Fire Fighter Training

S-215, Fire Operations in the Wildland/Urban Interface

This course is designed to assist structure and wildland firefighters who will be making tactical decisions when confronting wildland fire that threatens life, property and improvements in the wildland/urban interface. Topics covered will include: interface awareness, size-up, initial strategy and incident action plan, structure triage and protection tactics, firefighter safety and more.

Student Binders with a Pre-Course Assignment will be sent to the Host Agency located at 39524 Daily Road, Fallbrook, CA and made available for enrolled students to pick up on or about Sept. 15th. Completion of the Pre-Course Assignment is mandatory.

Date:
Time: 1800 - 2200 (First Class Meeting Only)
0830 - 1700 (Typical - the Instructor will set the class hours at the first class meeting)

Instructor: 
JOHN P. HARRIS, LACo Fire Department (Retired), CSFM/NWCG Cadre Instructor and Nationally Recognized Wildland Fire Expert and Accident Investigator
Prerequisites: 
Qualified as a Fire Fighter Type 1 (FFT1)
Students must have basic knowledge of structure and or wildland fire fighting operations
Students must also be familiar with and understand their agency’s policy as it relates to Wildland/Urban Interface Fires
Course Time: 
1800 - 2200 (First Class Meeting Only)
State: 
CA

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