Course Catalog

Name Department Primary Contact Secondary Contact Next Delivery Code Cost A Cost B Description
DRIVER/OPERATOR NFPA 1002: PUMPER APPARATUS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 08/14/2017 1002 $675 $945 This course is designed to meet and exceed the NFPA 1002 standard. Subject matter includes but not limited to: The Fire Pump, Driving, Performance Testing, and Mathematics for the Driver Operator. Hands on activities are incorporated to enhance the knowledge gained through the subject matter.
SMOKE DIVER Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 10/30/2017 500 $420 $555 This is a physically demanding, advanced fire fighter course with a focus on fire suppression and structure fire rescue. The course activities are designed to provide realistic fireground working conditions, requiring the student to learn as a team member the limitations of equipment and physical conditioning. Course activities are designed to teach: the limitations of fire fighter personal protective equipment, tactics involving flammable liquid and gas scenarios, structure fire rescue techniques, navigating in fire structures in zero visibility, hose line techniques utilizing 1 3/4" and 2 1/2" attack lines, tactics for interior fire attack, and rappelling while utilizing fire fighter protective equipment. The emphasis of this class is personal fire fighter safety while functioning as a team member, exposing the student to a multitude of scenarios designed to be as realistic as possible.
FIRE INVESTIGATOR 1033 Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 09/11/2017 1033 $640 $905 Areas covered include: the chemistry of fire, fire dynamics, analysis of fire patterns, determining the cause/origin of fires, firefighting operations, fire investigation, fire scene investigation, safety, recognizing hazardous materials, fire scene explosion investigation, legal consideration of fire investigation, interviewing/interrogating, and preparing the arson case for courtroom presentation.
BASIC RESCUE OPERATIONS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 001 $0 $0 This course provides classroom instruction in fire behavior, self-contained breathing apparatus, rescue, first aid, and ropes and knots. In addition, practical activities are included in using and maintaining SCBAs, search patterns, and first aid procedures.
FIREGROUND SUPPORT OPERATIONS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 003 $0 $0 This course focuses on the very important operations used in conjunction with fire attack procedures to achieve fire suppression and control. Classroom presentations include: Fire Behavior, Ventilation, Ladders, Salvage and Overhaul, Forcible Entry, and Power Tools. Demonstrations and simulations provide practical experience for the participants.
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS: INITIAL RESPONSE Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 011 $0 $0 This course covers material outlined in NFPA 472 and OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 for initial response and action in emergency operations awareness and operational levels. Classroom presentations cover Recognition and Identification of Hazardous Materials, Initial Response Procedures, Safety Zones, Personal Protective Equipment, and Decontamination.
AUTOMOBILE EXTRICATION Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 012 $0 $0 This course is an excellent guide to the basic methods of auto extrication, covering the subjects of scene safety and stabilization, patient care, and actual extrication techniques. The student is exposed to various methods and tools needed to perform an extrication. Hands-on practical demonstrations allows the students to utilize the local equipment in performing simulated rescues. A special thanks to the New Albany Fire Department for video demonstrations used in this course.
FIRE OFFICER 1021-I-II Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 1021 $615 $1,125 This course is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of current fire officers. It will also introduce future fire officers to various issues and situations encountered by many of today’s company officers. The course contains subjects, discussions, and class activities that pertain specifically to fire officers. Course topics include: human resource management, community awareness/public relations, organizational structure, administration, budgeting, communication, etc. Students with accessibility to laptop computers are encouraged to bring them to class.
FIRE FIGHTER 1001-III Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 1001-3 $0 $0 None found.
STATE CERTIFIED VOLUNTER FIRE FIGHTER: LEVEL I Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby V-CERTFD $15 $0 None found.
INDUSTRIAL REFRESHER FIRE FIGHTER TRAINING Industry Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 07/27/2017 711-8 $0 $0 None found.
ROPE RESCUE II Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 08/07/2017 530-2 $0 $505 This course reinforces the basics learned and demonstrated in Rope Rescue-I, and begins to provide to the student methods to learn advanced high angle rescue techniques. Included in the course are: complex anchors, advanced hauling systems, specialized patient packaging and scenarios utilizing high angle facilities at the Academy. Team leader functions are rotated among all participants to facilitate the development of leadership skills during rescue activities. All participants will function as a rescuer, safety, belay, and team leader during scenario based training activities. This course references NFPA 1006 Chapter 6. Students must achieve a 70% or greater on exam and practical skills testing in order to receive a certificate.
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TECHNICIAN-II Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 472-T2 $0 $630 This course builds upon the information established in the Haz Mat Tech-I course. Students should bring information acquired during Tech-I in order to build upon it. Testing will also be required just as in the Tech-I course, with a comprehensive review of past nomenclature and information. Review of information will be brief in order to maintain a level of 50% hands-on activity and 50% lecture. Further information will be provided in areas such as monitoring devices, railroad tank car and highway tanker valving arrangements and nomenclature. A variety of scenarios will be demonstrated, using small teams, to reinforce subject presented in the classroom.
ROPE RESCUE TECHNICIAN - I Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 08/14/2017 530-1 $0 $505 This course is an introduction to the subject of high angle rescue. It is designed to build students’ confidence in their ability to use modern rope rescue techniques. Throughout the course, emphasis is placed on safety of both the victim and the rescuer. Subjects include: basic information on ropes and knots, rigging, simple mechanical advantages, and other related equipment. The primary purpose of this course is to provide students with a safe environment to learn proper techniques in anchor identification, rappelling, gaining access to victims, and in building both individual and team confidence. This course references NFPA 1006 Chapters 5-6. Students must achieve a 70% or greater on exam and practice skills testing in order to receive a certificate.
CONFINED SPACE RESCUE Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 09/25/2017 532 $0 $505 This course is designed to help fire service organizations meet the demands general industry has concerning confined space entry and rescue. General industry has been under pressure to comply with federal regulations established in OSHA’s standard Permit-Required Confined Spaces for General Industry, 29 CFR 1910.146. This standard either requires general industry to develop a rescue team within the organization, or to have a written agreement with an outside organization who will respond to the industrial site within specific time frames to perform rescue functions. This course will address lock-out/tag-out, ventilation, air monitoring, protective clothing, rescue equipment, patient packaging, patient removal from confined spaces, and supplied air breathing apparatus. Students must achieve a 70% or greater on exams at Level I and Level II as well as practical skills testing to receive a certificate.
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TECHNICIAN-I Industry Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 472-T1 $450 $0 None found.
INDUSTRIAL INTERIOR/EXTERIOR REFRESHER FIRE FIGHTER TRAINING Industry Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 711-40 $0 $0 None found.
FIRE SERVICE MANAGEMENT 101 Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 07/31/2017 601 $415 $550 This course is designed to assist the fire service leaders in addressing information not normally found in other Academy courses. Course focuses on the individual fire officer and varied management and supervisory issues. Information presented will assist the fire officer in making informed decisions required for personnel supervision and organizational change. Specifically, participants will be introduced to subjects such as: the legal aspects of providing fire protection, purchasing laws and regulations, equipment management issues, auditing issues, organizational relationship to the Mississippi Rating Bureau, sexual harassment, and conflict resolution.
INDUSTRIAL REFRESHER FIRE FIGHTER TRAINING Industry Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 711-24 $0 $0 None found.
INDUSTRIAL REFRESHER FIRE FIGHTER TRAINING Industry Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 711-16 $0 $0 None found.
LP-GAS TACTICS & LIVE FIRE DRILL Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 550 $0 $0 This course is designed to help the emergency responders better understand the hazards of LP gases and prepare for response to the uncontrolled release of LP gas or fire. The first night is a lecture/ discussion on the chemical and physical properties as well as proper tactical procedures to use in the event of an uncontrolled release or fire. The second night consists of live fire training exercises. This course references NFPA Standard 1001.
FIREGROUND LEADERSHIP Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 11/13/2017 611 $360 $495 This course is designed to address the management needs of first-in engine company officers or officials who are responsible for emergency response actions, including the direct supervision of other fire personnel, prior to the arrival of higher ranking departmental officials. The main focus of the course is to advance the ability of the initial officer in charge of the scene of a fire situation to safely manage the response actions of assigned personnel. The course curriculum includes preparation for response, decision making, and tactical operations.
CERTIFIED ADVANCED RESCUE TECHNICIAN Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 536 $400 $535 This course is designed to bring together different types of rescue subject matter into one course. It develops through realistic, scenario based training, team leader decision making necessary to accomplish rescue tactics in a safe manner. Course reinforces information found in earlier course prerequisites and seeks to demonstrate how the application of this information can be modified and applied to solve various rescue situations. Course includes: topographical map reading, compasses and their use, and overland rescue techniques, to complement other subject matter from disciplines such as structural firefighting, hazardous materials, rope and confined space rescue.
EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO TERRORISM: BASIC CONCEPTS Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 472-A-TBC $34 $34 None found.
PASSENGER BUS RESCUE & INCIDENT MANAGEMENT Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 022-8C $1,030 $2,060 This 8-hour class is designed specifically for emergency responders who may encounter accidents involving passenger buses with multiple victims. The course provides essential knowledge to ensure procedures are followed when extricating, stabilizing, and managing this type incident. Classroom instruction will include: Basic Construction Features * Stabilizing Passenger Buses * Incident Management * Fires Involving Passenger Buses * Basic and Advanced Rescue Techniques This course references NFPA Standard 1006.
LEADERSHIP I: STRATEGIES FOR COMPANY SUCCESS National Fire Academy Pat Brown Steven Ashby N-LS-I $0 $0 None found.
FIRE DEPARTMENT SAFETY OFFICER 1521 Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 1521-99 $360 $530 This newly revised course is designed to allow the students to utilize new and conventional learning methodologies. The hybrid format of this course is designed for the students to be able to use the internet to complete some pre-course work on their own, and then come on campus in a classroom setting to learn with other students about being a Fire Department Safety Officer. The newly revised version covers subjects such as reading smoke and buildings, working with the IC, being the ISO at various types of incidents and during training. The text being utilized for this course is “Fire Department Incident Safety Officer”, Jones & Bartlett, Third Edition.
AIRCRAFT RESCUE FIRE FIGHTER REFRESHER TRAINING Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 060-8C $385 $0 None found.
AIRCRAFT RESCUE FIRE FIGHTER REFRESHER TRAINING Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 060-24C $450 $0 None found.
AIRCRAFT RESCUE FIRE FIGHTER REFRESHER TRAINING Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 060-6C $315 $0 None found.
AIRPORT FIRE FIGHTER Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 10/16/2017 1003 $790 $790 This IFSAC and PROBOARD accredited course is designed utilizing the most current edition of NFPA-1003. The twelve subject areas will help the Airport Fire Fighter establish the necessary skills needed to combat airport and aircraft emergencies. The Airport Fire Fighter program is compliant with FAA regulations and far exceeds the Federal Aviation Regulation Part 139. This course is taught via lecture, interactive computer based training, video, and hands on training utilizing full size props. The props include many general aviation aircraft, rotary wing aircraft, as well as a large commercial passenger DC-9. The fire fighter will extinguish fires ranging from three dimensional running fuel fires to a 5000 square foot pit fire with an aircraft mockup. The Mississippi Fire Academy is one of only a few fire-training facilities that utilizes flammable liquid pit fires, which will bring a sense of realism to the Airport Fire Fighter. Live burn evolutions will be performed utilizing portable fire extinguishers, wheeled units, hand lines, foam units, and ARFF vehicles. The course will consist of written and skills examinations.
NATIONAL FIRE ACADEMY-MS WEEKEND PROGRAM National Fire Academy Pat Brown Steven Ashby NFA-WKN $0 $0 None found.
INDUSTRIAL RESCUE REFRESHER Industry Nick Ragan Nick Ragan IND-RES-24 $0 $0 None found.
INDUSTRIAL EMERGENCY RESPONSE TRAINING Industry Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 719-24 $0 $0 None found.
FIRE OFFICER 1021-I-II Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 1021-F $1,964 $3,928 The Fire Officer course is designed to meet or exceed NFPA 1021 standard. The Field Evaluation is designed to allow the local course coordinator/manager to deliver the course in the same format as the on-campus Fire Officer 1021-I-II. Each subject is tested separately. Subjects are listed for each module to give the local course coordinator/ manager a format to build a flexible training schedule. Daily classroom subjects will be broken into 2 modules. Please contact the course coordinator for the subjects in each module. All skills must be typed. Students participate in activities to build skills and enhance learning. These activities include written communications, personnel performance evaluation, disciplinary actions, etc.
CPAT EXAM Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 09/12/2017 CPAT-E $40 $0 Course is designed to meet the physical entry requirements set forth by the Mississippi Fire Personnel Minimum Standards and Certification Board. The candidates will be given a brief “orientation” prior to starting CPAT. The CPAT is divided into eight physical tasks. The tasks are the stair climb, hose drag, equipment carry, ladder raise and extension, forcible entry, search, rescue, and ceiling breach and pull. The CPAT is a Pass/Fail test and must be completed within 10 minutes and 20 seconds. Candidates who successfully pass the CPAT are then eligible to enroll in a Mississippi Fire Personnel Minimum Standards and Certification Board approved Fire Fighter 1001-I-II course.
ROPE RESCUE I - MODULE 1 Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 530-F1 $0 $0 This course was developed to assist local departments in preparing for technical high angle rescue operations. The course is constructed to provide awareness level rescue information, complemented with equipment nomenclature and basic skills development. The goal of this program is two-fold: first to standardize high angle rescue information for organizations across the state, and secondly to provide an off-campus training path for organizations to receive state certification as a Rope Rescue Technician-I, normally provided on campus in a 40-hour, week-long class (see page 40 for further details).
CONFINED SPACE RESCUE-MODULE 1 Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 532-F1 $0 $0 This course was developed to assist local departments in preparing for technical rescue situations involving entry into municipal and industrial confined spaces. The course is constructed to provide awareness level rescue information, complementing information provided in Rope Rescue - Module 4. The goal of this program is two-fold; first to standardize confined space rescue across the state, and secondly, to provide an off-campus training path for organizations to receive state certification in Confined Space Rescue, which is normally provided on-campus in a 40-hour, week long class (see page 43 for further details).
HALE PUMP Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby HALEPUMP $170 $255 Hale Fire Pumps will conduct a three day hands-on fire pump rebuilding course at the Academy. Instructors for the course will be representatives from the Hale Fire Pump factory based in Conshohocken, PA. This course is designed to instruct students on rebuilding centrifugal fire pumps.
INDUSTRIAL FIRE BRIGADE TRAINING Industry Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 700-40 $0 $0 None found.
ROPE RESCUE I - MODULE 2 Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 530-F2 $0 $0 This course was developed to further assist local departments in preparing for technical high angle rescue operations. The course is constructed to provide operational level rescue information, complemented with necessary skills development toward advancing the individual’s ability to perform safely in a high angle rescue environment. The goal of this program is to continue providing an off-campus training path for organizations to receive state Academy certification as a Rope Rescue Technician-I.
ROPE RESCUE I - MODULE 3 Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 530-F3 $0 $0 This course was developed to further assist local departments in preparing for technical high angle rescue operations. The course is constructed to assess team member skill level after successfully completing Module 1/ Module 2. This is the third module toward Rope Rescue Technician-I certification, advancing the individual’s ability to perform safely as a team member in the high angle rescue environment.
ROPE RESCUE I - MODULE 4 Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 530-F4 $0 $0 This course was developed to further assist local departments in preparing for technical high angle rescue operations. The course is constructed to provide scenario based training exercises for the demonstration of individual and team skill in providing technical rescue services. This is the fourth and final module toward Rope Rescue Technician-I certification, where individuals demonstrate their ability to perform safely as a team member in a variety of high angle rescue situations.
CONFINED SPACE RESCUE MODULE 2 Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 532-F2 $0 $0 This course was developed to further assist local departments in preparing for technical rescue situations involving entry into municipal and industrial confined spaces. The course is constructed to provide operational level rescue information, complemented with necessary skills development toward advancing the individual’s ability to perform safely in confined space rescue situations. The goal of this program is to continue providing an off-campus training path for organizations to receive state certification in Confined Space Rescue.
CONFINED SPACE RESCUE MODULE 3 Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 532-F3 $0 $0 This course was developed to further assist local departments in preparing for technical confined space rescue operations. The course is constructed to assess team member skill level after successfully completing Module 1 and Module 2. This module advances student toward Confined Space Rescue certification, advancing the individual’s ability to perform safely as a team member during confined space rescue operations.
CONFINED SPACE RESCUE MODULE 4 Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 532-F4 $0 $0 This course was developed to further assist local departments in preparing for technical confined space rescue operations. The course is constructed to provide scenario based training exercises for the demonstration of individual and team skill in providing technical rescue services. This is the fourth and final module toward Confined Space Rescue certification, where individuals demonstrate their ability to perform safely as team members in a variety of confined space rescue situations.
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TECHNICIAN Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 472-MT1 $0 $0 None found.
FIRE SERVICE INSTRUCTOR 1041-I Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 1041-1-C03 $175 $335 None found.
FIRE INSPECTOR 1031-I Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 1031-1-03 $885 $1,160 This course is designed to prepare the student to perform at the level of Fire Inspector I. Students gain knowledge about: development, adoption, and use of fire related codes and standards; authority, jurisdiction, and duty of a Fire Inspector; importance of code enforcement; and critical components of the Inspector’s job. The course also prepares students to research code-related problems. Students will also work in groups as they perform “inspections” during field trips to local occupancies.
CHEMISTRY OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS: FIRE CHEM I Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 540-FC1 $136 $805 This course provides the basic knowledge required to evaluate the potential hazards and behaviors of materials considered to be hazardous for one or a combination of reasons. Directed at the underlying reasons for the chemical behavior of hazardous materials, the course is designed to improve decision-making, safety in operations at incidents, and the possible complex handling problems of materials when they are released from their containers. The course is chemistry oriented, but students without any chemistry background can complete the course of instruction. Students attending this course should be emergency response personnel who have the responsibility for analysis, management, and/or tactical response to a hazardous materials incident, or fire prevention, investigation or inspection personnel who need some knowledge of the hazardous properties of substances.
INDUSTRIAL RESCUE REFRESHER Industry Nick Ragan Nick Ragan IND-RES-16 $0 $0 None found.
REFRESHER HAZ MAT TRAINING Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 712-8 $0 $0 None found.
EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross EMED-04 $60 $85 This course is designed to meet the emergency medical care performance capability requirements for entry level fire fighters. At a minimum, the performance requirements shall include infection control, bleeding control, and shock management. Prior to entering 1001 to meet the requirements of Chapter 4 of the NFPA 1001 minimum standard, applicants must successfully complete a Fire Service Minimum Standards and Certification Board approved course. This course does not include CPR certification.
SOURCES OF ASSISTANCE/HAZ MAT ICS/CHEM. TERMS & DEFINITIONS Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 472-4AR1 $0 $0 Module will identify sources of chemical information and activities designed to retrieve useful chemical information. This module will also include the use of SCBA and supplied air under stressed and non-stressed conditions. You will review the Incident Command System in emergency situations and basic chemical terms and definitions.
TOXICOLOGY/MONITORING DEVICES/WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 472-4AR2 $0 $0 Module will review toxicology terms and definitions along with monitoring devices and monitoring operations. The module will cover the make-up and operation of different monitors. You will review weapons of mass destruction nomenclature.
DECONTAMINATION/CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 472-4AR3 $0 $0 Module will cover the basic fundamentals of building a chemical reduction corridor and the proper techniques of using a “decon” line. It will also address the components, types and features of chemical protective clothing, and spill and leak control techniques.
CHLORINE/COMMUNICATIONS WITH THE MEDIA Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 472-4AR4 $0 $0 Module will address the chemical hazards of chlorine; containers used to transport and store chlorine, and confinement techniques useful in emergencies. The use of the “A”, “B”, and “C” kits takes place outside. This will also cover the proper ways of dealing with the media during emergency situations.
NON-BULK CONTAINERS/HIGHWAY CARRIERS/RAIL CARS Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 472-4AR5 $0 $0 Module covers haz-mat container identification, features and nomenclature. Small containers and transportation modes are covered in this portion. Overpacking and chlorine kit application are conducted outside.
RESPONDING TO HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENTS Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 472-4AR6 $0 $0 Module culminates the training path of persons participating in the field delivery of the Hazardous Materials Technician program. During this session, participants will function as a response team member to mitigate numerous haz-mat incidents varying in size and complexity. All members must demonstrate competency in skills previously practiced. The module will require students to travel to the Academy for Friday–Saturday delivery, or other days set up by host and Academy coordinators.
RAPID INTERVENTION TEAMS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 096 $0 $0 This course is designed to prepare fire fighters for “Operations” level RIT duties. It combines both “Awareness” and “Operations” level training for participants who have minimal experience in RIT work, and can be adapted to be utilized for students with various levels of RIT experience.
FIRE SERVICE CHAPLAIN Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 1575-FC $125 $180 This course is designed for any emergency response personnel who have a desire to be available for those in need while going through their time of confusion and traumatic change. This two-day class deals with identifying the impact of line of duty deaths and injuries, and the contributing factors that may influence reducing line-of-duty deaths and injuries.
THE FIRE APPARATUS DRIVER Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 007 $0 $0 This course is designed to address the everyday challenges of driving a fire apparatus. Subjects covered include: Fire Apparatus Inspection and Maintenance, Operating Emergency Vehicles, Positioning and Spotting the Fire Apparatus, and Recent Incidents Involving Fire Apparatus in Mississippi. Activities include basic operation of a fire apparatus (if allowed by hosting department).
FIRE ACADEMY FOR ELECTED/PUBLIC OFFICIALS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 10/05/2017 175 $0 $0 This program is designed to be a fun day. It will familiarize the elected/public officials with the basic operations of their local fire departments. Participants will attend a brief inside classroom session consisting of an overview of the Mississippi Fire Rating System, fire science, and what it takes for a fire fighter to go from application to apparatus. Outside activities will include donning a self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) as well as driving an attack pumper or aerial ladder truck through an obstacle course. Optional outside activities include a live fire attack in a burning structure. Participants will have the opportunity to witness some of the dangers faced by their fire fighters. Students will be escorted by Mississippi State Fire Academy Instructors during any outside training evolution.
CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES EVACUATION ISSUES Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 136 $0 $0 None found.
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS FOR FIRST RESPONDERS Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 472-AW/OP $145 $255 None found.
AIRCRAFT RESCUE FIRE FIGHTER REFRESHER TRAINING Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 060-3C $205 $0 These courses are designed to meet the annual live fire training requirements of the Federal Aviation Regulation Part 139.319. The length of the course can be customized to meet the needs of a specific department in a three, six, eight, or twenty-four hour format. Three, six and eight hour formats include 10% classroom and 90% skills training. Twenty-four hour format includes sixteen hours classroom and eight hours skills training. Three, six and eight hour classes are available only on-campus. Twenty-four hour consists of eight hours at host department and sixteen hours on-campus. This course references NFPA Standard 1003. Classroom sessions and subjects include: -portable fire extinguishers on flammable liquids fires -flowing flammable liquid fuel fire -pressurized fuel fire -flammable liquids fires controlled with hoselines -flammable liquids fires controlled with hoselines/foam -search & rescue in a smoke filled aircraft -interior aircraft fires
DRIVER/OPERATOR NFPA 1002: PUMPER APPARATUS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 1002-F $1,964 $3,928 This course exceeds the NFPA standard for 1002 Pumping Apparatus. This format is designed to allow local fire departments to deliver the course in the same form as the on-campus Driver/Operator: Pumper. The local course coordinator/manager is provided a complete package to manage the delivery of the course. This package includes lesson plans/PowerPoint® presentations, activities, etc. The course activities are designed to prepare students to successfully pass the skill examination. This delivery consists of the two test sessions located below. Daily classroom subjects and activities include: SESSION 1 Types of Apparatus Apparatus Check-Out & Maintenance Water The Fire Pump Fire Hose, Appliances, & Nozzles Mathematics for the Driver Operator Driving Fire Apparatus Emergency Vehicle Driving SESSION 2 Fireground Operations Drafting & Water Shuttle Operations Relay Pump Operations Foam Performance Testing *The local coordinator may alter course schedule provided it is approved by Academy course coordinator.
DRIVER/OPERATOR NFPA 1002: AERIAL APPARATUS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 1002-AAF $1,964 $3,928 This course is designed to meet and exceed the NFPA 1002 standard. The local course coordinator/manager is provided a complete package to manage the delivery of the course. This package includes lesson plans/ PowerPoint presentations, activities, etc. The course activities are designed to prepare students to successfully pass the skill examination. Although the Field Course Evaluation lists sessions below, each subject is tested individually. Subjects are listed in sessions to give the local course coordinator/manager a format to build a flexible training schedule. Daily classroom subjects and activities include: Types of Construction of Aerial Apparatus Apparatus Inspection & Maintenance Driving Aerial Apparatus Positioning Aerial Apparatus Stabilizing the Apparatus Operating Telescoping Aerial Apparatus Operating Articulating Aerial Apparatus Aerial Apparatus Strategies & Tactics Testing Aerial Apparatus
MS EXECUTIVE FIRE OFFICER 1021-III-IV MODULE 1 Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 1021EFO-M1 $1,278 $1,958 None found.
MS EXECUTIVE FIRE OFFICER 1021-III-IV MODULE 2 Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 1021EFO-M2 $0 $0 None found.
MS EXECUTIVE FIRE OFFICER 1021-III-IV MODULE 3 Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 08/22/2017 1021EFO-M3 $0 $0 None found.
MS EXECUTIVE FIRE OFFICER 1021-III-IV Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 11/07/2017 1021EFO-M4 $0 $0 None found.
FIRE INSPECTOR 1031-II Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 10/09/2017 1031-II $370 $505 This is a new course designed for the fire inspector ready to advance his/her education and training to a higher level. This course reaches deeper into the interpretation of applicable codes and standards, covers the procedures involved in various types of inspections, and prepares the inspector for the plans review process. It is an advanced level course that covers a wide range of topics: inspection procedures, building construction, occupancy classification and means of egress, fire protection and water supply systems, plans review, and the storage of hazardous materials.
RESCUE REFRESHER Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 535 $145 $200 Course is designed to help students who have already been through our rescue courses and are in need of a refresher. This course will be scenario based and students should review past course materials prior to attending. However, the first morning of the course will be scheduled based on the needs of the students who attend.
CERTIFIED RURAL FIRE APPARATUS - DRIVER/OPERATOR- I Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 112-D1 $40 $0 None found.
TRAINING, RESPONDING AND RETURNING HOME ALIVE Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 041 $0 $0 This course is not a typical safety and survival course. It is very interactive. This course allows the students to measure how much progress we (Mississippi fire fighters) have made in being able to survive the dangers of firefighting. It also allows students to look at themselves and determine whether they are part of the problem or part of the solution. NIMS issues are included in the unit addressing incident safety. Other subjects include Fire Department Risk Management, Vehicle Response and Highway Safety, Keeping Training Safe, and Our Survival Challenge in Mississippi.
INDUSTRIAL EMERGENCY RESPONSE TRAINING Industry Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 719-40 $0 $0 None found.
IS 100: INTRODUCTION TO ICS National Fire Academy Pat Brown Steven Ashby N-ICS100 $0 $0 None found.
IS 200: ICS FOR SINGLE RESOURCE AND INITIAL ACTIONS National Fire Academy Pat Brown Steven Ashby N-ICS200 $0 $0 None found.
NATIONAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM-INTRODUCTION National Fire Academy Pat Brown Steven Ashby N-ICS700 $0 $0 None found.
FIRE SERVICE RESCUE 101 Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 045 $0 $0 This course is divided into two sections - structure fire attack/rescue and an overview of subjects included in a rescue technician course. The first section includes a review of basic structure fire attack and rescue procedures. Group and individual activities include analyzing the need for rescue and removing a victim from a “burning” structure. The second section is designed to prepare the student to assist a rescue technician at a special rescue situation. Subjects include Confined Space Rescue, High-Angle Rescue, Hazardous Materials Incidents, Water Rescue, etc. This course references NFPA Standard 1001.
FIREFIGHTER INTERVENTION RESCUE SURVIVAL TECHNIQUES Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 10/23/2017 537 $365 $505 This course is designed to train firefighters in rapid intervention operation and survival techniques. The course will consist of both classroom and practical settings. Firefighters will train in personal escape procedures, rescue of downed firefighter, SCBA use, safety, NFPA 1500 standard and OSHA 29 CFR 1910.104 regulation for rapid intervention teams, and much more. The course is for all firefighters, although it is a physically demanding course due to the time and events using full firefighter protective equipment.
TRENCH RESCUE AND EMERGENCY SHORING TECHNICIAN Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 09/11/2017 538 $0 $625 This course is designed to help rescuers develop the knowledge and skills necessary to conduct basic trench rescues and do emergency shoring in compliance with OSHA 1926.650, NFPA 1006, and 1670 Professional Rescue Standards for Trench Rescue. Students must achieve a 70% or greater on exams at Level I and Level II as well as practical skills testing in order to receive a certificate.
FIRE SERVICE INSTRUCTOR 1041-II Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 1041-2DL $175 $335 This course was designed to be an individual self-paced course that provides the student with more advanced knowledge and skills to deliver instructional sessions, develop lessons, and manage training functions. Lesson Plan Development Instructor and Course Evaluations Student Testing Instruments Administrative Duties Supervision and Management Students must complete the course within six months from the time the material is shipped. Any student not completing the course within this period must re-apply.
OVERVIEW OF APPARATUS PUMP OPERATIONS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 914-F8 $0 $0 This course includes general fire apparatus pumping procedures, fire pump operations, and pumping techniques. It is designed for individuals responsible for operating fire apparatus pumps at emergency scenes and training incidents. This course references NFPA Standard 1002.
FIRE SERVICE INSTRUCTOR 1041-III Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 1041-3-08 $260 $345 The Level III Fire Service Instructor Program teaches an individual how to administer a record keeping system, conduct a needs analysis, develop budgets, design course curriculum , write course objectives, and present evaluation findings, conclusions, and recommendations to administrative personnel. This course requires additional assignments once classroom hours are complete.
FIRE OFFICER 1021-III-IV Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 1021-EFO $0 $0 The Mississippi Executive Fire Officer Program (MEFO) is a joint initiative between the Mississippi State Fire Academy and the Mississippi Emergency Service Degree Program at Meridian Community College. This comprehensive course is designed to provide senior officers and others in key leadership roles with an understanding of advanced fire service management and administrative skills as well as the ability to conduct research, analyze data, and develop solutions to complex issues. Candidates will enhance their professional development through completion of the NFPA 1021 Fire Officer III and IV certification course and two associate degree equivalent courses. The MEFO program spans one year and includes four three-day sessions conducted at the Academy. MEFO candidates must complete an Applied Research Project (ARP) that relates to their organization before attending the last session of the course. Completion of the ARP is a prerequisite for participating in the last course session and a requirement for graduation. MEFO graduates will receive state credentials and recognition as an Executive Fire Officer along with certifications for Fire Officer Level III and IV. In addition, MEFO graduates will receive six-hours of college credit through Meridian Community College towards completion of an A. A. S. degree in Fire Protection Technology.
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TECHNICIAN - I Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 11/27/2017 472-TECH1 $0 $1,040 The Hazardous Materials Tech-I program utilizes the IFSTA text book: Hazardous Materials Technician, 1st Edition. The text consists of twelve chapters including: Review of Haz Mat Competencies, Scene Management, Chemical and Physical Properties, Chemistry and Hazards, Exposure Assessment and Toxicology, Hazard and Response Information, Detection and Monitoring, PPE, Decontamination, Container Identification, Product Control and Demobilization and Termination. Students must achieve a minimum of 70% on the cognitive portion and skills to qualify for the certification final.
OPERATING EMERGENCY VEHICLES - ANNUAL REFRESHER Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 1002-AR $0 $0 None found.
BASIC FIRE COMPANY FIREGROUND SKILLS REFRESHER Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby FGR-4 $90 $0 This course is designed for fire fighters who work for the same fire department. It is an opportunity for personnel from engine, truck, and rescue companies to practice working together as a team. There are two tracks that departments may choose from: Interior Structural Fire Attack: Primary Search of a Fire Structure Secondary Search of a Fire Structure Fire Attack-Kitchen Fire Fire Attack-Bedroom Fire Fire Attack-Attic Fire Fire Attack-Below Grade Fire Rescue of 1, 2, or Multiple Victims OR Flammable Liquids And Pressurized Gas Fires: Flowing Flammable Liquid Fire (Trough) Using Portable Fire Extinguishers Vehicle Fire LP Gas Tank Fire Pump Flange Fire “Christmas Tree” Fire 1, 2, and 3-Level Flammable Liquid Fire Departments also have the option of selecting a “little of both” tracks listed above. The training evolutions are designed based on the number of participants and level of training and experience of the participants. The department’s Fire Chief or Training Officer will be consulted as evolutions are designed for the participants. During the orientation, all participants will be refreshed on the basic skills of firefighting. During the evolutions, participants must demonstrate these basic skills as they perform the team-based evolutions.
CERTIFIED FIREGROUND RESOURCE TECHNICIAN Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby CFRT-1 $0 $0 None found.
ELECTRICAL HAZARDS ON THE EMERGENCY SCENE Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby FD2-EH $0 $0 This course focuses on the basic issues involving electrical hazards encountered by a fire fighter while on a scene. Core topics include Safety, SOP’s, Size-Up, and Residential, Industrial & Vehicle Hazards.
RESPONSE TO NEW VEHICLE FIRES Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby FD2-VF $0 $0 This course focuses on categories and hazards of new vehicles and vehicle fire extinguishment and safety.
FIRE FIGHTER SELF RESCUE Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby FD4-FSR $0 $0 This course is designed to help the fire fighter understand the concepts of self-rescue, rapid intervention teams, responsibilities of the RIT officer/leader and members, and to help the firefighter identify basic tools for RIT and search and rescue.
CHLOREP TRAINING Industry Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 472-CR40 $0 $0 None found.
MISSISSIPPI FIRE FIGHTER SAFETY Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 009 $0 $0 This course is designed to allow students to focus on issues that affect them and their fire departments. It is not a course about general safety issues. Students are required to look at areas where they must take more responsibility for their safety and the safety of their department members. The course also covers the most recent fire fighter deaths in Mississippi.
HOW TO DEVELOP/ASSIST IN FF PHYSICAL FITNESS PROGRAMS Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 08/15/2017 PFP-24 $240 $320 This program will offer a fire fighter, training officer or chief the opportunity to attend a 24 hour course that will reference NFPA standards in regards to annual physicals and medical assessments. This program will also discuss the nutritional intake for fire fighters, daily workout schedules, weight lifting techniques and stretches, and body fat measurement. The program will be delivered by instructional staff members who are fitness trainers.
RESCUE REFRESHER Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 535-8 $0 $0 None found.
ENGINE COMPANY OPERATIONS - PART 1 Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 150-1 $0 $0 This course is designed to give the engine company fire fighter the knowledge, skills, and abilities to function safely and efficiently on a fire scene. This class provides an overview of the duties expected on the fireground with an emphasis on safety. Part 1 of this course addresses: Apparatus Positioning, Rescue, Water Supply, and Initial Attack Lines. The course references the textbook Engine Company Fireground Operations, Third Edition NFPA, Harold Richman, Jones and Bartlett Publishers, ISBN-13: 978-07637-4495-3.
ENGINE COMPANY OPERATIONS - PART 2 Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 150-2 $0 $0 This course is designed to give the engine company fire fighter the knowledge, skills, and abilities to function safely and efficiently on a fire scene. This class provides an overview of the duties expected on the fireground with an emphasis on safety. Part 2 of this course addresses: Backup Lines, Exposure Problems, Master Stream Appliances, Fire Protection Systems, and Overhaul. The course references the textbook Engine Company Fireground Operations, Third Edition NFPA, Harold Richman, Jones and Bartlett Publishers, ISBN-13: 978-07637-4495-3.
UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF THE INCIDENT SAFETY OFFICER Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 151 $0 $0 This course is designed to give fire fighters the opportunity to learn about the responsibilities of the Incident Safety Officer and what fire fighters can do to support the funtion of the safety officer at all types of incidents. Students should have a thorough understanding of the Incident Command System (ICS). The course will allow great opportunities for departments to address previous incident safety issues and be proactive for possible future incidents.
STRATEGIES FOR FIRE FIGHTER PERSONAL SUCCESS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 152 $0 $0 This course provides the company officer, or future company officer, with the basic leadership skills and tools needed to perform effectively in the fire service environment. The course addresses Ethics, Use and Abuse of Power at the Company Officer Level, Creativity in the Fire Service Environment, and Management of the Multiple Roles of the Company Officer. The course can be especially useful for departments to prepare personnel to eventually advance to higher ranks such as lieutenant, captain, assistant chief, training officer, and fire chief.
FIRE FIGHTER ESSENTIAL SKILLS - I Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 153-1 $0 $0 This course is designed to enhance/refresh fire fighter skills. The course uses a section of the Mississippi Volunteer Fire Fighter-I course that addresses the NFPA 1001-I standard. Subjects include: SCBA, Incident Command System, Portable Fire Extinguishers, Ropes and Knots, Response and Size-Up, and Forcible Entry. In addition to refreshing skills, the course may also be useful preparing new fire fighters for the Mississippi Volunteer Fire Fighter-I course.
FIRE FIGHTER ESSENTIAL SKILLS - II Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 153-2 $0 $0 This course is designed to enhance/refresh fire fighter skills. The course uses a section of the Mississippi Volunteer Firefighter-I and Mississippi Volunteer Fire Fighter-II course that addresses the NFPA 1001-I standard. Subjects include: Ladders, Search and Rescue, Ventilation, Water Supply, and Fire Hose, Nozzles, Streams, and Foam. In addition to refreshing skills, the course may also be useful preparing new fire fighters for the Mississippi Volunteer Fire Fighter-I & II courses.
FIRE FIGHTER ESSENTIAL SKILLS - III Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 153-3 $0 $0 This course is designed to enhance/refresh fire fighter skills. The course uses a section of the Mississippi Volunteer Fire Fighter-I and Mississippi Volunteer Fire Fighter-II course that addresses the NFPA 1001-I standard. Subjects include: Salvage and Overhaul, fire suppression, vehicle rescue and extrication, and fire prevention and public education. In addition to refreshing skills, the course may also be useful in preparing new fire fighters for the Mississippi Volunteer Fire Fighter-I & II courses.
VOLUNTEER FF- MODULE 1 - 2ND ATTEMPT Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 08/08/2017 CVFF-M1-2 $0 $0 None found.
MISSISSIPPI VOLUNTEER FIRE FIGHTER 1-MODULE 1 CLASSROOM Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby MVFF-M1 CLASSRO $0 $0 This module is designed to provide the entry level volunteer fire fighter with a foundation of knowledge and skills to build on. The course is administered through the local County Fire Training Officer. Subjects covered include fire behavior, personal protective equipment, ropes and knots, etc. This course references NFPA Standard 1001.
MISSISSIPPI CERTIFIED VOLUNTEER FIRE FIGHTER I Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 09/16/2017 MVFF-M2 SKILLS $0 $80 Module 2 is the skills exam at the Mississippi State Fire Academy. Testing begins at 8:00 a.m. Participants must have completed Module 1 within the last 12 months.
MISSISSIPPI CERTIFIED VOLUNTEER FIRE FIGHTER II: MODULE I Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby MCV-II-M1 $0 $0 Module I includes the classroom presentations, practical activities, and written tests. This course is designed to address subjects that meet the NFPA 1001 standard for Fire Fighter-II. The course allows the student who successfully completed the Volunteer Fire Fighter-I program the opportunity to continue building on his/her knowledge and skills. The course is administered through an instructor approved by the County Fire Coordinator. The course manual is the same manual required for the new Volunteer Fire Fighter-I program. The course core subjects for the Volunteer Fire Fighter-II program include: Fire Service Communications Incident Command System Fire Suppression Pre-Incident Planning Vehicle Rescue and Extrication Fire Prevention and Public Education
MS CERTIFIED VOLUNTEER FIRE FIGHTER II: MODULE 2 Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby MCV-II-M2 $0 $0 Module 2 of the Volunteer Fire Fighter II Program is the skills exam conducted by the lead instructor at the local department. The lead instructor shall coordinate with the Mississippi State Fire Academy.
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AWARENESS/OPERATIONS-MODULE 1 Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 472-AO-M1 $0 $0 This course is administered through an instructor approved by the County Fire Coordinator. Module 1 includes classroom instruction and practical activities. This hazardous materials awareness/operations program is designed to meet or exceed the NFPA 472 Hazardous Materials for First Responder.
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS NFPA 472 AWARENESS/OPERATIONS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 472-AO-M2 $0 $0 Module 2 is the written and skills exam administered at the local host department after completing Module 1 of the Hazardous Materials: Awareness/Operations [Non IFSAC/PROBOARD] course. Students must complete Module 2 within 12 months of completing Module 1. This is to ensure the safety of the student. Exceptions must be approved by the MSFA.
EXCELLENT CUSTOMER SERVICE Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby FD2-CS $0 $0 This course focuses on the need for identifying internal and external customers, determining customer needs, and developing/ revising methods to meet those needs.
MANAGING THE RURAL EMERGENCY INCIDENT Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 160-RE-6 $0 $0 This course is designed to explain how the incident command system (ICS) is designed to be effective for both rural and urban incidents. Classroom session and activities will focus on: purpose and responsibility of command, command options, passing/transferring command, and the roles of staff positions. This course references NFPA Standard 1021.
LEGAL ISSUES MINIMIZING EXPOSURE Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby FD4-ME $0 $0 This course focuses on very basic, yet important legal issues. Core subjects include: Introduction to the Law and Legal System, Civil Rights and Wrongs, Torts, Organization of Fire Departments, Media and the Fire Service, and Tips for Minimizing Liability.
OPERATING EMERGENCY VEHICLES - ANNUAL REFRESHER Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby FD4-EMR $0 $0 This course is designed to serve as an annual refresher for ALL fire service personnel. Drivers of fire apparatus, rescue vehicles, and other fire department vehicles should participate.
PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER 1035 Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby PIO-10 $350 $485 This course has been developed to address the duties of the department Public Information Officer. This course introduces the PIO to the roles he/she works within the NIMS, writing press releases and information statements, media relations, news interviews, dealing with the media on emergency scenes, and the Joint Information System. This course also incorporates involvement from local and state Public Information Officers as well as print, radio, and television reporters to enhance real world applications. Completion of this course is a prerequisite to the Emergency Management Institute’s Advanced Public Information Officers Course.
CERTIFIED FIREGROUND RESOURCE TECHNICIAN-MODULE 1 Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby CFRT-M1 $0 $0 Module 1 of the Certified Fireground Resource Technician includes the classroom presentations and practical activities. The Mississippi State Fire Academy recognizes that many fire departments have members who serve as vital resources within their fire departments, but who may be physically challenged to perform services such as interior firefighting, climbing ladders, etc. Core subjects for this program include fire behavior, tools and equipment, ICS, personal protective equipment, ground ladders, protecting evidence at the fire scene, public information, incident safety accountability systems, driving emergency vehicles, operating fire pumps, and referencing Emergency Response Guides (ERG). This course references the NFPA Standard 1001, 1021, and 1521.
CERTIFIED FIREGROUND RESOURCE TECHNICIAN Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby CFRT-M2 $0 $0 Module 2 of the Certified Fireground Resource Technician is the written and skills exam. The exams for this course will be administered at the local department by the local instructor. The Module 2 test date is determined by the instructor and the MSFA coordinator upon the completion of Module 1.
IS 200: ICS FOR SINGLE RESOURCE AND INITIAL ACTIONS Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross N-ICS200 $0 $0 None found.
IS 100: INTRODUCTION TO ICS Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross N-ICS100 $0 $0 None found.
NIMS ICS 300 (INTERMEDIATE ICS) Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby N-ICS300-16 $0 $0 None found.
NIMS: MULTIAGENCY COORDINATION SYSTEM (MACS) Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby N-IS701.A $0 $0 None found.
NIMS: PUBLIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby N-IS702 $0 $0 None found.
NIMS: RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby N-IS703.A $0 $0 None found.
NIMS: COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby N-IS704 $0 $0 None found.
VOLUNTEER FIRE FIGHTER INSTRUCTOR ORIENTATION Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby INST-O3 $0 $0 None found.
MISSISSIPPI CERTIFIED VOL. FIRE FIGHTER [NFPA 1001-BASED] Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 1001-VOL $2.5 $2.5 None found.
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TECHNICIAN Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 472-MTECH $0 $0 None found.
MISSISSIPPI VOLUNTEER FIRE OFFICER - I Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby VFO-1 $0 $0 This course is designed to give the Volunteer Fire Officer a foundation of knowledge and skills needed to meet the challenges faced by today’s volunteer fire service. This course will involve a multitude of activities and concludes with a final written examination. Subject matter includes: Introduction to the Fire Officer, Fire Fighters and the Fire Officer, Safety and Risk Management, Fire Officer Communications, Pre-Incident Planning, Managing Incidents, Handling Problems, Conflicts and Mistakes, and concluding with Fire Attack.
MS FIRE PREVENTION AND PUBLIC FIRE SAFETY EDUCATION Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 155 $0 $0 None found.
MISSISSIPPI VOLUNTEER FIRE FIGHTER 1: UP-GRADE Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby MVFF-UP-2011 $0 $0 None found.
PERSONNEL ACCOUNTABILITY: TWO-IN/TWO-OUT RULE Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby FD4-IO $0 $0 This course addresses the ever-important concept of 2 fire fighters in and 2 fire fighters out. Additionally, it addresses methods to improve personnel accountability.
VEHICLE ARSON TRAINING BY GEICO INSURANCE Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan GEICO1 $0 $0 None found.
MISSISSIPPI COUNTY FIRE INVESTIGATOR Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross CFAI $230 $340 Mississippi Code 83-1-39 (Laws of 1993) designates one (1) member of each county Sheriff’s Department to be the County Fire Investigator. The code requires the designated member to attend training delivered by the State Fire Academy and approved by the State Fire Marshal’s Office in fire/arson investigation. This course will give the newly appointed investigators a basis of knowledge required to do their job as a fire investigator. Subject matter includes: fire behavior, building construction, origin and cause, indicators of incendiaries, accidental causes, explosives, vehicle fires, and some hands-on skills. This course references NFPA 1033.
MS COUNTY FIRE INVESTIGATOR: ANNUAL IN-SERVICE Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 12/06/2017 CFAI-8 $0 $0 This is a one-day course offered three times a year to the appointed investigators to help enhance knowledge and build on what they learned in the County Fire Investigator program. Subject matter will be announced prior to course. Each appointed investigator is required to attend one of the scheduled in-service sessions.
CALLING THE MAYDAY I National Fire Academy Pat Brown Steven Ashby 044-1 $0 $0 None found.
CALLING THE MAYDAY II National Fire Academy Pat Brown Steven Ashby 044-2 $0 $0 None found.
INTRO. TO STRUCTURAL FIRE ATTACK & RESCUE FOR 911 PERSONNEL Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 11/02/2017 051-8 $163 $0 None found.
RESPONDING TO FIRE/RESCUE INCIDENTS: 911 PERSONNEL Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 08/10/2017 047-5 $163 $0 None found.
MS FIRE CHIEF DESIGNATION PROGRAM Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 1024-1 $0 $0 None found.
MS CHIEF FIRE OFFICER DESIGNATION PROGRAM Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 1024-2 $0 $0 None found.
FIRE OFFICER 1021-1 Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 1021-1C $175 $335 This course is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of current fire officers. It will also introduce future fire officers to various issues and situations encountered by many of today’s company officers. The course contains subjects, discussions, and class activities that pertain specifically to fire officers. Course topics include: human resource management, community awareness/public relations, organizational structure, administration, budgeting, communication, etc. Students must complete the course within six months from the time the material is shipped. Any student not completing the course within this period must re-apply (includes additional course fee).
FIRE OFFICER 1021-II Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 1021-2C $175 $335 This course is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of current fire officers. It will also introduce future fire officers to various issues and situations encountered by many of today’s company officers. The course contains subjects, discussions, and class activities that pertain specifically to fire officers. Course topics include: human resource management, community awareness/public relations, organizational structure, administration, budgeting, communication, etc. Students must complete the course within six months from the time the material is shipped. Any student not completing the course within this period must re-apply (includes additional course fee).
FIRE SERVICE INSTRUCTOR 1041-1 Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 10/16/2017 1041-L1 $380 $530 The Level I Fire Service Instructor Program is an advanced course designed to create a fire service instructor who is capable of generating instructional material, delivering various types of lectures utilizing audio/visual equipment, and administering cognitive and psychomotor examinations.
FIRE SERVICE INSTRUCTOR 1041-II Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 1041-L2 $345 $485 The Level II Fire Service Instructor Program is an advanced course designed to create a fire service instructor who is capable of generating instructional material, delivering various types of lectures utilizing audio/visual equipment, and administering cognitive and psychomotor examinations.
FIRE SERVICE INSTRUCTOR 1041-I Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 1041-L1F $0 $0 The Field Evaluation is designed to allow the local course coordinator/manager to deliver the course in the same format as the on-campus Fire Service Instructor. Contact the Certification Bureau to receive a detailed format.
HAZ MAT NFPA 472 OPERATIONS WITH PPE & PRODUCT CONTROL Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 472OPPE $160 $0 None found.
NORTH MISSISSIPPI FIRE EXPO Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby FD8-FE $0 $0 None found.
HAZ MAT NFPA 472 OPERATIONS W/PPE & PRODUCT CONTROL Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 472OPPE-F $0 $0 None found.
EMS OPERATIONS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby EMS-OP8 $0 $0 This course is designed for those that do not have formal emergency medical training but may find themselves functioning in a support role on a medical scene. Topics covered include Patient History Taking, Scene Safety, Verbal Patient Assessment, Medical and Trauma Emergencies, Environmental Emergencies, Poisonings and Landing Zone Operations for Aeromedical Transport. This course also serves as a knowledge reinforcement for the EMR, EMT, or Paramedic. This course is designed to accompany a standard 4-hour CPR/AED class taught by a certified instructor. (Note: Any CPR certifications will be issued by the instructor through his or her certifying entity, not the MSFA.)
REFRESHER HAZ MAT TRAINING Industry Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 712-36 $0 $0 None found.
NATURAL GAS RESPONSE CONSIDERATIONS FOR FIRE DEPT. Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby FD2-NG $0 $0 This course addresses the basic issues for fire departments to consider when responding to potential natural gas incidents. Some of the subject areas include Ignition Sources, Visual Clues, and General Tactics.
FIRE APPARATUS TESTING Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 923 $80 $0 This program will be a one day class and will consist of classroom lecture and hands on activities. This course will teach the student how to pump test a fire department pumping apparatus to the NFPA 1911 and NFPA 1901 standards. If you are interested in testing your fire departments’ pumper during this class, contact Greg Reynolds at (601) 932-2444. Only one apparatus can be used per class.
APPARATUS PUMP OPERATOR - MODULE I: BASICS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 915-M1 $0 $0 Designed to present the fundamentals of pump operation, this course provides the student with the knowledge necessary to become an efficient pump operator. Covering such topics as Pump Design and Maintenance, Pump Types, Hydraulics, Fire Flow, and Pump Operation, this course prepares the student for the critical role of a pump operator on the fireground.
APPARATUS PUMP OPERATOR - MODULE 2: MWS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 915-M2 $0 $0 A course designed to cover water supply in rural areas where water shuttle is necessary. It covers many aspects of the use of a mobile water supply including tanker design, water sources, delivery rates, shuttle techniques and operations. A demonstration utilizing local equipment provides a practical display of the concept.
NIMS ICS-300 (INTERMEDIATE ICS) Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby N-ICS300 $0 $0 None found.
NIMS ICS-400 (ADVANCED ICS) Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby N-ICS400 $0 $0 None found.
VEHICLE EXTRICATION & RESCUE: LEVELS I-II Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 10/09/2017 545 $400 $540 The Vehicle Extrication & Rescue Levels 1 & 2 program utilizes the text book: Vehicle Extrication Levels 1 & 2: Principles and Practice. The text consists of thirteen chapters and addresses fundamental skills through heavier commercial vehicles. The course is designed with 25% lecture and 75% hands-on training. Topics covered include conventional hydraulic extrication, buttress stabilization systems, hand tool extrication techniques, stabilizing, lifting, and medical considerations. Students must achieve a 70% or greater on exams at Level 1 and Level 2 as well as practical skills testing in order to receive a certificate.
FIRE FIGHTER 1001-I-II Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 07/31/2017 1001-2014 $500 $3,155 This course is designed to meet the uniform minimum training standards stated in Mississippi Code Section 45-11-203 and to meet or exceed the minimum standards of the National Fire Protection Association Fire Fighter Professional Qualification Standards 1001-I-II. Daily classroom sessions include chapter presentations from Jones & Bartlett 3rd Edition “Fundamentals of Fire Fighter Skills.” In addition, daily hands-on activities are conducted in order to build skill and enhance knowledge gained. Near the end of the course, students participate in comprehensive activities which require team and individual efforts to accomplish the assigned “mission.”
FIRE FIGHTER 1001-I-II Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 1001-2014-F $0 $0 The Field Delivery is designed to allow the local fire department to deliver the course in a format similar to the on-campus Fire Fighter Program. Each module consists of chapters that will be independently tested in a written test format. Skills will be administered after the written examination. The skills will consist of randomly selected skills from all the chapters that are in the tested module. Classes are delivered in five modules, with one being the Haz Mat section.
MISSISSIPPI VOLUNTEER FIRE FIGHTER 1: UP-GRADE - MODULE 1 Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby MVFF-UP-2011-M1 $0 $0 None found.
MISSISSIPPI VOLUNTEER FIRE FIGHTER 1: UP-GRADE - MODULE 2 Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby MVFF-UP-2011-M2 $0 $0 None found.
POST AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT RESPONSE TRAINING Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 1003-ART $0 $0 None found.
FIRE SERVICE INSTRUCTOR 1041-II Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 1041-L2F $0 $0 None found.
FIRE DEPARTMENT SAFETY OFFICER 1521 Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 1521-99F $1,030 $2,060 The hybrid format of this course is designed for the students to be able to use the internet to complete some pre-course work on their own, and then complete the rest of the course at their own fire departments. The newly revised version covers subjects such as reading smoke and buildings, working with the IC, being the ISO at various types of incidents and during training. The text being utilized for this course is “Fire Department Incident Safety Officer”, Jones & Bartlett, Third Edition.
NIMS ICS 400 (ADVANCED ICS) Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby N-ICS400-14 $0 $0 None found.
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AWARENESS/OPERATIONS: MODULE 1 Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 472-AO1 $0 $0 None found.
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AWARENESS/OPERATIONS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 472-AO2 $0 $0 None found.
SEARCH & RESCUE FOR DISASTER RESPONSES Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 066 $0 $0 This course is designed to provide emergency responders with search and rescue skills for responding to disasters such as tornados and hurricanes. This course will review several components in the NFPA 1006 standard and will give students the information needed to perform wide area searches.
FIRE ATTACK FOR THE MODERN ERA Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 067 $0 $0 This course will review the newest research performed by NIST and UL. It will include lessons in critical flow rates, hose line techniques and nozzle handling techniques. This course will also review several tactical considerations for fighting structural fires in the modern era.
FIRE OFFICER 1021-I Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 1021-1F $0 $0 None found.
NEW FIRE CHIEF I: CHALLENGING ISSUES Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 1023-I $0 $0 None found.
NEW FIRE CHIEF II: ADMINISTRATIVE ISSUES Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 1023-II $0 $0 None found.
FIRE & LIFE SAFETY EDUCATOR 1035-I Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 1035-L1 $210 $265 None found.
FIRE & LIFE SAFETY EDUCATOR 1035-II Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 1035-L2 $140 $195 None found.
EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO TERRORISM: BASIC CONCEPTS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 472-A-TBC $34 $0 Terrorist incidents involving biological, nuclear, incendiary, chemical, or explosive materials are considered technological hazardous incidents by nature. For this reason, the information in this course should be approached from the point of view of a hazardous materials incident with complicating factors. This course allows the student to build upon the structure of hazardous materials response in order to address terrorist incidents. This course includes: understanding and recognizing terrorism, implementing self-protective measures, scene safety, tactical considerations, and incident command overview.
INTERIOR STRUCTURAL FIRE TACTICS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 1400-I $40 $0 None found.
FIRE FIGHTER SURVIVAL & RESCUE Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 1400-II $40 $0 None found.
ROADSIDE ROPE RESCUE AND RIGGING Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 1400-III $40 $0 None found.
EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE: NFPA 1001 BASED PROGRAM Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby EMED-VOL $0 $0 None found.
FIRE SERVICE INSTRUCTOR 1041-I Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 1041-1-OL $175 $335 This course, formerly titled “Distant Learning” is designed to be an individual self-paced course that provides the student with basic skills needed to deliver instructional sessions. Subjects will include: Instructional Challenges Safety Legal Considerations Psychology of Learning Lesson Plans Instructional Delivery Testing and Evaluation Instructional Media Students must complete the course within three months from the time of enrollment. Any student not completing the course within this period must re-apply (includes additional course fee).
ATMOS ENERGY NATURAL GAS 101 FOR FIRE FIGHTERS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 1004 $0 $0 None found.
VEHICLE EXTRICATION Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 1006 $0 $0 None found.
CAMPUS FIRE & LIFE SAFETY I: RISK ASSESSMENT National Fire Academy Pat Brown Steven Ashby F0193 $0 $0 None found.
ENGINE COMPANY OPERATIONS Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 11/27/2017 1302 $360 $495 This course is designed to provide firefighters with an in-depth understanding of engine company operations. This course will cover several key functions of engine company operations including: nozzle selection and flow characteristics, hose line selection and hose handling techniques, hose stretch and hose lay characteristics, extended and bundle attack methods, standpipe operations, blitz attack operations and tactical water supply strategies. This course is for all firefighters, although it is a physically demanding course due to multiple evolutions with full firefighter personal protective equipment.
SURFACE WATER & SWIFTWATER RESCUE LEVEL I & 2 Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 546 $485 $650 The Surface and Swiftwater Rescue Levels 1 & 2 program utilizes the text book: Swiftwater Rescue: A Manual for the Rescue Professional 2nd Ed. The text consists of seventeen chapters and deals with topics ranging from easy rescues to highly technical problems. The course is with 25% lecture and 75% hands-on training. Topics covered include rescue techniques of Reach-Throw-Row/Go-Helo. Students will learn skills and gain confidence in still water, flood water, and swiftwater environments. Areas covered will include rescue swimming, boat operations, and advanced rope rescue applications. Students Must Pass Entrance Skills On First Day To Continue In Course. Students must achieve a 70% or greater on all exams and practical skills assessments in order to receive a certificate.
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS OPERATIONS WITH PPE & CONTROL Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 10/02/2017 472OPPE $0 $435 This Hazardous Materials Awareness/Operations program is designed to meet the objectives for First Responder at the Awareness and Operational levels contained in NFPA 472. Eight chapters from the second edition of Fundamentals of Fire Fighter Skills will be used in this course. Hazardous Materials: Overview, Properties and Effects, Recognizing and Identifying the Hazards, Personal Protective Equipment, Scene Safety and Scene Control, Response Priorities and Actions, Decontamination Techniques and Terrorism Awareness. This course is a prerequisite for the Hazardous Materials Technician program. Students must achieve a minimum of 70% on the cognitive portion and skills for each level to qualify for the certification final.
ADVANCED VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 11/09/2017 068 $75 $100 This course is designed to challenge firefighters with a multitude of scenario based evolutions. The scenario based evolutions will include but are not limited to: interior structural firefighting, flammable liquid or LP gas firefighting, search and rescue, ground ladder operations and/or other fundamental firefighting skills. Students who do not complete the course evolutions will not be allowed to continue through the course. For admission into the course you will be required to bring the Advanced Volunteer Firefighter Course Packet. You can find the Advanced Volunteer Firefighter Course Packet on the Mississippi State Fire Academy’s website under “Course Information.”
MISSISSIPPI VOLUNTEER FIRE OFFICER - II Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby VFO-II $0 $0 This course will enhance the knowledge of the Volunteer Fire Officer Level I by incorporating more of the administrative tasks that fire officers are asked to meet in the ever changing and evolving fire service. The subject matter includes Preparing For Promotion, Understanding People, Leading the Fire Company, Training & Coaching, Evaluation & Discipline, Working in the Community, Budgeting, Rules of Engagement, Fire Cause Determination, and Crew Resource Management.
FIRE & LIFE SAFETY EDUCATOR 1035 - III Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 1035-L3 $175 $250 Fire & Life Safety Educator-III course shall be for those who have the responsibility to create, administrate, and evaluate educational programs and information. Classroom subjects include: Knowledge and Skills, Administration, Planning and Development, Education and Implementation, and Evaluation. Students are encouraged to bring laptops but it is not required.
POST AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT RESPONSE TRAINING Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 1003-ART4 $0 $0 None found.
HUMAN TRAFFICKING: THE FIRE SERVICE'S INVOLVEMENT AS RESPONDERS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby TCC:2015-1 $0 $0 None found.
GETTING STARTED AS NEW TRAINING OFFICER Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby TCC:2015-2 $0 $0 None found.
GRAIN BIN RESCUE OPERATIONS: EVERYONE LEAVES ALIVE Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby TCC:2015-3 $0 $0 None found.
HOW EFFECTIVE IS YOUR TRAINING PROGRAM Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby TCC:2015-4 $0 $0 None found.
TECHNOLOGY ON THE FRONT LINES Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby TCC:2015-5 $0 $0 None found.
TRAINING TODAY'S FIRE FIGHTERS INVOLVING TODAY'S NATURAL GAS EMERGENCIES Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross TCC:2015-6 $0 $0 None found.
NFA: FIRE & LIFE SAFETY PLANS REVIEW National Fire Academy Pat Brown Steven Ashby N0132 $0 $0 None found.
DRONE - FFA Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross DRONE $0 $0 None found.
INCIDENT SAFETY OFFICER National Fire Academy Pat Brown Steven Ashby F0729 $0 $0 None found.
NATIONAL TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT: MODULE II Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby TIM-2 $0 $0 None found.
NATIONAL TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT: MODULE I Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby TIM-1 $0 $0 None found.
HUMAN TRAFFICKING: FIRE SERVICE INVOLVEMENT Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 330 $0 $0 None found.
CAMPUS FIRE & LIFE SAFETY II: PUBLIC EDUCATION Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby F0194 $0 $0 None found.
GRAIN BIN EXTRICATION OPERATIONS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 069 $0 $0 None found.
INDUSTRIAL EXTERIOR REFRESHER FIRE TRAINING Industry Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 711-16E $0 $0 None found.
REFRESHER HAZ MAT TRAINING Industry Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 712-8 $0 $0 None found.
NEW FIRE CHIEF III: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 08/08/2017 1023-III $0 $0 None found.
FORCIBLE ENTRY WORKSHOP Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby FE-2 $0 $0 None found.
FORCIBLE ENTRY WORKSHOP Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby FE-4 $0 $0 None found.
ENGINE COMPANY WORKSHOP Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross ECW-2 $0 $0 None found.
ENGINE COMPANY WORKSHOP Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby ECW-4 $0 $0 None found.
NFA COURSE: BEST PRACTICES IN COMMUNITY RISK REDUCTION Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby F0635 $0 $0 None found.
NATIONAL TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT RESPONDER Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby TIM-4 $0 $0 This National Unified Program is designed to help ALL responders recognize the dangers encountered by emergency responders working in or near traffic. The Strategic Highway Research program, authorized by Congress, focuses on research on responder safety and safe, quick clearance. Created by responders for responders, the ultimate goal of this approach is to train the entire nation’s responder community including all disciplines to be compliant. This program is facilitated by the Mississippi State Fire Academy for the Mississippi Department Of Transportation. Delivered in two-2 hour formats for your convenience.
FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS FIRE FIGHTING AND FOAM Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 1404-6 $40 $80 None found.
CULTURE DIVERSITY AS APPLIED TO FLS EDUCATORS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby FLSEC-2016-1 $0 $0 None found.
NFPA 2016 INVOLVEMENT FOR EDUCATING FLSE Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby FLSEC-2016-2 $0 $0 None found.
THE ART OF ILLUSION & MAGIC INVOLVING PUBLIC EDUCATORS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby FLSEC-2016-3 $0 $0 None found.
NO BUDGET, NO PROGRAM, NO WORRIES Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby FLSEC-2016-4 $0 $0 None found.
IMPLEMENTING A WEB BASED FIRE SAFETY PROGRAM Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby FLSEC-2016-5 $0 $0 None found.
USING SOCIAL MEDIA FOR PUBLIC FLSE Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby FLSEC-2016-6 $0 $0 None found.
NATIONAL TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT: TRAIN-THE-TRAINER Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby TIM-TTT6 $0 $0 None found.
LEADERSHIP II FOR FIRE & EMS: STRATEGIES FOR PERSONAL SUCCESS National Fire Academy Pat Brown Steven Ashby F0804 $0 $0 None found.
LEADERSHIP I FOR FIRE & EMS: STRATEGIES FOR COMPANY SUCCESS National Fire Academy Pat Brown Steven Ashby F0803 $0 $0 None found.
NATIONAL TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT RESPONDER TRAINING PROGRAM Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby TCC:2015-7 $0 $0 None found.
COMMUNITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAMS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby ESAP-2016-1 $0 $0 None found.
GRANTS ADMINISTRATION/MS OFFICE OF HOMELAND SECURITY Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross ESAP-2016-2 $0 $0 None found.
SOCIAL MEDIA POLICIES & PITFALLS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby ESAP-2016-3 $0 $0 None found.
THE ROLE OF THE EMERGENCY SERVICE PROFESSIONAL IN NWS ALERTS, WARNINGS & DISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby ESAP-2016-4 $0 $0 None found.
THEY'RE HERE: HUMAN TRAFFICKING AWARENESS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby ESAP-2016-5 $0 $0 None found.
DISCOVERY & DOCUMENTATION FOR LAW SUITS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby ESAP-2016-6 $0 $0 None found.
I LOVE LIFE AND I LOVE TO LAUGH Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby ESAP-2016-7 $0 $0 None found.
NATIONAL TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby TIM-12 $0 $0 This National Unified Program is designed to help ALL responders recognize the dangers encountered by emergency responders working in or near traffic. The Strategic Highway Research program, authorized by Congress, focuses on research on responder safety and safe, quick clearance. Created by responders for responders, the ultimate goal of this approach is to train the entire nation’s responder community, including all disciplines, to be compliant. This program is facilitated by the Mississippi State Fire Academy for the Mississippi Department Of Transportation.
ACTIVE SHOOTER Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby CONF/2016-1 $0 $0 None found.
AUTISM AWARENESS FOR THE FIRST RESPONDERS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby CONF/2016-2 $0 $0 None found.
INTRODUCTION TO UNIFIED COMMAND FOR ALL HAZARD INCIDENTS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby F0609 $0 $0 None found.
SHAPING THE FUTURE National Fire Academy Pat Brown Steven Ashby F0602 $0 $0 None found.
STRATEGY & TACTICS FOR INITIAL COMPANY OPERATIONS National Fire Academy Pat Brown Steven Ashby F0455 $0 $0 None found.
NATIONAL TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT: TRAIN-THE-TRAINER Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby TIM-TTT12 $0 $0 None found.
FIRE FIGHTER DAY AT THE ACADEMY: THE HEAT IS ON! Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 10/14/2017 FFD-6 $40 $40 None found.
FIRE & LIFE SAFETY EDUCATOR 1035-I Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby FLSE-1 $225 $295 Fire & Life Safety Educator-I course addresses those who have the responsibility to deliver fire & life safety programs to meet their communities’ needs. This course includes the basic requirements, duties, and responsibilities of a Fire & Life Safety Educator for all fields of education. Classroom subjects include: Getting Started, On The Front LIne of Community-Risk Reduction, Planning and Development, Evaluation, etc. Students are encouraged to bring laptops but it is not required.
FIRE & LIFE SAFETY EDUCATOR 1035-II Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby FLSE-2 $155 $220 Fire & Life Safety Educator-II course addresses those who have the responsibility to prepare educational programs and information to meet identified needs. Classroom subjects include: Knowledge and Skills, Administration, Planning and Development, Evaluation, etc. Students are encouraged to bring laptops but it is not required.
POST AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT RESPONSE TRAINING Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross 1003-ART4 $0 $0 None found.
ADVANCED ROPE RESCUE WORKSHOP: WILDERNESS Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 547 $40 $40 None found.
HIGHER EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL DEV. IN FIRE SERVICE Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby TCC-2016-3 $0 $0 None found.
LEADERSHIP: WHERE'S YOUR VISION & DO YOU HAVE A PLAN Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby TCC-2016-4 $0 $0 None found.
PSYCHOLOGY OF EDUCATING THE ADULT LEARNER PT 1 Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby TCC-2016-6 $0 $0 None found.
OCCUPATIONAL CANCER AWARENESS & PREV FOR FIRE SERV. Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby TCC-2016-5 $0 $0 None found.
EMERGENCY SPANISH FOR FIREFIGHTERS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby TCC-2016-1 $0 $0 None found.
GETTING STARTED AS A NEW TRAINING CHIEF/OFFICER Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby TCC-2016-2 $0 $0 None found.
STAYING ALIVE IN THE FIRE SERVICE Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby TCC-2016-7 $0 $0 None found.
INTRODUCTION TO FIRE EXTINGUISHERS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 170 $0 $0 None found.
CERTIFIED VOLUNTEER DRIVER OPERATOR: LEVEL I Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 1002-V1 $40 $40 This course references the NFPA standard for 1002 Fire Apparatus Driver Operator. This format is designed to allow local volunteer departments to deliver the course in the same form as the on-campus Driver/Operator: Pumper. The local course coordinator/ manager is provided a complete package to manage the delivery of the course. This package includes lesson plans/PowerPoint presentations, activities, etc. The course skill drills are designed to prepare students to successfully complete the skill examination.
LEADERSHIP III: STRATEGIES FOR SUPERVISORY SUCCESS National Fire Academy Pat Brown Steven Ashby F0805 $0 $0 None found.
UNMANNED AIRCRAFT [FEMA] Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 1005 $0 $0 None found.
OPERATION AWARENESS/RESPONSE TO RAILROAD CARS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 154-4 $0 $0 None found.
WATER BASED FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM PLANS & REVIEW National Fire Academy Pat Brown Steven Ashby N0137 $0 $0 None found.
CERTIFIED VOLUNTEER DRIVER OPERATOR: LEVEL II Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 1002-V2 $40 $40 None found.
THE FF CANCER SUPPORT NETWORK: TRAIN-THE TRAINER Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 180-TTT $0 $0 None found.
PRESENTATION OF FIRE EDUCATION PROGRAMS: CITY OF MOBILE Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby MAPFSE-2017-1 $0 $0 None found.
PROMOTION OF FIRE EDUCATION PROGRAMS: STATE OF LA Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby MAPFSE-2017-2 $0 $0 None found.
SIDE BY SIDE RESIDENTIAL SPRINKLER FOR DEMONSTRATION Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby MAPFSE-2017-3 $0 $0 None found.
KEEP KIDS FIRE SAFE FOUNDATION Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby MAPFSE-2017-4 $0 $0 None found.
WAGE & HOUR RESPONSIBILITIES, TRENDS, TIPS/NEW FLSA STANDARDS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby ESAP-2017-1 $0 $0 None found.
THE GHOST IN THE MACHINE: CYBER THREATS & SECURITY ISSUES Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby ESAP-2017-2 $0 $0 None found.
TOP TEN TIPS FOR KEEPING YOUR OFFICE COMPUTER SAFE Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby ESAP-2017-3 $0 $0 None found.
PSYCHOLOGICAL FIRST AID Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby ESAP-2017-4 $0 $0 None found.
INTERNAL CUSTOMER SERVICE Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby ESAP-2017-5 $0 $0 None found.
ESAP EDUCATION Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby ESAP-2017-6 $0 $0 None found.
FROM A LABEL TO A BRAND: THE INSPIRATION OF ANTONIO V. WRIGHT Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby ESAP-2017-7 $0 $0 None found.
TORNADO AWARENESS AWR-326 Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 326 $0 $0 None found.
MASS CASUALTY & DISASTER BASICS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby CONF/2017-1 $0 $0 None found.
HOW TO DEVELOP/ASSIST IN PHYSICAL FITNESS PROGRAMS Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross PFP-8 $0 $0 None found.
CURRENT MS LAB TRENDS Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby CONF/2017-2 $0 $0 None found.
FIRST HANDS Certification Rebecca Cahoon Daniel Cross CONF/2017-3 $0 $0 None found.
RAILROAD SAFETY: OPERATING SAFETY WITH KNOWLEDGE Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby CONF/2017-4 $0 $0 None found.
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT COMMAND Special Nick Ragan Nick Ragan 472-IC $0 $0 None found.
TRAINING OPERATIONS IN SMALL DEPARTMENTS National Fire Academy Pat Brown Steven Ashby F0290 $0 $0 None found.
NEW FIRE CHIEF I: CHALLENGING ISSUES National Fire Academy Pat Brown Steven Ashby F0760 $0 $0 None found.
COMMUNITY RISK REDUCTION: MFMO Extension Pat Brown Steven Ashby 143 $0 $0 None found.