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Mingo County Fire School 2018

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Training for the dedicated Fire Fighter, Police Officer and EMS worker

CLASS INDEX

Two Weekend Classes:

1.Firefighter 2 – 40 hours
2.Introduction to Technical Rescue – 48 Hours
3.Fire Officer 1 and 2 - 48 Hours

1st Weekend Only: - Friday evening, then Saturday & Sunday

1.T.I.M.S (National Traffic Management System) – 4 Hours (Friday Only 5pm/9pm) - Approved for Law Enforcement Basic Officer LET Credits

2.N.I.M.S. 300 – 16 Hours - Approved for Law Enforcement Supervisory & Basic Officer LET Credits

3.PPE for Opioid Response – 4 Hours (Repeat Saturday and Sunday) - Approved for Law Enforcement Basic Officer LET Credits

4.Active Shooter - 16 Hours (Law Enforcement Only!) - Approved for Law Enforcement Supervisory & Basic Officer LET Credits



2nd Weekend Only: - Saturday & Sunday only !

1.Pump Operations – 20 Hours
2.N.I.M.S. 400 – 16 Hours - Approved for Law Enforcement Supervisory & Basic Officer LET Credits

3.Helicopter Rescue – 8 Hours (Repeat Saturday and Sunday)

West Virginia University Fire Service Extension
West Virginia State Fire Academy
2600 Old Mill Road
Weston, West Virginia 26452

Two Weekend Classes

05-01 Firefighter II - 40 Hours

Description: This course is designed to meet the job performance requirements of NFPA 1021. Students will learn advanced fundamentals of firefighting skills through this course which will combine lecture based learning with intense practical application including live fire training.

Prerequisites: Fire Fighter I. Students must bring full PPE to include SCBA and spare bottle. All students shall be clean shaven. Students must have Fire Fighter Skills 3rd Edition (Jones & Bartlett). The cost for WVU-FSE to provide the handbook is $110.00 NOTE: If you already have Firefighter Skills 3rd Edition (Jones & Bartlett) Book there is no charge. If not you will need to purchase one from WVU. This is an additional charge from fire school registration.


05-02 Introduction to Technical Rescue - 48 Hours

Course Description: This is the NEW 48-hour Rescue Core course! Introduction to Technical Rescue. At the conclusion of the course, the student will be trained and have certificates for Vehicle Awareness level, Machinery Awareness level, Wilderness Search and Rescue Awareness level, Rope Rescue Awareness and Rope Rescue Operations levels to the NFPA Standard 1006, 2017 edition.

Prerequisites: Students must bring full PPE. No SCBA is required

05-03 Fire Officer I and II - 48 Hours

Course Description: Designed to meet the job performance requirements of NFPA 1021, 2014 Edition. It identifies the requirements necessary to perform the duties of a first-line to mid-level supervisor. Introduces the student to the concepts of management and supervision on such topics as: Organizational Structure, Communication Skills, Human Resource Management, Public Relations, Planning, Emergency Service Delivery, Safety, information management, government structure, and department budget planning and management. The student is required to have the handbook Fire Officer: Principles and Practices 3rd Edition (Jones & Bartlett). If the student requires WVU to provide the handbook the cost is $85.00. NOTE: If you already have Principles and Practices Skills 3rd Edition (Jones & Bartlett) Book there is no charge. If not you will need to purchase one from WVU. This is an additional charge from fire school registration.

Prerequisites: Fire Fighter I and II

1st Weekend: Friday evening, then Saturday & Sunday

05-04 T.I.M.S. - 4 Hours - Approved for Basic Officer LET Credits

Course Description: TIMS - Traffic Incident Management System - consists of a planned and coordinated multi-disciplinary process to detect, respond to, and clear traffic incidents so that traffic flow may be restored as safely and quickly as possible. Effective TIM reduces the duration and impacts of traffic incidents and improves the safety of motorists, crash victims and emergency re-sponders. The TIM Program of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is part of a larger all-hazards program called Emergency Transportation Operations (ETO).

Prerequisites: N/A

05-05 NIMS 300 - 16 Hours - Approved for Supervisory & Basic Officer LET Credits

Course Description: The ICS 300: Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents course provides training for personnel who require advanced application of the Incident Command System (ICS). This course expands upon information covered in the ICS 100 and ICS 200 courses. NIMS ICS All-Hazards training should be completed by personnel who are regularly assigned to Functional, Support, or Unit Leader positions on Type 3 or 4 All-Hazards Incident Management Teams, or by those persons who desire to seek credentials/certification in those positions.

Prerequisites: N/A

05-06 PPE for Opioid Response 4 Hours - Approved for Basic Officer LET Credits

REPEAT SATURDAY & SUNDAY
Course Description: The student will gain an understanding of the exposure, lethality, routes of exposure, personal protective actions, and decontamination procedures to the toxins present during an Opioid response.

Prerequisites: N/A


05-07 Active Shooter for Supervisors Course Syllabus: 16 Hours - Approved for Basic Officer LET Credits
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS ONLY – NO EXCEPTIONS

This 16 hour comprehensive course is designed to give supervisors the intermediate tactical operations skills required when responding to active shooter situations, hostage situations, barricaded suspect situations, downed officer rescue, and high risk warrant service.

Course Outline:
This course will give supervisors the skills needed to properly implement the tactics and concepts required to respond to any type of active shooter situation. This will be accomplished by giving supervisors instruction in the following areas.
Pre-planning.
Managing personnel at the incident scene.
Quick response to incidents that involve an active shooter.
Techniques for protecting innocent parties.
Techniques for enhancing officer safety.

Course Drills:
The fundamentals of supervisory effectiveness.
How to apply the elements of supervision in routine and challenging situations.
How to gain and use positive influence as a supervisor.
How to transition to the supervisory role.
How to communicate effectively with all levels of the organization.
Law Enforcement, Fire, and EMS roles in a vehicle based active shooter situation.
Incident response / Recognizing and dealing with secondary dangers.
Interaction with the media.
Dealing with the aftermath of an active shooter incident
Hostage rescue / precision shooting
Active Shooter Drills Force on Force [sim rounds]
Team entry / movement techniques and drills
Officer Survival Techniques and Drills
Medical Treatment Techniques and Drills (Other Injured Officers)
Downed Officer Rescue Techniques and Drills
Team Configuration Techniques and Drills
Team Movements Techniques and Drills
Two Man / Four Man Active Shooter Response Techniques and Drills
Active Shooter Bus Assault Drills/Techniques

Course schedule: Day 1

Officers arrive at 0800 for registration.
0800-0830 – Registration and Safety briefing
0830-0900 - Active Shooter Training Videos (break)
0915-0945 - Use of Force outline
0945-1145 - Classroom workshop (Phase 1 Active Shooter Drill)
1145-1230 - Lunch
1230-1330 - Classroom workshop (Phase 2 Active Shooter Drill)
1330-1600 - All Hands Active Shooter Drill
1600-1700 - Debrief

Course schedule: Day 2

Officers arrive at 0800 for registration.
0800-0830 – Registration and Safety briefing
0830-0900 - Active Shooter School Bus Training Videos (break)
0915-0945 - Use of Force outline
0945-1145 - Classroom workshop (Phase 3 Active Shooter Drill)
1145-1230 - Lunch
1230-1330 - Classroom workshop (Phase 4 Active Shooter Drill)
1330-1600 - All Hands Active Shooter Drill
1600-1700 - Debrief, written test

2nd Weekend: Saturday & Sunday Only!

05-08 Pump Operations – 20 Hours

Course Description: The course is designed to provide the student information on the characteristics of water as an extinguishing agent, friction loss, fire streams, total pressure loss, hydraulics, fire pump design, and pump operations. This course does not certify a fire fighter at the Driver/Operator Pumper level.

Prerequisites: N/A

05-09 NIMS 400 – 16 Hours - Approved for Supervisory & Basic Officer LET Credits

Course Description: The ICS 400: Advanced ICS for Command and General Staff course provides training for personnel who require advanced application of the Incident Command System (ICS). This course expands upon information covered in ICS 100 through ICS 300 courses, which are prerequisites for the ICS 400 course. The target audience for this course is senior personnel who are expected to perform in a management capacity in an Area Command or Multi-Agency Coordination Entity.

Prerequisites: N/A

05-10 Helicopter Rescue – 8 Hours

Course Description: The session begins with a classroom presentation on helicopter construction, fire dangers, and the proper approach to attack helicopter fires. The program concludes with a live fire exercise in a propane fired helicopter burn simulator.

Prerequisites: Fire Fighter I, Full PPE to include SCBA and spare bottle. All students shall be clean shaven.








































Mingo County Fire School
May 4,5,6 and 11, 12, 13, 2018

Registration Form

Enter the class name and number in the appropriate space for classes you wish to attend. Numbers are located beside the class name on the "descriptions" pages.

Please PRINT CLEARLY as this is used to print certificates.


(Your Information)

Name____________________________________________

Address__________________________________________

City _____________________ State _________Zip _________

Email Address ______________________________________

Emergency Phone Contact_____________________________

Emergency Contact Name _____________________________


(Circle One)
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(Department Information)


Department__________________________________________

Address_____________________________________________

City ____________________ State _________Zip ___________

Phone Contact_________________________________

Chief / Training Officer Contact Name ______________________________



(Class / Classes Name)

CLASS NAME: _______________________________
CLASS NUMBER: ______________

CLASS NAME: _______________________________
CLASS NUMBER: ____________________

CLASS NAME: _______________________________
CLASS NUMBER: _________________


REGISTRATION FEE:$ 65.00 for Both Weekends

Make all checks payable to: Mingo County Fire Chiefs Association

Mail to:
MCFCA
P.O. Box 2015
Williamson, WV 25661









Permission Form for Junior Firefighters


I, _____________________________________, hereby certify that I am the legal parent

and / or guardian of _________________________________________, a child under the age

of eighteen and over the age of sixteen, who is a Junior Firefighter with the

____________________________Fire Department. I hereby give my permission for

________________________ to participate in fire training hosted by: Mingo County Fire Chief’s

Association and West Virginia University Fire Service Extension. And by signing below, I

acknowledge that Fire Service Training is potentially hazardous and that

___________________________________, of whom I am the legal parent and / or

guardian, may be injured during this training. I hereby release the Mingo County Fire Chief’s

Association and its members, West Virginia University Fire Service Extension and Instructor’s,

and any other agency / person providing the training from liability.


__________________________________________________
Parent or Guardian Signature / Date / Time


_____________________________________________
Chief or Training Officer of
Junior Firefighter’s Fire Department


_____________________________________________
WVU FSE Training Instructor


NOTE: If this form is not signed, the Instructor will have no alternative but to dismiss the student from class


PLACES TO STAY
IN
Williamson, West Virginia

Tug Valley Inn
106 West 2nd Avenue
Williamson, WV 25661
304-236-5903


Hatfield McCoy House
1 West 5th Avenue
Williamson, WV 25661
304-235-3174

Tunnel Drive-Inn and Suites
1899 West 3rd Avenue
Williamson, WV 25661
304-235-1718

NOTE:
To be eligible for TAX EXEMPT STATUS, you must bring your Tax ID Form / Number, with you and present it at the time of hotel room registration check in.