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2018 Extrication Academy Fire Service Instructor 1/Redmond Fire Service Instructor 1/Woodinville
Spring Pump Academy

Fire Service Instructor 1/Redmond    (ODA)
  $295
Class Description : Maximum Students: 12 /February 20 & 22, 2018 Tuesday and Thursday. Location is Redmond Fire Department. Location is: Station 17: 16917 NE 116th St. Redmond 98052. One of the elements of a Company Officer is the ability to teach their crew. Instructor 1 teaches you the different types of learning and how to present a class from introduction to evaluation. This class meets NFPA requirements for instructing level 1 and is accredited by IFSAC through Washington State. Students with questions or concerns about the course may contact Dave Van Valkenburg at dave.vanvalkenburg@bothellwa.gov NEW** WA. STATE IS REQUIRING REGISTERED STUDENTS INFORMATION 30 DAYS PRIOR TO THE CLASS. NO REGISTRATIONS OR CHANGES AFTER JANUARY 20th, 2018 (Student Identification Number) This number is issued by FEMA/NFA and is how courses are tracked. NFA/FEMA certificates are issued only through your SID#. To set up or retrieve your SID# https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID

Class Syllabus : Link to the Class Syllabus

Class Prerequisites : See Syllabus Required Class Materials :    •  The Text and Study Guide are required and should be purchased 5 weeks prior to class to allow enough time to prepare.
   •  Appropriate Materials for Student Presentations such as PPE, EMS supplies, rope and /or gloves.
   •  IFSTA Fire & Emergency Services Eighth Edition Instructor Manual & Corresponding Study Guide
   •  Workbooks must not be thumb drive/electronic workbooks


Pre-Class Assignments :    •  The manual must be read throughly and the workbook completed prior to the first day of class. Approximately 16 hours to complete the workbook. Be prepared to pass a pre-test on the first day of class.
   •  Complete the student workbook, select and be prepared to deliver a 15-20 minute presentation based on one of the provided lesson plans.
   •  No electronic/thumb drive workbooks will be accepted. Paper/hard copies only are acceptable
   •  Students must complete an application for testing from WSP at http://www.wsp.wa.gov/fire/accredit.htm#accred
   •  Signed and completed forms must be sent to Dave VanValkenburg at dvanvalkenburg@kirklandwa.gov


Instructor : Marty Fowler

Location : Redmond Station 17  16917 NE 116th St. Redmond, 98052
    


Fire Service Instructor 1/Woodinville    (ODA)
  $295
Class Description : Maximum Students: 12 / February 20 & 22, 2018, Tuesday and Thursday. One of the elements of a Company Officer is the ability to teach their crew. Instructor 1 teaches you the different types of learning and how to present a class from introduction to evaluation. This class meets NFPS requirements for instructing level 1 and is accredited by IFSAC through Washington State. NEW** WA. STATE IS REQUIRING REGISTERED STUDENTS INFORMATION 30 DAYS PRIOR TO THE CLASS. SORRY, THIS CHANGE DOESN’T ALLOW FOR LATE REGISTRATIONS. NO REGISTRATIONS OR CHANGES AFTER JANUARY 20, 2018 Questions Contact: Dave Vanvalkenburg at dvanvalkenburg@kirklandwa.gov You must fill in the form with your SID#. (Student Identification Number) This number is issued by FEMA/NFA and is how courses are tracked. NFA/FEMA certificates are issued only through your SID#. To set up or retrieve your SID# https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID

Class Syllabus : Link to the Class Syllabus

Class Prerequisites : See Syllabus Required Class Materials :    •  The Text and Study Guide are required and should be purchased 5 weeks prior to class to allow enough time to prepare.
   •  Appropriate Materials for Student Presentations such as PPE, EMS supplies, rope and /or gloves.
   •  IFSTA Fire & Emergency Services Eighth Edition Instructor Manual & Corresponding Study Guide


Pre-Class Assignments :    •  The manual must be read throughly and the workbook completed prior to the first day of class. Approximately 16 hours to complete the workbook. Be prepared to pass a pre-test on the first day of class.
   •  Students will be instructing their lesson plan on the first day of class
   •  Complete the provided student workbook, select and be prepared to deliver a 15-20 minute presentation based on one of the provided lesson plans.
   •  Check the syllabus for the complete information


Instructor : Dave VanValkenburg

Location : Woodinville Fire & Rescue  17718 Woodinville Snohomish Rd. NE Woodinville, 98072
    


2018 Extrication Academy
  $625
Class Description : Maximum Students: 48 The King County Fire Training Officers Association Present: 2018 Advanced Auto Extrication Featuring the Puyallup Extrication Team and their Unique Teaching Style! Minimal class time with Maximum hands-on training takes you through modern extrication practices using hydraulic and non-hydraulic rescue tools. This 3 day class (PXT 201/202/401)covers vehicle construction, stabilization, disentanglement, and tool knowledge. Scenario based evolutions give the students practical solutions for real world problems. Full PPE is required. Questions regarding the Academy Contact: John Madden at jmadden@pugetsoundfire.org

Class Prerequisites : Basic Auto Extrication Required Class Materials :    •  Additional Class Information can be found at www.thepxteam.org
   •  Full PPE is Required
   •  Extrication PPE may be appropriate for some scenarios




Instructor : Puyallup Fire Extrication Team

Location : Renton Fire & Emergency Services  1900 Lind Ave SW Renton, 98057
    


Spring Pump Academy
  $425
Class Description : Maximum Students: (24) April 16th is at Northshore Fire Station 51 in Kenmore, 7220 NE 181st Kenmore, WA 98028 and April 17-20, 2018 is at the North Bend Fire Academy. This 5 day course takes the student from review and apparatus inspections to pump testing, drafting, relay pumping and basic fire attack operations. Both classroom and hands on drills all week. Students should read and review the Pumping Apparatus Driver/ Operator Handbook, 3rd Edition before class to have some type of understanding of the basics. It is imperative that departments sending students to this Academy support the program with apparatus. Departments that send 3-5 students are required to send apparatus to add with training. LUNCH IS NOT PROVIDED IT IS SUGGESTED STUDENTS BRING THEIR OWN For Information regarding the Pump Academy contact: Jim Harvey at jharvey@northshorefire.com.

Topics Include :

   • Driving apparatus review, Discuss EVIP, Introduction to pumps. Review apparatus inspections. Hydraulics: Rule of thumb fire ground, IFSTA methods, nozzle requirements.
   • Day 2 North Bend Training Academy
   • Basic pump operation, discussion on operations, drills & safety. Fire ground operations
   • Day 3 North Bend Training Academy
   • Work with apparatus, advanced pumping operations, discussion on principles and drills, safety.
   • Day 4 North Bend Training Academy
   • Discussion on drafting, dual pumping, tandem pumping. Discussion on principles and drills. Fire ground operations drafting and pumping.
   • Day 5 North Bend Training Academy
   • Pump testing, drafting, relay pumping and basic fire attack operations. Test on materials presented.





Instructor : Ken Hofschulte

Location : Northshore Fire Department  7220 NE 181 ST Kenmore, WA , 98028
    WSP Fire Training Academy  50810 Grouse Ridge Road North Bend, 98055
    


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