 (9936)

Classroom lectures and practical exercises are conducted in the principals and uses of Aerial and Pumper Apparatus, including the recognition of hazards which may be present during aerial operations. 

Instructor:  Don Campbell
January 22, 2019
English

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USAR Rope Rescue Technician (Level II) 1/28-2/01/2019 (9937)

Pre-Requisite:  Rope Rescue Operations (Level I)

Rope Rescue Technician (Level II) is a course designed to train rescuers in high angle rescue/recovery.

Instructor:  Don Campbell
January 28, 2019
English

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Firefighter Skills Refresher 2/1-2/3/2019 (9938)

This three-day course is will prepare the student for the State practical exam. 

Instructor:  Don Campbell
February 1, 2019
English

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USAR Vehicle & Machinery Rescue Operations (Level 1) 2/18-2/22/2019 (9939)

Vehicle and Machinery Rescue Level I is a 40-hour course designed to train rescuers in light vehicle and machinery extrication.

Instructor:  Don Campbell
February 18, 2019
English

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Hydraulics 2/18-2/22/19 – (9940)

This course is part of a series of two courses designed to make students proficient in the operation of a pump. These courses are guided by NFPA 1002.

Instructor:  Don Campbell
February 18, 2019
English

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Apparatus Operations 2/25-3/1/2019 (9941)

The curriculum covers the laws, rules and driving techniques for emergency vehicles, as well as a review of fire hydraulics.

Instructor:  Don Campbell
February 25, 2019
English

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Live Fire Training Instructor – 3/5/2019-3/8/2019 (9945)

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.

Instructor:  Don Campbell
March 5, 2019
English
$ 281.00

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Live Fire Training Instructor Refresher 3/8/2019 (9946)

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. 

Instructor:  Don Campbell
March 8, 2019
English

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USAR Rope Rescue Operations 3/11-3/15/19 (9963)

Rope Rescue Level I (Operations) is a course designed to train rescuers in high and low angle rescue/recovery. This course meets and exceeds NFPA 1006 Chapters 5 & 6.1. The student will
be trained on rescue knots, rope systems, anchor systems, raise/lower techniques, ascending rope,
patient packaging, stoke basket operations, rappelling & rope theory. Emphasis will be placed on
safety, raising, lowering, belay operations, and moving a victim in high/low angle environments.
This course is a pre-requisite for the remaining USAR/TRT courses.

Instructor:  Don Campbell
March 11, 2019
English
$ 330.00

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USAR Confined Space Rescue Ops/Tech 4/15-4/19/2019 (9947)

Confined Space Rescue Level I & II is a 40-hour course designed to train rescuers in all aspects of a confined space emergency, including rescue and recovery. 

Instructor:  Don Campbell
April 15, 2019
English

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USAR Structural Collapse Technician 6/24-7/01/19 (9965)

Structural Collapse Level II is an 80 hour course designed to train the rescuer operating in a collapsed building of heavy construction.

Instructor:  Don Campbell
June 24, 2019
English

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USAR Task Force Leader 7/29 – 7/31/2019 (0919)

The Task Force Leader course is designed for those personnel responsible for the administrative and operational responsibilities of a US&R Task Force. The course addresses the challenges faced by the TFL from pre-deployment through demobilization. Students will learn about the task force organization and how to manage the 6 functional disciplines of a task force. This course meets or exceeds the objectives set forth by FEMA, uses FEMA curriculum where applicable and is taught by FEMA instructors. 

For additional information email Richie Lietz at richie.lietz@myfloridacfo.com

Instructor:  Don Campbell
July 29, 2019
English

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USAR Confined Space Rescue Ops/Tech 10/21- 10/25/2019 (0941)

Confined Space Rescue Level I & II is a 40-hour course designed to train rescuers in all aspects of a confined space emergency, including rescue and recovery. 

Instructor:  Don Campbell
October 21, 2019
English
$ 400.00

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Hazardous Materials Technician Hybrid Course: 10/28 – 12/9/2019 (0927)

In this course, the student will gain understanding of what hazardous substances are and the risks associated with them in an incident. Students will learn and understand the potential outcomes associated with an emergency created when hazardous substances are present as well as the ability to recognize the presence of hazardous substances in an emergency. They will also learn the ability to identify the hazardous substances.. The student will have an understanding of the role of the First Responder Awareness individual in the employer`s Emergency Response Plan, including Site Security and Control and the U.S. Department of Transportation`s Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG).

Instructor:  Don Campbell
October 28, 2019
English
$ 776.00

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USAR Structural Collapse Rescue Operations Level 11/4 – 11/7/2019 (0914)

Structural Collapse Level I is a course designed to train the rescuer operating in a collapsed building of light construction. 

Instructor:  Don Campbell
November 4, 2019
English
$ 407.00

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Chlorine Emergencies 11/11-11/12/19 (0938)

Chlorine Emergencies

Instructor:  Don Campbell
November 11, 2019
English
$ 548.00

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Firefighter Retention Refresher 11/18-11/22/2019 (0915)

  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.
Instructor:  Don Campbell
November 18, 2019
English
$ 568.00

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Vehicle & Machinery Rescue Operations 11/18-11/22/2019 (0936)

Vehicle and Machinery Rescue Level I is a 40-hour course designed to train rescuers in light vehicle and machinery extrication.

Instructor:  Don Campbell
November 18, 2019
English
$ 478.00

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USAR Technician Level for Structural Collapse 12/02 – 12/09/2019 (0916)

Structural Collapse Level II is an 80 hour course designed to train the rescuer operating in a collapsed building of heavy construction.

Instructor:  Don Campbell
December 2, 2019
English
$ 1,709.00

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Hydraulics 12/9 – 12/13/19 (0921)

This course is part of a series of two courses designed to make students proficient in the operation of a pump. These courses are guided by NFPA 1002.

Instructor:  Don Campbell
December 9, 2019
English
$ 324.00

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Apparatus Operations 12/16 – 12/20/19 (0930)

The curriculum covers the laws, rules and driving techniques for emergency vehicles, as well as a review of fire hydraulics.

Instructor:  Don Campbell
December 16, 2019
English
$ 324.00

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Rope Rescue Operations 1/13 – 1/17/2020 (0943)

Rope Rescue Level I (Operations) is a course designed to train rescuers in high and low angle rescue/recovery. This course meets and exceeds NFPA 1006 Chapters 5 & 6.1. The student will be trained on rescue knots, rope systems, anchor systems, raise/lower techniques, ascending rope, patient packaging, stoke basket operations, rappelling & rope theory. Emphasis will be placed on safety, raising, lowering, belay operations, and moving a victim in high/low angle environments. 

This course is a pre-requisite for the remaining USAR/TRT courses

Instructor:  Don Campbell
January 13, 2020
English
$ 400.00

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Aerial Operations 1/21 – 1/24/2020 (0944)

Classroom lectures and practical exercises are conducted in the principals and uses of Aerial and Pumper Apparatus, including the recognition of hazards which may be present during aerial operations. 

Instructor:  Don Campbell
January 21, 2020
English

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