40 Clock Hours
To participate in the class the student must be a State Certified Firefighter II, must be a Firefighter I Instructor, and must bring Personal Protective Equipment (if the student does not have access to a SCBA, one can be provided).
This class teaches the information that is required to pass the State Exam to be a Live Fire Training Instructor I.
Some of the topics that are in this class are: Safety in conducting a live burn, NFPA 1402, NFPA 1403, How to plan and conduct burns at an acquired structure, How to conduct burns at a recognized burn structure, All laws pertaining to a burn, What agencies are required to be contacted to have a burn and case studies of fire burns that have gone wrong. The student must actively participate in burns to show their abilities to lead a group and to work at an assigned function at the burn (i.e. Interior Safety Officer, Overall Safety Officer, Incident Commander, Rapid Intervention Team, etc.).
Live Fire Training Instructor I Refresher
8 Clock Hours
This class is designed to inform the INSTRUCTOR of the latest revision to their LFTI certification.
This Class Includes:
- Requirements that must be met to recertify as an LFTI Instructor
- Review of case studies
- EMS issues
- Tricks of the trade
- Information on acquired structure preparation
Faculty & Staff
Mr. Brian Eddins