Course Content and Outcome Guide for FP 293
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- FP 293
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- Adv Firefighting Tac & Strat
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Course DescriptionStudies response and size-up, fire-ground tactics and analysis, post-mortem, pre-fire survey and planning, combined operations, mutual aid, disaster planning and problems in unusual fire operations. Prerequisite: FP 203A.
Intended Outcomes for the course
1.0 Pre-Fire Planning
Instructional Goals: Given a target hazard occupancy, the student will be able to develop a pre-fire plan and explain it's importance.
1.1 Students will demonstrate knowledge in building construction types and occupancy classifications.
1.2 Students will demonstrate an understanding of pre-incident resource identification.
1.2.1 Initial response equipment
1.2.2 Special resource requirements, i.e.; Haz-Mat Units
1.2.3 Estimated fire flow requirements
1.3 Students will develop a pre-fire plan of a target hazard occupancy.
1.3.1 Expected fire behavior
1.3.2 Anticipated hazards by type of occupancy
1.3.3 Develop strategy
1.3.4 Develop contingency plans for anticipated problems
1.4 Students will describe what effect fire has on building stability given various construction types.
1.5 Students will describe the influence building construction has on fire behavior.
2.0 Incident Strategy
Instructional Goals: To have an in-depth knowledge of Incident Strategy development and implementation.
2.1 Students will demondstrate a thorough knowledge of incident strategy components and how they inter-relate.
2.2 Students will develop an emergency operational action plan when given a target hazard occupancy simulation.
2.3 STudents will develop atlternate plans to show preparedness when dealing with a dynamic emergency scene.
2.4 Students will develop and explain three strategic purposes for ventilation.
2.4.1 Life safety/rescue operations
2.4.2 Assisting in fire attack/heat removal
2.4.3 Salvage operations/property conservation
3.0 Incident Command Structure
Instructional Goals: To demonstrate knowledge and skill in working within the operations area of the incident command system.
3.1 Students will explain the function and responsibilities of leadership roles assigned within the operations section of the Incident Command System.
3.1.1 Division/group supervisor
3.1.2 Strike team leader
3.1.3 Task force leader
3.1.4 Crew leader
4.0 Emergency Scene Operations
Instructional Goals: Given a simulated fire situation, the student will develop and implement an Incident Command System.
4.1 Students will explain and identify fire ground factors which influence emergency scene size-up.
4.1.1 Structural fire operations
4.1.2 Wildland/forest fire operations
4.2 Students will describe emergency scene management procedures required to confine, control and extinguish a fire.
4.2.1 Structural fire
4.2.2 Wildland/forest fire
4.2.3 Flammable liquid fire
4.3 Students will describe and explain initial fire hoseline placements.
4.3.1 Structural fire
4.3.2 Wildland/forest fire