FIRE PUMP OPERATIONS – THEORY & PRACTICAL TRAINING
This sixteen-hour program is compliant with NFPA guidelines. The program will cover basic field calculations and basic pumping theory. Participants will learn how to confidently operate a fire pump and supply water to various hose lines and appliances.
Training will cover both pressurized and non-pressurized water sources. The program will use the IFSTA “Pumping Apparatus Driver / Operator ” curriculum as a student guide.
Intermediate Vehicle Extrication – Operations Level
This course based upon NFPA 1670, will focus on generic rescue skills and basic vehicle extrication skills necessary for a firefighter/rescuer to safely, and effectively extricate a victim(s) from entrapment in a vehicle.
The content will include the principles, techniques and practices, reflecting leading edge vehicle technology. The use of special equipment and resources such as manual hand tools, hydraulic and pneumatic tools and other ancillary equipment will be covered. Other topics will include scene assessment, incident management systems and safety of victim(s) and rescuers.
This extrication course has been submitted to T.E.R.C Canada (Transportation Emergency Rescue Committee) for endorsement
**These programs do not require approval under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.