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Chapter 9 Training. Introduction. Training is a career-long commitment that all emergency service personnel must make We must gather and examine information available to us so we do not become a case history ourselves

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Introduction

  • Training is a career-long commitment that all emergency service personnel must make
  • We must gather and examine information available to us so we do not become a case history ourselves
  • Many fatalities have common denominators that have been recognized in previous fatality situations
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Learning Objective 1

Personnel and Positions in a Training Bureau

  • TRAINING BUREAU
    • Time and effort preparing firefighters
    • Plan, prepare, and present information
    • STAFF FUNCTION
    • Five-day-a-week schedule
    • Support the functions of line personnel
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Learning Objective 1

Personnel and Positions in a Training Bureau

  • OPERATIONS FUNCTION
    • Battalion training officers
    • Assess training and overall performance
    • TRAINING OFFICER
    • Aptitude
    • Positive attitude
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Learning Objective 1

Personnel and Positions in a Training Bureau

  • INSTRUCTORS
    • Learn from observing other instructors
    • Access information on training and instructional methodology
    • Some areas of expertise require civilian instructors
    • Professional qualifications: NFPA 1041, Standard for Fire Service Professional Qualifications
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Learning Objective 1

Personnel and Positions in a Training Bureau

  • ELECTRONIC MEDIA TECHNICIAN
    • Valuable resource to any training bureau
    • Increased use of electronic media
    • LIGHT DUTY
    • Restricted from active fire duty due to injury
    • Assists in training and other bureaus
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Learning Objective 1

Personnel and Positions in a Training Bureau

  • INTERAGENCY
    • Jointly train with other agencies
    • Share expertise to gain knowledge
    • Fight fires together; should train together
    • Joint recruit training academies
    • Industrial fire brigades train with fire departments
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Learning Objective 1

Personnel and Positions in a Training Bureau

  • AMBULANCE COMPANIES
    • Sometimes overlooked when joint training takes place
    • Base meetings
      • Can gain advanced medical
      • information from paramedics
      • Air ambulance companies
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Learning Objective 2

The Need for Training in the Fire Service

  • TRAINING FACILITIES
    • Departments may contact local building owners
    • Larger number of personnel require a classroom
    • Drill tower
    • Burn building
    • Draft pit
    • Hazardous material props
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Learning Objective 2

The Need for Training in the Fire Service

  • OFF-SITE TRAINING
    • Wildland fire training
    • High-rise structures under construction
    • Use of a smoke generator
    • Harbors and ships
    • Aircraft firefighting
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Learning Objective 2

The Need for Training in the Fire Service

  • PURPOSE AND IMPORTANCE OF TRAINING
    • Change behavior
    • Safety
    • Size-up
    • Command presence
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Learning Objective 3

Technical and Manipulative Training

  • TECHNICAL TRAINING
    • Hazardous material training
    • EMS training
    • Building construction
    • Extinguishing agents
    • Cont.
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Learning Objective 3

Technical and Manipulative Training

  • TECHNICAL TRAINING
    • Inspecting or supporting extinguishing systems
    • Safety
    • Apparatus limitations
    • Communication systems
    • Written communications
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Learning Objective 3

Technical and Manipulative Training

  • MANIPULATIVE TRAINING
    • Hands-on operations
    • Equipment and tools
    • Evolutions
      • Hose and other equipment
      • Engine operator
      • Cont.
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Learning Objective 3

Technical and Manipulative Training

  • MANIPULATIVE TRAINING
    • Ladder truck operator
    • Wildland firefighting equipment operators
    • Realistic conditions
    • Stress drills
    • Safety
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Learning Objective 4

Adequate Level of Training Determination

  • CRITERIA FOR ADEQUATE LEVELS OF TRAINING
    • First criterion is whether it is being performed safely
    • Second criterion is the complexity of the job
    • Third criterion is with what frequency the job is to be performed
    • Personnel should be trained beyond the minimum level
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Learning Objective 5

Performance Standards Determination

  • PERFORMANCE STANDARDS
    • Factors that determine performance
    • Time is a commonly used criteria
    • Acceptable percentage of errors
    • Safety performance standard
      • Zero tolerance
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Learning Objective 6

How Skills Are Developed

  • SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
    • Ability to use knowledge effectively and readily
    • A developed aptitude or ability
    • Become skilled through instruction, study, and practice
    • Physically fit
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Learning Objective 6

How Skills Are Developed

  • MASTERY OF TASKS
    • Serves as model or ideal
    • Perform to a set standard
    • Perform correctly, not on time
    • Student’s goal is to achieve mastery
    • Will advance to more complicated skills
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Learning Objective 7

Importance of Skills Maintenance

  • SKILLS MAINTENANCE
    • Constant review and practice required
    • SKILLS ASSESSMENT
    • Technical skills
    • Manipulative skills
    • Comprehensive test on both
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Learning Objective 7

Importance of Skills Maintenance

  • ONE DEPARTMENT CONCEPT
    • Standardization of procedures
    • STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES
    • Written procedures specifying what to do
    • Department functions more smoothly
    • Reduces need for fire ground communication
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Learning Objective 7

Importance of Skills Maintenance

  • TRAINING RECORDS
    • Necessary to document training
    • Can be reviewed and assessed
    • Laws and regulations require specific training
    • Training records can be used in court of law
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Learning Objective 8

Training Level Applying

to Incident Effectiveness

  • INCIDENT EFFECTIVENESS
    • Overall purpose of training is incident effectiveness
    • Operations are performed efficiently and safely
    • Better tools and procedures
    • Properly trained firefighters will perform at a high level
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Learning Objective 9

Areas Where Firefighters Require Training

  • REQUIRED TRAINING
    • Many areas of emergency operations
    • Requirement by federal government
    • OSHA 29 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 1910.120
    • First responder operations (FRO) level
    • Average firefighter should train to FRO level
    • Cont.
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Learning Objective 9

Areas Where Firefighters Require Training

  • REQUIRED TRAINING
    • Aircraft firefighting personnel
    • All rescue and firefighting personnel
    • Firefighting skills maintenance
    • Training safety
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Summary

  • New firefighters will spend most of their time learning the skills necessary to perform the job
  • Firefighters will be instructed in the various tools and equipment required and how to use them
  • Exhibit a safety attitude and have zero tolerance for safety violations
  • Personnel training together from different areas of the jurisdiction should be emphasized