Firefighting Tactics and Strategies I - 45 Hours
The curriculum is designed to cover basic factors involved in coping with a fire emergency, and determining the best use of available resources in protecting lives and property. The course emphasizes the changing nature of an emergency situation, and the ways in which the fire officer can evaluate the effectiveness of his or her proposed incident action plan.
Additional Information and Instructor Qualifications:
- Strategic and Tactical Considerations on the Fireground, 4th Ed. (2011) Publisher: Pearson ISBN# 978-0134442648
(Textbook used for both Firefighting Tactics and Strategies I and Firefighting Tactics and Strategies II classes.)
NFA IS700 must be completed prior to attending the course. It can be taken online through FEMA/EMI.
This program is part of the following Certification(s)
Applicable CEU's (45 hours)
Instructor I, II, and III
Course Equivalency Process
(To determine eligibility of courses not listed in your FCDICE Student Account that you want to use towards a certification)
(Prices vary for other providers)
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