Second Quarter 2017 Training Classes

This is the second quarter that we will be using Target Solutions to record our training activities.  Please ensure you attend and participate in the training classes, and make sure that you sign in on the roster in case there is an issue of attendance. Once again, there will be a few Saturday classes in the schedule to help those that aren't able to attend the Wednesday night drills.  These will be either a repeat of a Wednesday night drill so others have an opportunity to attend important training or a standalone class that requires additional time.


There will also be some opportunities for some refresher for the Firefighter II skills, in preparation for the upcoming certification test based on the WSP IFSAC criteria.  The skill sheets are the key reference for this.  The web site for this information is here.

Instructor Led Classes

  • April 26: RT-130 LCES, Watch Outs, 10 and 18 (Logistics required attendance)
  • May 3: RT-130 Drip Torch Use and Maintenance, Entrapment Avoidance, and Fire Shelters (Logistics required attendance)
  • May 10 & 13: RT-130 Progressive hose lays and Travis Pack deployment, includes pump operations
  • May 24: EVIP Road Course, Off Road Driving and Rodeo (Logistics required attendance)​​
  • June 7: EVIP Chapters 3, 4 and 5
  • June 14: RT-130 Large incidents, State Mobilization paperwork; Logistics - Staging Area Management & Wildland Rehab
  • June 28: Quarterly SCBA donning and Wildland PPE inspections


Self-Study Classes

  • Check back for additional information and check in Target Solutions


All EMS Practical Skills must be done with and EMS Evaluator

  • BLS OTEP 2017 - BLS-Mental Health: EMS Providers; Chaplain Bill Lotz will also be leading drill on May 17 to further discuss this topic.
  • BLS OTEP 2017 - BLS-Altered Mental Status
  • BLS OTEP 2017 - Spinal Immobilization
  • HIPAA annual training - if you have not completed this training, please contact a shift officer and watch the video and then take the test as soon as possible. If this is not completed by the end of May 2017, you will be considered out of service and will be contacted by both AC Shannon and Captain Dunbar for follow up action.


​​Quarterly Training Details can be found at the Target Solutions website.  If you have not yet logged into Target Solutions, please do so as soon as possible.  If there are issues, please contact Captain Dunbar for assistance.

The information on this page outlines the quarterly training requirements. Most classes for the current quarter are listed here with the manner in which they should be completed.  Be sure to check back each month to ensure you are aware of other classes that have been added, as sometimes classes are added during the quarter based on activities and scheduling.

If you have questions, contact Captain Dunbar or Assistant Chief Shannon.


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