NFA: National Fire Academy

 

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NFA001LEADERSHIP
NFA002MANAGING COMPANY TACTICAL OPERATIONS
NFA003ARSON DETECTION FOR THE FIRST RESPONDERThis 2-day course is designed specifically to provide a clear definition of the role of initial responder organizations, & to provide essential knowledge to enable them to recognize the potential of an intentionally set fire, preserve evidence, & properly report the information to appropriate officials. The training course includes the following basic topics: fire behavior, critical observations of the first responder, fire cause, scene security & evidence preservation, legal considerations, & reporting of findings. VIDEO INCLUDED
NFA004BASIC LIFE SUPPORT & HAZARDOUS MATERIALS RESPONSEVIDEO INCLUDED This 2-day course will emphasize critical concerns for emergency medical responders at hazardous materials incidents. Elements of this course include: safety issues for emergency medical service–hazardous materials response; managing contaminated victims requiring emergency medical assistance; decontamination & treatment procedures of a basic-life-support nature; transportation & receiving facilities. This course will assist the student in understanding & complying with federal regulations & national recommendations concerning emergency medical response to hazardous materials incidents.
NFA005EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO TERRORISM: BASIC CONCEPTSDesigned to provide students with a general understanding & recognition of terrorism, defensive considerations (biological, nuclear, incendiary, chemical, & explosive), as well as command & control issues associated with criminal incidents. When an incident occurs, the student will be able to recognize & implement self-protective measures; secure the scene; complete appropriate notifications to local, state, & federal authorities; & assist in completing a smooth transition from emergency to recovery & termination operations.
NFA006EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO TERRORISM: TACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS: COMPANY OFFICERThis course is designed to build upon the existing knowledge & skills of the first-responding supervisor from the Emergency Response to Terrorism: Basic Concepts course or Emergency response to terrorism: self-Study Guide. The students will be trained in security considerations, identifying signs of terrorism, anticipating unusual response circumstances, assessing information, & initiating self-protection actions.
NFA007EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO TERRORISM: TACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS: EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICESThis course is designed for first-on-the-scene responding EMS personnel with the responsibility to render patient care to victims of terrorist incidents. The students will be trained in security considerations, identifying signs of terrorism, anticipating unusual response circumstances, assessing information, & initiating self-protection actions. They also will apply their knowledge about response to a terrorist event, provide patient care, identify & preserve evidence, manage site safety, document the event, & debrief personnel.
NFA008EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO TERRORISM: TACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS: HAZARDOUS MATERIALSThis course is designed for first-on-the-scene responding hazardous materials technician or persons who have the responsibility of developing initial hazardous materials tactical considerations. The students will be trained in security considerations, identifying signs of terrorism, anticipating unusual response circumstances, assessing information, & initiating self-protection actions. They also will apply their knowledge about responding to a terrorist event, managing site safety, documenting the event, & debriefing personnel.
NFA009INCIDENT SAFETY OFFICERVIDEO INCLUDED This course examines the Safety Officer’s role at emergency response situations. A specific focus on operations within Incident Command System (ICS) as a Safety Officer is a main theme.
NFA010INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM FOR EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICESVIDEO INCLUDED Students will be introduced to the concepts of EMS-specific ICS through lecture & guided discussion. They will use scenarios, case studies, graphics, audiovisuals, & role play to demonstrate understanding of the concepts. Students will be required to complete the NFA self-study module Incident Command System before this course.
NFA011HEALTH AND SAFETY OFFICERVIDEO INCLUDED This course examines the Health & Safety Officer’s role in identifying, evaluating, & implementing policy & procedure that affect health & safety aspects for emergency responders. Risk analysis, wellness issues, & other occupational safety issues will be the main emphases of this course.
NFA012LEADERSHP I: STRATEGIES FOR COMPANY SUCCESSVIDEO INCLUDED Designed to meet the needs of the company officer, this course provides the participant with the basic skills & tools needed to perform effectively as a leader in the fire service environment. This Leadership course addresses techniques & approaches to problem-solving, identifying & assessing the needs of the company officer’s subordinates, running meetings effectively in the fire service environment, & decision making for the company officer.
NFA013LEADERSHIP II: STRATEGIES FOR PERSONAL SUCCESSVIDEO INCLUDED Designed to meet the needs of the company officer, this course provides the student with basic skills & tools needed to perform effectively as a leader in the fire service environment. This Leadership course addresses ethics, use & abuse of power at the company-officer level, creativity in the fire service environment, & managing the multiple role of the company officer.
NFA014LEADERSIP III: STRATEGIES FOR SUPERVISORY SUCCESSVIDEO INCLUDED Designed to meet the needs of the company officer, this course provides the student with basic skills & tools needed to perform effectively as a leader in the fire service environment. This Leadership course addresses when & how to delegate to subordinates, assessing personal leadership styles through situational leadership, when & how to discipline subordinates, & coaching/motivating techniques for the company officer.
NFA015MANAGING IN A CHANGING ENVIRONMENTManaging in a Changing Environment; the second of 2 courses in the subject area of mid-level management covers the skills & techniques mid-level managers will need to provide leadership & direction for their departments. Content includes an overview of significant economic, social, political , & technological influences affecting fire service operations. Students will have the opportunity to identify & relate these influences to their personal & professional situations; & to practice strategies for managing changes resulting from those influences.
NFA016SHAPING THE FUTUREShaping the Future,: the first of 2 courses in the subject area of mid-level management covers the skills & techniques mid-level managers will need to provide leadership & direction for their departments. The first module focuses on identifying opportunities &/or problems. Topics include environmental scanning, paradigm shifts, & methods for reframing problems accurately. The second module deals with group problem-solving techniques. The third module explains the need to quantify, justify, & communicate decisions so they will be implemented effectively. Managing change will be discussed in the final module. Topics include why people resist change, overcoming that resistance, & monitoring & evaluating the change before, during, & after its implementation.
NFA017MANAGING COMPANY TACTICAL OPERATIONS: TACTICSVIDEO INCLUDED Tactics is the 3rd tin the MCTO series designed to develop the company officer’s supervisory & management capabilities in structural fire operations. Key content includes the topic areas of rescue & ventilation, confinement & extinguish, water supply, exposures & defensive operations, & salvage, overhaul, & support. This course concludes with a major fire simulation activity.
NFA018FIRE PREVENTION FOR FIRST RESPONDERS & SMALL DEPARTMENTSVIDEO INCLUDED This 2-day inspirational course stresses awareness, advocacy, & motivational content needed by those who traditionally have been focused on operations (suppression, EMS, etc.) & who seek to learn new successful approaches appropriate for communities of all sizes, but most especially America’s smaller communities. The course focuses on identifying exciting & highly successful tools & approaches for addressing the total fire protection challenge via lessons learned in other communities, resources available, & the means & value of building partnerships & coalitions. Participants will come away empowered to make change & thus build departments that are more effective at serving both customers & members, by learning how to manage the fire prevention function better.
NFA019ARSON DETECTION FOR THE FIRST RESPONDERUPDATED This 2-day course is designed specifically to provide a clear definition of the role of initial responder organizations, & to provide essential knowledge to enable them to recognize the potential of an intentionally set fire, preserve evidence, & properly report the information to appropriate officials. The training course includes the following basic topics: fire behavior, critical observations of the first responder, fire cause, scene security & evidence preservation, legal considerations, & reporting of findings. VIDEO INCLUDED
NFA020PREVENTION & MITIGATION ADVOCACY FOR SMALL DEPARTMENT RESPONDERSCD & Video tape
NFA021MARKETING FIRE PREVENTION IN YOUR COMMUNITYCD & Video tape
NFA022TRAINING OPERATIONS IN SMALL DEPARTMENTSCD & Video tape
NFA025EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO TERRORISM: STRATEGIC CONSIDERATIONS FOR COMPANY OFFICERSCD & video tape
NFA026NIMS – – INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM FOR THE FIRE SERVICEIncident command system. Course materials and video
NFA027USFA OPPORTUNITIES IN FIRE PREVENTIONThe CD tool was developed to better inform USFA’s vast constituency of all the USFA is doing in the area of fire prevention to assist the fire service and the general public. USFA’s fire prevention opportunities are arranged into 4 categories: Campaigns, Curriculum, Partnerships, and Resources. Identified are progam-associated staff members with contact specifics and.or the associated websites to obtain information or answers to questions.
NFA028STRATEGY AND TACTICS FOR INITIAL COMPANY OPERATIONSCourse materials, video
NFA029IS631 – PUBLIC ASSISTANCE OPERATIONS IInteractive multimedia independent study course
NFA030IS630: INTRODUCTION TO THE PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PROCESSInteractive multimedia independent study course
NFA031INTRODUCTION TO DEBRIS OPERATIONS IN FEMA’S PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PROGRAMInteractive multimedia independent study course
NFA032COURTROOM PREPERATION AND TESTOMONY FOR FIRST RESPONDERSVideo – Motive, means & opportunity, Video – Residential structure fire
NFA033COMMUNITY RISK ISSUES AND PREVENTION INTERVENTIONSPowerpoint, video, course materials
NFA034NIMS-INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM FOR THE FIRE SERVICEVIDEO: IN COMMAND “THE EVOLUTION OF THE ICS SYSTEM”
NFA035NIMS-INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM FOR THE FIRE SERVICEVideo
NFA036INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM (ICS) SELF-STUDY COURSEThis program provides the user with a basic explanation of the Incident Command System, including organizational structure, positions and functions, responsibilities, and considerations.
NFA037INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM (SELF STUDY COURSE)This program provides the user with a basic explanation of the Incident Command System, including organizational structure, positions and functions, responsibilities, and considerations.
NFA038INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM (ICS) SELF-STUDY COURSEThis program provides the user with a basic explanation of the Incident Command System, including organizational structure, positions and functions, responsibilities, and considerations.
NFA039INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM (ICS) Self-Study CourseThis program provides the user with a basic explanation of the Incident Command System, including organizational structure, positions and functions, responsibilities, and considerations.
NFA040INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM (ICS) SELF-STUDY COURSEThis program provides the user with a basic explanation of the Incident Command System, including organizational structure, positions and functions, responsibilities, and considerations.
NFA041INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM (ICS)Self-Study
NFA042ICS-TUTORIALVersion 2.0 This CD provides the student with an overview of basic strategy and tactics, and addresses the command skills that officers need to understand and use effectively.
NFA043INTRODUCTION TO UNIFIED COMMAND FOR MUTLIAGENCY AND CATASTROPHIC INCIDENTSPowerpoint, course materials
NFA044INDICENT SAFETY OFFICER
NFA045METHODS OF ENHANCING SAFETY EDUCATIONVideos –NFA Leadership for life safety, Community education in America, & I t can’t happen to my child: Understanding & preventing childhood injuries. Course materials
NFA046HEALTH AND SAFETY OFFICER
NFA047EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO TERRORISM: INCIDENT MANAGEMENT
NFA048INTRODUCTION TO WILDLAND/URBAN INTERFACE FIREFIGHTING FOR THE STRUCTURAL COMPANY OFFICERCourse materials, videos- –Wildland fire Rat Creek Fire extreme fire behavior, Calabasas Fire; Clearing the smoke;
NFA049EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO TERRORISM: TACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS: COMPANY OFFICER
NFA050EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO TERRORISM: TACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS :COMPANY OFFICER & EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVI
NFA051EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO TERRORISM: TACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS: EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
NFA052EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO TERRORISM: TACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS: HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
NFA053EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO TERRORISM: TACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS: HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
NFA054INTRO TO NFIRS 5.0This 2-day course teaches students how to use standardized forms to achieve uniformity in their incident and activity reporting. At a local level, the NFIRS data can be used to: describe a community’s fire problem; support budget requests; improve decision making for allocation of resources; assist in planning for future fire protection; help identify opportunities for scheduling non-emergency activities; evaluate code enforcement programs; and identify target audiences for public fire education programs.
NFA055NATIONAL FIRE INCIDENT REPORTING SYSTEMVERSION 1.0 NFIRS Program Manager Toolkit
NFA056USFA OPPORTUNITIES IN FIRE PREVENTION PRESENTATION
NFA057STRATEGY AND TACTICS FOR INITIAL COMPANY OPERATIONS2nd EDITION, 2ND PRINTING COURSE MATERIALS
NFA058INTRODUCTION TO UNIFIED COMMAND FOR MULTIAGENCY AND CATASTROPHIC INCIDENTS1st EDITION, 5TH PRINTING, TEST course materials and videos
NFA059NIMS- INCIDNET COMMAND SYSTEM FOR EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES1ST EDITION, 3RD PRINTING
NFA060INTRODUCTION TO NIMS/NRP
NFA061TINTORDUCTION TO NIMS/NRPDVD-VIDEO
NFA062IN COMMAND “THE EVOLUTION OF THE ICS SYSTEM”
NFA063PREPARATION FOR INITIAL COMPANY OPERATIONS1ST EDITION, 5th PRINTING
NFA064PREVENTING FIRE RISK BASED ON SOCIOECONOMIC FACTORS: RURAL AND URBAN SETTINGSVideos: Leadership for Life Safety: Community Education in Action 2. Capacity to care
NFA065PREVENTING FIRE RISK BASED ON SOCIOECONOMIC FACTORS: RURAL AND URBAN SETTINGS1ST EDITION, 1ST PRINTING
NFA066JUBENILE FIRE INTERVENTION SPECIALISTA call for community action; The faces of juvenile firesetting; Make the right choice–Phoenix: Interviewing kids at risk; Interview case study
NFA067JUVENILE FIRESETTER INTERVENTION SPECIALIST ICourse CD
NFA068JUVENILE FIRESETTER INTERVENTION SPECIALIST II1ST EDITION, 3RD PRINTING – COURSE CD
NFA069FIRE PREVENTION FOR HIGH-RISK POPULATIONS: AGE AND DISABILITY FACTORS1ST EDITION, 1ST PRINTING – COURSE CD
NFA070FIRE PREVENTIONFOR HIGH-RISK POPULATIONS: AGE AND DISABILITY FACTORSVIDEOS: The other side of the coin; Growing old in a new age: Myths and realities of aging; “Capacity to care” Ohio Community; “Capacity to Care” Ivanhoe, VA; “Capacity to care” Camden, AL
NFA071HEALTH SAFETY OFFICER2ND EDITION, 3RD PRINTING – COURSE CD
NFA072ARSON DETECTION FOR THE FIRST RESPONDER1ST EDITION, 3RD PRINTING – COURSE CD
NFA073INCIDENT SAFETY OFFICER2ND EDITION, 3RD PRINTING — COURSE CD
NFA074INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM FOR STRUCTURAL COLLAPSE INCIDNETS4th EDITION, 2nd PRINTING — COURSE CD AND VIDEOS
NFA075STRATEGY AND TACTICS FOR INITIAL COMPANY OPERATIONS1ST EDITION, 5TH PRINTING — COURSE CD and videos
NFA076TRAINING OPERATIONS IN SMALL DEPARTMENTS2ND EDITION, 3RD PRINTING — COURSE CD
NFA077INITIAL RESPONSE TO HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENTS: BASIC CONCEPTS2ND EDITION, 1ST PRINTING — COURSE CD & VIDEO: “Firefighter safety”; “First on the scene”; “Out of chaos”
NFA078CRTFRPOWERPOINT SLIDES & SHOW
NFA080USFA OPPORTUNITIES IN FIRE PREVENTIONThe CD tool was developed to better inform USFA’s vast constituency of all the USFA is doing in the area of fire prevention to assist the fire service and the general public. USFA’s fire prevention opportunities are arranged into 4 categories: Campaigns, Curriculum, Partnerships, and Resources. Identified are progam-associated staff members with contact specifics and.or the associated websites to obtain information or answers to questions.
NFA081CHIEF OFFICER TRAINING CURRICULUM – OPERATIONS MANUAL
NFA082INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM ( ICS) RESOURCE CENTERThe CDs’ contain the following materials: ICS Resource Center; ICS 200 Course Materials; ICS 400 Course materials; ICS/EOC Interface Course Materials; ICS 100 Course Materials; ICS 300 Course Materials; ICS 402 Course Materials
NFA083INCIDENT COMMAND FOR HIGHRISE OPERATIONSThis course is designed to meet the needs of Command Officers responsible for operating at highrise incidents. This course will assist officers in organizing highrise incidents by organizing resources, developing strategies, and managing tactical operations and inter-agency coordination to protect life and minimize damage at highrise incidents.
NFA084INTRODUCTION TO WILDLAND URBAN INTERFACE FIREFIGHTING FOR STRUCTURAL COMPANY OFFICERThis course is designed to provide a basic understanding of the Wildland Urban Interface (WUI)) environment in which the structural fire company may be assigned. With the knowledge contained in this course, a structural fire Company Officer will be able to use a structural fire company safely and effectively in a Wildland Urban Interface environment.
NFA085WILDLAND TRAINING FOR STRUCTURAL FIREFIGHTERSThe Skills Crosswalk’s “Gap” courses are designed for use by structural firefighters meeting the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standards 1001 ( NFPA Firefighter I & II ) or NFPA Standard 1021 (Fire Officer I or higher) or those trained to an equivalent nationals structural fire training standard, as determined and certified by the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ). The Gap courses are a tool that can be used by a structural training program to train personnel to work safely in wildland/urban interface. The minimum instructor qualifications can be found at http://training.nwcg.gov/twt/sect_fieldmangers_courseguides.htm
NFA086WILDLAND TRAINING FOR STRUCTURAL FIREFIGHTERSThe Skills Crosswalk’s “Gap” courses are designed for use by structural firefighters meeting the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standards 1001 ( NFPA Firefighter I & II ) or NFPA Standard 1021 (Fire Officer I or higher) or those trained to an equivalent nationals structural fire training standard, as determined and certified by the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ). The Gap courses are a tool that can be used by a structural training program to train personnel to work safely in wildland/urban interface. The minimum instructor qualifications can be found at http://training.nwcg.gov/twt/sect_fieldmangers_courseguides.htm
NFA087WILDLAND TRAINING FORE STRUCTURAL FIREFIGHTERSThe Skills Crosswalk’s “Gap” courses are designed for use by structural firefighters meeting the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standards 1001 ( NFPA Firefighter I & II ) or NFPA Standard 1021 (Fire Officer I or higher) or those trained to an equivalent nationals structural fire training standard, as determined and certified by the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ). The Gap courses are a tool that can be used by a structural training program to train personnel to work safely in wildland/urban interface. The minimum instructor qualifications can be found at http://training.nwcg.gov/twt/sect_fieldmangers_courseguides.htm
NFA089INCIDENT SAFETY OFFICER
NFA090HEALTH & SAFETY OFFICER