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Initial Attack Commander

Course designed and intended for those professionals who need to start at Commmander suppress position. It is recommended to those students who have had previous experience in fighting fires in other positions or levels. It is a technical Course recommended for helitransport crew leaders, Commmaders type 3, Forest Agents, crew leaders, line officers and staff type 3 or 2, in general.

Extended Attack Incident Commander

This course is designed and intended for those professionals who are already initiated in the incident command and who need to advance in their knowledge and skills. It is a suggested course for any Officer or Engineer who performs or will perform work on the staff wildfire command.

Incident Commander Large Wildfire

This course guides the student towards operational knowledge of a wildfire emergency in operating multiple administrations, agencies and organizations, and it is associated with a high level of complexity. Recommended for all coaches of both active extinction in the new entrants and those with several years of experience as an opportunity to strengthen knowledge and skills

Task Force/Strike Team Leader - Division/Group Supervisor

 This course is designed to meet the training needs of a Task Force/Strike Team Leader - Division/Group Supervisor as an organizational arc stone in firefighting. It is recommended junior engineer, Officers and Staff Commander.

Operations Section Chief

This course is designed to meet the training needs of a Operations Section  as chief responsible of the functional area of operations in the resources that integrates multiple administrations, agencies and organizations, and it is associated with a high level of complexity.  It is recommended for operator engineers, officers and commanders.

Unit of situations and Integrated Resources Head

This course is designed to meet what the training needs of a Unit of situations and Integrated Resources Head are within the Planning Section.

Planning Section Head

This course is designed to meet the training needs of a Planning Section Head as Head of Planning functional area in which resources are integrated in multiple administrations, agencies and organizations, and it is associated with a high level of complexity.

It is recommended for those planning and technical analysts or those who see an opportunity in training to get a change of level or position.

Fligth Coordinator

This course is designed to meet the training needs of an Air Media Coordinator responsible for the proper implementation of the Action Plan of aircraft and aircraft safety.

Modules » Entrenamiento en lucha contra incendios simulados

Wildfire Operations

Objectives:

  Manage and TEFF LACES procedures and their application to the work of forest fire

• Learn the rules and methods used in developing lines of defense

• Training in the application of technical and burning fire extension

Know the water extinguishing operations

Know the water quenching operations

Know how to perform tasks safely and efficiently. Internalizing factors may compromise the security

 

Contents:

1. EMS concepts and types of resources

2. LACES - OACEL - TEFF

3. Fireproof refuge

4. Risk situations

5. Security in transportation


6. Supplied tools manuals

7. Using Machinery

8. Using technical fire

9. Water Uses

10. Fighting operations

11. Hazardous Materials

12. IUF-WUI

Human Factors

Objective:

Knowing the structures of the service of forest fires, the student must enable you to cope with problems and propose solutions, within a dynamic workgroups and high risk environments where the human factor is the key.

 
Contents:

1. Working in Services in Forest Fire Fighting.

2. Personal communication techniques.

3. The leader.

4. Decision making.

Forestry Firefighter

Destinatarios: nuevos profesionales / curso de refresco. Objetivos: procedimientos, tácticas, protocolos y seguridad.

Aircraft Operation Principles

Objective:

Know the different types of aircraft operating in a forest fire

Establish the basis for the management of aircraft efficiently and safely


Identify areas approaching a helicopter

Know the different procedures for loading and unloading

Identifying the different situations that can perform the maneuver loading and unloading

• Know the rules referring to the transport of dangerous goods by air

Know the procedures for handling and packaging of dangerous goods

 

Contents:

1. Aircraft type. Capabilities and limitations

2. Missions of air assets

3. Classification releases

4. Combined air-ground maneuvers

5. Tactical coordination

6. Loading and unloading operations

7. Transport of goods by air

Comunications

Objective:

• Know the general area of safety and emergency communications

Acquire knowledge on different networks and communication systems

Acquire basic knowledge about the operation of networks and systems

• Understand, analyze and discuss the procedures that determine the correct use of radiotelephone language that influences on the correct operation of the radio networks

• Acquire a good discipline on the net

 

Contents:

1. Emergency Telecommunications

2. Radio systems

3. Communication Systems

4. Language radio

5. Communications arrangements in a forest fire

Operations and tactics in wildland urban interface

Objective:

Determine the size of the incident by assessing the potential WUI fire

Understand and apply the best strategies to minimize the impact to life and property

 

Contents:

1. Idiosyncrasies of the wildland urban interface

2. Sizing the problem of IUF

3. Design Strategy and Action Plan

4. Structures Triage

5. Tactics for the protection of structures

6. Assessment and Action Plan Update

7. Management and media affected

8. Security in firefighting in the IUF

Advanced in Fire Behavior

Objective:

• Reach the ability to identify and describe the characteristics of fuels, weather and topography that influence fire behavior

Develop the ability to describe the interactions between fuels, weather and topography, as well as choosing the best tactic

Describe the causes of extreme fire behavior

• Interpret, communicate, implement and document the behavior of forest fires and weather

 

   Contents:

1. Meteorology

2. Fuel

3. Topography

4. Extreme behavior

Fire patterns and associated strategies

Objective:

Know the different patterns of spread and the most effective strategies and tactics associated with each

 

Contents:

1. Introduction

2. Fire topographic

3. Wind Fire

4. Convective Fire

Advanced in Aircraft Operations

Objective:

Know the different retardants used in air operations and identify situations for an effective use

Understand the concept of discharge pattern and the variables that affect

• Know the various support facilities for air assets

Identify the different areas where airspace is organized around a fire

 

Contents:

1. Fundamentals operational air assets

2. Unloading Operations

3. Retarding agents

4. Heliport

5. Runways

6. Airspace around the fire

Initial Attack Commander

Objective:

 Understand the necessary information for the emergency management

Know the procedures to assess, plan and implement strategies and tactics according to the emergency

Perform Action Plan

 

Contents:

1. Preparation and mobilization towards an extinction

2. Dimensioning, planned and order

3. Media delivery and containment

4. Control and management

5. Evaluation of fire

Extended Attack Director

Objective:

• Gain an understanding of the concept of command with respect to an emergency extended attack

Knowing about effective leadership skills, risk management and communications

Understand the concepts of effective command and control over the computers

Know the procedures for managing the incident

Acquire the ability to perform post-fire reports

 

Contents:

1. The basics of leadership

2. Composition of a leader

3. Control Environment

4. The task of the DTE

5. Control Capability

6. Team Effectiveness

7. Uptime

8. Command and control

Head of Sector/ Division

Objective:

Demonstrate the ability to manage and apply the right tactics to various fire situations, with different resources organized into strike teams or working groups

Demonstrate an understanding of the roles and skills of a Head of Sector/ Division

Use risk management techniques to complete tasks safely

• Obtain skills to set sectorization, roles and responsibilities, coordination of resources of different nature, air assets and operations with ground units, abilities and limitations and tactical decisions

 

Contents:

1. Preparation and mobilization towards extinction

2. The basics of leadership

3. Composition of a leader

4. Control Capability

5. Team Effectiveness

6. Using tactical resources

7. Interaction with other sections of SMEIF

8. Determining resource allocation

Location and Resources Head

Objective:

Acquire the main skills to know how to manage the different units integrated into the section planning (Situation, Demobilization and Resources)

• Know the forms on Track EMS Incident

• Gain the ability to establish and maintain an adequate system to monitor the status of resources

Be able to develop and implement a demobilization plan safe and efficient resource

 

Contents:

1. Planning Section - Responsibilities, organization

2. Planning cycle

3. Method P and PDCA

4. Functions of the Situation Unit

5. Functions Resources Unit

6. Functions Demobilization Unit

Commander and coordination of aircraft

Objective:

Know the procedures for monitoring the safe and efficient air traffic

Know the procedures for the effective use of aircraft based on the objectives set

Know the procedures for the effective coordination of air assets and land resources

 

Contents:

1. Principles air coordination in forest fire

2. Pre-Mission Procedures

3. Spanish airspace

4. Sequencing of aircraft on the same airline industry

5. Waiting areas and starting points

6. Circuits flight. Fixed-wing aircraft

7. Helicopter Tours

8. Airline management models

Head of Extinction in Major Forest Fires (GIF)

Objective:

Define and describe the functions of a Manager at Fire Extinguishing highly complex with numerous risks

Recognize the role of a WFP team and employ appropriate skills for interpersonal communication and management principles to achieve goals effectively and efficiently

Demonstrate an effective command and control of continuous development teams

Demonstrate ability to manage an extended attack

 

Contents:

1. Special Management Plan for Forest Fires

2. Fire Unified Command

3. Complexity Analysis of Emergency

4. Media Management

5. Meetings Management breafing / Debreafing

6. Managing the return to normal

7. Complex organization communications networks

Operations Head

Objective:

Know the procedures for management and apply appropriately tactics in different fire situations, with different resources, organized in Strike Teams or newsgroups Work

Demonstrate understanding of the roles and skills of a chief of the Operations Section

Explain the four basic elements of the functions of a Sector Chief in Operations: gathering information, strategic meetings, preparation of the Action Plan and the role of chief operating officer in the mobilization and demobilization of resources

Describe the Supervisory Responsibilities: Leading Briefings for each operational period, Management Operations Section, Risk Assessment and Safety Management, and Evaluation of the lower special strategies and tactics

 

Contents:

1. Special Management Plan for Wildland Fire

2. Geographical divisions. Action Plan

3. Meetings Management Breafing / Debreafing

4. Complex organization Communication Networks

5. Evaluation and adjustment of strategies and tactics

6. Management Back to Normal. Demobilization of Resources

Planning Head

Objective:

Know the procedures to collect and manage information relating to an emergency

Demonstrate the understanding of the roles and skills of a Head of the Planning Section

Explain the four basic elements of the functions of a Planning Head: gathering information, strategic meetings, preparation of the Action Plan and the role of operating officer in the mobilization and demobilization of resources (Head)

Know the different forms that make up the SME Action Plan

 

Contents:

1. Special Management Plan for Wildland Fire

2. Information Management. Action Plan

3. Meetings Management Breafing / Debreafing

4. Complex organization Communication Networks

5. Back to Normal Management. Demobilization of Resources

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