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AZ Wildfire Academy:
» 1700 Iron Springs Rd
» Prescott, AZ 86305
» Phone: (928) 442-3563
» Fax: (928) 771-0407
2015 Arizona Wildfire and Incident Management Academy
March 7-13, 2015
|This year's academy will offer 45 classes from Saturday through Friday. The classes will cover positions in all ICS areas; Command and General Staff, Operations, Plans, Logistics and Finance. There will be courses from National Wildfire Coordination Group, FEMA, and independent instructors. The classes will be available for entry level positions up to Incident Commander. Please check our Course Schedule page, and Course Descriptions page to select the class that is right for you and your qualifications.
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Payment is required at time of registration ($65 per day for most classes).
Classes will be held at:
Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
3700 Willow Creek Rd
Prescott, AZ 86301
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* New Class Offering *
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for Crew Members, TFLD, DIVS, ENGB ...
• Advanced Fireline First Responder: (16 hrs)
All-hazard Medical Solutions proudly presents this two day course addressing the essential knowledge and skills for crews, TFLD, DIVS, ENGB and other line qualified personnel to successful resolve medical incidents on wildland fires. This course represents the most advanced training available for fireline and all-hazard medical incidents. Wilderness medical theory and basic procedures are addressed; however, they are not the foundation of this program. Realistic, hands-on scenarios will reinforce course content.
» Topics include: Proper uses of Incident Resources; Medical Legal Issues; Theory and Management of an Incident Within an Incident; Medical Incident Report; Leadership and ICS Responsibilities; Patient Packaging; Litter/SKED Operations; Technical Rescue & Fireline Operations including Hazard Mitigation
» Course Prerequisites: S-130/190