200-hour training program
160-hour training program
This program is enhanced S-212 Wildland Fire Chainsaws, Pack Test and ICS-100, ICS 200, L-180, L-280, S-110, S-130, S-190, NIMS 700, CPR and First Aid courses, as well as teambuilding, crew cohesion, interpersonal crew dynamics, fuels reduction techniques, and leadership training.
Each day will incorporate a physical training, teambuilding, and crew organization component specifically designed to help develop a cohesive well-organized Fire Crew, both physically and mentally prepared for the tasks they will be performing on the job.
In addition to interactive classroom studies, instructional techniques include, long arduous hikes carrying tools and equipment that will regularly be used on the job. These activities will help to build stamina, work hardening, improved situational awareness and crew cohesion.
The hikes will also include teaching and discussion points along the way to reinforce course curriculum with examples in a real-world environment. Much of the curriculum includes hands on actives and exercises in the field with the focus on the duties of a Fire Crew Member.
This 160-hour training program builds on the Basic Wildland Fire Training program. Participants that successfully complete this program will be better prepared to safely operate in the wildland fire environment. This program will develop wildland firefighters to be more qualified and marketable; and exceeds the training requirements for NWCG Type 1 Wildland Firefighter.
This training program includes the following instructor led training:
We provide courses in accordance with NWCG requirements and NFPA Standard 1051 for Wildland Firefighting.
(Development of these courses was in association with the NWCG and the US Forest Service.)
Wildland Firefighting Leadership Classes
Mentoring and Coaching to Reinforce Learning
Train and equip for efficiency and safety