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Our Course Catalog contains all the courses available from the Industrial Emergency Council. Many of these courses may be currently scheduled (see the Training Schedule). If you find a class in this Course Catalog that you need, and it is not currently in the Training Schedule, please contact us for more information.

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1st Aid/CPR
MEDIC FIRST AID Basic Plus CPR, AED, First Aid and Bloodborne Pathogens

This is a flexible program that will help you meet OSHA and other federal and state regulatory requirements for training employees how to respond and care for medical emergencies at work.

Our instructor will provide instruction with the use of a DVD and students will each have the use of a training manikin for hands on skills. Each student will receive a student guide, wallet skill guide, and certificate (2 years) issued at the end of the class.
This class will include:

CPR/AED, Choking, Control of Bleeding, Shock, Bites, Burns, Stings, Heart Attack, Poisoning, Stroke, Injuries to Head, chest, eyes, Impaled objects, Altered level of consciousness, Allergic Reaction, Amputation and Exposure to heat and cold

Course Hours: 7.00
Intended Audience: N/A
Prerequisites:
Command 1A: Structure Fire Command Operations for the Company Officer
This course provides an introduction to the principles of command, an overview of the concepts of command safety and the risk management process, pre-incident planning considerations, command considerations at structure fire incidents, Company Officer initial actions at an incident including the development of incident priorities, strategy, and tactics, information on the roles and responsibilities of a Company Officer for post- incident actions. Each student will have the opportunity to gain experience in a controlled environment through structure fire incident simulations.

Course Hours: 40.00
Intended Audience: First-in incident commander and company officers
Prerequisites: Fire Fighter I training;I-200: Basic ICS;Prevention 1: Fire and Life Safety Inspections for the Company Officer
Command 1C: WUI Command Operations for the Company Officer
This course provides information to bring the structural Company Officer out of the city and into the wildland urban interface; in other words, from his or her comfort zone into an area that could be very well quite unfamiliar.

Course Hours: 40.00
Intended Audience: First-in incident commander and company officers
Prerequisites: Fire Fighter I training; Command 1A: Structure Fire Command Operations for the Company Officer; I-200: Basic ICS; S-290: Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior (NWCG online is acceptable)
Fire Command 1B: Incident Management for Company Officers
This course provides the student with information on tactics, strategies, and scene management for multi-casualty incidents, hazardous materials incidents, and wildland fires. Each student also has the opportunity to increase his or her knowledge and skills by handling initial operations at these types of incidents through simulation and class activities

Course Hours: 40.00
Intended Audience: First-in incident commander and company officers
Prerequisites: I-200, Fire Command 1A
Fire Command 2A: Command Tactics at Major Fires
This course prepares the officer to use management techniques and the Incident Command System when commanding multiple alarms or large suppression forces.

Course Hours: 40.00
Intended Audience: Chief officers, company officers, and training officers
Prerequisites: I-300, Fire Command 1A
Fire Command 2B: Management of Major Hazardous Materials Incidents
This course provides Incident Commanders with the skills and competency necessary to mitigate an incident, initiate remedial action, and ensure the restoration of normal services with a comprehensive resource management approach. The course is also intended to bring the student to the standard of competency established for On-Scene Commander by OSHA's Final Rule 29 CFR 1910.120 and NFPA 472. Students will participate in simulated incident scenarios and justify their actions in a mock civil court setting.

Course Hours: 40.00
Intended Audience: Chief officers, company officers, and training officers
Prerequisites: I-300, Fire Command 1B, Fire Command 2A
Fire Command 2C: High-rise Fire Fighting Tactics
This course is approached from a system basis and is applied to both small and large high-rise buildings. Topics include prefire planning, building inventory, problem identification, ventilation methods, water supply, elevators, life safety, strategy and tactics, application of the ICS, and specific responsibilities. Case studies and simulation are used.

Course Hours: 40.00
Intended Audience: Chief officers and experienced company officers
Prerequisites: I-300, Fire Command 2A
Fire Command 2D: Planning for Large Scale Disasters
Key topics include: Principles of disaster planning and management, fire service emergency plans, emergency operations centers, case studies of various natural and man made disasters, roles of local, state and federal OES and emergency management agencies, discussion of multi-hazard planning techniques, ICS and SEMS concepts, and principles of exercising emergency management staffs.

Course Hours: 40.00
Intended Audience: Chief officers, company officers, and planners
Prerequisites: I-300, Fire Command 1C, Fire Command 2A
Fire Command 2E: Wildland Fire Fighting Tactics
This course contains such topics as California's wildland fire problem, wildland fire safety, weather effects, wildland fuels, wildland fire behavior, initial attack methods, using support equipment, using topographic maps, strategy and tactics, and air attack operations. Involves class participation and simulation.

Course Hours: 40.00
Intended Audience: Fire officers who have command responsibilities at wildland fires
Prerequisites: I-300, Fire Command 1C, Fire Command 2A
Basic Emergency Vehicle Operations
This course provides information and skills training. Topics include applicable laws, defensive driving techniques, basic inspection, and maintenance. Each student also has the opportunity to increase his or her driving skills during simulated driving conditions.

Course Hours: 16.00
Intended Audience: All fire service personnel
Prerequisites: None
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