Training Catalog

The Training Catalog reflects current courses offered by Indiana Public Safety Personnel Portal. For each course, you may view a list of available training and request enrollment for any future events.
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1LETB Crime Scene Investigation Level 1 - 1LETB CSI Level 1
No Classes Available
1LETB Physical Tactics Ground Combatant Instructor - Physical Tactics Ground Combatant Instructor Perquisites: ILEA Physical Tactics Instructor (to include but not limited to Protective Training Services, DNR PT Instructor, MARTEC (NWILEA), ILEA PT Instructor Course)

ILEA will be offering a three day Physical Tactics Ground Combatant Instructor Course. The course will consist of both lecture and practical application of techniques. Instruction will include techniques/concepts in ground fighting to include: striking from the ground, control holds to a handcuffing position, escapes, transitioning from the ground to a stand-up position. This class will be physically demanding and students will be required to participate in all aspects of training.

Equipment list:
Duty Belt
Baton
Handcuffs and Key
Red or Blue Gun
Workout Apparel: gym shoes or wrestling shoes, sweats, tact pants, shorts
Uniform Shirt (old one preferred)
Perquisites: ILEA Physical Tactics Instructor (to include but not limited to Protective Training Services, DNR PT Instructor, MARTEC (NWILEA), ILEA PT Instructor Course)

ILEA will be offering a three day Physical Tactics Ground Combatant Instructor Course. The course will consist of both lecture and practical application of techniques. Instruction will include techniques/concepts in ground fighting to include: striking from the ground, control holds to a handcuffing position, escapes, transitioning from the ground to a stand-up position. This class will be physically demanding and students will be required to participate in all aspects of training.

Equipment list:
Duty Belt
Baton
Handcuffs and Key
Red or Blue Gun
Workout Apparel: gym shoes or wrestling shoes, sweats, tact pants, shorts
Uniform Shirt (old one preferred)
No Classes Available
1LETB Physical Tactics Instructor - Physical Tactics Instructor ILEA will be offering a four day Physical Tactics Instructor Course. The course will consist of both lecture and practical application of techniques. Instruction will include techniques/concepts in handcuffing, striking, take-downs, impact weapons and pressure points. This class will be physically demanding and students will be required to participate in all aspects of training.
ILEA will be offering a four day Physical Tactics Instructor Course. The course will consist of both lecture and practical application of techniques. Instruction will include techniques/concepts in handcuffing, striking, take-downs, impact weapons and pressure points. This class will be physically demanding and students will be required to participate in all aspects of training.
No Classes Available
1LETB Police Chief Training Program - 1LETB Fit for Duty (Not For Credit) From Chiefs Course Lt. Moore discusses why it is important for Chiefs to be concerned about having a Fit for duty plan for their officers.
Lt. Moore discusses why it is important for Chiefs to be concerned about having a Fit for duty plan for their officers.
No Classes Available
1LETB Southport Reserve Academy - 1LETB Southport Reserve Academy
No Classes Available
1LETB Truck and Bus Enforcement Training - Truck and Bus Enforcement
No Classes Available
A Coordinated Response to Food Emergencies (PER-273) This course provides responders with training on all-hazards food emergency response procedures with an emphasis on enhancing communication to facilitate the response effort. For the purposes of this course, food emergencies may include terrorism, naturally occurring events, or accidents that impact the food chain with the potential for mass consequences. The course focuses on federal, state, and local agency communication and coordination during the response to and recovery from such emergencies.
This course provides responders with training on all-hazards food emergency response procedures with an emphasis on enhancing communication to facilitate the response effort. For the purposes of this course, food emergencies may include terrorism, naturally occurring events, or accidents that impact the food chain with the potential for mass consequences. The course focuses on federal, state, and local agency communication and coordination during the response to and recovery from such emergencies.
No Classes Available
All Hazards Communications Unit Technician Training (COM-T) The All-Hazards Communications Technician (COMT) course trains emergency responders on practices and procedures common to radio communication technicians during all-hazards emergency operations. This course will help communications technicians work within the Incident Command System (ICS) organizational structure.

The COMT course is intended for federal, state, local, and tribal emergency response professionals and coordination/support personnel with communications backgrounds. Individuals who are responsible for managing a Strategic Technology Reserve (radio cache, mobile communications vehicle, or other deployable communications assets) are encouraged to attend. This course is targeted to students who have technical aptitude, but not necessarily strong technical experience.
The All-Hazards Communications Technician (COMT) course trains emergency responders on practices and procedures common to radio communication technicians during all-hazards emergency operations. This course will help communications technicians work within the Incident Command System (ICS) organizational structure.

The COMT course is intended for federal, state, local, and tribal emergency response professionals and coordination/support personnel with communications backgrounds. Individuals who are responsible for managing a Strategic Technology Reserve (radio cache, mobile communications vehicle, or other deployable communications assets) are encouraged to attend. This course is targeted to students who have technical aptitude, but not necessarily strong technical experience.
No Classes Available
All Hazards Division Group Supervisor (L-960) The course will provide local- and state-level emergency responders with a robust understanding of the duties, responsibilities, and capabilities of an effective Division/Group Supervisor on an All-Hazards Incident Management Team (AHIMT). The course walks participants through general information, including an overview of the Operations Section and information on incident mobilization, initial situational awareness, and unit management. It also provides detailed instruction on responding to the incident and the command needs of the incident, and emphasizes the importance of risk management and safety considerations.

Required Prerequisites: IS -100, IS - 200, IS - 700, IS - 800 and ICS 300
Recommended Prerequisites: ICS 400 and O-305 Type 3 AHIMT Training
The course will provide local- and state-level emergency responders with a robust understanding of the duties, responsibilities, and capabilities of an effective Division/Group Supervisor on an All-Hazards Incident Management Team (AHIMT). The course walks participants through general information, including an overview of the Operations Section and information on incident mobilization, initial situational awareness, and unit management. It also provides detailed instruction on responding to the incident and the command needs of the incident, and emphasizes the importance of risk management and safety considerations.

Required Prerequisites: IS -100, IS - 200, IS - 700, IS - 800 and ICS 300
Recommended Prerequisites: ICS 400 and O-305 Type 3 AHIMT Training
No Classes Available
All Hazards Incident Management Team (O-305) This course focuses on the importance of developing and operating as a functional All Hazard Incident Management Team. This course will emphasize the nature and purpose of an AHIMT so that others in the community and emergency services are more willing and able to assist within various components of their local AHIMT. IT also provides a basic framework for building and maintaining critical interpersonal communications and for working together as a team member of an AHIMT. We do this through offering practical experience of on scene operations through extensive exercises and simulations.
This course focuses on the importance of developing and operating as a functional All Hazard Incident Management Team. This course will emphasize the nature and purpose of an AHIMT so that others in the community and emergency services are more willing and able to assist within various components of their local AHIMT. IT also provides a basic framework for building and maintaining critical interpersonal communications and for working together as a team member of an AHIMT. We do this through offering practical experience of on scene operations through extensive exercises and simulations.
No Classes Available
All Hazards Logistics Section Chief (L-967) - All-Hazard Logistics Section Chief 7/2010 This course provides local- and state-level emergency responders with a robust understanding of the duties, responsibilities, and capabilities of an effective Logistics Section Chief on an All-Hazards Incident Management Team (AHIMT). These responsibilities fall into two categories: responding to the incident and effectively fulfilling the position responsibilities of a Logistics Section Chief on an AHIMT. Exercises, simulations, discussions, and a final exam enable participants to process and apply their new knowledge.

Selection Criteria: 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 AHIMTs, or by those persons who desire to seek credentials/certification in those positions.
This course provides local- and state-level emergency responders with a robust understanding of the duties, responsibilities, and capabilities of an effective Logistics Section Chief on an All-Hazards Incident Management Team (AHIMT). These responsibilities fall into two categories: responding to the incident and effectively fulfilling the position responsibilities of a Logistics Section Chief on an AHIMT. Exercises, simulations, discussions, and a final exam enable participants to process and apply their new knowledge.

Selection Criteria: 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 AHIMTs, or by those persons who desire to seek credentials/certification in those positions.
No Classes Available
All Hazards Operations Section Chief (L-958) This course provides local- and state-level emergency responders with a robust understanding of the duties, responsibilities, and capabilities of an effective Operations Section Chief (OSC) on an All-Hazards Incident Management Team (AHIMT). These responsibilities fall into two categories: 1) responding to the incident and the command needs of the incident, and 2) effectively fulfilling the position responsibilities of an OSC on an AHIMT. Exercises, simulations, discussions, and a final exam enable participants to process and apply their new knowledge.

Required Prerequisites: IS -100, IS - 200, IS - 700, IS - 800, ICS 300 and ICS 400
Recommended Prerequisites: O-305 Type 3 AHIMT Training
This course provides local- and state-level emergency responders with a robust understanding of the duties, responsibilities, and capabilities of an effective Operations Section Chief (OSC) on an All-Hazards Incident Management Team (AHIMT). These responsibilities fall into two categories: 1) responding to the incident and the command needs of the incident, and 2) effectively fulfilling the position responsibilities of an OSC on an AHIMT. Exercises, simulations, discussions, and a final exam enable participants to process and apply their new knowledge.

Required Prerequisites: IS -100, IS - 200, IS - 700, IS - 800, ICS 300 and ICS 400
Recommended Prerequisites: O-305 Type 3 AHIMT Training
No Classes Available
All Hazards Preparedness for Animals in Disasters (AWR 328) This course will provide livestock producers, emergency managers, veterinarians,extension agents, veterinary
technicians, rural community leaders, public and human health personnel, fire and law enforcement
with tools to protect, respond to, and recover from the consequences of disasters (e.g. fire, flood, heat,
earthquake, tornadoes, hurricanes, hazardous materials and catastrophic disease exposure) involving animals
in rural communities. The course will introduce participants to the unique issues that must be considered
and addressed when animals are involved in an emergency such as safe animal handling, animal
evacuation, animal sheltering, humane euthanasia, carcass disposal, inclusion of animal management into
existing ICS structures, and federal support available during recovery.
This course will provide livestock producers, emergency managers, veterinarians,extension agents, veterinary
technicians, rural community leaders, public and human health personnel, fire and law enforcement
with tools to protect, respond to, and recover from the consequences of disasters (e.g. fire, flood, heat,
earthquake, tornadoes, hurricanes, hazardous materials and catastrophic disease exposure) involving animals
in rural communities. The course will introduce participants to the unique issues that must be considered
and addressed when animals are involved in an emergency such as safe animal handling, animal
evacuation, animal sheltering, humane euthanasia, carcass disposal, inclusion of animal management into
existing ICS structures, and federal support available during recovery.
No Classes Available
All Hazards Resource Unit Leader (L-965) This course provides an overview of Unit Leader responsibilities, the Planning Section, and the planning process to contextualize the Resources Unit for participants unfamiliar with the planning process or the Incident Command System. It then explores specific Resources Unit Leader functions and responsibilities including resource tracking systems, operational planning, and resource products/outputs. The Status/Check-in and Demobilization functions are covered to provide participants with the knowledge to perform those duties if necessary.
Exercises/simulations, discussions, and a final exam enable participants to process and apply their new knowledge.

Required Prerequisites: IS -100, IS - 200, IS - 700, IS - 800 and ICS 300
Recommended Prerequisites: ICS 400 and O-305 Type 3 AHIMT Training
This course provides an overview of Unit Leader responsibilities, the Planning Section, and the planning process to contextualize the Resources Unit for participants unfamiliar with the planning process or the Incident Command System. It then explores specific Resources Unit Leader functions and responsibilities including resource tracking systems, operational planning, and resource products/outputs. The Status/Check-in and Demobilization functions are covered to provide participants with the knowledge to perform those duties if necessary.
Exercises/simulations, discussions, and a final exam enable participants to process and apply their new knowledge.

Required Prerequisites: IS -100, IS - 200, IS - 700, IS - 800 and ICS 300
Recommended Prerequisites: ICS 400 and O-305 Type 3 AHIMT Training
No Classes Available
All Hazards Situation Unit Leader Course Description
This course helps participants establish the essential core competencies required for performing the duties of the Situation Unit Leader (SITL) in an all-hazards incident. This course addresses all responsibilities appropriate to an SITL operating in a local- or state-level All-Hazards Incident Management Team (AHIMT). These responsibilities include processing information and intelligence and developing displays. The course is an instructor-led training that supports learning through discussion, lecture, and active participation in multiple exercises. By requiring participants to bring an SITL Kit to the instruction, the course provides a realistic, hands-on approach to mastering the skills of an SITL.

Selection Criteria: 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 AHIMTs, or by those persons who desire to seek credentials/certification in those positions.

Course Objectives
Establish the essential core competencies required for performing the duties of the SITL in an all-hazards incident. This course addresses all responsibilities appropriate to a SITL operating a local- or state-level All-Hazards Incident Management Team. This includes processing information and intelligence and developing displays.

Mission Areas
Respond
Mitigation
Recover
Course Description
This course helps participants establish the essential core competencies required for performing the duties of the Situation Unit Leader (SITL) in an all-hazards incident. This course addresses all responsibilities appropriate to an SITL operating in a local- or state-level All-Hazards Incident Management Team (AHIMT). These responsibilities include processing information and intelligence and developing displays. The course is an instructor-led training that supports learning through discussion, lecture, and active participation in multiple exercises. By requiring participants to bring an SITL Kit to the instruction, the course provides a realistic, hands-on approach to mastering the skills of an SITL.

Selection Criteria: 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 AHIMTs, or by those persons who desire to seek credentials/certification in those positions.

Course Objectives
Establish the essential core competencies required for performing the duties of the SITL in an all-hazards incident. This course addresses all responsibilities appropriate to a SITL operating a local- or state-level All-Hazards Incident Management Team. This includes processing information and intelligence and developing displays.

Mission Areas
Respond
Mitigation
Recover
No Classes Available
All Hazards Strike Team/Task Force Leader The course is addresses the roles and responsibilities appropriate to a Task Force/Strike team Leader operating on concert with a local or state-level AH IMT. These responsibilities fall into two categories: (1) responding to the incident and the command needs of the incident, and (2) effectively fulfilling the position responsibilities of a Task Force/Strike Team Leader in conjunction with an AH IMT. This is an all-hazard, instructor-led course that facilitates learning through discussion, lecture, and active participation in multiple exercise scenarios.

Required Prerequisites: IS -100, IS - 200, IS - 700, IS - 800 and ICS 300
Recommended Prerequisites: ICS 400 and O-305 Type 3 AHIMT Training
The course is addresses the roles and responsibilities appropriate to a Task Force/Strike team Leader operating on concert with a local or state-level AH IMT. These responsibilities fall into two categories: (1) responding to the incident and the command needs of the incident, and (2) effectively fulfilling the position responsibilities of a Task Force/Strike Team Leader in conjunction with an AH IMT. This is an all-hazard, instructor-led course that facilitates learning through discussion, lecture, and active participation in multiple exercise scenarios.

Required Prerequisites: IS -100, IS - 200, IS - 700, IS - 800 and ICS 300
Recommended Prerequisites: ICS 400 and O-305 Type 3 AHIMT Training
No Classes Available
All-Hazards Facilities Unit Leader This course helps attendees establish the essential core competencies required for performing the duties of FACL on an AHIMT. This course walks students through general information, including an overview of the Logistics section, and information on incident mobilization, initial situational awareness, and unit management. It also provides detailed instruction on setting up and maintaining incident facilities, including facilities infrastructure, services, layout, and security. Each unit contains a discussion-based exercise, and there is a capstone tabletop exercise at the end of the course to give students hands-on practice functioning as a FACL.
This course helps attendees establish the essential core competencies required for performing the duties of FACL on an AHIMT. This course walks students through general information, including an overview of the Logistics section, and information on incident mobilization, initial situational awareness, and unit management. It also provides detailed instruction on setting up and maintaining incident facilities, including facilities infrastructure, services, layout, and security. Each unit contains a discussion-based exercise, and there is a capstone tabletop exercise at the end of the course to give students hands-on practice functioning as a FACL.
No Classes Available
Ambulance Strike Team/Med. Task Force Leader This class is designed to prepare ambulance providers with the information necessary to function as a strike team/task force leader in response to local, state or national disasters. The course includes information pertaining to preperation, response and demobilization procedures; as well as necessary information to insure the safety and well being of those assigned to the Strike Team and/or Task Force. Topics include duties and responsibilities of the Strike Team/Task Force Leader; equipment standards; personnel; strike team communications; disaster operations; response and recovery; resource management; incident management; and incident support demobilization.

***Topics
Duties and Responsibilities of the Strike Team/Task Force Leader
Equipment Standards (Personal, Ambulance, Strike Team)
Communications
Disaster Operations, Response, and Recovery
Resource Management
Incident Management and Incident Support
Demobilization
This class is designed to prepare ambulance providers with the information necessary to function as a strike team/task force leader in response to local, state or national disasters. The course includes information pertaining to preperation, response and demobilization procedures; as well as necessary information to insure the safety and well being of those assigned to the Strike Team and/or Task Force. Topics include duties and responsibilities of the Strike Team/Task Force Leader; equipment standards; personnel; strike team communications; disaster operations; response and recovery; resource management; incident management; and incident support demobilization.

***Topics
Duties and Responsibilities of the Strike Team/Task Force Leader
Equipment Standards (Personal, Ambulance, Strike Team)
Communications
Disaster Operations, Response, and Recovery
Resource Management
Incident Management and Incident Support
Demobilization
No Classes Available
Animal Issues in Disasters - Anim. Issues in Disasters v.2008 This one-day class is available at no charge to anyone who wants or needs to know how natural and man-made disasters can impact animals and their owners.
When a flood or tornado strikes a community, people often have the option to evacuate to a local relief shelter; but what about their animals? Most emergency shelters do not provide for pets or livestock.
Those lessons were driven home in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, when images of abandoned pets and livestock flooded the airwaves. The staff of the Indiana State Board of Animal Health (BOAH), in cooperation with the Indiana Department of Homeland Security, is working to ensure that does not happen in a large-scale event here at home.
That’s why BOAH offers the Animal Issues in Disasters course to train local officials, first responders and potential volunteers about planning and response issues. A portion of the class is also devoted to increasing understanding of response plans for animal health-related emergencies, such as foot-and-mouth disease or avian influenza.
Veterinarians and technicians, animal/humane shelter workers, livestock owners, local first responders and others who may be called upon to help in a disaster will benefit from the Animal Issues in Disasters class. During the day’s sessions, participants will actually begin the process of developing an animal-oriented disaster plan for their local community.
The course will cover a broad range of animal-related topics:
• How vulnerable are local animal populations to potential disasters?
• Impact of a foreign animal disease events on local communities;
• Biosecurity issues in combating a foreign animal disease;
• What response activities need to occur to help livestock, pets and wildlife;
• Types of shelters and how to establish a pet-friendly shelter;
• Community-wide preparedness planning;
• Recruiting and training volunteers; and
• Resource identification, including response trailers.
This one-day class is available at no charge to anyone who wants or needs to know how natural and man-made disasters can impact animals and their owners.
When a flood or tornado strikes a community, people often have the option to evacuate to a local relief shelter; but what about their animals? Most emergency shelters do not provide for pets or livestock.
Those lessons were driven home in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, when images of abandoned pets and livestock flooded the airwaves. The staff of the Indiana State Board of Animal Health (BOAH), in cooperation with the Indiana Department of Homeland Security, is working to ensure that does not happen in a large-scale event here at home.
That’s why BOAH offers the Animal Issues in Disasters course to train local officials, first responders and potential volunteers about planning and response issues. A portion of the class is also devoted to increasing understanding of response plans for animal health-related emergencies, such as foot-and-mouth disease or avian influenza.
Veterinarians and technicians, animal/humane shelter workers, livestock owners, local first responders and others who may be called upon to help in a disaster will benefit from the Animal Issues in Disasters class. During the day’s sessions, participants will actually begin the process of developing an animal-oriented disaster plan for their local community.
The course will cover a broad range of animal-related topics:
• How vulnerable are local animal populations to potential disasters?
• Impact of a foreign animal disease events on local communities;
• Biosecurity issues in combating a foreign animal disease;
• What response activities need to occur to help livestock, pets and wildlife;
• Types of shelters and how to establish a pet-friendly shelter;
• Community-wide preparedness planning;
• Recruiting and training volunteers; and
• Resource identification, including response trailers.
EventLocationDates
20180727Johnson County Sheriff Department Training Center 07/27/2018 - 07/27/2018
AWR-140 Introduction to Radiological/Nuclear WMD Operations Train-the-Trainer This course prepares trainers to deliver the AWR-140 Introduction to Radiological/Nuclear WMD Operations course. It focuses on the delivery of the AWR-140 course, including class preparation, instructional techniques, completion of course paperwork, notes and delivery tips, slide groupings, key points, and information to aid instruction.

Course Objective Prepare remote instructors to present the AWR-140 Introduction to Radiological/Nuclear WMD Operations

Target Audience/Discipline Fire Service, Law Enforcement, Emergency Management Agency, Emergency Medical Services, Governmental Administrative, Hazardous Materials Personnel, Healthcare, Public Health, Public Safety Communications, Public Works and private sector and general public members approved by the National Training and Education Division (NTED). This includes persons from non-governmental organizations such as Red Cross or Community Emergency Response Teams (CERTs) and businesses, industries, and services who may have a role in the response may also take the training to improve their capabilities under the whole community concept.
This course prepares trainers to deliver the AWR-140 Introduction to Radiological/Nuclear WMD Operations course. It focuses on the delivery of the AWR-140 course, including class preparation, instructional techniques, completion of course paperwork, notes and delivery tips, slide groupings, key points, and information to aid instruction.

Course Objective Prepare remote instructors to present the AWR-140 Introduction to Radiological/Nuclear WMD Operations

Target Audience/Discipline Fire Service, Law Enforcement, Emergency Management Agency, Emergency Medical Services, Governmental Administrative, Hazardous Materials Personnel, Healthcare, Public Health, Public Safety Communications, Public Works and private sector and general public members approved by the National Training and Education Division (NTED). This includes persons from non-governmental organizations such as Red Cross or Community Emergency Response Teams (CERTs) and businesses, industries, and services who may have a role in the response may also take the training to improve their capabilities under the whole community concept.
No Classes Available
Basic Public Information Officer & Joint Information System/Center Planning (G290 & G291) Basic Public Information Officers Course Description
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Public information consists of the processes, procedures and systems to communicate timely, accurate and accessible information to affected audiences. Armed with good information, people are empowered to make better decisions and thus contribute to the overall response goal of saving lives and protecting property. Personnel tasked with gathering, verifying, coordinating and disseminating public information at the federal, state, tribal, local and territorial levels bear this considerable responsibility concurrently with other job assignments. These Public Information Officers (PIOs) must be provided with the opportunity to learn and practice the skills they will use on the job.
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The Basic Public Information Officer Course (G0290) is designed to provide participants with the opportunity to start applying basic concepts underlying the Public Information Officer (PIO) role. This course can provide a basic understanding of the PIO function for those new to the position.
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This is the second course in the Public Information Training Series. This course is delivered at the state, local, tribal and territorial governments. Other courses are conducted as resident courses at the Emergency Management Institute (EMI). The courses build on each other enhancing students? skills further at each level. This course uses Bloom?s Taxonomy as a guide to focus the course material to augment the knowledge and comprehension for new PIOs.
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This course will consider the value of communication before, during and after an incident. It will help PIOs identify critical audiences, both internal and external.


Joint Information System/Center Planning Course Description
Public information consists of the processes, procedures, and systems to communicate timely, accurate, and accessible information to affected audiences. Armed with good information, people are better able to make good decisions and, by doing so; contribute to the overall response goal of saving lives and protecting property. Personnel tasked with gathering, verifying, coordinating, and disseminating public information at the federal, state, tribal, local, and territorial levels bear this considerable responsibility concurrently with other job assignments. These Public Information Officers (PIOs) must be provided with the opportunity to learn and practice the skills they will use on the job.

This courseis designed for PIOs with experience in the field who will be working in a JIS/JIC. This is the third course in the Public Information Training Series. This course is delivered at the state, local, tribal, and territorial governments. Other courses are conducted as resident courses at the Emergency Management Institute (EMI). The courses build on each other enhancing students? skills further at each level. This course uses Blooms Taxonomy as a guide to focus the course material to augment the knowledge and comprehension for new PIOs.

(This course is equivalent to E/L0387)
Basic Public Information Officers Course Description
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Public information consists of the processes, procedures and systems to communicate timely, accurate and accessible information to affected audiences. Armed with good information, people are empowered to make better decisions and thus contribute to the overall response goal of saving lives and protecting property. Personnel tasked with gathering, verifying, coordinating and disseminating public information at the federal, state, tribal, local and territorial levels bear this considerable responsibility concurrently with other job assignments. These Public Information Officers (PIOs) must be provided with the opportunity to learn and practice the skills they will use on the job.
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The Basic Public Information Officer Course (G0290) is designed to provide participants with the opportunity to start applying basic concepts underlying the Public Information Officer (PIO) role. This course can provide a basic understanding of the PIO function for those new to the position.
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This is the second course in the Public Information Training Series. This course is delivered at the state, local, tribal and territorial governments. Other courses are conducted as resident courses at the Emergency Management Institute (EMI). The courses build on each other enhancing students? skills further at each level. This course uses Bloom?s Taxonomy as a guide to focus the course material to augment the knowledge and comprehension for new PIOs.
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This course will consider the value of communication before, during and after an incident. It will help PIOs identify critical audiences, both internal and external.


Joint Information System/Center Planning Course Description
Public information consists of the processes, procedures, and systems to communicate timely, accurate, and accessible information to affected audiences. Armed with good information, people are better able to make good decisions and, by doing so; contribute to the overall response goal of saving lives and protecting property. Personnel tasked with gathering, verifying, coordinating, and disseminating public information at the federal, state, tribal, local, and territorial levels bear this considerable responsibility concurrently with other job assignments. These Public Information Officers (PIOs) must be provided with the opportunity to learn and practice the skills they will use on the job.

This courseis designed for PIOs with experience in the field who will be working in a JIS/JIC. This is the third course in the Public Information Training Series. This course is delivered at the state, local, tribal, and territorial governments. Other courses are conducted as resident courses at the Emergency Management Institute (EMI). The courses build on each other enhancing students? skills further at each level. This course uses Blooms Taxonomy as a guide to focus the course material to augment the knowledge and comprehension for new PIOs.

(This course is equivalent to E/L0387)
No Classes Available
Campus Emergencies Prevention, Response, and Recovery (MGT 324) This course provides participants with an understanding of and ability to navigate throug¿h the difficult aspects of dealing with campus emergencies involving natural or manmade events, including acts of violence. The course consists of small, problem-based, integrated group activities that require a coordinated, integrated approach to solve. Through tabletop scenarios, course participants will observe a developing incident and respond in a manner consistent with currently established campus and jurisdictional emergency operations procedures.

The target audience for the Direct Delivery version of this course must include representatives from each of the following areas:

Executive campus leaders
Faculty/student governance
Campus public safety departments
Campus health/medical and mental health services
Campus public affairs
Jurisdictional public information officers at community colleges, colleges and universities
Local law enforcement and public safety agencies
This course provides participants with an understanding of and ability to navigate throug¿h the difficult aspects of dealing with campus emergencies involving natural or manmade events, including acts of violence. The course consists of small, problem-based, integrated group activities that require a coordinated, integrated approach to solve. Through tabletop scenarios, course participants will observe a developing incident and respond in a manner consistent with currently established campus and jurisdictional emergency operations procedures.

The target audience for the Direct Delivery version of this course must include representatives from each of the following areas:

Executive campus leaders
Faculty/student governance
Campus public safety departments
Campus health/medical and mental health services
Campus public affairs
Jurisdictional public information officers at community colleges, colleges and universities
Local law enforcement and public safety agencies
No Classes Available
Comprehensive Emergency Mgmt Planning (CEMP) This 2-day course is designed to introduce emergency management personnel and emergency responders to basic planning concepts and to enhance planning skills through application exercises. The course includes information on identifying the steps in the emergency planning process, developing an emergency planning team, and creating and maintaining a comprehensive emergency management plan.
This 2-day course is designed to introduce emergency management personnel and emergency responders to basic planning concepts and to enhance planning skills through application exercises. The course includes information on identifying the steps in the emergency planning process, developing an emergency planning team, and creating and maintaining a comprehensive emergency management plan.
No Classes Available
Computer-Aided Mgmt of Emergency Operations - v.2008 This course provides training on the fundamental elements of the CAMEO Suite of programs as they relate to
emergency situations. As such, it includes detailed technical information and hands-on practice of critical elements in the
CAMEO system and its associated programs (CAMEO Chemicals, CAMEOfm, ALOHA and MARPLOT). To better
understand how the programs interface, participants are provided opportunities to practice key procedures that allow users to enhance planning and response activities associated with community risks.
This course provides training on the fundamental elements of the CAMEO Suite of programs as they relate to
emergency situations. As such, it includes detailed technical information and hands-on practice of critical elements in the
CAMEO system and its associated programs (CAMEO Chemicals, CAMEOfm, ALOHA and MARPLOT). To better
understand how the programs interface, participants are provided opportunities to practice key procedures that allow users to enhance planning and response activities associated with community risks.
No Classes Available
COOP Planners Train-the-Trainer (L-550) - COOP Planners Train-the-Trainer (L550) The Continuity of Operations (COOP) Planner’s Workshop provides COOP training for Continuity Planners at the Federal, State, Territorial, Local, and Tribal levels of government. Federal Continuity Directive (FCD) 1 directs the Federal executive branch departments and agencies and offers guidance for non-federal governments in developing COOP Plans and Programs. COOP Plans facilitate the performance of essential functions during any situation which may disrupt normal operations. The goal of this workshop is to provide you with the tools and hands-on experience necessary to improve your departments’ or agencies’ Continuity of Operations (COOP) plans. This training includes a train-the-trainer module to equip planners to facilitate the course to others.
The Continuity of Operations (COOP) Planner’s Workshop provides COOP training for Continuity Planners at the Federal, State, Territorial, Local, and Tribal levels of government. Federal Continuity Directive (FCD) 1 directs the Federal executive branch departments and agencies and offers guidance for non-federal governments in developing COOP Plans and Programs. COOP Plans facilitate the performance of essential functions during any situation which may disrupt normal operations. The goal of this workshop is to provide you with the tools and hands-on experience necessary to improve your departments’ or agencies’ Continuity of Operations (COOP) plans. This training includes a train-the-trainer module to equip planners to facilitate the course to others.
No Classes Available
CPS Radio Programming and Template Building APX This course is recommended for any agency who programs their own public safety radios on the Statewide 800MHz system.
This course is recommended for any agency who programs their own public safety radios on the Statewide 800MHz system.
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APX Radio Programming & Template BuildingHancock County EOC09/10/2018 - 09/11/2018
APX Radio Programming and Template BuildingHancock County EOC09/12/2018 - 09/13/2018
CPS Template Building and Radio Programming - XTS/XTL This course is recommended for any agency who programs their own public safety radios on the Statewide 800MHz system.
This course is recommended for any agency who programs their own public safety radios on the Statewide 800MHz system.
No Classes Available
Crisis Leadership/Decision Making for Elec. Off. - Crisis Leadership & Decision Making for Elected Officials (MGT340)
No Classes Available
Crisis Management for School-Based Incidents (AWR 148) - Crisis Management for School-Based Incidents This eight-hour awareness-level course for school administrators and emergency responders will educate rural law enforcement personnel as well as school administrators and staff to effectively respond to an emergency involving a school building or an entire school system. The training will provide representatives of rural law enforcement departments with a foundation of knowledge and skills that will enable them to progressively establish a school-based emergency response plan and crisis management team through information sharing and training.
This eight-hour awareness-level course for school administrators and emergency responders will educate rural law enforcement personnel as well as school administrators and staff to effectively respond to an emergency involving a school building or an entire school system. The training will provide representatives of rural law enforcement departments with a foundation of knowledge and skills that will enable them to progressively establish a school-based emergency response plan and crisis management team through information sharing and training.
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20180717Davies County Security Center07/17/2018 - 07/17/2018
CTOS PRNDOS (PER243, PER 245, PER 246) - CTOS PRNDOS (PER-243; PER-245; PER-246) Suite of course offered together to include:
PER-243 - Primary Screener/Personal Radiation Detector Course
PER-246 - Primary Screener Backpack Course
PER-245 - Secondary Screener Radiation Isotope Identifier Device Course
Suite of course offered together to include:
PER-243 - Primary Screener/Personal Radiation Detector Course
PER-246 - Primary Screener Backpack Course
PER-245 - Secondary Screener Radiation Isotope Identifier Device Course
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20180807-RadBrownsburg Fire Territory (HENDRICKS)(0191)08/07/2018 - 08/10/2018
Damage Assessment This 4 hour workshop addresses the requirements of conducting an accurate assessment of disaster damages to your community. Individual assistance processes and the use of the damage assessment application will be covered. Additional information will include the process for disaster declaration. The course uses the Emergency Support Function (ESF) concept. Participants will be involved in practical exercises.

TARGET AUDIENCE: Local emergency management agencies and respective damage assessment staff (highway department, public works, EMA volunteers responsible for damage assessment) as well as the local auditor and elected/ appointed officials should attend this course.
This 4 hour workshop addresses the requirements of conducting an accurate assessment of disaster damages to your community. Individual assistance processes and the use of the damage assessment application will be covered. Additional information will include the process for disaster declaration. The course uses the Emergency Support Function (ESF) concept. Participants will be involved in practical exercises.

TARGET AUDIENCE: Local emergency management agencies and respective damage assessment staff (highway department, public works, EMA volunteers responsible for damage assessment) as well as the local auditor and elected/ appointed officials should attend this course.
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EMA-DA0003Jennings County Public Library06/05/2018 - 06/05/2018
EMA-DA0007Seymour Police Department06/06/2018 - 06/06/2018
Devolution Planning - L 551: Devolution Planning Workshop This course is based on the guidance to the Federal Executive Branch departments and agencies for developing Continuity of Operations (COOP) Plans and Programs. This workshop is designed to provide participants with the hands-on experience necessary to develop a department or agency devolution plan as part of their overall COOP Program. Topics include conditions under which devolution would be appropriate, identifying special considerations for devolution planning, and how to develop a devolution plan.
This course is based on the guidance to the Federal Executive Branch departments and agencies for developing Continuity of Operations (COOP) Plans and Programs. This workshop is designed to provide participants with the hands-on experience necessary to develop a department or agency devolution plan as part of their overall COOP Program. Topics include conditions under which devolution would be appropriate, identifying special considerations for devolution planning, and how to develop a devolution plan.
No Classes Available
Disaster Management for Public Services (MGT-317) This course brings together those emergency management personnel from within a jurisdiction who would be required to prevent, manage, or react to a natural, technological, or civil disaster within their community.

Objectives
Determine the jurisdiction’s pre-incident preparedness.
Develop strategies for incident response.
Develop strategies for incident recovery.
Evaluate response and recovery strategies based on current capabilities.
This course brings together those emergency management personnel from within a jurisdiction who would be required to prevent, manage, or react to a natural, technological, or civil disaster within their community.

Objectives
Determine the jurisdiction’s pre-incident preparedness.
Develop strategies for incident response.
Develop strategies for incident recovery.
Evaluate response and recovery strategies based on current capabilities.
No Classes Available
Disaster Prep. for Hospitals & Healthcare Orgs. within the Comm. Infrastructure Disaster Preparedness for Hospitals and Healthcare Organizations Within the Community Infrastructure brings together those individuals from the hospital and healthcare community who are responsible for ensuring the resiliency of healthcare services during a high consequence or catastrophic event within a jurisdiction. Through a focus on preparedness processes and activities, this course provides an opportunity for participants to acquire the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to help them ensure the sustainability of their facilities and organizations during all types of disasters.
Course Objectives
Define preparedness
Discuss the three types of hazards Identify weapons of mass destruction categories.
Identify the community's potential hazards.
Describe medical injuries associated with different hazards Describe the preparedness components of the National Incident Management System NIMS),the National Response Framework (NRF), and the National Preparedness Guidelines (NPG).
Discuss preparedness assessment using the Target Capability List.
Describe the National Infrastructure Protection Plan (NIPP) and its relationship to the healthcare community. Identify Critical Infrastructure/Key Resources (CIKR) components that would affect the public health and healthcare infrastructure sector.
Explain the concept of comprehensive emergency management.
Discuss all-hazards emergency planning. Identify components of a Hospital Emergency Operations Plan.
Describe training and exercise processes. Explain development of a Continuity of Operations Plan.
Describe two types of recovery phases.
Identify key components in healthcare recovery preparedness planning Identify special considerations to be addressed in recovering from a large-scale disaster event.
Explain the concept of medical surge as an indicator of preparedness.
Discuss the four key components of medical surge.
Describe the features of a hospital surge checklist.
Disaster Preparedness for Hospitals and Healthcare Organizations Within the Community Infrastructure brings together those individuals from the hospital and healthcare community who are responsible for ensuring the resiliency of healthcare services during a high consequence or catastrophic event within a jurisdiction. Through a focus on preparedness processes and activities, this course provides an opportunity for participants to acquire the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to help them ensure the sustainability of their facilities and organizations during all types of disasters.
Course Objectives
Define preparedness
Discuss the three types of hazards Identify weapons of mass destruction categories.
Identify the community's potential hazards.
Describe medical injuries associated with different hazards Describe the preparedness components of the National Incident Management System NIMS),the National Response Framework (NRF), and the National Preparedness Guidelines (NPG).
Discuss preparedness assessment using the Target Capability List.
Describe the National Infrastructure Protection Plan (NIPP) and its relationship to the healthcare community. Identify Critical Infrastructure/Key Resources (CIKR) components that would affect the public health and healthcare infrastructure sector.
Explain the concept of comprehensive emergency management.
Discuss all-hazards emergency planning. Identify components of a Hospital Emergency Operations Plan.
Describe training and exercise processes. Explain development of a Continuity of Operations Plan.
Describe two types of recovery phases.
Identify key components in healthcare recovery preparedness planning Identify special considerations to be addressed in recovering from a large-scale disaster event.
Explain the concept of medical surge as an indicator of preparedness.
Discuss the four key components of medical surge.
Describe the features of a hospital surge checklist.
No Classes Available
Elected & Appointed Officials Workshop *** COURSE DESCRIPTION: This 4-hour workshop was developed to assist elected and appointed officials in developing a basic understanding of the elements of effective emergency management are and the legal responsibilities of senior officials within disaster preparedness programs. The workshop will lead participants through a history of disasters in Indiana and provide an overview of how emergency planning works in Indiana. Of particular interest for senior elected officials will be the discussions on who is in charge during a disaster situation. Heavy emphasis is placed on Indiana Code Title 10 throughout the course.

TARGET AUDIENCE: This workshop is designed for local senior elected and appointed officials responsible for overseeing and coordinating the efforts of personnel within comprehensive emergency management programs. Emergency management personnel, first response agencies (fire, law enforcement, emergency medical services, communications center, etc.), volunteer disaster agencies, and public works organizations will benefit from a discussion of the topics given during this workshop.
*** COURSE DESCRIPTION: This 4-hour workshop was developed to assist elected and appointed officials in developing a basic understanding of the elements of effective emergency management are and the legal responsibilities of senior officials within disaster preparedness programs. The workshop will lead participants through a history of disasters in Indiana and provide an overview of how emergency planning works in Indiana. Of particular interest for senior elected officials will be the discussions on who is in charge during a disaster situation. Heavy emphasis is placed on Indiana Code Title 10 throughout the course.

TARGET AUDIENCE: This workshop is designed for local senior elected and appointed officials responsible for overseeing and coordinating the efforts of personnel within comprehensive emergency management programs. Emergency management personnel, first response agencies (fire, law enforcement, emergency medical services, communications center, etc.), volunteer disaster agencies, and public works organizations will benefit from a discussion of the topics given during this workshop.
No Classes Available
Emergency Operations Plans for rural Jurisdictions (MGT-383) This 8-hour planning and management-level course is designed to provide rural first responders with the knowledge and skills to develop an emergency operations plan (EOP) for their local jurisdiction or region. Participants are provided with knowledge on the planning process, the different types of emergency operations plan formats, and the components of each. Participants engage in scenarios that are designed to reinforce the lessons learned and to enable them to determine the best format for their particular jurisdiction and to organize the various planning components into an EOP.
This 8-hour planning and management-level course is designed to provide rural first responders with the knowledge and skills to develop an emergency operations plan (EOP) for their local jurisdiction or region. Participants are provided with knowledge on the planning process, the different types of emergency operations plan formats, and the components of each. Participants engage in scenarios that are designed to reinforce the lessons learned and to enable them to determine the best format for their particular jurisdiction and to organize the various planning components into an EOP.
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20180724Joint Public Safety Building07/24/2018 - 07/24/2018
EMS - Advanced Emergency Medical Technician - EMS - Advanced EMT Individuals wishing to enroll in this course must hold current certification as an emergency medical technician (EMT) In addition to the skills of an EMT, the AEMT my start intervenous lines and administer minimal medication restricted by the Indiana Emergency Medical Services Commission and the medical director of the AEMT provider organization in which the student is affiliated. Affiliation is a requirement for AEMT certification. Individuals must take the NREMT cognitive and psychomotor examinations for AEMT certification.
Individuals wishing to enroll in this course must hold current certification as an emergency medical technician (EMT) In addition to the skills of an EMT, the AEMT my start intervenous lines and administer minimal medication restricted by the Indiana Emergency Medical Services Commission and the medical director of the AEMT provider organization in which the student is affiliated. Affiliation is a requirement for AEMT certification. Individuals must take the NREMT cognitive and psychomotor examinations for AEMT certification.
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AD68-01-18Randolph Co Jail06/04/2018 - 11/05/2018
EMS - Emergency Medical Responder - EMS - EMR This course will prepare individuals for entry level emergency medical training in various types of emergency services. Police, Fire, Emergency Managers, Security , and Safety Officers are training on how to respond to a sick or injured person and provide basic life support until a higher lever of care arrives on the scene. Graduates of this course will take the cognitive and psychomotor examination for certification in Indiana.
This course will prepare individuals for entry level emergency medical training in various types of emergency services. Police, Fire, Emergency Managers, Security , and Safety Officers are training on how to respond to a sick or injured person and provide basic life support until a higher lever of care arrives on the scene. Graduates of this course will take the cognitive and psychomotor examination for certification in Indiana.
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FR54-02-18STAR Ambulance05/19/2018 - 06/16/2018
Fr41-01-18Amity volunteer Fire Department05/14/2018 - 07/14/2018
FR45-01-18GARY FD (Lake)(0144)05/14/2018 - 05/25/2018
FR48-03-18D26 Career Center06/04/2018 - 06/28/2018
Fr82-03-18Safety Medic08/22/2018 - 09/24/2018
Fr82-04-18Safety Medic10/20/2018 - 11/21/2018
FR18-01-18Yorktown Fire Department05/30/2018 - 07/14/2018
Fr82-02-18Safety Medic LLC05/30/2018 - 07/02/2018
FR49-01-18J. EVERETT LIGHT CAREER CENTER09/10/2018 - 12/20/2018
FR88-01-18NORTH WASHINGTON V.F.D05/28/2018 - 07/16/2018
FR35-01-18PARKVIEW HUNTINGTON HOSP/EMS (0030)06/18/2018 - 07/30/2018
FR82-05-18Southern Indiana Career and Technical Center08/09/2018 - 12/18/2018
Fr54-04-18Nucor Steel Crawfordsville06/04/2018 - 06/09/2018
FR82-06-18MCCUTCHANVILLE VFD (Vanderburgh)(0230)07/09/2018 - 08/18/2018
Fr54-03-18STATEWIDE TRANSFER AMBULANCE & RESCUE, INC.06/04/2018 - 06/08/2018
EMS - Emergency Medical Technician - EMS - EMT This course provides training for individuals who wish to become certified as Emergency Medical Technicians. The primary purpose of an EMT is to provide basic life support to individuals who are sick or injured. EMTs work in a variety of settings, but the primary purpose is to work on an ambulance. Graduates of this course may take the cognitive and psychomotor examinations for certification as an EMT in Indiana and/or through the National Registry of EMTs (NREMT).
This course provides training for individuals who wish to become certified as Emergency Medical Technicians. The primary purpose of an EMT is to provide basic life support to individuals who are sick or injured. EMTs work in a variety of settings, but the primary purpose is to work on an ambulance. Graduates of this course may take the cognitive and psychomotor examinations for certification as an EMT in Indiana and/or through the National Registry of EMTs (NREMT).
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B34-02-18Communuity Howard Regional Health04/03/2018 - 08/30/2018
B45-07-18Hobart Fire Department Classroom06/11/2018 - 08/06/2018
B49-13-18INDIANAPOLIS EMS (MARION)(0197)05/09/2018 - 08/16/2018
B20-03-18EGH Education Center04/26/2018 - 11/05/2018
B54-01-18STATEWIDE TRANSFER AMBULANCE & RESCUE, INC.04/25/2018 - 09/05/2018
B41-03-18Franciscan Health Education Center05/21/2018 - 07/11/2018
B29-06-18Rivervew Health07/09/2018 - 12/12/2018
B82-09-18Ivy Tech Community College - Evansville05/21/2018 - 07/26/2018
B82-10-18Ivy Tech Community College - Evansville05/21/2018 - 07/26/2018
B53-36-18IVY TECH BLOOMINGTON05/22/2018 - 05/26/2018
B49-15-18IUPUI Van Nuys Medical Science Building05/08/2018 - 08/18/2018
B34-03-18ivy tech community college kokomo05/21/2018 - 07/25/2018
B49-16-18INDIANAPOLIS EMS (MARION)(0197)05/07/2018 - 08/16/2018
B53-28-18PELHAM TRAINING10/01/2018 - 10/01/2019
B29-07-18FISHERS FD (HAMILTON)(0097)07/13/2018 - 08/31/2018
B33-02-18New Castle Career Center08/20/2018 - 02/28/2019
B33-03-18New Castle Career Center08/20/2018 - 02/28/2019
B33-04-18New Castle Career Center09/06/2018 - 05/09/2019
B02-04-18Public Safety Training Academy05/22/2018 - 07/28/2018
B02-05-18PUblic Safety Training Academy08/21/2018 - 12/13/2018
B79-02-18LAFAYETTE FD (Tippecanoe)(0561)05/07/2018 - 06/20/2018
B53-09-18PELHAM TRAINING06/03/2018 - 06/15/2018
B53-34-18Indiana University Bloomington08/22/2018 - 12/07/2018
B53-24-18PELHAM TRAINING06/01/2018 - 06/01/2019
B53-26-18PELHAM TRAINING08/01/2018 - 08/01/2019
B53-10-18PELHAM TRAINING07/08/2018 - 07/20/2018
B53-25-18PELHAM TRAINING07/01/2018 - 07/01/2019
B53-30-18PELHAM TRAINING12/01/2018 - 12/01/2019
B53-29-18PELHAM TRAINING11/01/2018 - 11/01/2019
B82-04-18Safety Medic LLC08/30/2018 - 01/08/2019
B53-27-18PELHAM TRAINING09/01/2018 - 09/01/2019
B02-06-18Public Safety Training Academy08/21/2018 - 12/13/2018
B45-05-18Franciscan Health Dyer EMS Academy05/15/2018 - 07/26/2018
B49-12-18St Vincents College of Health Professions05/07/2018 - 08/02/2018
B71-02-18IVY TECH SOUTH BEND08/20/2018 - 12/12/2018
B20-02-18Ivy Tech Community College Elkhart Campus08/20/2018 - 12/12/2018
B53-33-18Indiana University Bloomington05/08/2018 - 07/26/2018
B53-35-18Indiana University Bloomington08/21/2018 - 12/07/2018
B64-03-18Ivy Tech Community College Valparaiso Campus06/04/2018 - 07/28/2018
FR49-02-18J. EVERETT LIGHT CAREER CENTER09/10/2018 - 12/20/2018
B49-17-18St Vincent College of Health Professions08/06/2018 - 12/06/2018
B30-02-18HANCOCK REGIONAL HOSPITAL (30SV01)08/27/2018 - 02/11/2019
B91-01-18IU Health White Memorial Hospital06/19/2018 - 09/20/2018
B64-04-18Ivy Tech Community College Valparaiso06/04/2018 - 07/28/2018
EMS - EVOC - EVOC-DRIVER This course provides the operator of an emergency vehicle with situational awareness skills necessary for the safe operation of his/her vehicle. Defensive driving skills are emphasized. Graduates of this program will take the Indiana psychomotor and cognitive examinations and upon successful completion will receive a certificate from the Emergency Medical Services Commission.
This course provides the operator of an emergency vehicle with situational awareness skills necessary for the safe operation of his/her vehicle. Defensive driving skills are emphasized. Graduates of this program will take the Indiana psychomotor and cognitive examinations and upon successful completion will receive a certificate from the Emergency Medical Services Commission.
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E19-03-18Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center05/14/2018 - 05/20/2018
E49-05-18INDIANAPOLIS EMS (MARION)(0197)05/28/2018 - 06/01/2018
E49-06-18INDIANAPOLIS EMS (MARION)(0197)06/25/2018 - 06/29/2018
E71-01-18SOUTH BEND FD (St Joseph)(0139)05/21/2018 - 05/22/2018
E02-04-18LUTHERAN HOSPITAL OF INDIANA (Allen) (0320)05/15/2018 - 05/15/2018
E02-03-18Parkview Regional Medical Center05/12/2018 - 05/12/2018
E33-01-18New Castle Career Center07/17/2018 - 07/18/2018
E76-01-18STEUBEN COUNTY EMS (Steuben) (0287)06/19/2018 - 06/23/2018
EMS - Paramedic - EMS - Paramedic This program is approximately 1000 to 1500 hours of training on providing advanced life support to sick and injured patients. The paramedic works in a variety of settings from an ambulance, on a fire truck or in an emergency department. Graduates from this program will take the NREMT psychomotor and cognitive examination and upon successful completion and affiliation with a paramedic organization will be issued a paramedic license in Indiana. Prerequisite for training as a paramedic is certification as an emergency medical technician (EMT).
This program is approximately 1000 to 1500 hours of training on providing advanced life support to sick and injured patients. The paramedic works in a variety of settings from an ambulance, on a fire truck or in an emergency department. Graduates from this program will take the NREMT psychomotor and cognitive examination and upon successful completion and affiliation with a paramedic organization will be issued a paramedic license in Indiana. Prerequisite for training as a paramedic is certification as an emergency medical technician (EMT).
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P71-01-18ITOSS08/21/2018 - 12/21/2019
P49-04-18St Vincent Hospital07/31/2018 - 12/15/2019
P02-02-18Public Safety Training Academy08/20/2018 - 12/12/2019
P49-02-18Indianapolis EMS Education08/20/2018 - 08/16/2019
P49-05-18COMMUNITY HEALTH NETWORK COMMUNITY HOSP EAST07/25/2018 - 06/28/2019
EMS - Primary Instructor Update - EMS - Primary Instructor Update Update Primary Instructors on latest standards, information and techniques.
Update Primary Instructors on latest standards, information and techniques.
No Classes Available
EOC's Role in Community Cyber Security (MGT384) The MGT384, EOC's Role in Community Cyber Security, is a 2-day non-technical course designed to provide an awareness of how cyber events can impact a community, an EOC and our daily lives. In this course, participants will discover the roles and responsibilities needed to detect, prevent and respond to a cyber security incident. Using past cyber events, participants will explore how the EOC and community would plan for and manage information and resources needed for a cyber event and understand how cyber can be used to affect, disrupt, and/or complicate emergency responses.
The MGT384, EOC's Role in Community Cyber Security, is a 2-day non-technical course designed to provide an awareness of how cyber events can impact a community, an EOC and our daily lives. In this course, participants will discover the roles and responsibilities needed to detect, prevent and respond to a cyber security incident. Using past cyber events, participants will explore how the EOC and community would plan for and manage information and resources needed for a cyber event and understand how cyber can be used to affect, disrupt, and/or complicate emergency responses.
No Classes Available
Essentials of Community Cyber Security (AWR136) This course provides individuals, community leaders, and first-responders with information on how cyber attacks can impact, prevent, and/or stop operations and emergency responses in a community. The course also provides a cursory introduction to cyber security vulnerabiliities, risks, threats, and countermeasures. It explains vulnerabilities of computer systems and networks and how these vulnerabilities can affect communities, organizations, and daily workplace operations. The course introduces actions communities can take in establishing a cyber security program.
This course provides individuals, community leaders, and first-responders with information on how cyber attacks can impact, prevent, and/or stop operations and emergency responses in a community. The course also provides a cursory introduction to cyber security vulnerabiliities, risks, threats, and countermeasures. It explains vulnerabilities of computer systems and networks and how these vulnerabilities can affect communities, organizations, and daily workplace operations. The course introduces actions communities can take in establishing a cyber security program.
No Classes Available
Event Security Planning for Public Safety Professionals (MGT-335) This sixteen-hour management level course will provide planning and manage-ment-level skills to public and private sector event security planners who have a lead or supporting responsibility for event security planning. The audience for this course includes local and state law enforcement personnel who are often assigned responsibility for coordinating security for planned events, as well as other planners representing emergency management, emergency medical ser-vice (EMS), fire service, and public health. Participants will be provided with the essential skills and knowledge to understand the importance of and the need for planning and managing security for special events, and to identify guiding prin-ciples and components associated with event security.
This sixteen-hour management level course will provide planning and manage-ment-level skills to public and private sector event security planners who have a lead or supporting responsibility for event security planning. The audience for this course includes local and state law enforcement personnel who are often assigned responsibility for coordinating security for planned events, as well as other planners representing emergency management, emergency medical ser-vice (EMS), fire service, and public health. Participants will be provided with the essential skills and knowledge to understand the importance of and the need for planning and managing security for special events, and to identify guiding prin-ciples and components associated with event security.
EventLocationDates
20180618EMAPurdue Extension Office06/18/2018 - 06/19/2018
Exercise Control and Simulation - REP Exercise Controller Course (RECC) The content is based on the REP Program Manual and best practices gathered from Subject Matter Experts. The course is designed for anyone fulfilling the role of an offsite controller from Federal, State, Local, and Tribal Emergency Management and Utilities involved with offsite REP
exercise/drill control for NRC-licensed commercial nuclear power plants.
The content is based on the REP Program Manual and best practices gathered from Subject Matter Experts. The course is designed for anyone fulfilling the role of an offsite controller from Federal, State, Local, and Tribal Emergency Management and Utilities involved with offsite REP
exercise/drill control for NRC-licensed commercial nuclear power plants.
No Classes Available
Fire - Technical Rescue Awareness On-Line This course is for the basic first-in company. It will provide first responders with the information needed to identify the rescue situation, its specific hazards, and the initial company operations to be performed. Subject areas include: standards, rope, confined space, trench and excavation, structural collapse, vehicle and machinery, water emergencies, and wilderness search and rescue.
This course is for the basic first-in company. It will provide first responders with the information needed to identify the rescue situation, its specific hazards, and the initial company operations to be performed. Subject areas include: standards, rope, confined space, trench and excavation, structural collapse, vehicle and machinery, water emergencies, and wilderness search and rescue.
No Classes Available
Fire - Trench Rescue-Operations FY 08 This course is to prepare local responders to operate as a local member of a team at an event requiring statewide response that has resulted in the need for a shallow, non-intersecting trench rescue within the guidelines and standards as outlined in NFPA 1670. This course pertains to trench rescues involving injured or entrapped persons. The class covers the federal and state regulations, use of specialized equipment for atmospheric monitoring, emergency shoring systems, victim excavation, and employment of rescuer constructed retrieval systems. Special emphasis will be given to rescuer safety and scene evolutions involving various trench rescue problems. This course includes field exercises, outside the classroom, designed to develop the knowledge and skills necessary for rescuers and rescue teams members to conduct trench rescue emergency shoring operations which will help prepare you for the written and practical skills testing which will be conducted at the completion of the course.
This course is to prepare local responders to operate as a local member of a team at an event requiring statewide response that has resulted in the need for a shallow, non-intersecting trench rescue within the guidelines and standards as outlined in NFPA 1670. This course pertains to trench rescues involving injured or entrapped persons. The class covers the federal and state regulations, use of specialized equipment for atmospheric monitoring, emergency shoring systems, victim excavation, and employment of rescuer constructed retrieval systems. Special emphasis will be given to rescuer safety and scene evolutions involving various trench rescue problems. This course includes field exercises, outside the classroom, designed to develop the knowledge and skills necessary for rescuers and rescue teams members to conduct trench rescue emergency shoring operations which will help prepare you for the written and practical skills testing which will be conducted at the completion of the course.
No Classes Available
Fire - Trench Rescue-Technician FY 08 statewide response that has resulted in the need for a deep intersecting trench rescue. The Trench Rescue Technician course has been designed in accordance with NFPA 1670, Standard on Operations and Training for Technical Search and Rescue Incidents. The course pertains to trench rescues involving injured or entrapped persons. The class covers the use of specialized equipment for atmospheric monitoring (Understanding Soil, Trench Configurations, Trench Hazards, Trench and Excavation Regulations), Rescue Team Preparation, Incident Response, Initial On Scene and Pre-Entry Operations, Shoring Systems and Components, Installation of Shoring Systems, victim excavation (Victim Rescue and Recovery and Incident Termination), and employment of rescuer constructed retrieval systems. Special emphasis will be given to rescuer safety and scene evolutions involving various trench rescue problems.
The course is designed to offer a combination of classroom and practical evolutions that allow the student to learn proper techniques to make open trenches and excavations safe for victim access and removal. The class is made realistic by actual sheeting and shoring operations of "unsafe" trenches, by using wood, mechanical and pneumatic shoring equipment. The student will also learn and apply multiple skills in lifting practices within the trench environment.
statewide response that has resulted in the need for a deep intersecting trench rescue. The Trench Rescue Technician course has been designed in accordance with NFPA 1670, Standard on Operations and Training for Technical Search and Rescue Incidents. The course pertains to trench rescues involving injured or entrapped persons. The class covers the use of specialized equipment for atmospheric monitoring (Understanding Soil, Trench Configurations, Trench Hazards, Trench and Excavation Regulations), Rescue Team Preparation, Incident Response, Initial On Scene and Pre-Entry Operations, Shoring Systems and Components, Installation of Shoring Systems, victim excavation (Victim Rescue and Recovery and Incident Termination), and employment of rescuer constructed retrieval systems. Special emphasis will be given to rescuer safety and scene evolutions involving various trench rescue problems.
The course is designed to offer a combination of classroom and practical evolutions that allow the student to learn proper techniques to make open trenches and excavations safe for victim access and removal. The class is made realistic by actual sheeting and shoring operations of "unsafe" trenches, by using wood, mechanical and pneumatic shoring equipment. The student will also learn and apply multiple skills in lifting practices within the trench environment.
No Classes Available
Fire - Airport Firefighter-Aircraft Crash and Rescue This course meets the training requirements of both NFPA 1003: Standard for Airport Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications and FAA FAR Part 139.319. The course covers such topics as Airport Familiarization, Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting Apparatus, Aircraft Types, Engines and Systems, and Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting Procedures. These classroom sessions are followed by practical exercises in turret operations, and extinguishment of wheel/brake, engine, interior cabin, and fuel spill fires through the use of handlines. This course shall be held at a facility where various aircraft and apparatus are available.
This course meets the training requirements of both NFPA 1003: Standard for Airport Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications and FAA FAR Part 139.319. The course covers such topics as Airport Familiarization, Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting Apparatus, Aircraft Types, Engines and Systems, and Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting Procedures. These classroom sessions are followed by practical exercises in turret operations, and extinguishment of wheel/brake, engine, interior cabin, and fuel spill fires through the use of handlines. This course shall be held at a facility where various aircraft and apparatus are available.
No Classes Available
Fire - Confined Space Rescuer Operations This Confined Space Rescue Operations course has been designed in accordance with NFPA 1670 Standard on Operations and Training for Technical Rescue Incidents. The course is to prepare local responders to operate as a local member of a team which has had an event requiring statewide response that has resulted in the need for a permit required confined space rescue. The class covers the federal and state regulations, use of specialized equipment for atmospheric monitoring, commercial entry and retrieval systems, and employment of rescuer constructed retrieval systems. Special emphasis will be given to rescuer safety, scene management, patient care and movement, and the construction and operation of retrieval systems. Simulated rescue evolutions involving various rescue problems will be conducted.
This Confined Space Rescue Operations course has been designed in accordance with NFPA 1670 Standard on Operations and Training for Technical Rescue Incidents. The course is to prepare local responders to operate as a local member of a team which has had an event requiring statewide response that has resulted in the need for a permit required confined space rescue. The class covers the federal and state regulations, use of specialized equipment for atmospheric monitoring, commercial entry and retrieval systems, and employment of rescuer constructed retrieval systems. Special emphasis will be given to rescuer safety, scene management, patient care and movement, and the construction and operation of retrieval systems. Simulated rescue evolutions involving various rescue problems will be conducted.
No Classes Available
Fire - Confined Space Rescuer Technician The Confined Space Rescue Technician course has been designed in accordance with the NFPA 1670 Standard on Operations and Training for Technical Search and Rescue Incidents as well as NFPA 1006 Standard for Technical Rescuer Professional Qualifications. The goal of this course is to prepare responders to operate as a local member of a team to respond to an event requiring statewide response that has resulted in the need for a permit required confined space rescue at the Technician level. This class reviews the federal and state regulations for confined space, high angle, and hazardous materials incidents, the use of specialized equipment for atmospheric monitoring, and commercial and rescuer constructed retrieval systems. This course includes simulated rescue evolutions requiring a mixture of all three disciplines, challenging the responder to deal with rescuing the rescuer in a contaminated atmosphere. Special emphasis is given to rescuer safety, tactical scene management, patient care, decontamination, and the construction and operation of retrieval systems.
The Confined Space Rescue Technician course has been designed in accordance with the NFPA 1670 Standard on Operations and Training for Technical Search and Rescue Incidents as well as NFPA 1006 Standard for Technical Rescuer Professional Qualifications. The goal of this course is to prepare responders to operate as a local member of a team to respond to an event requiring statewide response that has resulted in the need for a permit required confined space rescue at the Technician level. This class reviews the federal and state regulations for confined space, high angle, and hazardous materials incidents, the use of specialized equipment for atmospheric monitoring, and commercial and rescuer constructed retrieval systems. This course includes simulated rescue evolutions requiring a mixture of all three disciplines, challenging the responder to deal with rescuing the rescuer in a contaminated atmosphere. Special emphasis is given to rescuer safety, tactical scene management, patient care, decontamination, and the construction and operation of retrieval systems.
No Classes Available
Fire - Driver / Operator - Aerial (2017) The Driver Operator Aerial course is to provide entry-level aerial operators with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements outlined in NFPA 1002. This class is designed to provide students with a basic understanding of the design, maintenance, operation, and deployment of aerial apparatus. Students will be introduced to the various types of aerial apparatus and aerial devices that are used in the fire service, the inspection and maintenance of aerial apparatus, safe procedures for stabilization, aerial device operation, and the tactical deployment of aerial devices. Students will participate in drills that require positioning, stabilizing, and operating aerial apparatus and aerial devices under mock emergency conditions.

Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively as an aerial operator. Students will be required to operate aerial apparatus during a final practical skills testing.

Students shall understand and follow all instructions pertaining to operational safety, as stated by instructors or as written in course materials. Instructors and students shall be mindful of safety at all times. Conduct judged to be unsafe shall be grounds for dismissal from the course.
The Driver Operator Aerial course is to provide entry-level aerial operators with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements outlined in NFPA 1002. This class is designed to provide students with a basic understanding of the design, maintenance, operation, and deployment of aerial apparatus. Students will be introduced to the various types of aerial apparatus and aerial devices that are used in the fire service, the inspection and maintenance of aerial apparatus, safe procedures for stabilization, aerial device operation, and the tactical deployment of aerial devices. Students will participate in drills that require positioning, stabilizing, and operating aerial apparatus and aerial devices under mock emergency conditions.

Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively as an aerial operator. Students will be required to operate aerial apparatus during a final practical skills testing.

Students shall understand and follow all instructions pertaining to operational safety, as stated by instructors or as written in course materials. Instructors and students shall be mindful of safety at all times. Conduct judged to be unsafe shall be grounds for dismissal from the course.
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DOA0006WAYNE TWP FIRE DEPT. TRAINING ACAD.08/06/2018 - 08/10/2018
DOA0009SOUTH BEND FD (St Joseph)(0139)06/01/2018 - 06/17/2018
Fire - Driver / Operator - Mobile H2O (2017) The Driver Operator Mobile Water Supply (H2O) course is to provide operators with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements outlined in NFPA 1002: Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications. This course is designed for fire apparatus drivers who will be operating a vehicle designed primarily for transporting (pickup, transporting, delivering) water to fire emergency scenes to be applied by other vehicles or pumping equipment. Students will learn the basics of mobile water supply operations, fill site establishment, dump site establishment, and the operation of mobile water supply apparatus. Students will be required to operate mobile water supply apparatus in a mobile water supply operation under mock emergency conditions. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to operate a mobile water supply apparatus during emergency situations. You will have the opportunity to practice apparatus positioning, drafting, and water shuttle operations.

Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively as a Mobile Water Supply (H2O) operator. Students will be required to operate pumper apparatus during a final practical skills testing.

Students shall understand and follow all instructions pertaining to operational safety, as stated by instructors or as written in course materials. Instructors and students shall be mindful of safety at all times. Conduct judged to be unsafe shall be grounds for dismissal from the course.
The Driver Operator Mobile Water Supply (H2O) course is to provide operators with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements outlined in NFPA 1002: Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications. This course is designed for fire apparatus drivers who will be operating a vehicle designed primarily for transporting (pickup, transporting, delivering) water to fire emergency scenes to be applied by other vehicles or pumping equipment. Students will learn the basics of mobile water supply operations, fill site establishment, dump site establishment, and the operation of mobile water supply apparatus. Students will be required to operate mobile water supply apparatus in a mobile water supply operation under mock emergency conditions. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to operate a mobile water supply apparatus during emergency situations. You will have the opportunity to practice apparatus positioning, drafting, and water shuttle operations.

Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively as a Mobile Water Supply (H2O) operator. Students will be required to operate pumper apparatus during a final practical skills testing.

Students shall understand and follow all instructions pertaining to operational safety, as stated by instructors or as written in course materials. Instructors and students shall be mindful of safety at all times. Conduct judged to be unsafe shall be grounds for dismissal from the course.
No Classes Available
Fire - Driver / Operator Pumper (2017) This course provides Driver Operator Pumper operators with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements outlined in NFPA 1002: Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications. This course is designed for the fire fighter who wishes to advance to the next level of his/her career. The course is designed around classroom lectures and field evolutions covering such activities as relay pumping, drafting, foam operations, apparatus maintenance, and driving. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to operate a fire department pumper during emergency situations. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively as a pumper operator during a final practical skills testing.

Students shall understand and follow all instructions pertaining to operational safety, as stated by instructors or as written in course materials. Instructors and students shall be mindful of safety at all times. Conduct judged to be unsafe shall be grounds for dismissal from the course.
This course provides Driver Operator Pumper operators with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements outlined in NFPA 1002: Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications. This course is designed for the fire fighter who wishes to advance to the next level of his/her career. The course is designed around classroom lectures and field evolutions covering such activities as relay pumping, drafting, foam operations, apparatus maintenance, and driving. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to operate a fire department pumper during emergency situations. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively as a pumper operator during a final practical skills testing.

Students shall understand and follow all instructions pertaining to operational safety, as stated by instructors or as written in course materials. Instructors and students shall be mindful of safety at all times. Conduct judged to be unsafe shall be grounds for dismissal from the course.
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DOP0007WAYNE TWP FIRE DEPT. TRAINING ACAD.07/09/2018 - 07/13/2018
DOP0014ZIONSVILLE FD05/24/2018 - 06/21/2018
DOP0016Madison Township Fire Dept. (55007)05/31/2018 - 05/31/2018
Fire - Driver/Operator Aerial The Driver Operator Aerial course is to provide entry-level aerial operators with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements outlined in NFPA 1002. This class is designed to provide students with a basic understanding of the design, maintenance, operation, and deployment of aerial apparatus. Students will be introduced to the various types of aerial apparatus and aerial devices that are used in the fire service, the inspection and maintenance of aerial apparatus, safe procedures for stabilization, aerial device operation, and the tactical deployment of aerial devices. Students will participate in drills that require positioning, stabilizing, and operating aerial apparatus and aerial devices under mock emergency conditions.

Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively as an aerial operator. Students will be required to operate aerial apparatus during a final practical skills testing.

Students shall understand and follow all instructions pertaining to operational safety, as stated by instructors or as written in course materials. Instructors and students shall be mindful of safety at all times. Conduct judged to be unsafe shall be grounds for dismissal from the course.
The Driver Operator Aerial course is to provide entry-level aerial operators with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements outlined in NFPA 1002. This class is designed to provide students with a basic understanding of the design, maintenance, operation, and deployment of aerial apparatus. Students will be introduced to the various types of aerial apparatus and aerial devices that are used in the fire service, the inspection and maintenance of aerial apparatus, safe procedures for stabilization, aerial device operation, and the tactical deployment of aerial devices. Students will participate in drills that require positioning, stabilizing, and operating aerial apparatus and aerial devices under mock emergency conditions.

Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively as an aerial operator. Students will be required to operate aerial apparatus during a final practical skills testing.

Students shall understand and follow all instructions pertaining to operational safety, as stated by instructors or as written in course materials. Instructors and students shall be mindful of safety at all times. Conduct judged to be unsafe shall be grounds for dismissal from the course.
No Classes Available
Fire - Driver/Operator General (2017) This course is designed to train firefighting driver/operators with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 1002. This course prepares the firefighter to assume responsibility as a fire apparatus operator. It also, prepares the firefighter to understand the science of fluids at rest and in motion, and the physical relationships between water and the mechanisms for moving it to achieve desired fire flows. The program concentrates on numerical data and mathematical calculations. It also includes the study of the practices and procedures involved in the safe and effective operation of today’s fire apparatus. Additionally, this course is also designed for Officers who are responsible for the administration of vehicle operations. This course covers common driving hazards, vehicle maintenance and inspections, and driver’s training.
This course is designed to train firefighting driver/operators with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 1002. This course prepares the firefighter to assume responsibility as a fire apparatus operator. It also, prepares the firefighter to understand the science of fluids at rest and in motion, and the physical relationships between water and the mechanisms for moving it to achieve desired fire flows. The program concentrates on numerical data and mathematical calculations. It also includes the study of the practices and procedures involved in the safe and effective operation of today’s fire apparatus. Additionally, this course is also designed for Officers who are responsible for the administration of vehicle operations. This course covers common driving hazards, vehicle maintenance and inspections, and driver’s training.
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DOG0023SOUTH BEND FD (St Joseph)(0139)06/01/2018 - 06/17/2018
Fire - Driver/Operator-Mobile Water Supply The Driver Operator Mobile Water Supply (H2O) course is to provide operators with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements outlined in NFPA 1002: Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications. This course is designed for fire apparatus drivers who will be operating a vehicle designed primarily for transporting (pickup, transporting, delivering) water to fire emergency scenes to be applied by other vehicles or pumping equipment. Students will learn the basics of mobile water supply operations, fill site establishment, dump site establishment, and the operation of mobile water supply apparatus. Students will be required to operate mobile water supply apparatus in a mobile water supply operation under mock emergency conditions. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to operate a mobile water supply apparatus during emergency situations. You will have the opportunity to practice apparatus positioning, drafting, and water shuttle operations.

Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively as a Mobile Water Supply (H2O) operator. Students will be required to operate pumper apparatus during a final practical skills testing.

Students shall understand and follow all instructions pertaining to operational safety, as stated by instructors or as written in course materials. Instructors and students shall be mindful of safety at all times. Conduct judged to be unsafe shall be grounds for dismissal from the course.

The Driver Operator Mobile Water Supply (H2O) course is to provide operators with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements outlined in NFPA 1002: Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications. This course is designed for fire apparatus drivers who will be operating a vehicle designed primarily for transporting (pickup, transporting, delivering) water to fire emergency scenes to be applied by other vehicles or pumping equipment. Students will learn the basics of mobile water supply operations, fill site establishment, dump site establishment, and the operation of mobile water supply apparatus. Students will be required to operate mobile water supply apparatus in a mobile water supply operation under mock emergency conditions. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to operate a mobile water supply apparatus during emergency situations. You will have the opportunity to practice apparatus positioning, drafting, and water shuttle operations.

Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively as a Mobile Water Supply (H2O) operator. Students will be required to operate pumper apparatus during a final practical skills testing.

Students shall understand and follow all instructions pertaining to operational safety, as stated by instructors or as written in course materials. Instructors and students shall be mindful of safety at all times. Conduct judged to be unsafe shall be grounds for dismissal from the course.

No Classes Available
Fire - Driver/Operator-Pumper This course provides Driver Operator Pumper operators with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements outlined in NFPA 1002: Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications. This course is designed for the fire fighter who wishes to advance to the next level of his/her career. The course is designed around classroom lectures and field evolutions covering such activities as relay pumping, drafting, foam operations, apparatus maintenance, and driving. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to operate a fire department pumper during emergency situations. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively as a pumper operator during a final practical skills testing.

Students shall understand and follow all instructions pertaining to operational safety, as stated by instructors or as written in course materials. Instructors and students shall be mindful of safety at all times. Conduct judged to be unsafe shall be grounds for dismissal from the course.
This course provides Driver Operator Pumper operators with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements outlined in NFPA 1002: Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications. This course is designed for the fire fighter who wishes to advance to the next level of his/her career. The course is designed around classroom lectures and field evolutions covering such activities as relay pumping, drafting, foam operations, apparatus maintenance, and driving. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to operate a fire department pumper during emergency situations. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively as a pumper operator during a final practical skills testing.

Students shall understand and follow all instructions pertaining to operational safety, as stated by instructors or as written in course materials. Instructors and students shall be mindful of safety at all times. Conduct judged to be unsafe shall be grounds for dismissal from the course.
No Classes Available
Fire - Fire Inspector I (2017) This course provides individuals with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements outlined in NFPA 1031: Standard for Professional Qualifications for Fire Inspector and Plan Examiner. It is a beginning level course for fire fighters and other interested parties wishing to become more involved in the aspect of fire prevention and inspections. This course is primarily designed for those entering into fire service inspections and would be extremely useful to city inspectors and company level officers. Some of the topics covered in this course include Building Construction, Decorative Materials and Furnishings, Fire Drills, Inspection Procedure, Code Enforcement, and Fire Alarm and Communications. It will prepare you to conduct foundational fire and life safety inspections.
This course provides individuals with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements outlined in NFPA 1031: Standard for Professional Qualifications for Fire Inspector and Plan Examiner. It is a beginning level course for fire fighters and other interested parties wishing to become more involved in the aspect of fire prevention and inspections. This course is primarily designed for those entering into fire service inspections and would be extremely useful to city inspectors and company level officers. Some of the topics covered in this course include Building Construction, Decorative Materials and Furnishings, Fire Drills, Inspection Procedure, Code Enforcement, and Fire Alarm and Communications. It will prepare you to conduct foundational fire and life safety inspections.
No Classes Available
Fire - Fire Inspector I On-Line This course provides individuals with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements outlined in NFPA 1031: Standard for Professional Qualifications for Fire Inspector and Plan Examiner. It is a beginning level course for fire fighters and other interested parties wishing to become more involved in the aspect of fire prevention and inspections. This course is primarily designed for those entering into fire service inspections and would be extremely useful to city inspectors and company level officers. Some of the topics covered in this course include Building Construction, Decorative Materials and Furnishings, Fire Drills, Inspection Procedure, Code Enforcement, and Fire Alarm and Communications. It will prepare you to conduct foundational fire and life safety inspections.
This course provides individuals with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements outlined in NFPA 1031: Standard for Professional Qualifications for Fire Inspector and Plan Examiner. It is a beginning level course for fire fighters and other interested parties wishing to become more involved in the aspect of fire prevention and inspections. This course is primarily designed for those entering into fire service inspections and would be extremely useful to city inspectors and company level officers. Some of the topics covered in this course include Building Construction, Decorative Materials and Furnishings, Fire Drills, Inspection Procedure, Code Enforcement, and Fire Alarm and Communications. It will prepare you to conduct foundational fire and life safety inspections.
No Classes Available
Fire - Fire Inspector II (2017) This course provides advanced personnel with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements outlined in NFPA 1031: Standard for Professional Qualifications for Fire Inspector and Plan Examiner. It is designed to prepare an individual to conduct advanced level fire and life safety inspections. The class is focused on those who are pursuing a fire prevention related career or who want to establish an advanced understanding of fire inspection related issues. The course delves deeper into the interpretation of applicable codes and standards, covers the procedure involved in various types of inspections and prepares the inspector for the plans review process. It is an advanced level course which covers a wide range of topics some of which are: Inspection Procedure, Building Construction, Occupancy Classification, Site Access and Means of Egress, Fire Protection and Water Supply Systems, Plans Review, and the Storage of Hazardous Materials. Individuals with or without fire service background will benefit from the course.
This course provides advanced personnel with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements outlined in NFPA 1031: Standard for Professional Qualifications for Fire Inspector and Plan Examiner. It is designed to prepare an individual to conduct advanced level fire and life safety inspections. The class is focused on those who are pursuing a fire prevention related career or who want to establish an advanced understanding of fire inspection related issues. The course delves deeper into the interpretation of applicable codes and standards, covers the procedure involved in various types of inspections and prepares the inspector for the plans review process. It is an advanced level course which covers a wide range of topics some of which are: Inspection Procedure, Building Construction, Occupancy Classification, Site Access and Means of Egress, Fire Protection and Water Supply Systems, Plans Review, and the Storage of Hazardous Materials. Individuals with or without fire service background will benefit from the course.
No Classes Available
Fire - Fire Inspector II On-Line This course provides advanced personnel with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements outlined in NFPA 1031: Standard for Professional Qualifications for Fire Inspector and Plan Examiner. It is designed to prepare an individual to conduct advanced level fire and life safety inspections. The class is focused on those who are pursuing a fire prevention related career or who want to establish an advanced understanding of fire inspection related issues. The course delves deeper into the interpretation of applicable codes and standards, covers the procedure involved in various types of inspections and prepares the inspector for the plans review process. It is an advanced level course which covers a wide range of topics some of which are: Inspection Procedure, Building Construction, Occupancy Classification, Site Access and Means of Egress, Fire Protection and Water Supply Systems, Plans Review, and the Storage of Hazardous Materials. Individuals with or without fire service background will benefit from the course.
This course provides advanced personnel with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements outlined in NFPA 1031: Standard for Professional Qualifications for Fire Inspector and Plan Examiner. It is designed to prepare an individual to conduct advanced level fire and life safety inspections. The class is focused on those who are pursuing a fire prevention related career or who want to establish an advanced understanding of fire inspection related issues. The course delves deeper into the interpretation of applicable codes and standards, covers the procedure involved in various types of inspections and prepares the inspector for the plans review process. It is an advanced level course which covers a wide range of topics some of which are: Inspection Procedure, Building Construction, Occupancy Classification, Site Access and Means of Egress, Fire Protection and Water Supply Systems, Plans Review, and the Storage of Hazardous Materials. Individuals with or without fire service background will benefit from the course.
No Classes Available
Fire - Fire Instructor I This course provides firefighting personnel with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 1041: Standard for Fire Service Instructor Professional Qualifications. The objectives of the course is to provide entry level training in company ops and admin at first line supervisory level. The course is designed for individuals who want to develop the knowledge and ability to deliver instruction effectively from a prepared lesson plan, including instructional aids and evaluation instruments; adapt lesson plans to the unique requirements of the students and the authority having jurisdiction; organize the learning environment so that learning is maximized; and meet the record-keeping requirements of the authority having jurisdiction. Areas covered include: communication, concepts of learning, human relations in the teaching-learning environment, methods of teaching, organizing the learning environment, records and reports, testing and evaluation, instructor's roles and responsibilities, teaching techniques, and use of instructional materials. Candidates will be expected to perform an instructional presentation to an audience to obtain certification.

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to find ways to effectively manage human resources; community/public relations; fire department organizations and administration, including budgets, reports, and planning; fire inspection, investigation, and public education; emergency service delivery; and safety.
This course provides firefighting personnel with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 1041: Standard for Fire Service Instructor Professional Qualifications. The objectives of the course is to provide entry level training in company ops and admin at first line supervisory level. The course is designed for individuals who want to develop the knowledge and ability to deliver instruction effectively from a prepared lesson plan, including instructional aids and evaluation instruments; adapt lesson plans to the unique requirements of the students and the authority having jurisdiction; organize the learning environment so that learning is maximized; and meet the record-keeping requirements of the authority having jurisdiction. Areas covered include: communication, concepts of learning, human relations in the teaching-learning environment, methods of teaching, organizing the learning environment, records and reports, testing and evaluation, instructor's roles and responsibilities, teaching techniques, and use of instructional materials. Candidates will be expected to perform an instructional presentation to an audience to obtain certification.

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to find ways to effectively manage human resources; community/public relations; fire department organizations and administration, including budgets, reports, and planning; fire inspection, investigation, and public education; emergency service delivery; and safety.
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INST10037NEW CARLISLE VFD (St Joseph)(0453)05/31/2018 - 07/05/2018
Fire - Fire Instructor II/III The purpose of the Instructor II/III course is to provide senior Instructors with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 1041. The course is designed for the Fire Service Instructor who, in addition to meeting Instructor I qualifications, wants to develop the knowledge and ability to develop individual lesson plans for a specific topic including learning objectives, instructional aids, and evaluation instruments; schedule training sessions based on overall training plan of the authority having jurisdiction; and supervise and coordinate the activities of other instructors. Major topics covered in the course are planning instruction, the process for planning and training management; needs analysis; course objectives; task analysis; lesson plan components; formats; creating, modifying, adapting, and using lesson plans; testing and evaluation; management and supervision of training; policies, records, scheduling, and standards; recruiting and selecting instructors; and budget and resource management. This course also prepares candidates to manage a department training program that includes risk management and budgeting duties. Candidates will be expected to perform an instructional presentation to an audience.
The purpose of the Instructor II/III course is to provide senior Instructors with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 1041. The course is designed for the Fire Service Instructor who, in addition to meeting Instructor I qualifications, wants to develop the knowledge and ability to develop individual lesson plans for a specific topic including learning objectives, instructional aids, and evaluation instruments; schedule training sessions based on overall training plan of the authority having jurisdiction; and supervise and coordinate the activities of other instructors. Major topics covered in the course are planning instruction, the process for planning and training management; needs analysis; course objectives; task analysis; lesson plan components; formats; creating, modifying, adapting, and using lesson plans; testing and evaluation; management and supervision of training; policies, records, scheduling, and standards; recruiting and selecting instructors; and budget and resource management. This course also prepares candidates to manage a department training program that includes risk management and budgeting duties. Candidates will be expected to perform an instructional presentation to an audience.
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INST2/30001District 4 Training Center08/06/2018 - 09/12/2018
Fire - Fire Investigator I Primary resources: NFPA 1033 "“Professional Qualifications for Fire Investigator." NFPA 921 “Guide for Fire and Explosion Investigations”

This program is intended for delivery to fire investigators, police officers, company-level officers, and fire fighters who are involved in the investigation process. The program primarily consist of instruction and practical exercises in the areas of cause and origin determination, report writing, scene processing, evidence handling, and participate in practice courtroom testimonials. Topics on burn pattern recognition, point of origin, scene documentation, interviewing techniques, and scene safety will also be addressed at length.

Upon completion, students will have a base knowledge of arson investigation practices and will have had the opportunity to physically examine example fire scenes, process evidence, and participate in practice courtroom testimonies in front of legal counsel.

The practical skills exam, consists of one of two scenarios. 1. Acquired Structure (accidental/incendiary cause) or 2. Previously Burned Structure (accidental/incendiary cause) The fire investigator’s exam includes scene examination, gathering information, writing reports, interviewing, determining origin and cause of the fire, and creation of a complete case file for each fire investigation. The investigation presentations of case files shall consist of candidates working as a team on an investigation. Teams shall consist of 1 to 4 candidates and an evaluator. Each team shall conduct one complete investigation from one of the scenarios listed above. Each member of the team shall be assigned at least one individual task to be completed during the investigation. All individual tasks must be assigned and completed in the investigation.


Primary resources: NFPA 1033 "“Professional Qualifications for Fire Investigator." NFPA 921 “Guide for Fire and Explosion Investigations”

This program is intended for delivery to fire investigators, police officers, company-level officers, and fire fighters who are involved in the investigation process. The program primarily consist of instruction and practical exercises in the areas of cause and origin determination, report writing, scene processing, evidence handling, and participate in practice courtroom testimonials. Topics on burn pattern recognition, point of origin, scene documentation, interviewing techniques, and scene safety will also be addressed at length.

Upon completion, students will have a base knowledge of arson investigation practices and will have had the opportunity to physically examine example fire scenes, process evidence, and participate in practice courtroom testimonies in front of legal counsel.

The practical skills exam, consists of one of two scenarios. 1. Acquired Structure (accidental/incendiary cause) or 2. Previously Burned Structure (accidental/incendiary cause) The fire investigator’s exam includes scene examination, gathering information, writing reports, interviewing, determining origin and cause of the fire, and creation of a complete case file for each fire investigation. The investigation presentations of case files shall consist of candidates working as a team on an investigation. Teams shall consist of 1 to 4 candidates and an evaluator. Each team shall conduct one complete investigation from one of the scenarios listed above. Each member of the team shall be assigned at least one individual task to be completed during the investigation. All individual tasks must be assigned and completed in the investigation.


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INVEST10008EAST CHICAGO FD (inactive)06/07/2018 - 08/11/2018
Fire - Fire Officer I (5th Ed.) This course is designed to give entry level fire officers with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in based on NFPA 1021: Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualifications. The course identifies the requirements necessary to perform the duties of a first line supervisor or a supervisor who is in charge of a single fire company or station, with information and skills required for success. This course introduces the student to the basic concepts of management and supervision by concentration on such topics as Organizational Structure, Communication Skills, Human Resource Management, Community and Government Relations, Administration, Inspections and Investigations, Emergency Service Delivery, along with Health and Safety.

Candidates should expect to spend time outside of class to complete the required exercises as well as prepare for the written and practical examinations. Students are encouraged to bring personal cameras for use in the practical activity.
This course is designed to give entry level fire officers with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in based on NFPA 1021: Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualifications. The course identifies the requirements necessary to perform the duties of a first line supervisor or a supervisor who is in charge of a single fire company or station, with information and skills required for success. This course introduces the student to the basic concepts of management and supervision by concentration on such topics as Organizational Structure, Communication Skills, Human Resource Management, Community and Government Relations, Administration, Inspections and Investigations, Emergency Service Delivery, along with Health and Safety.

Candidates should expect to spend time outside of class to complete the required exercises as well as prepare for the written and practical examinations. Students are encouraged to bring personal cameras for use in the practical activity.
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FO10030BLOOMINGTON FD06/02/2018 - 07/05/2018
FO10015Indianapolis Fire Department D-507/31/2018 - 09/06/2018
FO10010District 4 TRaining Center06/04/2018 - 06/25/2018
Fire - Fire Officer II (5th Ed.) This course is designed to give mid-level fire officers with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in based on NFPA 1021: Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualifications. The course is designed for the Fire Officer who is ready to assume more of a leadership role by moving into the middle management level of his/her department. This course expands on the knowledge base attained in Fire Officer I by revisiting some of the same subjects and adding additional material including Management, Government Structure, Departmental Budget Planning and Management, Human Resource Management, Community and Government Relations, Administration, Inspections and Investigations, Emergency Service Delivery, along with Health and Safety.
Candidates must be self-motivated and possess the skills and abilities to function independently.

Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively as a Fire Officer II. Candidates should expect to spend time outside of class to complete the required exercises as well as prepare for the written and practical examinations.
This course is designed to give mid-level fire officers with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in based on NFPA 1021: Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualifications. The course is designed for the Fire Officer who is ready to assume more of a leadership role by moving into the middle management level of his/her department. This course expands on the knowledge base attained in Fire Officer I by revisiting some of the same subjects and adding additional material including Management, Government Structure, Departmental Budget Planning and Management, Human Resource Management, Community and Government Relations, Administration, Inspections and Investigations, Emergency Service Delivery, along with Health and Safety.
Candidates must be self-motivated and possess the skills and abilities to function independently.

Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively as a Fire Officer II. Candidates should expect to spend time outside of class to complete the required exercises as well as prepare for the written and practical examinations.
No Classes Available
Fire - Fire Officer II On-Line This course is designed to give mid-level fire officers with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in based on NFPA 1021: Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualifications. The course is designed for the Fire Officer who is ready to assume more of a leadership role by moving into the middle management level of his/her department. This course expands on the knowledge base attained in Fire Officer I by revisiting some of the same subjects and adding additional material including Management, Government Structure, Departmental Budget Planning and Management, Human Resource Management, Community and Government Relations, Administration, Inspections and Investigations, Emergency Service Delivery, along with Health and Safety.
Candidates must be self-motivated and possess the skills and abilities to function independently.

Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively as a Fire Officer II. Candidates should expect to spend time outside of class to complete the required exercises as well as prepare for the written and practical examinations.
This course is designed to give mid-level fire officers with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in based on NFPA 1021: Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualifications. The course is designed for the Fire Officer who is ready to assume more of a leadership role by moving into the middle management level of his/her department. This course expands on the knowledge base attained in Fire Officer I by revisiting some of the same subjects and adding additional material including Management, Government Structure, Departmental Budget Planning and Management, Human Resource Management, Community and Government Relations, Administration, Inspections and Investigations, Emergency Service Delivery, along with Health and Safety.
Candidates must be self-motivated and possess the skills and abilities to function independently.

Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively as a Fire Officer II. Candidates should expect to spend time outside of class to complete the required exercises as well as prepare for the written and practical examinations.
No Classes Available
Fire - Fire Officer III (3rd Ed.) This course is specialized for the Chief Officer who is ready to advance to the upper management level of his/her department. The program is designed and intended for Command level officers and/or Administrators who have the responsibilities of supervising and administrating a Fire Department or Fire District. This course consists of subjects designed to give the officer more knowledge of management and administration so that he/she can make basic evaluations of employee relations, delegate to subordinates, assess personal leadership styles through situational leadership, discipline subordinates, and applies coaching/motivational techniques for the Company Officer to assume a more proactive role in his/her department. This is a projects-based class.
Candidates must be self-motivated and possess the skills and abilities to function independently.

Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively as a Fire Officer III.
This course is specialized for the Chief Officer who is ready to advance to the upper management level of his/her department. The program is designed and intended for Command level officers and/or Administrators who have the responsibilities of supervising and administrating a Fire Department or Fire District. This course consists of subjects designed to give the officer more knowledge of management and administration so that he/she can make basic evaluations of employee relations, delegate to subordinates, assess personal leadership styles through situational leadership, discipline subordinates, and applies coaching/motivational techniques for the Company Officer to assume a more proactive role in his/her department. This is a projects-based class.
Candidates must be self-motivated and possess the skills and abilities to function independently.

Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively as a Fire Officer III.
No Classes Available
Fire - Fire Officer III On-Line This course is specialized for the Chief Officer who is ready to advance to the upper management level of his/her department. The program is designed and intended for Command level officers and/or Administrators who have the responsibilities of supervising and administrating a Fire Department or Fire District. This course consists of subjects designed to give the officer more knowledge of management and administration so that he/she can make basic evaluations of employee relations, delegate to subordinates, assess personal leadership styles through situational leadership, discipline subordinates, and applies coaching/motivational techniques for the Company Officer to assume a more proactive role in his/her department. This is a projects-based class.
Candidates must be self-motivated and possess the skills and abilities to function independently.

Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively as a Fire Officer III.
This course is specialized for the Chief Officer who is ready to advance to the upper management level of his/her department. The program is designed and intended for Command level officers and/or Administrators who have the responsibilities of supervising and administrating a Fire Department or Fire District. This course consists of subjects designed to give the officer more knowledge of management and administration so that he/she can make basic evaluations of employee relations, delegate to subordinates, assess personal leadership styles through situational leadership, discipline subordinates, and applies coaching/motivational techniques for the Company Officer to assume a more proactive role in his/her department. This is a projects-based class.
Candidates must be self-motivated and possess the skills and abilities to function independently.

Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively as a Fire Officer III.
No Classes Available
Fire - Fire Officer IV - Fire Officer IV (3rd Ed.) Course is designed to meet the elements of NFPA 1021: Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualifications. The program is designed and intended for Command level officers and/or Administrators who have the responsibilities of supervising and administrating a Fire Department or Fire District. Fire Officer IV will emphasize management of fire protection services to include Human Resource Management, Multi-Agency Emergency Service Delivery with Horizontal/Vertical Communication Requirements and Risk Management. An individual at the Fire Officer IV level may as part of his or her duties and responsibilities do:
• Administers job performance requirements, and evaluates and improves the department
• Projects a positive image of the fire department to the community
• Develops long-range plans and fiscal projections
• Develops plans for major disasters
• Administers a comprehensive risk management program
Course is designed to meet the elements of NFPA 1021: Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualifications. The program is designed and intended for Command level officers and/or Administrators who have the responsibilities of supervising and administrating a Fire Department or Fire District. Fire Officer IV will emphasize management of fire protection services to include Human Resource Management, Multi-Agency Emergency Service Delivery with Horizontal/Vertical Communication Requirements and Risk Management. An individual at the Fire Officer IV level may as part of his or her duties and responsibilities do:
• Administers job performance requirements, and evaluates and improves the department
• Projects a positive image of the fire department to the community
• Develops long-range plans and fiscal projections
• Develops plans for major disasters
• Administers a comprehensive risk management program
No Classes Available
Fire - Fire Officer IV On-Line Course is designed to meet the elements of NFPA 1021: Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualifications. The program is designed and intended for Command level officers and/or Administrators who have the responsibilities of supervising and administrating a Fire Department or Fire District. Fire Officer IV will emphasize management of fire protection services to include Human Resource Management, Multi-Agency Emergency Service Delivery with Horizontal/Vertical Communication Requirements and Risk Management. An individual at the Fire Officer IV level may as part of his or her duties and responsibilities do:

• Administers job performance requirements, and evaluates and improves the department
• Projects a positive image of the fire department to the community
• Develops long-range plans and fiscal projections
• Develops plans for major disasters
• Administers a comprehensive risk management program
Course is designed to meet the elements of NFPA 1021: Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualifications. The program is designed and intended for Command level officers and/or Administrators who have the responsibilities of supervising and administrating a Fire Department or Fire District. Fire Officer IV will emphasize management of fire protection services to include Human Resource Management, Multi-Agency Emergency Service Delivery with Horizontal/Vertical Communication Requirements and Risk Management. An individual at the Fire Officer IV level may as part of his or her duties and responsibilities do:

• Administers job performance requirements, and evaluates and improves the department
• Projects a positive image of the fire department to the community
• Develops long-range plans and fiscal projections
• Develops plans for major disasters
• Administers a comprehensive risk management program
No Classes Available
Fire - Fire Officer Strategy and Tactics - FOST The purpose of the Fire Officer Strategy and Tactics course is to provide senior firefighters and entry level Fire Officers with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 1021 sections 4.6.1 and 4.6.2. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively as the initial incident commander. This course is designed to give the candidates the ability to perform scene size up and make strategic and tactical decisions during the first 15 minutes of an incident.

To obtain certification candidates must successfully complete the practical skills, score at least a 70% on the state written exam and meet ALL prerequisites prior to testing.
The purpose of the Fire Officer Strategy and Tactics course is to provide senior firefighters and entry level Fire Officers with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 1021 sections 4.6.1 and 4.6.2. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively as the initial incident commander. This course is designed to give the candidates the ability to perform scene size up and make strategic and tactical decisions during the first 15 minutes of an incident.

To obtain certification candidates must successfully complete the practical skills, score at least a 70% on the state written exam and meet ALL prerequisites prior to testing.
No Classes Available
Fire - Firefighter I (ENGR) The purpose of the Firefighter I course is to provide entry level firefighters with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 1001. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively on emergency scenes and be able to perform the basic tasks assigned.

Skills covered include firefighter orientation, fireground safety, basic self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA), personal protective equipment, small tools, apparatus, hose, ladders and basic fireground operations.

To obtain certification candidates must successfully complete the practical skills, score at least a 70% on the state written exam and meet ALL prerequisites prior to testing.
The purpose of the Firefighter I course is to provide entry level firefighters with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 1001. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively on emergency scenes and be able to perform the basic tasks assigned.

Skills covered include firefighter orientation, fireground safety, basic self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA), personal protective equipment, small tools, apparatus, hose, ladders and basic fireground operations.

To obtain certification candidates must successfully complete the practical skills, score at least a 70% on the state written exam and meet ALL prerequisites prior to testing.
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FF10066CAMBRIDGE CITY VFD05/08/2018 - 07/27/2018
FF10062GEORGETOWN FIRE PROT DISTRICT06/14/2018 - 07/24/2018
Fire - Firefighter II (ENGR) The course is designed for the Fire Fighter I who is ready to assume a leadership role in a department. The purpose of the Firefighter II course is to provide experienced firefighters with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 1001. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function in fire ground situations so that he/she can make basic evaluations of safety problems and assume leadership roles in carrying out interior attack and search operations and be able to perform the tasks assigned as well as supervise a Firefighter I.
Major topics covered in the course are incident command, building construction, ventilation, water distribution, hose streams, fixed fire protection systems, fire prevention, inspection preplanning, ladders, and rescue procedures.
The course is designed for the Fire Fighter I who is ready to assume a leadership role in a department. The purpose of the Firefighter II course is to provide experienced firefighters with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 1001. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function in fire ground situations so that he/she can make basic evaluations of safety problems and assume leadership roles in carrying out interior attack and search operations and be able to perform the tasks assigned as well as supervise a Firefighter I.
Major topics covered in the course are incident command, building construction, ventilation, water distribution, hose streams, fixed fire protection systems, fire prevention, inspection preplanning, ladders, and rescue procedures.
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FF20044Brown County07/31/2018 - 08/04/2018
FF20019 18-27916LOGANSPORT FD (Cass)(0738)06/21/2018 - 06/21/2018
FF20046GEORGETOWN FIRE PROT DISTRICT07/26/2018 - 08/28/2018
FF20050MIDDLEBURY VFD (Elkhart)(0056)05/02/2018 - 06/25/2018
Fire - Hazardous Material Awareness On-Line This course will provide entry level first responders with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 472. Additionally, it with provide you how to: Understand what hazardous substances are and the risk associated with them in an incident; Recognize the presence of hazardous substances in an emergency; Understand the role of the emergency responder at the Awareness level, including site security and control; Have understanding of the U.S. Department of Transportation Emergency Response Guidebook; Realize the need for additional resources, call for appropriate assistance, and to make appropriate notifications to the community.
This course will provide entry level first responders with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 472. Additionally, it with provide you how to: Understand what hazardous substances are and the risk associated with them in an incident; Recognize the presence of hazardous substances in an emergency; Understand the role of the emergency responder at the Awareness level, including site security and control; Have understanding of the U.S. Department of Transportation Emergency Response Guidebook; Realize the need for additional resources, call for appropriate assistance, and to make appropriate notifications to the community.
No Classes Available
Fire - Hazardous Material Operations On-Line This course will give you the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 472. In addition, this course provides those who are or will be operating as a member of a fire department, law enforcement agency, EMS agency, emergency management agency, or other first responder agency, the basic skills needed to evaluate and work defensively at an incident involving the release of hazardous materials. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and effectively identify hazardous materials make the necessary notifications, basic hazards and risk-assessment techniques for HazMat environments, perform scene isolation, public protection actions and defensive control measures at hazardous materials incidents. Additionally, you will learn about selecting and using proper personal protective equipment provided to the first responder at the Operations level; performing basic control, containment and/or confinement operations within the capabilities of the resources and personal protective equipment available; and an understanding of the relevant standard operating guidelines and termination procedures.
This course will give you the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 472. In addition, this course provides those who are or will be operating as a member of a fire department, law enforcement agency, EMS agency, emergency management agency, or other first responder agency, the basic skills needed to evaluate and work defensively at an incident involving the release of hazardous materials. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and effectively identify hazardous materials make the necessary notifications, basic hazards and risk-assessment techniques for HazMat environments, perform scene isolation, public protection actions and defensive control measures at hazardous materials incidents. Additionally, you will learn about selecting and using proper personal protective equipment provided to the first responder at the Operations level; performing basic control, containment and/or confinement operations within the capabilities of the resources and personal protective equipment available; and an understanding of the relevant standard operating guidelines and termination procedures.
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HMO0062 18-27950EVANSVILLE FD (Vanderburgh)(0079)05/21/2018 - 06/01/2018
HMO0077SOUTH BEND FD (St Joseph)(0139)07/02/2018 - 07/09/2018
HMO0083IVY TECH COLLEGE--Lawrence 061006/05/2018 - 07/24/2018
HMO0082PORTLAND FD (Jay) (0772)06/02/2018 - 06/23/2018
HMO0086LAFAYETTE TWP VFD (Floyd)05/29/2018 - 06/10/2018
HMO0080MONROE TWP/COWAN VFD (Delaware) (0095)06/03/2018 - 07/08/2018
Fire - Hazmat Technician On-Line The purpose of the Hazardous Materials Technician course is to provide for the student already trained at the Hazardous Materials Awareness and Operations level emergency responders with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 472. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and effectively identify hazardous materials make the necessary notifications, perform scene isolation, public protection actions and defensive control measures at hazardous materials incidents, identify chemical and physical properties, toxicology; recognition and identification of hazardous materials; laws, regulations, and standards, information resources; personal protective equipment; detection devices, hazard and risk assessment, and decontamination; drum handling, damage assessment and tactical considerations, and leak control; handling cylinder emergencies, drum sampling, and terminating the incident; and required documentation.
The purpose of the Hazardous Materials Technician course is to provide for the student already trained at the Hazardous Materials Awareness and Operations level emergency responders with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 472. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and effectively identify hazardous materials make the necessary notifications, perform scene isolation, public protection actions and defensive control measures at hazardous materials incidents, identify chemical and physical properties, toxicology; recognition and identification of hazardous materials; laws, regulations, and standards, information resources; personal protective equipment; detection devices, hazard and risk assessment, and decontamination; drum handling, damage assessment and tactical considerations, and leak control; handling cylinder emergencies, drum sampling, and terminating the incident; and required documentation.
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HMT0008WAYNE TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT (Marion Co)(0009)10/22/2018 - 11/02/2018
Fire - MODULE A - Mandatory Firefighter - MODULE A (ENGR) The purpose of the Mandatory Firefighter course is to provide entry level firefighters with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in Indiana law. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively on emergency scenes and be able to perform the basic tasks assigned.
The purpose of the Mandatory Firefighter course is to provide entry level firefighters with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in Indiana law. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively on emergency scenes and be able to perform the basic tasks assigned.
No Classes Available
Fire - Module A (2018) - Mandatory Firefighter The purpose of the Mandatory Firefighter course is to provide entry level firefighters with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in Indiana law. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively on emergency scenes and be able to perform the basic tasks assigned.
The purpose of the Mandatory Firefighter course is to provide entry level firefighters with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in Indiana law. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively on emergency scenes and be able to perform the basic tasks assigned.
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MODA0042HUNTINGBURG VFD05/03/2018 - 07/01/2018
MODA0053OHIO TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT-PARADISE05/22/2018 - 07/02/2018
Fire - MODULE B - Mandatory Firefighter - MODULE B Mandatory: The purpose of the Mandatory Firefighter course is to provide entry level firefighters with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in Indiana law. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively on emergency scenes and be able to perform the basic tasks assigned.

Tech Rescue Awareness Course: This course is designed to cover basic and general knowledge on the following topic areas: Structural Collapse Rescue, Rope Rescue, Confined Space rescue, Vehicle and Machinery Rescue, Water Rescue, Wilderness rescue, and Trench/Excavation Rescue. These seven areas are identified in NFPA 1670. The information you will be provided will be at an awareness level. This class does not contain hands on training.

Hazardous Materials Awareness: This course will provide entry level first responders with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 472. Additionally, it with provide you how to: Understand what hazardous substances are and the risk associated with them in an incident; Recognize the presence of hazardous substances in an emergency; Understand the role of the emergency responder at the Awareness level, including site security and control; Have understanding of the U.S. Department of Transportation Emergency Response Guidebook; Realize the need for additional resources, call for appropriate assistance, and to make appropriate notifications to the community.

Hazardous Material Operations: This course will give you the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 472. In addition, this course provides those who are or will be operating as a member of a fire department, law enforcement agency, EMS agency, emergency management agency, or other first responder agency, the basic skills needed to evaluate and work defensively at an incident involving the release of hazardous materials. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and effectively identify hazardous materials make the necessary notifications, basic hazards and risk-assessment techniques for HazMat environments, perform scene isolation, public protection actions and defensive control measures at hazardous materials incidents. Additionally, you will learn about selecting and using proper personal protective equipment provided to the first responder at the Operations level; performing basic control, containment and/or confinement operations within the capabilities of the resources and personal protective equipment available; and an understanding of the relevant standard operating guidelines and termination procedures.




Mandatory: The purpose of the Mandatory Firefighter course is to provide entry level firefighters with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in Indiana law. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively on emergency scenes and be able to perform the basic tasks assigned.

Tech Rescue Awareness Course: This course is designed to cover basic and general knowledge on the following topic areas: Structural Collapse Rescue, Rope Rescue, Confined Space rescue, Vehicle and Machinery Rescue, Water Rescue, Wilderness rescue, and Trench/Excavation Rescue. These seven areas are identified in NFPA 1670. The information you will be provided will be at an awareness level. This class does not contain hands on training.

Hazardous Materials Awareness: This course will provide entry level first responders with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 472. Additionally, it with provide you how to: Understand what hazardous substances are and the risk associated with them in an incident; Recognize the presence of hazardous substances in an emergency; Understand the role of the emergency responder at the Awareness level, including site security and control; Have understanding of the U.S. Department of Transportation Emergency Response Guidebook; Realize the need for additional resources, call for appropriate assistance, and to make appropriate notifications to the community.

Hazardous Material Operations: This course will give you the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 472. In addition, this course provides those who are or will be operating as a member of a fire department, law enforcement agency, EMS agency, emergency management agency, or other first responder agency, the basic skills needed to evaluate and work defensively at an incident involving the release of hazardous materials. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and effectively identify hazardous materials make the necessary notifications, basic hazards and risk-assessment techniques for HazMat environments, perform scene isolation, public protection actions and defensive control measures at hazardous materials incidents. Additionally, you will learn about selecting and using proper personal protective equipment provided to the first responder at the Operations level; performing basic control, containment and/or confinement operations within the capabilities of the resources and personal protective equipment available; and an understanding of the relevant standard operating guidelines and termination procedures.




No Classes Available
Fire - Module B HMA (2018) This course will provide entry level first responders with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 472. Additionally, it with provide you how to: Understand what hazardous substances are and the risk associated with them in an incident; Recognize the presence of hazardous substances in an emergency; Understand the role of the emergency responder at the Awareness level, including site security and control; Have understanding of the U.S. Department of Transportation Emergency Response Guidebook; Realize the need for additional resources, call for appropriate assistance, and to make appropriate notifications to the community.
This course will provide entry level first responders with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 472. Additionally, it with provide you how to: Understand what hazardous substances are and the risk associated with them in an incident; Recognize the presence of hazardous substances in an emergency; Understand the role of the emergency responder at the Awareness level, including site security and control; Have understanding of the U.S. Department of Transportation Emergency Response Guidebook; Realize the need for additional resources, call for appropriate assistance, and to make appropriate notifications to the community.
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MODB0046HONEY CREEK FIRE DEPT(Vigo)(1036)05/31/2018 - 06/29/2018
MODB0048GEORGETOWN FIRE PROT DISTRICT05/22/2018 - 06/12/2018
MODB0064ALBANY-DELAWARE TWP VFD (Delaware) (1100)06/02/2018 - 06/09/2018
MODB0054PORTLAND FD (Jay) (0772)06/02/2018 - 06/09/2018
MODB0058OHIO TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT-PARADISE07/05/2018 - 08/06/2018
Fire - Module B HMO (2018) This course will give you the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 472. In addition, this course provides those who are or will be operating as a member of a fire department, law enforcement agency, EMS agency, emergency management agency, or other first responder agency, the basic skills needed to evaluate and work defensively at an incident involving the release of hazardous materials. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and effectively identify hazardous materials make the necessary notifications, basic hazards and risk-assessment techniques for HazMat environments, perform scene isolation, public protection actions and defensive control measures at hazardous materials incidents. Additionally, you will learn about selecting and using proper personal protective equipment provided to the first responder at the Operations level; performing basic control, containment and/or confinement operations within the capabilities of the resources and personal protective equipment available; and an understanding of the relevant standard operating guidelines and termination procedures.
This course will give you the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 472. In addition, this course provides those who are or will be operating as a member of a fire department, law enforcement agency, EMS agency, emergency management agency, or other first responder agency, the basic skills needed to evaluate and work defensively at an incident involving the release of hazardous materials. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and effectively identify hazardous materials make the necessary notifications, basic hazards and risk-assessment techniques for HazMat environments, perform scene isolation, public protection actions and defensive control measures at hazardous materials incidents. Additionally, you will learn about selecting and using proper personal protective equipment provided to the first responder at the Operations level; performing basic control, containment and/or confinement operations within the capabilities of the resources and personal protective equipment available; and an understanding of the relevant standard operating guidelines and termination procedures.
EventLocationDates
MODB0047HONEY CREEK FIRE DEPT(Vigo)(1036)05/31/2018 - 06/29/2018
MODB0049GEORGETOWN FIRE PROT DISTRICT05/22/2018 - 06/12/2018
MODB0059OHIO TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT-PARADISE07/05/2018 - 08/06/2018
MODB0055PORTLAND FD (Jay) (0772)06/09/2018 - 06/23/2018
MODB0065ALBANY-DELAWARE TWP VFD (Delaware) (1100)06/02/2018 - 06/09/2018
Fire - MODULE C - Firefighter I - MODULE C (ENGR) The purpose of the Firefighter I course is to provide entry level firefighters with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 1001. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively on emergency scenes and be able to perform the basic tasks assigned.

Skills covered include firefighter orientation, fireground safety, basic self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA), personal protective equipment, small tools, apparatus, hose, ladders and basic fireground operations.

To obtain certification candidates must successfully complete the practical skills, score at least a 70% on the state written exam and meet ALL prerequisites prior to testing (unless issued a variance).
The purpose of the Firefighter I course is to provide entry level firefighters with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 1001. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively on emergency scenes and be able to perform the basic tasks assigned.

Skills covered include firefighter orientation, fireground safety, basic self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA), personal protective equipment, small tools, apparatus, hose, ladders and basic fireground operations.

To obtain certification candidates must successfully complete the practical skills, score at least a 70% on the state written exam and meet ALL prerequisites prior to testing (unless issued a variance).
No Classes Available
Fire - Module C (2018) Firefighter 1 The purpose of the Firefighter I course is to provide entry level firefighters with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 1001. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively on emergency scenes and be able to perform the basic tasks assigned. Skills covered include firefighter orientation, fireground safety, basic self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA), personal protective equipment, small tools, apparatus, hose, ladders and basic fire- ground operations. To obtain certification candidates must successfully complete the practical skills, score at least a 70% on the state written exam and meet ALL prerequisites prior to testing.
The purpose of the Firefighter I course is to provide entry level firefighters with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 1001. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function safely and effectively on emergency scenes and be able to perform the basic tasks assigned. Skills covered include firefighter orientation, fireground safety, basic self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA), personal protective equipment, small tools, apparatus, hose, ladders and basic fire- ground operations. To obtain certification candidates must successfully complete the practical skills, score at least a 70% on the state written exam and meet ALL prerequisites prior to testing.
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MODC0037GEORGETOWN FIRE PROT DISTRICT06/14/2018 - 07/24/2018
Fire - MODULE D - Firefighter II - MODULE D (ENGR) The course is designed for the Fire Fighter I who is ready to assume a leadership role in a department. The purpose of the Firefighter II course is to provide experienced firefighters with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 1001. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function in fire ground situations so that he/she can make basic evaluations of safety problems and assume leadership roles in carrying out interior attack and search operations and be able to perform the tasks assigned as well as supervise a Firefighter I.

Major topics covered in the course are incident command, building construction, ventilation, water distribution, hose streams, fixed fire protection systems, fire prevention, inspection preplanning, ladders, and rescue procedures.
The course is designed for the Fire Fighter I who is ready to assume a leadership role in a department. The purpose of the Firefighter II course is to provide experienced firefighters with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 1001. Candidates must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to function in fire ground situations so that he/she can make basic evaluations of safety problems and assume leadership roles in carrying out interior attack and search operations and be able to perform the tasks assigned as well as supervise a Firefighter I.

Major topics covered in the course are incident command, building construction, ventilation, water distribution, hose streams, fixed fire protection systems, fire prevention, inspection preplanning, ladders, and rescue procedures.
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MODD0002District 4 Central Fire Academy05/24/2018 - 06/18/2018
MODD0033GEORGETOWN FIRE PROT DISTRICT 07/26/2018 - 08/28/2018
MODD0036CARLISLE-HADDON VFD06/18/2018 - 08/13/2018
Fire - Non Traditional Courses - Advances Search & Rescue The Advance Search and Rescue course is designed to provide firefighters with increased skills in one of the most dangerous operations. Searching a building for a victim in the initial stages of fire suppression operations while heat, fire and smoke is rapidly escalating is very dangerous for the firefighters. Many times this tactical operation is undertaken with minimal water application due to the need to rapidly search an entire building in less than 5 minutes. Our priorities at the fire scene are protection of life, fire containment, and property protection, in that order.
The Advance Search and Rescue course is designed to provide firefighters with increased skills in one of the most dangerous operations. Searching a building for a victim in the initial stages of fire suppression operations while heat, fire and smoke is rapidly escalating is very dangerous for the firefighters. Many times this tactical operation is undertaken with minimal water application due to the need to rapidly search an entire building in less than 5 minutes. Our priorities at the fire scene are protection of life, fire containment, and property protection, in that order.
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NT0030District 406/23/2018 - 06/24/2018
NT0033District 406/23/2018 - 06/23/2018
Fire - Non Traditional Courses - Courage to Be Safe This provocative and moving presentation is designed to change the culture of accepting the loss of firefighters as a normal occurrence.
Firefighters must have the courage to face a multitude of risks in order to save lives and protect their communities. Their courage allows them to willingly risk their own lives so that others can be saved. A different type of courage is required to stay safe in potentially dangerous situations, avoiding needless risks and tragic consequences. This provocative and moving presentation is designed to change the culture of accepting the loss of firefighters as a normal occurrence. Building on the untold story of LODD survivors, it reveals how family members must live with the consequences of a firefighter death and provides a focus on the need for firefighters and officers to change fundamental attitudes and behaviors in order to prevent line of duty deaths. The central theme promotes the courage to do the right thing in order to protect yourself and other firefighters and ensure that "Everyone Goes Home" at the end of the day.
This provocative and moving presentation is designed to change the culture of accepting the loss of firefighters as a normal occurrence.
Firefighters must have the courage to face a multitude of risks in order to save lives and protect their communities. Their courage allows them to willingly risk their own lives so that others can be saved. A different type of courage is required to stay safe in potentially dangerous situations, avoiding needless risks and tragic consequences. This provocative and moving presentation is designed to change the culture of accepting the loss of firefighters as a normal occurrence. Building on the untold story of LODD survivors, it reveals how family members must live with the consequences of a firefighter death and provides a focus on the need for firefighters and officers to change fundamental attitudes and behaviors in order to prevent line of duty deaths. The central theme promotes the courage to do the right thing in order to protect yourself and other firefighters and ensure that "Everyone Goes Home" at the end of the day.
No Classes Available
Fire - Non Traditional Courses - DTFC District Meeting District Training Fire Council Meeting.
District Training Fire Council Meeting.
EventLocationDates
NT0031District 406/27/2018 - 06/27/2018
Fire - Non Traditional Courses - Fire Instructor In-Service This is to update Instructors on changes.
This is to update Instructors on changes.
EventLocationDates
NT0032District 406/09/2018 - 06/09/2018
Fire - Non Traditional Courses - Fire Marshal Leadership Seminar
No Classes Available
Fire - Non Traditional Courses - Leadership in Supervision: Creating Environments for Professional Growth This two-day course presents the supervisory with the basic leadership skills and tools needed to perform effectively in the fire service environment. The course includes concepts related to a successful transition to supervisory and leadership roles, including concepts of adaptive leadership; change management; active followership; effective communication, including difficult conversations and advocacy-inquiry based dialogue; ethics; authority; power; decision-making; and active engagement through development of a personal plan.
This two-day course presents the supervisory with the basic leadership skills and tools needed to perform effectively in the fire service environment. The course includes concepts related to a successful transition to supervisory and leadership roles, including concepts of adaptive leadership; change management; active followership; effective communication, including difficult conversations and advocacy-inquiry based dialogue; ethics; authority; power; decision-making; and active engagement through development of a personal plan.
No Classes Available
Fire - Non Traditional Courses - Live Fire SWEDE Flashover Chamber Phase I This class is designed to allow firefighters to participate in flashover like conditions. Flashover is a highly dangerous condition that provides settle warning signs that experienced firefighters can notice prior to flashover. The class begins with a MANDATORY classroom session that reviews fire development, fire behavior, fire dynamics and then concludes with flashover signs and signals.

Participants will be subjected to high heat conditions and hostile fire conditions for several minutes.

Each student will need to complete a release form which requires the signature of their fire chief.

Vitals of each participant will be taken before and after time in the flashover chamber.

Each participant is required to have the following NFPA compliant items with them the day of class.
Bunker Pants
Bunker coat
Protective hood
Approved gloves
Boots
Helmet (face shield removed)
SCBA (there is a limited supply of MSA training packs available)

Students must have any facial hair within OSHA compliance 1910.134. If in doubt, make sure all facial hair is shaven within ¾” of jaw line.



It is strongly recommended that participants wear several layers of clothing under their turnout gear. At LEAST one cotton layer entailing a long sleeve shirt and pants required.
This class is designed to allow firefighters to participate in flashover like conditions. Flashover is a highly dangerous condition that provides settle warning signs that experienced firefighters can notice prior to flashover. The class begins with a MANDATORY classroom session that reviews fire development, fire behavior, fire dynamics and then concludes with flashover signs and signals.

Participants will be subjected to high heat conditions and hostile fire conditions for several minutes.

Each student will need to complete a release form which requires the signature of their fire chief.

Vitals of each participant will be taken before and after time in the flashover chamber.

Each participant is required to have the following NFPA compliant items with them the day of class.
Bunker Pants
Bunker coat
Protective hood
Approved gloves
Boots
Helmet (face shield removed)
SCBA (there is a limited supply of MSA training packs available)

Students must have any facial hair within OSHA compliance 1910.134. If in doubt, make sure all facial hair is shaven within ¾” of jaw line.



It is strongly recommended that participants wear several layers of clothing under their turnout gear. At LEAST one cotton layer entailing a long sleeve shirt and pants required.
No Classes Available
Fire - Non Traditional Courses - New Fire Chief: Contemporary Issues This two-day course will develop the managerial skills, leadership skills, and contemporary issues and awareness necessary for newly appointed or elected fire chiefs to effectively meet their obligations. The course will help to develop knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for them to perform effectively now and in the future.
This two-day course will develop the managerial skills, leadership skills, and contemporary issues and awareness necessary for newly appointed or elected fire chiefs to effectively meet their obligations. The course will help to develop knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for them to perform effectively now and in the future.
No Classes Available
Fire - Non Traditional Courses - Reading Smoke Course Information Includes:
Awareness, Diagnosis & Treatment: Fire Smoke and Treatment for Smoke Inhalation:
- Overview of combustion process and toxins generated in fire smoke
- Focus on HCN/CO –only two toxicants that can be treated if detected.
- US Research relative to smoke inhalation deaths.
- Physiological process of HCN once it enters the body
- Physiological process of CO once it enters the body
- Collective physiological processes of HCN and CO
- Assessment of smoke inhalation victim
- Presumptive diagnosis of cyanide poisoning
- Antidotal therapy for cyanide poisoning
Introduction to CAK (Cyanide Antidote Kit)
Introduction to Cyanokit (Hydroxocobalamin)
Contraindications for CAK in smoke inhalation victim
Physiological processes for both antidotes
Hydroxocobalamin case studies
- Introduction to new Smoke Inhalation treatment protocols published by PDM.

Prevention and Protection: Air Management, NFPA 1404
- Out of Air; introduction to the Rules of Air Management, implementing NFPA 1404
- Correlation between fire smoke, cancer and cardiac-related deaths

Detection: Atmospheric Monitoring – The How To’s
- Departmental process for implementing SOG’s for atmospheric monitoring at every fire scene
- Evidence of HCN/CO and how to collect data
- Meters and monitors: What is necessary?
- Data collected from burn practicals
Course Information Includes:
Awareness, Diagnosis & Treatment: Fire Smoke and Treatment for Smoke Inhalation:
- Overview of combustion process and toxins generated in fire smoke
- Focus on HCN/CO –only two toxicants that can be treated if detected.
- US Research relative to smoke inhalation deaths.
- Physiological process of HCN once it enters the body
- Physiological process of CO once it enters the body
- Collective physiological processes of HCN and CO
- Assessment of smoke inhalation victim
- Presumptive diagnosis of cyanide poisoning
- Antidotal therapy for cyanide poisoning
Introduction to CAK (Cyanide Antidote Kit)
Introduction to Cyanokit (Hydroxocobalamin)
Contraindications for CAK in smoke inhalation victim
Physiological processes for both antidotes
Hydroxocobalamin case studies
- Introduction to new Smoke Inhalation treatment protocols published by PDM.

Prevention and Protection: Air Management, NFPA 1404
- Out of Air; introduction to the Rules of Air Management, implementing NFPA 1404
- Correlation between fire smoke, cancer and cardiac-related deaths

Detection: Atmospheric Monitoring – The How To’s
- Departmental process for implementing SOG’s for atmospheric monitoring at every fire scene
- Evidence of HCN/CO and how to collect data
- Meters and monitors: What is necessary?
- Data collected from burn practicals
No Classes Available
Fire - Non Traditional Courses - Risk Based Response Refresher for HazMat Operations When first on-scene of a hazardous materials incident, many first responders do not know what to do first...the need to properly size-up the situation can quickly overwhelm even the most experienced responder.
This seminar will focus on the initial response phase of a hazardous materials incident/emergency. It is during this time that first responders are collecting information about the physical and chemical properties of the released hazardous materials and forming an initial action plan to begin mitigating the situation. Risk-Based Response and other methods of risk and hazard assessment will be addressed by reviewing actual hazardous materials incidents. This seminar meets the requirements of IOSHA 1910:120(q) Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response requirement for refresher training.

Target Audience: Emergency first responders (Fire, EMS, Law Enforcement) at the Hazardous Materials Awareness and Operations Level.
When first on-scene of a hazardous materials incident, many first responders do not know what to do first...the need to properly size-up the situation can quickly overwhelm even the most experienced responder.
This seminar will focus on the initial response phase of a hazardous materials incident/emergency. It is during this time that first responders are collecting information about the physical and chemical properties of the released hazardous materials and forming an initial action plan to begin mitigating the situation. Risk-Based Response and other methods of risk and hazard assessment will be addressed by reviewing actual hazardous materials incidents. This seminar meets the requirements of IOSHA 1910:120(q) Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response requirement for refresher training.

Target Audience: Emergency first responders (Fire, EMS, Law Enforcement) at the Hazardous Materials Awareness and Operations Level.
No Classes Available
Fire - Non Traditional Courses - SWIFT WATER RESCUE BASIC TECHNICIAN ****THE INDIANA STATE EXAM WILL NOT BE OFFERED AS PART OF THIS COURSE**** This class meets and or exceeds the referenced skill requirements per NFPA 1670 & 1006.

Schedule
Day One – 5 hours of classroom and 3-4 hours of outside demonstrations and exercises including throw bags, boats, rope systems and bank based rescue techniques and options.
Day Two – In and on Swiftwater all day. Skills include: self-rescue, downstream rescue options, both defensive and offensive rescue resource deployment and engagement techniques are practiced.
Day Three – Continues the objectives of Day 2 then expands to boat and or rope based rescue options, techniques and scenarios. Students should expect greater than average physical exertion and will be required to function in stressful and rapidly changing involvements.
****THE INDIANA STATE EXAM WILL NOT BE OFFERED AS PART OF THIS COURSE**** This class meets and or exceeds the referenced skill requirements per NFPA 1670 & 1006.

Schedule
Day One – 5 hours of classroom and 3-4 hours of outside demonstrations and exercises including throw bags, boats, rope systems and bank based rescue techniques and options.
Day Two – In and on Swiftwater all day. Skills include: self-rescue, downstream rescue options, both defensive and offensive rescue resource deployment and engagement techniques are practiced.
Day Three – Continues the objectives of Day 2 then expands to boat and or rope based rescue options, techniques and scenarios. Students should expect greater than average physical exertion and will be required to function in stressful and rapidly changing involvements.
EventLocationDates
NT0028 SWIFTWATER RESCUE BASIC TECHNICIANVINCENNES UNIVERSITY05/24/2018 - 05/26/2018
Fire - Non Traditional Courses - Volunteer Fire Chief Seminar This seminar is designed to provide information on the roles, responsibilities and duties of a fire chief who manages a volunteer staff.
This seminar is for current fire chiefs, board members, elected officials and others who might be interested in promoting into a leadership position within the fire department.
Some of the topics to be covered include:
Services and Support Available from the State Fire Marshal and Indiana Department of Homeland Security
Leadership
Coaching
Disciplinary Processes
Mutual Aid Agreements
Emergency Management Leadership - Building Relationships
Building Relationships With Elected Officials
Understanding Property Tax Limits
Communications With Staff/Public/Elected Officials
Financial Disclosure
Fund Raising
Event Management
Organization Options - Territory or Districts
Workers Compensation Insurance Requirements
Accident Health and Sickness Insurance Requirements
Insurance Death Benefit
Weekly Indemnity for Loss of Wages After An Injury
Nominal Compensation For Volunteers
Essential Employee Defined
Employer - Defined
Employee - Defined
Volunteer Fire Department - Defined
Volunteer Firefighter - Defined
Clothing and Automobile Allowance
Retaining Volunteers
Recruiting Volunteers
Training Volunteers
This seminar is designed to provide information on the roles, responsibilities and duties of a fire chief who manages a volunteer staff.
This seminar is for current fire chiefs, board members, elected officials and others who might be interested in promoting into a leadership position within the fire department.
Some of the topics to be covered include:
Services and Support Available from the State Fire Marshal and Indiana Department of Homeland Security
Leadership
Coaching
Disciplinary Processes
Mutual Aid Agreements
Emergency Management Leadership - Building Relationships
Building Relationships With Elected Officials
Understanding Property Tax Limits
Communications With Staff/Public/Elected Officials
Financial Disclosure
Fund Raising
Event Management
Organization Options - Territory or Districts
Workers Compensation Insurance Requirements
Accident Health and Sickness Insurance Requirements
Insurance Death Benefit
Weekly Indemnity for Loss of Wages After An Injury
Nominal Compensation For Volunteers
Essential Employee Defined
Employer - Defined
Employee - Defined
Volunteer Fire Department - Defined
Volunteer Firefighter - Defined
Clothing and Automobile Allowance
Retaining Volunteers
Recruiting Volunteers
Training Volunteers
No Classes Available
Fire - Public Fire & Life Safety Educator I This course provides experienced firefighters the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 1035. This course is designed for firefighters, officers and non-commissioned fire department staff pursuing a certification as a Public Fire & Life Safety Educator. The course is designed to train and equip students in fire prevention and life safety education. Topics include: a history of fire prevention education, fire behavior, community assessment, injury prevention, juvenile fire setting, learning styles, methods for effective teaching, public relations, high-risk populations, professionalism, developing life safety curricula, and evaluation & assessment.
This course provides experienced firefighters the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 1035. This course is designed for firefighters, officers and non-commissioned fire department staff pursuing a certification as a Public Fire & Life Safety Educator. The course is designed to train and equip students in fire prevention and life safety education. Topics include: a history of fire prevention education, fire behavior, community assessment, injury prevention, juvenile fire setting, learning styles, methods for effective teaching, public relations, high-risk populations, professionalism, developing life safety curricula, and evaluation & assessment.
No Classes Available
Fire - Public Fire & Life Safety Educator II This course is a continuation of Fire and Life Safety I designed to provide the public educator with the knowledge and skills needed to successfully perform as a fire and life safety educator manager as addressed in NFPA 1035. For those who practice the multidiscipline profession of fire and life safety educator manager (including uniformed fire service personnel and other professionals), topics include political process, change through knowledge, community analysis, budget process, public policy recommendations, communications with leadership, evaluating team performance, requesting resources from external organizations, facilitation of partnerships, measuring learning, challenges to learning, developing informational an educational materials, developing lesson plans, designing and revising programs and evaluation and measuring of programs and how to develop the instruments to do so.
This course is a continuation of Fire and Life Safety I designed to provide the public educator with the knowledge and skills needed to successfully perform as a fire and life safety educator manager as addressed in NFPA 1035. For those who practice the multidiscipline profession of fire and life safety educator manager (including uniformed fire service personnel and other professionals), topics include political process, change through knowledge, community analysis, budget process, public policy recommendations, communications with leadership, evaluating team performance, requesting resources from external organizations, facilitation of partnerships, measuring learning, challenges to learning, developing informational an educational materials, developing lesson plans, designing and revising programs and evaluation and measuring of programs and how to develop the instruments to do so.
No Classes Available
Fire - Rope Rescuer-Operations FY 08 Rope Operations is designed to give fire service personnel the basic knowledge and skills to safely perform ropes and rigging for rope rescue as defined by NFPA 1670, Operations and Training for Technical Rescue Incidents, 1999 Edition. This course is to prepare local responders to operate as a local member of a Rope Rescue Operations Team. This course provides those personnel with the basic knowledge and skills needed to perform rescues using rope systems. The class will cover the use of rope, rope equipment, hardware, construction of mechanical advantage systems, belay and safety systems, anchor systems, and patient packaging.
Rope Operations is designed to give fire service personnel the basic knowledge and skills to safely perform ropes and rigging for rope rescue as defined by NFPA 1670, Operations and Training for Technical Rescue Incidents, 1999 Edition. This course is to prepare local responders to operate as a local member of a Rope Rescue Operations Team. This course provides those personnel with the basic knowledge and skills needed to perform rescues using rope systems. The class will cover the use of rope, rope equipment, hardware, construction of mechanical advantage systems, belay and safety systems, anchor systems, and patient packaging.
EventLocationDates
RRO0014ANDREWS - DALLAS VFD (Howard)(1158)05/07/2018 - 05/21/2018
RRO0018Brownsburg Fire Territory (HENDRICKS)(0191)06/06/2018 - 06/13/2018
Fire - Rope Rescuer-Technician FY 08 The Rope Rescue Technician curriculum provides required training as outlined in NFPA 1670, 2009 Ed, Standard for Recue Technician Professional Qualifications; 5.4.2. This course provides those personnel with the basic knowledge and skills needed to perform rescues using rope systems. The class will cover the use of rope, rope equipment, hardware, construction of mechanical advantage systems, belay and safety systems, anchor systems, and patient packaging.
The Rope Rescue Technician curriculum provides required training as outlined in NFPA 1670, 2009 Ed, Standard for Recue Technician Professional Qualifications; 5.4.2. This course provides those personnel with the basic knowledge and skills needed to perform rescues using rope systems. The class will cover the use of rope, rope equipment, hardware, construction of mechanical advantage systems, belay and safety systems, anchor systems, and patient packaging.
EventLocationDates
RRT0016ANDREWS - DALLAS VFD (Howard)(1158)05/24/2018 - 06/04/2018
RRT0017ELWOOD FD (Madison) (0148)05/07/2018 - 09/01/2018
RRT0018Brownsburg Fire Territory (HENDRICKS)(0191)06/06/2018 - 06/28/2018
Fire - Safety Officer On-Line Provides fire personnel knowledge/skills for Safety Officer outlined in NFPA 1521 Standard for Fire Department Safety Officer Professional Qualifications. The goal of this course is to prepare students whom will be designated by an incident commander (IC) as the incident safety officer (ISO). This course will teach students how to monitor the various types of incidents including Fire, EMS, Technical Rescue, and Hazardous Materials scenes, and report to the IC the status of conditions, hazards, and risks present. It also covers accident investigation and review procedures as well as how to develop and participate in a post-incident analysis. Additionally, it will examine the Health and Safety Officer's role in identifying, evaluating, and implementing policy and procedures that affect health and safety aspects for emergency responders. Risk analysis, wellness and other occupational safety issues will be the main emphasis of the class. Students attending this course should have a working knowledge of the Incident Command System, applicable NFPA and OSHA requirements and recommendations, and responsibility for setting policy for the department on such issues.
Provides fire personnel knowledge/skills for Safety Officer outlined in NFPA 1521 Standard for Fire Department Safety Officer Professional Qualifications. The goal of this course is to prepare students whom will be designated by an incident commander (IC) as the incident safety officer (ISO). This course will teach students how to monitor the various types of incidents including Fire, EMS, Technical Rescue, and Hazardous Materials scenes, and report to the IC the status of conditions, hazards, and risks present. It also covers accident investigation and review procedures as well as how to develop and participate in a post-incident analysis. Additionally, it will examine the Health and Safety Officer's role in identifying, evaluating, and implementing policy and procedures that affect health and safety aspects for emergency responders. Risk analysis, wellness and other occupational safety issues will be the main emphasis of the class. Students attending this course should have a working knowledge of the Incident Command System, applicable NFPA and OSHA requirements and recommendations, and responsibility for setting policy for the department on such issues.
EventLocationDates
SO0017City of Jeffersonville07/09/2018 - 07/13/2018
Fire - Seminar - Fire Marshal Leadership Seminar This is a seminar where pertinent information is shared with Instructors and Fire Chiefs
This is a seminar where pertinent information is shared with Instructors and Fire Chiefs
No Classes Available
Fire - Structural Collapse Rescuer-Operations FY 08 This course provides responder personnel with the knowledge and skills to work on a Structural Collapse on the Operations Level as outlined in NFPA 1670. This Operations level training including discussions of physical structures and advanced rescue skills. This course meets all NFPA 1670 guidelines and enables rescue teams to operate safely and effectively in structural collapse incidents involving the collapse or failure of light-frame, ordinary construction, un-reinforced and reinforced masonry construction. At the conclusion of this course the Student will understand the procedures for recognizing unique collapse or failure hazards, and for stabilizing and shoring up the structure. An increased emphasis on rescue will include search and rescue techniques intended to locate victims trapped inside and beneath collapse debris; discussions about procedures for accessing victims trapped inside and beneath collapse debris; procedures relevant to extrication operations involving packaging, treating and removing victims trapped within and beneath collapse debris.

This course is extensively hands-on and prepares the student to operate safely and efficiently at a building collapse incident. It offers practice in cutting, breaching, lifting, stabilizing, searching, shoring, packaging, and removing victims from a simulated collapse environment. This course is intense and physically demanding.
This course provides responder personnel with the knowledge and skills to work on a Structural Collapse on the Operations Level as outlined in NFPA 1670. This Operations level training including discussions of physical structures and advanced rescue skills. This course meets all NFPA 1670 guidelines and enables rescue teams to operate safely and effectively in structural collapse incidents involving the collapse or failure of light-frame, ordinary construction, un-reinforced and reinforced masonry construction. At the conclusion of this course the Student will understand the procedures for recognizing unique collapse or failure hazards, and for stabilizing and shoring up the structure. An increased emphasis on rescue will include search and rescue techniques intended to locate victims trapped inside and beneath collapse debris; discussions about procedures for accessing victims trapped inside and beneath collapse debris; procedures relevant to extrication operations involving packaging, treating and removing victims trapped within and beneath collapse debris.

This course is extensively hands-on and prepares the student to operate safely and efficiently at a building collapse incident. It offers practice in cutting, breaching, lifting, stabilizing, searching, shoring, packaging, and removing victims from a simulated collapse environment. This course is intense and physically demanding.
No Classes Available
Fire - Structural Collapse Rescuer-Technician FY 08 This course is to train Firefighters, Rescue Teams and First Responders who may be expected to respond to a collapsed building. The Structural Collapse Program is based on NFPA 1670, Standard on Operations and Training for Technical Search and Rescue Incidents. Course topics include recon, rescue shoring, lifting and stabilization, cutting metal, breeching concrete, crane operations and void space search. The scenarios presented in class utilize engineered collapse props to give students the ability to experience hands on, real world situations. At the conclusion of this course the Student shall be capable of hazard recognition, equipment use, and techniques necessary to operate safely and effectively at structural collapse incidents involving the collapse or failure of concrete tilt-up, reinforced concrete, and steel construction. They will learn the process for search operations intended to locate victims trapped inside and beneath collapse debris as well as procedures for accessing and extricating victims trapped beneath collapse debris. This course is extensively hands, intense, and physically demanding.
This course is to train Firefighters, Rescue Teams and First Responders who may be expected to respond to a collapsed building. The Structural Collapse Program is based on NFPA 1670, Standard on Operations and Training for Technical Search and Rescue Incidents. Course topics include recon, rescue shoring, lifting and stabilization, cutting metal, breeching concrete, crane operations and void space search. The scenarios presented in class utilize engineered collapse props to give students the ability to experience hands on, real world situations. At the conclusion of this course the Student shall be capable of hazard recognition, equipment use, and techniques necessary to operate safely and effectively at structural collapse incidents involving the collapse or failure of concrete tilt-up, reinforced concrete, and steel construction. They will learn the process for search operations intended to locate victims trapped inside and beneath collapse debris as well as procedures for accessing and extricating victims trapped beneath collapse debris. This course is extensively hands, intense, and physically demanding.
No Classes Available
Fire - Swift Water Rescuer-Operations FY 08 This course is designed to provide responders with the knowledge and skills to conduct offensive rescue operations involving floods and swift-moving water as outlined in NFPA 1670, Standard on Operations and Training for Technical Search and Rescue Incidents. Students attending this class will become familiar with the relentless power of moving water and should be in good physical condition. The majority of this course is hands on training. Students will learn Shore based operations, Boat based operations and Go rescue techniques. Class lectures will provide a background in theory and concepts that enables students to go directly to the water. Students become familiar with such equipment as inflatable boats, outboards, rescue ropes, rope rescue systems & necessary personal gear.

Swift water rescue operations are inherently dangerous and with the complications of fast current, low-head dams, and/or hidden debris they can become deadly. Prepare for these hazards by learning how to organize and manage safe swift water rescue operations. Participants in the swift water rescue training program should be prepared for multiple in-water scenarios. This program is designed for personnel who are physically fit.
This course is designed to provide responders with the knowledge and skills to conduct offensive rescue operations involving floods and swift-moving water as outlined in NFPA 1670, Standard on Operations and Training for Technical Search and Rescue Incidents. Students attending this class will become familiar with the relentless power of moving water and should be in good physical condition. The majority of this course is hands on training. Students will learn Shore based operations, Boat based operations and Go rescue techniques. Class lectures will provide a background in theory and concepts that enables students to go directly to the water. Students become familiar with such equipment as inflatable boats, outboards, rescue ropes, rope rescue systems & necessary personal gear.

Swift water rescue operations are inherently dangerous and with the complications of fast current, low-head dams, and/or hidden debris they can become deadly. Prepare for these hazards by learning how to organize and manage safe swift water rescue operations. Participants in the swift water rescue training program should be prepared for multiple in-water scenarios. This program is designed for personnel who are physically fit.
No Classes Available
Fire - Swift Water Rescuer-Technician FY 08 This course is designed to provide responders with the knowledge and skills to conduct offensive as a Swift Water Rescue at the Technician level involving floods and swift-moving water as outlined in NFPA 1670, Standard on Operations and Training for Technical Search and Rescue Incidents. This course takes the student who has completed Swiftwater Operations beyond the emphasis of self-rescue and further concentrates on victim rescue and rescue in hard to get to areas and more difficult swiftwater situations. This is done by integrating techniques into more difficult technical swiftwater rescue situations. This course also provides rescuers with the fundamentals knowledge in hydrology and river classifications, size-up, site control and scene management. Practical skills include self-rescue, swiftwater swimming and the fundamentals of shore, boat and in-water rescues. Additionally students are introduced to the basics of boat handling and the fundamentals of rope rescue including mechanical advantage and anchor systems.
This course is designed to provide responders with the knowledge and skills to conduct offensive as a Swift Water Rescue at the Technician level involving floods and swift-moving water as outlined in NFPA 1670, Standard on Operations and Training for Technical Search and Rescue Incidents. This course takes the student who has completed Swiftwater Operations beyond the emphasis of self-rescue and further concentrates on victim rescue and rescue in hard to get to areas and more difficult swiftwater situations. This is done by integrating techniques into more difficult technical swiftwater rescue situations. This course also provides rescuers with the fundamentals knowledge in hydrology and river classifications, size-up, site control and scene management. Practical skills include self-rescue, swiftwater swimming and the fundamentals of shore, boat and in-water rescues. Additionally students are introduced to the basics of boat handling and the fundamentals of rope rescue including mechanical advantage and anchor systems.
No Classes Available
Fire - Vehicle and Machinery Rescuer-Operations FY 08 This course is designed to provide entry level emergency responders with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 1670 and Chapter 3 of NFPA 472, Standard for Professional Competence of Responders to Hazardous Materials Incidents. It offers a combination of classroom and practical evolution's that allow the student to learn proper techniques to plan for a vehicle/machinery incident and be capable of hazard recognition, equipment use and techniques necessary to operate safely and effectively at incidents involving persons injured or entrapped in a vehicle or machinery. Operations level functions at vehicle and/or machinery rescue incidents include procedures to identify probable victim locations and survivability, making the rescue area safe, including the stabilization and isolation (i.e., lockout/tag out) of all vehicles and/or machinery. Additional environmental skills will teach students how to identify, contain and stop fuel release, as well as mitigation and management of general and specific hazards (fire, explosion) associated with vehicles. Rescue techniques include accessing victims trapped in a vehicle or machinery, protection of a victim during extrication disentanglement, packaging of a victim prior to extrication/disentanglement and performing extrication operations through the use of hand tools.
This course is designed to provide entry level emergency responders with the knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 1670 and Chapter 3 of NFPA 472, Standard for Professional Competence of Responders to Hazardous Materials Incidents. It offers a combination of classroom and practical evolution's that allow the student to learn proper techniques to plan for a vehicle/machinery incident and be capable of hazard recognition, equipment use and techniques necessary to operate safely and effectively at incidents involving persons injured or entrapped in a vehicle or machinery. Operations level functions at vehicle and/or machinery rescue incidents include procedures to identify probable victim locations and survivability, making the rescue area safe, including the stabilization and isolation (i.e., lockout/tag out) of all vehicles and/or machinery. Additional environmental skills will teach students how to identify, contain and stop fuel release, as well as mitigation and management of general and specific hazards (fire, explosion) associated with vehicles. Rescue techniques include accessing victims trapped in a vehicle or machinery, protection of a victim during extrication disentanglement, packaging of a victim prior to extrication/disentanglement and performing extrication operations through the use of hand tools.
EventLocationDates
VMRO0012/District 1MAAC Training Center (District 01)06/01/2018 - 06/26/2018
Fire - Vehicle and Machinery Rescuer-Technician FY 08 This course provides knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 1670, Standard on Operations and Training for Technical Search and Rescue Incidents. The course trains Firefighters who respond to incidents such as: passenger and heavy vehicle incidents, equipment entrapments, impalements, and farm and industrial machinery entrapments. The course is designed to offer a combination of classroom and practical evolutions that allow the student to learn proper techniques to plan for a vehicle/machinery incident, establish fire protection, stabilize a vehicle or machine, isolate potential harmful energy sources, determine vehicle access and egress points, create access and egress openings for rescue, disentangle victims, remove a packaged victim to a designated safe area, and terminate a vehicle/machinery incident. Course topics also include proper use of hand, electric, pneumatic, and heavy hydraulic tools. All operations stress rescuer and victim safety.
This course provides knowledge and skills to meet the minimum job performance requirements as outlined in NFPA 1670, Standard on Operations and Training for Technical Search and Rescue Incidents. The course trains Firefighters who respond to incidents such as: passenger and heavy vehicle incidents, equipment entrapments, impalements, and farm and industrial machinery entrapments. The course is designed to offer a combination of classroom and practical evolutions that allow the student to learn proper techniques to plan for a vehicle/machinery incident, establish fire protection, stabilize a vehicle or machine, isolate potential harmful energy sources, determine vehicle access and egress points, create access and egress openings for rescue, disentangle victims, remove a packaged victim to a designated safe area, and terminate a vehicle/machinery incident. Course topics also include proper use of hand, electric, pneumatic, and heavy hydraulic tools. All operations stress rescuer and victim safety.
EventLocationDates
VMRT0013/District 1MAAC Training Center (District 01)06/01/2018 - 06/26/2018
VMRT0014COLUMUBS FIRE DEPT.07/05/2018 - 07/20/2018
Fundamentals of Criminal Intelligence (AWR-315) This awareness-level course presents participants with the core capabilities required for intelligence personnel from an all-crimes, all-hazards perspective. It encompasses traditional crimes, domestic and international acts of terrorism, and other potential crises. This course introduces entry-level intelligence personnel to intelligence and distinguishes between intelligence and information. Among the topics covered are the Intelligence Community, responsibilities of intelligence personnel, and goals and uses of criminal intelligence products. The potential range of customers and their needs are addressed. It incorporates the five-step intelligence process and the importance of critical and creative thinking as it pertains to analysis of information and the intelligence process. Participants will become familiar with the Information Sharing Environment, suspicious activity reporting, and legal authorities and guidance associated with criminal intelligence collection and use, including privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties laws. Finally, this course addresses the benefits of forming strategic partnerships and collaborative networks.



The goal of this course is to ensure intelligence personnel leave equipped with the knowledge and tools necessary to manage, staff, and operate criminal intelligence enterprises within their agencies, in order to help protect and prevent potential threats to the public.

Professional Disciplines


Law Enforcement, Emergency Management, Governmental Administrative


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The target audience for the Direct Delivery version of this course includes:

Law enforcement officers
Investigators
Supervisors
Analysts
Corrections intelligence personnel
Fusion center personnel
This awareness-level course presents participants with the core capabilities required for intelligence personnel from an all-crimes, all-hazards perspective. It encompasses traditional crimes, domestic and international acts of terrorism, and other potential crises. This course introduces entry-level intelligence personnel to intelligence and distinguishes between intelligence and information. Among the topics covered are the Intelligence Community, responsibilities of intelligence personnel, and goals and uses of criminal intelligence products. The potential range of customers and their needs are addressed. It incorporates the five-step intelligence process and the importance of critical and creative thinking as it pertains to analysis of information and the intelligence process. Participants will become familiar with the Information Sharing Environment, suspicious activity reporting, and legal authorities and guidance associated with criminal intelligence collection and use, including privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties laws. Finally, this course addresses the benefits of forming strategic partnerships and collaborative networks.



The goal of this course is to ensure intelligence personnel leave equipped with the knowledge and tools necessary to manage, staff, and operate criminal intelligence enterprises within their agencies, in order to help protect and prevent potential threats to the public.

Professional Disciplines


Law Enforcement, Emergency Management, Governmental Administrative


¿

The target audience for the Direct Delivery version of this course includes:

Law enforcement officers
Investigators
Supervisors
Analysts
Corrections intelligence personnel
Fusion center personnel
EventLocationDates
20181025Indiana Government Center South10/23/2018 - 10/25/2018
Homemade Explosives: Awareness, Recognition, and Response (HME) Homemade Explosives: Awareness, Recognition, and Response (HME) was developed by the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (New Mexico Tech) and provides first responders with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to effectively prevent, interdict, and respond to an imminent threat caused by HME laboratories and producers.

The course will focus on the various components and manufacturing processes of homemade explosives, response considerations when encountering homemade explosives, enhancing community situational awareness, and ensuring appropriate personal protection.


Topics covered include but are not limited to:

• Basic explosive physical/chemical properties and hazards
• Variables that influence explosive effects
• HME precursors
• Indicators of HME/IED manufacturing
• Distinguishing between a HME lab and a clandestine drug lab
• HME scene safety and security
• Case studies of recent HME incidents
• Community awareness and education
Homemade Explosives: Awareness, Recognition, and Response (HME) was developed by the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (New Mexico Tech) and provides first responders with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to effectively prevent, interdict, and respond to an imminent threat caused by HME laboratories and producers.

The course will focus on the various components and manufacturing processes of homemade explosives, response considerations when encountering homemade explosives, enhancing community situational awareness, and ensuring appropriate personal protection.


Topics covered include but are not limited to:

• Basic explosive physical/chemical properties and hazards
• Variables that influence explosive effects
• HME precursors
• Indicators of HME/IED manufacturing
• Distinguishing between a HME lab and a clandestine drug lab
• HME scene safety and security
• Case studies of recent HME incidents
• Community awareness and education
No Classes Available
Hospital Preparedness Program - Hospitals and Healthcare Organizations This class will use the Hospital Incident Command System as a basis for developing a common vision among D10’s Healthcare partners in order to strengthen our response capabilities during a large scale disaster. The class finishes with a tabletop exercise designed to reinforce how these roles fit together.
Topics to be covered:
• National Incident Management System
• Command Staff Roles & Responsibilities: Incident Commander, Safety, Liaison, and Public Information Officers,
• General Staff Roles & Responsibilities: Operations, Planning, Logistics, & Finance/Admin Section Chiefs
• Key Features: Objectives, resource management, Incident Action Plan, multi-agency coordination, integrated communication, documentation, job action sheets, demobilization
• Indiana District concept and resources
• Homeland security Exercise Evaluation Program overview
• Tabletop Exercise
This class will use the Hospital Incident Command System as a basis for developing a common vision among D10’s Healthcare partners in order to strengthen our response capabilities during a large scale disaster. The class finishes with a tabletop exercise designed to reinforce how these roles fit together.
Topics to be covered:
• National Incident Management System
• Command Staff Roles & Responsibilities: Incident Commander, Safety, Liaison, and Public Information Officers,
• General Staff Roles & Responsibilities: Operations, Planning, Logistics, & Finance/Admin Section Chiefs
• Key Features: Objectives, resource management, Incident Action Plan, multi-agency coordination, integrated communication, documentation, job action sheets, demobilization
• Indiana District concept and resources
• Homeland security Exercise Evaluation Program overview
• Tabletop Exercise
No Classes Available
HSEEP/Homeland Security Exercise Evaluation This is an intermediate-level course that provides a comprehensive overview of exercise design along with practical skill development in accordance with the Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) Doctrine. This course uses activities that will give participants an opportunity to interact with many of the templates and other materials that are provided by the National Exercise Division to ensure exercises are conducted in a consistent manner.
This is an intermediate-level course that provides a comprehensive overview of exercise design along with practical skill development in accordance with the Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) Doctrine. This course uses activities that will give participants an opportunity to interact with many of the templates and other materials that are provided by the National Exercise Division to ensure exercises are conducted in a consistent manner.
EventLocationDates
EMA-HSEEP0001VINCENNES UNIVERSITY06/12/2018 - 06/13/2018
ICS 300: Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course provides training on and resources for personnel who require advanced application of the Incident Command System (ICS). The target audience for this course is for individuals who may assume a supervisory role in expanding incidents or Type 3 incidents. These incidents may extend into multiple operational periods. This course expands upon information covered in the ICS-100 and ICS-200 courses. This course will include but not be limited to: unified command, incident/event assessment and objective development, the ICS planning process, incident/event resource management, transfer of command and demobilization. OBJECTIVES: • Describe how the NIMS Command and Management component supports the management of expanding incidents. • Describe the incident/event management process for supervisors and expanding incidents as prescribed by the Incident Command System (ICS). • Implement the incident management process on a simulated Type 3 incident. • Develop an Incident Action Plan for a simulated incident.
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course provides training on and resources for personnel who require advanced application of the Incident Command System (ICS). The target audience for this course is for individuals who may assume a supervisory role in expanding incidents or Type 3 incidents. These incidents may extend into multiple operational periods. This course expands upon information covered in the ICS-100 and ICS-200 courses. This course will include but not be limited to: unified command, incident/event assessment and objective development, the ICS planning process, incident/event resource management, transfer of command and demobilization. OBJECTIVES: • Describe how the NIMS Command and Management component supports the management of expanding incidents. • Describe the incident/event management process for supervisors and expanding incidents as prescribed by the Incident Command System (ICS). • Implement the incident management process on a simulated Type 3 incident. • Develop an Incident Action Plan for a simulated incident.
EventLocationDates
20180717icsINDOTINDOT Indy TMC07/17/2018 - 07/18/2018
20180605icsINGStout Field Ahner Auditorium06/05/2018 - 06/06/2018
20180521Anderson Fire Department Training Center05/21/2018 - 05/23/2018
20180619icsLutheran Fellowship Hall06/19/2018 - 06/20/2018
20181117icsJasper City Police Department11/17/2018 - 11/18/2018
ICS 400: Advanced ICS Command & General Staff - ICS 400 v.2008 (14 hrs) This course provides training and resources for personnel who require advanced application of the ICS. This course expands upon information covered in ICS-100 through ICS-300 courses. These earlier courses are prerequisites for ICS-400.
This course provides training and resources for personnel who require advanced application of the ICS. This course expands upon information covered in ICS-100 through ICS-300 courses. These earlier courses are prerequisites for ICS-400.
EventLocationDates
20180813icsINDOTINDOT Indy TMC08/13/2018 - 08/14/2018
20180619icsINGStout Field Ahner Auditorium06/19/2018 - 06/20/2018
ICS Train-the-Trainer - ICS TTT/L-449 Students are provided training on the delivery of ICS-100: Introduction to the ICS, ICS-200: ICS for Single Resource and Initial Action Incidents, ICS 300: Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents, ICS-400: Advanced ICS for Command and General Staff—Complex Incidents, ICS-402 ICS Overview for Executives and Senior Officials, and G0191, Emergency Operations Center/ICS Interface. A major emphasis placed on classroom based deliveries, including compliance with the National Incident Management Training Program, adult education methodologies, deployment of course activities, pre- and post-testing, and ICS training program management.

Students will perform a teach back of an assigned unit from the ICS core curriculum as part of the course. Teach backs are conducted as part of the assessment of instructor competence.
Students are provided training on the delivery of ICS-100: Introduction to the ICS, ICS-200: ICS for Single Resource and Initial Action Incidents, ICS 300: Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents, ICS-400: Advanced ICS for Command and General Staff—Complex Incidents, ICS-402 ICS Overview for Executives and Senior Officials, and G0191, Emergency Operations Center/ICS Interface. A major emphasis placed on classroom based deliveries, including compliance with the National Incident Management Training Program, adult education methodologies, deployment of course activities, pre- and post-testing, and ICS training program management.

Students will perform a teach back of an assigned unit from the ICS core curriculum as part of the course. Teach backs are conducted as part of the assessment of instructor competence.
No Classes Available
ICS/EOC Interface (G-0191) The course reviews ICS and EOC responsibilities and functions and depends heavily on exercises and group discussions to formulate an interface. This course works best when delivered to Incident Command System and Emergency Operations Center personnel from the same community.
The course reviews ICS and EOC responsibilities and functions and depends heavily on exercises and group discussions to formulate an interface. This course works best when delivered to Incident Command System and Emergency Operations Center personnel from the same community.
EventLocationDates
20180614emaHancock County EMA06/14/2018 - 06/14/2018
ImageTrend - ImageTrend Elite Training Staff will conduct training over the ImageTrend Elite program. We will help users get set up as well as answer any questions you may have over data collection.
Staff will conduct training over the ImageTrend Elite program. We will help users get set up as well as answer any questions you may have over data collection.
No Classes Available
Integrating Access and Functional Needs into Emergency Planning This course will provide Emergency Planners with the information necessary to utilize disability and access and functional needs-inclusive practices, as well as the additional updated skills and knowledge they will need to prepare for, respond to, and recover from emergencies. This course is for experienced emergency planners to learn about access and functional needs and Universal Access.

Emergency managers and planners; first responders, including emergency planners from law enforcement, fire protection, and emergency medical services; emergency planners from resource agencies including transportation, communications, public works, and public health; individuals from government organizations and non-government organizations (NGOs) whose primary responsibility is emergency planning; and emergency planners and managers from mass transit, paratransit, rural transit, and NGO and private transit operators (taxi, shuttle services, non-emergency medical, etc.).
This course will provide Emergency Planners with the information necessary to utilize disability and access and functional needs-inclusive practices, as well as the additional updated skills and knowledge they will need to prepare for, respond to, and recover from emergencies. This course is for experienced emergency planners to learn about access and functional needs and Universal Access.

Emergency managers and planners; first responders, including emergency planners from law enforcement, fire protection, and emergency medical services; emergency planners from resource agencies including transportation, communications, public works, and public health; individuals from government organizations and non-government organizations (NGOs) whose primary responsibility is emergency planning; and emergency planners and managers from mass transit, paratransit, rural transit, and NGO and private transit operators (taxi, shuttle services, non-emergency medical, etc.).
No Classes Available
Introduction to Emergency Management This 2.5 day course is designed to provide individuals who are new to emergency management with the information and tools necessary to establish and function within a comprehensive emergency management system. The course introduces topics such as the history of emergency management, the phases of emergency management, the role of the emergency manager, emergency planning, training & exercise development, disaster response including relationships between local, state, and federal partners, and grants management.
This 2.5 day course is designed to provide individuals who are new to emergency management with the information and tools necessary to establish and function within a comprehensive emergency management system. The course introduces topics such as the history of emergency management, the phases of emergency management, the role of the emergency manager, emergency planning, training & exercise development, disaster response including relationships between local, state, and federal partners, and grants management.
EventLocationDates
20180614Franciscan Education Center, Franciscan Health Lafayette Central Campus06/14/2018 - 06/15/2018
Jurisdictional Disaster Preparedness - Disaster Preparedness Workshop Collaborative planning efforts among stakeholders at the local level increase the likelihood that a community can respond to an emergency swiftly and effectively, accessing information and resources as quickly as possible. This empowers communities to recover from incidents faster—and achieves the definition of a “resilient community.” These disaster preparedness workshops are controlled, discussion-based activities designed to facilitate whole-of-community preparedness for emergencies in Indiana. Multidisciplinary partners from the jurisdiction will learn emergency management best practices and then tabletop a disaster scenario that impacts the entire county. Workshop goals include understanding how to integrate with cross-sector partners, and identifying potential problems in resource acquisition, communications, and coordination.

Collaborative planning efforts among stakeholders at the local level increase the likelihood that a community can respond to an emergency swiftly and effectively, accessing information and resources as quickly as possible. This empowers communities to recover from incidents faster—and achieves the definition of a “resilient community.” These disaster preparedness workshops are controlled, discussion-based activities designed to facilitate whole-of-community preparedness for emergencies in Indiana. Multidisciplinary partners from the jurisdiction will learn emergency management best practices and then tabletop a disaster scenario that impacts the entire county. Workshop goals include understanding how to integrate with cross-sector partners, and identifying potential problems in resource acquisition, communications, and coordination.

No Classes Available
K9100 K-9 Learning Theory Course Description:
This one day class is for the beginner to advanced handlers wanting to better understand how to train their canine partners. The course begins with an interactive lecture (translation: plan to participate!) on canine learning theory. Discover “how” your dog learns! Topics include stages of learning, reinforcement schedules, methods of learning and chaining behaviors. Some class time will be spent in the field putting the learning theories into practice.


Course Objectives:
At the end of this course, participants will be able to:
• Understand K9 behavior
• Correct unwanted behaviors by utilizing extinction techniques
• Train dogs using operant conditioning and behavior modification techniques
Course Description:
This one day class is for the beginner to advanced handlers wanting to better understand how to train their canine partners. The course begins with an interactive lecture (translation: plan to participate!) on canine learning theory. Discover “how” your dog learns! Topics include stages of learning, reinforcement schedules, methods of learning and chaining behaviors. Some class time will be spent in the field putting the learning theories into practice.


Course Objectives:
At the end of this course, participants will be able to:
• Understand K9 behavior
• Correct unwanted behaviors by utilizing extinction techniques
• Train dogs using operant conditioning and behavior modification techniques
No Classes Available
K9105 K-9 First Aid Course Description:
This is a one day course focuses on teaching the student basic first aid principals. K-9 assessment, what is normal. Bandaging, splinting and other skills needed to render assistance to a K-9 in an emergency. This course is recommended for anyone involved with working with or around K-9s. K9 is not needed to attend this class



Course Objectives:
At the end of this course, participants will be able to:
• Know what normal vital signs are for a dog
• Bandage wounds
• Identify life threatening emergencies as it applies to dogs
• How to safely restrain an injured dog



Prerequisites:
None required for this course.
Course Description:
This is a one day course focuses on teaching the student basic first aid principals. K-9 assessment, what is normal. Bandaging, splinting and other skills needed to render assistance to a K-9 in an emergency. This course is recommended for anyone involved with working with or around K-9s. K9 is not needed to attend this class



Course Objectives:
At the end of this course, participants will be able to:
• Know what normal vital signs are for a dog
• Bandage wounds
• Identify life threatening emergencies as it applies to dogs
• How to safely restrain an injured dog



Prerequisites:
None required for this course.
No Classes Available
K9210 Basic Land Cadaver Search Tech for K-9s Course Description:
This is a one day course designed to introduce K-9 teams to techniques used to locate human remains. Students will learn how to handle and store training aids, basic scent theory, and proper handling of training material. Field training will consist of imprinting the dog on cadaver scent and developing a solid trained alert. This class is applicable to both search dog teams and law enforcement teams. This is a pre-requisite for all intermediate and advanced cadaver courses.


Course Objectives:
At the end of this course, participants will be able to:
• Understand Scent movement
• Know how to socialize dogs
• Begin search training
• Record training sessions in training log
• Understand the importance of selecting the correct dog for search work
• Know the benefits of toy and food reward systems
• Understand how to store scent material
• Utilize scent boxes for training
Course Description:
This is a one day course designed to introduce K-9 teams to techniques used to locate human remains. Students will learn how to handle and store training aids, basic scent theory, and proper handling of training material. Field training will consist of imprinting the dog on cadaver scent and developing a solid trained alert. This class is applicable to both search dog teams and law enforcement teams. This is a pre-requisite for all intermediate and advanced cadaver courses.


Course Objectives:
At the end of this course, participants will be able to:
• Understand Scent movement
• Know how to socialize dogs
• Begin search training
• Record training sessions in training log
• Understand the importance of selecting the correct dog for search work
• Know the benefits of toy and food reward systems
• Understand how to store scent material
• Utilize scent boxes for training
EventLocationDates
20180819Camp Atterbury08/19/2018 - 08/19/2018