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NFPA Apparatus Equipped with Fire Pump (Pumper Operator)

Prerequisites: Participants must already be certified as NFPA Apparatus Driver Operators (Driver).

Date/Time: 

March 7th, 10th, 14th and 17th, 2022. 1830 to 2230 hours.

March 19th and 20th, 2022. 0800 to 1700. Students must complete online coursework and attend all days completing in class assignments to receive credit for passing the class.

Location: Classroom - MCFD1 Station 5, 4960 Brooklake Rd NE, Brooks, OR  97305.

Skills Practicals - CCC Brooks Drill Grounds, 4910 Brooklake Rd NE, Brooks, OR 97305

Classroom Format:

In Class / Hybrid - Students will be given reading assignments to be completed before class sessions. In class quiz's/tests. Hands on skills days during last two days.

Curriculum: IFSTA, Pumping Apparatus Driver/Operator Handbook, 3rd Edition. Not Provided.

Lunch: Is on your own each day.

Coordinator/Instructor: Bill Johnson, Jefferson Rural Fire Protection District.

Cost: $100.00 - MWFIA Agencies / $125.00 - Outside Agencies

Number of Students: 24

To Register: Request your agency Training Officer enroll you by email by sending your Name, DPSST#, email address, phone number and Agency affiliation to Michael Kahrmann at michael dot kahrmann at hubbardfire dot com. Students may not self register directly. Agency's will be invoiced at the start of the course directly.

Requirements:
Students must be covered by sponsoring agency insurance. Students must bring and wear PPE as required per sponsoring agency policy/SOG during Skills Practical’s. Sponsoring agency agrees as a condition of registration to send  pumping apparatus and a qualified operator during skills days. Sponsoring agencies may combine students/share  apparatus with no more than 4 students assigned per apparatus.

Registration Notice: Cancellations must be made at least 5 days prior to the start of the first class. After that your fire service agency is obligated to pay the course fee(s). Substitutions are permitted prior to the start of the first class session. You must complete all assignments and attend all classes to receive a Notice of Course Completion (NOCC).

NFPA Fire & Emergency Services Instructor 1

Hybrid/Weekend Delivery

Prerequisites: Online coursework February 5th through March 11th, 2022.

Date/Time: Dates: Due to low enrollment, the class has been postponed to continue taking registrations. When new dates are proposed, those will be sent to registered students for confirmation first then updated to the website.

Classroom Format:

Primary: All students in one classroom location each day with 1 or 2 instructors presenting daily.

Backup: Students in smaller groups, scheduled sessions at predetermined times.

Disaster Recovery Plan: TBD if possible.

Students will have independent reading assignments and online Quiz's to complete prior to attending classes. Students will develop lesson plans/outlines and then present those lessons during classroom time.

Location: Due to the unpredictable nature of COVID restrictions occurring in different counties; the venue is currently Stayton Fire District. Participants will be notified a few days prior to the course delivery of any course changes and rotation schedule if required.

Coordinator/Instructor: Jay Alley, Stayton Fire District

Cost: $75.00

Number of Students: 25 maximum. Minimum of 16 required for class to continue.

To Register: Request your agency Training Officer enroll you by email by sending your Name, DPSST#, email address, phone number and Agency affiliation to Michael Kahrmann at michael dot kahrmann at hubbardfire dot com. Students may not self register directly. Agency's will be invoiced at the start of the course directly.

Registration Notice: Cancellations must be made at least 24 hours prior to the start of the first class. After that your fire service agency is obligated to pay the course fee(s). Substitutions are permitted prior to the start of the first class session. You must complete all assignments and attend all classes to receive a Notice of Course Completion (NOCC).