Illinois Fire Service Institute

 

Rural Engine and Tender Operations : 8-16 Hours

Student Fee

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Course Description

This practical class brings students together with mutual aid association partners to provide water and adequate fire streams in areas where little water exists. Participants will learn the intricacies of tender (tanker) shuttles, relay-pumping operations, drafting, and other methods to provide sufficient water for fire attacks, whether offensive or defensive in nature. The class can be customized to improve Insurance Service Office rural water supply classification. Static water supplies such as lakes, streams, or swimming pools using floating strainers are options to supply multiple tenders, port-a-tanks and engines. Personnel will be comfortable in supply water “out of town” on completion of the class. Note: Engines and Tenders must be supplied locally.


This course is part of the following Programs

  • cornerstone
  • driver/operator

Prerequisites:

There are no prerequisites to taking this course



If you have specific questions about this course contact TAL PRENDERGAST

If you are interested in having this course taught in your area, contact TAL PRENDERGAST or your regional representative.

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Upcoming Classes

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augusta Sun, Apr 22 2018 -
Sun, Apr 22 2018

rosiclare Sat, May 12 2018 -
Sat, May 12 2018

coello Sat, Aug 4 2018 -
Sat, Aug 4 2018

 
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