Tue, 16 Apr 2013|
The ISFSI's Live Fire Training Credential Program is a great training opportunity for Fire Instructors to get in-depth training based on the 2012 NFPA 1403 Standard on Live Fire Training. Don't miss out on this great opportunity!
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International society of fire service instructors presents the first and only internationally accepted live fire credential program for fire instructors. A fixed facility in instructor in charge platforms are available to ensure that instructors are able to operate in a safe manner and in accordance with applicable standards. The program is designed to be dynamic. It can be tailored for departments operating in the rural, suburban and urban environment. In its first two years, programs have been delivered in 12 states, potentially more than 250 students. The program uses the flipped classroom environment, with students participating in online classroom settings. And utilizing case studies, exercises, and hands-on live fire drills. exercises include water supply calculations, burn building preparation, key position assignments, creation and implementation of pre-burn plans, and student and instructor briefing. All are cornerstones of the program. Students also learn to effectively coach students in live fire scenarios and mitigate difficult situations commonly encountered during live fire drills. Using the Jones & Bartlett Live Fire text, students are introduced to standards and best practices from around the country. While being able to network with other students. Students are provided examples and templates of policies, accountability methods, command boards, burn sequence charts, all allowing students to experience and use them back in their departments. For additional information, go to www.isfsi.org. And click on programs. [MUSIC]