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SYSTEM MAINTENANCE IS SCHEDULED FOR SEPTEMBER 1, 2022

The Fire Academy will be conducting course maintenance on September 1, 2022, to improve your learning experience. These improvements may disrupt your course progress for any courses that have yet to be completed. 

To avoid disruption, please complete any courses you have in progress by August 30, 2022. The list of courses that will be affected is below.

FIRE Courses

  • The Mission, History, and Traditions of Fire Service
  • The Modern Fire Service
  • Fire Service Communications
  • Fire Behavior
  • Fire Extinguishers
  • Emergency Medical Response
  • Incident Command Systems
  • Advanced Communications
  • Water Supply and Hose
  • Fire Streams
  • Firefighter Safety and Survival
  • Vehicle Fires
  • Pre-Incident Planning
  • Fire Protection Systems
  • Building Construction
  • Ropes and Knots
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus
  • Firefighting Tools
  • Forcible Entry
  • Ladders
  • Origin and Cause Investigation
  • Fire Prevention and Fire-Safety Information
  • Support of Technical Rescue Teams
  • Ventilation Strategies: Roofs
  • Search and Rescue
  • Basic Fire Attack
  • Salvage and Overhaul
  • Ventilation Strategies: Varied Structure Types
  • Advanced Fire Attack – Residential Occupancies
  • Vehicle Extrication
  • Advanced Fire Attack – Commercial Occupancies
  • Advanced Fire Attack – Class B Fires

EMS Courses

  • CPAP and Capnography: A Dynamic Duo
  • E-CPR, VADs, and ECMO: Oh My!
  • Mobile Stroke Units
  • Cardiac Emergencies in the Pre-Hospital Setting
  • Non-Invasive Ventilation
  • Management of Acute Burn Injuries
  • Walking the Patient
  • EMS Research and How it Affects Your Practice
  • Avoiding Social Media Landmines for EMS Providers
  • Chokeholds, Ketamine, and Prone Positioning: The Legal and Medical Implications for EMS Practitioners
  • Autism Awareness for First Responders
  • Intellectual Disabilities and Their Impact on Assessment
  • Pediatric Management Handtevy, Broselow, and PALS
  • Initial Management of Pediatric Arrest
  • Effectively Managing Conflict Resolution
  • Pediatric Cardiac and Respiratory Arrest (ALS)
  • Pediatric Cardiac and Respiratory Arrest (BLS)
  • Bloodborne and Airborne Pathogens for First Responders
  • Infectious and Communicable Diseases
  • Back Safety in EMS
  • Street Drugs
  • Effectively Managing Conflict Resolution

Hazmat Courses

  • Foundation to Hazardous Materials
  • Awareness Response to Hazardous Materials
  • Hazardous Material Operations
  • Chemicals, Their Properties, and Potential Hazards
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Gross, Emergency, Mass, and Technical Decontamination
  • Detection, Monitoring, and Sampling
  • Incidents involving Terrorism, Weapons of Mass Destruction, and Illicit Laboratories
  • Victim Rescue and Recovery
  • Fixed Facilities and Fire Protection

Compliance Courses

  • Protection Against Phishing Attacks
  • Becoming the Boss: A Guide for New Managers
  • Preventing Sexual Harassment

Frequently Asked Questions

Why Is The Fire Academy Doing This?

System maintenance for a cleaner user experience.

Will This Affect My Current Progress?

If you have begun one of the listed courses and don’t complete it by EOD August 31, you will need to start the course over.

If I already took the course, will my certificate be available?

Yes, your course completion certificate will remain in My Profile under Courses.

What is happening with the listed courses?

Revision of a list of courses.

When is the revision occurring?

September 1st for the duration of the day.

Who will the revision affect?

All users who are enrolled in the listed 70 courses set for revision.

What are the benefits of this revision?

System maintenance for a cleaner user experience.

Will this alter the platform and how I use it?

No. Continue using the platform as always.

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