November 2-5, 2017 at the Lake of the Ozark, Missouri
The MU Fire and Rescue Training Institute is excited to announce three Train-the-Trainer classes at this year's Missouri Emergency Services Instructor Conference. Train-the-Trainer classes are reserved for certified instructors recognized by the Missouri Division of Fire Safety (if you are not affiliated with a Missouri Fire Department, this requirement can be waived).
Participants will receive all of the curriculum and training that will enable you to deliver the selected classes to your own agency as a MU Fire and Rescue Training Institute Registered Program.
Basic Fire Fighter Skills — Train-the-Trainer
Learn how to facilitate this thirty-six hour course and cover the necessary skills for basic firefighting operations. Designed for the individual who is not pursuing Fire Fighter I and II certification, the course includes a blend of lecture with the majority of class time focused on practical skills and competency. Topics include: orientation and communication, firefighter safety, fire behavior, breathing apparatus, ladders, hose and nozzles, water supply and pump operations, forcible entry and ventilation, salvage and overhaul, rescue and fire control....Read More
Emergency Vehicle Driver Training — Train-the-Trainer
Learn how to deliver this recently redesigned and updated material by VFIS. This course incorporates the major elements of a comprehensive driver training program: classroom instruction, competency course, and testing. The intent of the Emergency Vehicle Driver Training course is to teach the students to use their own thought process and make them aware of the tragedy, financial loss, legal and moral responsibilities they have when operating emergency vehicles....Read More
Water Supply Operations for Suburban and Rural Firefighting — Train-the-Trainer
Learn how to facilitate a course focused on pressurized and non-pressurized water source operations. This presentation provides participants with a discussion and hands on experience in the movement of water from the source to the fireground in a safe and efficient manner. Participants perform practical evolutions including the operation of floating pumps, portable pumps, folding tanks, tanker trucks and supply pumpers, as well as associated tools and appliances. This is designed for either initial instruction or as a continual education refresher....Read More