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The Fire Academy is an all NEW year-round interactive digital platform that brings firefighters training from industry leaders in order to continue supporting their efforts in the communities they serve. The content will discuss key themes around topics including: Safety, Leadership/Management, Company Officer, and many more. With a collaborative backing of FDIC International and Fire Engineering, you won’t want to miss out on this opportunity to help support training in the fire service industry.

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Hazmat: Personal Protective Equipment

Hazmat: Personal Protective Equipment

Personal protective equipment (PPE) is an important component in any hazmat responder’s inventory. Using it properly is the best way to prevent injury or death. In this module, you’ll learn about the two major categories of PPE, how to select the proper PPE for an incident, and how to use and maintain the equipment properly. This module provides knowledge and information related to OSHA 1910.120 and the following NFPA Standard 1072 Job Performance Requirements: 6.2.1.
Hazmat: Victim Rescue and Recovery

Hazmat: Victim Rescue and Recovery

Rescue operations can range from a single exposed or injured victim to a mass casualty event. The incidents can range from accidental releases from vehicles or industry to terrorist acts. Operations-level personnel trained to the mission-specific operation of victim rescue and recovery must operate under the guidance of a hazardous materials technician, an allied professional an emergency response plan, or standard operating guideline. This module covers the methods of victim rescue, triage, and recovery. This module provides knowledge and information related to OSHA 1910.120 and the following NFPA Standard 1072 Job Performance Requirements: 6.8.1.
Incident Command Systems

Incident Command Systems

"The incident command system (ICS) is as much about firefighter safety as it is about effective incident management. In this module, you’ll learn about the history of ICS, why it exists, how it operates, and what role the firefighter plays within it. Content in this module is aligned with the NFPA 1001 Standards for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications, Fire Fighter II: 5.1.1, “General Knowledge Requirements.” "
Intellectual Disabilities and Their Effect on Patient Assessment

Intellectual Disabilities and Their Effect on Patient Assessment

Individuals with intellectual disabilities (ID—previously known as mental retardation) have characteristics that can have a profoundly challenging impact on interactions with EMS providers during a medical or traumatic emergency. This course will discuss various characteristics of individuals with ID; suggestions for determining capacity and obtaining informed consent; ways to assess for pain; and suggestions to help facilitate assessment, treatment, and transport.
Ladders

Ladders

Fire service ladders are essential in the performance of both saving human life and extinguishing fires. Constructed under rigid specifications, their use during adverse conditions requires them to provide a margin of safety not usually expected of commercial ladders. On the fire ground, they require close and coordinated teamwork quickly and accurately using established and proper techniques. Content in this module is aligned with the NFPA 1001, Standards for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications, Fire Fighter I: 4.3.6 and 4.3.20, “Fireground Operations;” and 4.5.1, “Preparedness and Maintenance;” and Fire Fighter II: 5.5.4, “Fire and Life Safety Initiatives, Preparedness, and Maintenance.”
Leadership Through Training

Leadership Through Training

This course discusses the role all instructors have as leaders and influencers. It delves into ways we can maximize that influence before, during, and after we train. It provides practical advice that is immediately deployable. Training is influence, and influence is leadership. How will you lead through training today, tomorrow, and in the future?
Management of Acute Burn Injuries

Management of Acute Burn Injuries

This course will examine current trends in burn care for both pediatric and adult patients. We will discuss triage and stabilization, airway and inhalation injury, burn shock and edema, escharotomy, calculating burn size, types of burns, and clinical studies.

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