FPT 141 - Firefighter Core Competencies Update and Refresher I
This course is part of a three-course sequence which provides a systematic plan of study to assist firefighters to maintain their proficiency in core competencies and knowledge. Completion of the three-course sequence meets requirements for annual firefighter in-service training mandated by 19NYCR Part 426.7. Three class hours.
Prerequisite: FPT 113 or equivalent
Course Learning Outcomes
1.Operate with proficiency self-contained breathing apparatus and other personal protective equipment commonly used by firefighters in firefighting operations.
2.Participate as a member of a firefighting team without supervision by meeting commonly-held expectations of job performance in the field.
3.Demonstrate a variety of necessary skills required of firefighters to perform safely and effectively, which may include: ropes and knot tying, firefighting hand tools, ground ladder practices, forcible entry, selected rescue practices, or apparatus driving.
4.Explain various concepts common to firefighting, which may include: fire protection organization, fire behavior, personal safety and protective equipment, ventilation, areal ladders, or detection and preservation of evidence.
Course Offered Fall only
Use links below to see if this course is offered:
Fall Semester 2018