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Class: 10671 Municipal Approach to Aircraft Rescue
State/Campus: 
Public Safety Training Center
Start Date: 
6/25/2020
Delivery Mode: 
In Person Classroom
Credits/CEU: 
0.40
City/Location: 
Public Safety Training Center

End Date: 
6/26/2020

Total Hours: 
16.00

Fee: 
$495.00
 
Description:
Covers tactics and strategies, interior operations, engine, wheel, brake and APU/nacelle fires, rescue procedures, practical search, aircraft familiarization, analyzing major airplane crashes, and aircraft fire scenarios. This course allows municipal firefighters to work in tandem with ARFF on airport incidents and accidents.

Meeting Times:
6/25/2020 - 6/26/2020 Thursday, Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM ARFF106

Class Notes:
This basic course is designed to address the needs of a municipal department’s response to an aircraft incident or accident and integrate seamlessly with ARFF personnel. This course allows municipal firefighters to work in tandem with ARFF on airport incidents/accidents and provides a basic understanding of handling aircraft incident/accidents off airport property. The target audience for this course are municipal fire and safety personnel who are expected to assist during an airport emergency. To enroll in this course, students must be an accredited and certified “Firefighter I”. The student will need to send certification to Ben Sokol at sokol@fvtc.edu at least two weeks prior to the start of the course. The fees for this term have not been approved by the state. The fee will be determined by April 1. The estimated fee will be $495.00. Due to the evolving nature of the Public Health Emergency, all training and class offerings may be subject to future date, time, location and/or delivery method changes.


 
   
Class: 10676 Municipal Approach to Aircraft Rescue
State/Campus: 
Public Safety Training Center
Start Date: 
7/23/2020
Delivery Mode: 
In Person Classroom
Credits/CEU: 
0.40
City/Location: 
Public Safety Training Center

End Date: 
7/24/2020

Total Hours: 
16.00

Fee: 
$495.00
 
Description:
Covers tactics and strategies, interior operations, engine, wheel, brake and APU/nacelle fires, rescue procedures, practical search, aircraft familiarization, analyzing major airplane crashes, and aircraft fire scenarios. This course allows municipal firefighters to work in tandem with ARFF on airport incidents and accidents.

Meeting Times:
7/23/2020 - 7/24/2020 Thursday, Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM ARFF106

Class Notes:
This basic course is designed to address the needs of a municipal department’s response to an aircraft incident or accident and integrate seamlessly with ARFF personnel. This course allows municipal firefighters to work in tandem with ARFF on airport incidents/accidents and provides a basic understanding of handling aircraft incident/accidents off airport property. The target audience for this course are municipal fire and safety personnel who are expected to assist during an airport emergency. To enroll in this course, students must be an accredited and certified “Firefighter I”. The student will need to send certification to Ben Sokol at sokol@fvtc.edu at least two weeks prior to the start of the course. The fees for this term have not been approved by the state. The fee will be determined by April 1. The estimated fee will be $495.00. Due to the evolving nature of the Public Health Emergency, all training and class offerings may be subject to future date, time, location and/or delivery method changes.


 
   
Class: 22480 Municipal Approach to Aircraft Rescue
State/Campus: 
Public Safety Training Center
Start Date: 
8/20/2020
Delivery Mode: 
In Person Classroom
Credits/CEU: 
0.40
City/Location: 
Public Safety Training Center

End Date: 
8/21/2020

Total Hours: 
16.00

Fee: 
$495.00
 
Description:
Covers tactics and strategies, interior operations, engine, wheel, brake and APU/nacelle fires, rescue procedures, practical search, aircraft familiarization, analyzing major airplane crashes, and aircraft fire scenarios. This course allows municipal firefighters to work in tandem with ARFF on airport incidents and accidents.

Meeting Times:
8/20/2020 - 8/21/2020 Thursday, Friday 8:00 AM - 4:40 PM ARFF106

Class Notes:
This basic course is designed to address the needs of a municipal department’s response to an aircraft incident or accident and integrate seamlessly with ARFF personnel. This course allows municipal firefighters to work in tandem with ARFF on airport incidents/accidents and provides a basic understanding of handling aircraft incident/accidents off airport property. The target audience for this course are municipal fire and safety personnel who are expected to assist during an airport emergency. To enroll in this course, students must be an accredited and certified “Firefighter I”. The student will need to send certification to Ben Sokol at sokol@fvtc.edu at least two weeks prior to the start of the course. The fees for this term have not been approved by the state. The fee will be determined by April 1. The estimated fee will be $495.00. Due to the evolving nature of the Public Health Emergency, all training and class offerings may be subject to future date, time, location and/or delivery method changes.


 
   
Class: 22481 Municipal Approach to Aircraft Rescue
State/Campus: 
Public Safety Training Center
Start Date: 
9/24/2020
Delivery Mode: 
In Person Classroom
Credits/CEU: 
0.40
City/Location: 
Public Safety Training Center

End Date: 
9/25/2020

Total Hours: 
16.00

Fee: 
$495.00
 
Description:
Covers tactics and strategies, interior operations, engine, wheel, brake and APU/nacelle fires, rescue procedures, practical search, aircraft familiarization, analyzing major airplane crashes, and aircraft fire scenarios. This course allows municipal firefighters to work in tandem with ARFF on airport incidents and accidents.

Meeting Times:
9/24/2020 - 9/25/2020 Thursday, Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM ARFF106

Class Notes:
This basic course is designed to address the needs of a municipal department’s response to an aircraft incident or accident and integrate seamlessly with ARFF personnel. This course allows municipal firefighters to work in tandem with ARFF on airport incidents/accidents and provides a basic understanding of handling aircraft incident/accidents off airport property. The target audience for this course are municipal fire and safety personnel who are expected to assist during an airport emergency. To enroll in this course, students must be an accredited and certified “Firefighter I”. The student will need to send certification to Ben Sokol at sokol@fvtc.edu at least two weeks prior to the start of the course. The fees for this term have not been approved by the state. The fee will be determined by April 1. The estimated fee will be $495.00. Due to the evolving nature of the Public Health Emergency, all training and class offerings may be subject to future date, time, location and/or delivery method changes.


 
   
Class: 22483 Municipal Approach to Aircraft Rescue
State/Campus: 
Public Safety Training Center
Start Date: 
10/22/2020
Delivery Mode: 
In Person Classroom
Credits/CEU: 
0.40
City/Location: 
Public Safety Training Center

End Date: 
10/23/2020

Total Hours: 
16.00

Fee: 
$495.00
 
Description:
Covers tactics and strategies, interior operations, engine, wheel, brake and APU/nacelle fires, rescue procedures, practical search, aircraft familiarization, analyzing major airplane crashes, and aircraft fire scenarios. This course allows municipal firefighters to work in tandem with ARFF on airport incidents and accidents.

Meeting Times:
10/22/2020 - 10/23/2020 Thursday, Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM ARFF106

Class Notes:
This basic course is designed to address the needs of a municipal department’s response to an aircraft incident or accident and integrate seamlessly with ARFF personnel. This course allows municipal firefighters to work in tandem with ARFF on airport incidents/accidents and provides a basic understanding of handling aircraft incident/accidents off airport property. The target audience for this course are municipal fire and safety personnel who are expected to assist during an airport emergency. To enroll in this course, students must be an accredited and certified “Firefighter I”. The student will need to send certification to Ben Sokol at sokol@fvtc.edu at least two weeks prior to the start of the course. The fees for this term have not been approved by the state. The fee will be determined by April 1. The estimated fee will be $495.00. Due to the evolving nature of the Public Health Emergency, all training and class offerings may be subject to future date, time, location and/or delivery method changes.