NWCG S-290 Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior : 24 Hours
Student Fee: Class specific
This class is designed to prepare the company level supervisor to undertake safe and efficient fire ground operations. It develops fire behavior prediction knowledge and skill, including the effects of various environmental, topographic and fuel factors. The class also discusses the types and causes of extreme fire behavior and areas of fire suppression limitations.
This class may be delivered under the IDNR/IFSI Volunteer Fire Assistance Partnership Grant, in which case attendees who are not a member of a volunteer fire department that serves less than 10,000 residents will be billed for the full cost of the training, unless other arrangements are made with the Assistant Director 6 weeks prior to course delivery.
If you have specific questions about this course contact BRIAN BRAUER
If you are interested in having this course taught in your area, contact your regional representative or BRIAN BRAUER. If you are not sure who your regional representative is, take a look at this map. It is color coded by county. The regional representatives are listed below.
As of 05/22/2013
National Fire Protection Association meets some portions of the standard 1056 Wildland Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications