This six-day course for fire investigators and related fire service/law enforcement personnel addresses the critical skills essential to the effective investigation and evaluation of fires involving potential electrical causes. It will provide you with a basic understanding of electricity, electrical circuits and distribution systems, and common electrical faults and failures, as well as a working knowledge of the National Electrical Code and how it applies to fire investigations. Read the course description.
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This simulation-based online course will introduce you to some of the problems and issues associated with a Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) fire. The simulation involves a small field fire that spreads into an area with several structures. You will serve as the Incident Commander for the fire, where multiple levels of response under the Incident Command System (ICS) are required. Read the course description.
The Managing Officer Program is a multiyear curriculum that introduces emerging emergency services leaders to personal and professional skills in change management, risk reduction and adaptive leadership. Acceptance into the program is the first step in your professional development as a career or volunteer fire/Emergency Medical Services manager.
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Wildland Urban Interface: Fire-Adapted Communities - R0614 11/27/2016 - 12/2/2016
Strategic and Tactical Considerations for Fire Protection Systems - P0227 9/18/2016 - 9/23/2016
Command and Control Decision Making at Multiple Alarm Incidents - R0297 11/6/2016 - 11/11/2016Download the 2016-2017 NFA course catalog PDF 913 KB