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Program Description:

Fire Fighting Programs at the University of Illinois are designed to give firefighters a realistic and safe experience to improve their skills on the fireground. Classes are held at the Fire Service Institute Champaign training facility, at select regional locations, and at fire stations around the state. While many of the programs taught through the fire fighting programs are similar to classes offered through Cornerstone, the difference lies in the payment method. If a department does not meet the requirements to access Cornerstone funding, they may contract for the class through the fire fighting programs.

Some classes are only available at the Champaign training site. These include Fire Attack Suppression Techniques (FAST), the Certified Firefighter II Academy, Fireground Company Officer, and RIT Under Fire. Others, such as Smoke Divers and Fire Apparatus Engineer, are offered as partnerships with training agencies around the state. Finally, classes such as Engine Company Operations, Truck Company Operations, and Saving Our Own ® are easier to adapt to delivery at a fire department with an adequate acquired structure.

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Courses Offered:

Acquired Structure (House) Burn
Advanced Breathing Apparatus Specialist (Smoke Divers)
Advanced Response to LPG Emergencies
Basic Aerial Apparatus Operations
Basic Company Officer
Basic Engine Company Operations
Basic Firefighter / NFPA Firefighter I Academy
Basic Firefighter/NFPA Firefighter I Module A Online
Basic Firefighter/NFPA Firefighter I Module B Online
Basic Firefighter/NFPA Firefighter I Module C Online
Basic Operations Firefighter Module A
Basic Operations Firefighter Module B
Basic Operations Firefighter Module C
Basic Pumps
Basic Truck Company Operations
Commercial Building Operations
Coordinated Fire Attack
COURAGE TO BE SAFE
COURAGE TO BE SAFE - INSTRUCTOR TRAIN-THE-TRAINER
Down and Dirty Hydraulics
Engine Company Operations
Entry Level Recruit Training
Ethanol Awareness
Ethanol Awareness Online
EXPLORER-CADET FIELD TRAINING
Fire Apparatus Engineer
Fire Apparatus Engineer Online
Fire Attack and Suppression Techniques (FAST)
Fire Behavior and Smoke
Fire Department Incident Safety Officer
Fire Dynamics-Streams
Fire Fighting Core Competencies
Fire Fighting Foam Applications
Fire Ground Communications
Fire Service Vehicle Operator
Fire Service Vehicle Operator Online
Firefighter Rehabilitation and Heat Stress Management
Firefighter Self Rescue and Survival
Fireground Command Officer School
Fireground Management for Small Career and Volunteer Departments
Fires on the Farm
First-In Officer
High Rise Fire Fighting Operations
Hydrant Supply Operations
LEADERSHIP, ACCOUNTABILITY, CULTURE & KNOWLEDGE (LACK)
Light and Fight - Off Campus
Light and Fight - On Campus
Liquefied Petroleum Gas (Propane) Fire Fighting
Looking at Smoke Tactically
Master Stream Operations and Application
NFA Fire Behavior in a Single-Family Residence
NFA Introduction to Wildland and Urban Interface Fire Fighting for Structural Company Officers
NWCG L-280 Followership to Leadership
NWCG RX-301 Prescribed Fire Implementation
NWCG RX-341 Prescribed Fire Plan Preparation
NWCG S-130 Basic Wildland Firefighter Training Field Day
NWCG S-131 Advanced Fire Fighter/Squad Boss
NWCG S-133 Look Up, Look Down, Look Around
NWCG S-200 Initial Attack Incident Commander
NWCG S-211 Portable Pumps and Water Usage
NWCG S-212 Wildland Fire Chain Saws
NWCG S-215 Fire Operations in the Wildland/Urban Interface
NWCG S-230 Wildland Fire Fighting Crew Boss
NWCG S-231 Wildland Engine Boss
NWCG S-234 Ignition Operations
NWCG S-270 Basic Air Operations
NWCG S-290 Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior
NWCG S-300 Extended Attack Incident Commander
NWCG S-330 Task Force/StrikeTeam Leader
NWCG S-336 Tactical Decision Making in Wildland Fire
NWCG S-390 Introduction to Wildland Fire Behavior Calculations
Oil Well Fire Fighting
Rapid Intervention Team - Basics
Rapid Intervention Team Rescue Technician
Residential Building Operations
Routine Emergencies
Rural Engine and Tender Operations
Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus
Tower Burn
Truck Company Operations
Vehicle Fire Fighting

Contacts:
  • Tad Schroeder - On-Site Fire Fighting Program Director/Operations Officer
  • Mark Clapp - LP and Oil Well Program Coordinator

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