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Each module download includes a video, Student Workbook and Facilitator Guide.
Instructors and Unit Leaders are encouraged to customize training to reach your target audience. Reference material may include the 2010 IRPG, Fireline Handbook and other agency specific material and are available for purchase through your local cache system.
TIPS FOR DEVELOPING YOUR PROGRAM
Follow the guidance for Annual Fireline Safety Refresher Training in the Interagency Standards for Fire and Fire Aviation Operations (Red Book) or your agency equivalent. http://www.nifc.gov/PUBLICATIONS/redbook/2012/Chapter13.pdf
Review the Website for material relevant to your audience.
Select Modules / Add to Cart and build your program.
Click Download Button and wait. (Downloads will take time)
Prepare Instructional Material. To avoid embarrassment, carefully prepare your presentation and rehearse the exercises.
This year's program includes an App and a paperless exercise. Both are contained in the Heat Illness Module. These features are being developed to determine the feasibility of the uses for tablets and smart phones in the delivery of future fire refresher programs.
A video tutorial regarding the use of this website is available for view from the homepage and main library page.
Instructional material such as links and articles have been moved from the Bonus Page into the modules which are most relevant to them.
modules focusing on seats, commo, airspace and helicopter operations.
Fire orders and LCES.
troubleshooting pump operations, engines, driving safety and PPE.
back in the good ol' Days...
weather observations, warnings, briefings and fire behavior.
Medevac, burn protocol and effects of overexertion.
not sure what modules you're looking for? how about transfer of command, fire operations doctrine, human factors, firefit, all-risk assignments or hazardous materials?