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Last Updated On January 27, 2015 11:16

The National Fire Academy (NFA) offers free, high-quality fire and EMS training

FIRE TRAINING ACADEMY TRAINING at North Bend (Registration Form)...1.

 

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First Course Call Period Courses .

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Chemistry for Emergency Response This 40 hour course is designed to prepare the responder to function safely at the scene of a hazardous materials incident by understanding the potential hazards. Class runs 8-5 daily For questions or registration information, contact Deputy State Fire Marshal Ron Bowen at ronald.bowen@wsp.wa.gov or 360-596-3923. Location: Snohomish County Fire District 7 Headquarters- 8010 180th Street S.E. Snohomish, WA 98296

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ICS-400 - Snohomish County Department Of Emergency ManagementHosted by the United States Coast Guard (USCG) District 13 - Contact LCDR Brian Henry (206) 220-7343

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International Disaster Conference & Expo – New Orleans, LA

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ICS-400- Snohomish County Department Of Emergency) This is designed to enable upper-level management personnel to effectively manage an incident or event using the Incident Command System.Location: Bellingham, WA Registration Deadline: January 29, 2015 whatcomunified@gmail.com

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Virginia Fire and Rescue Conference – Virginia Beach, VA

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and February 28-March 1 - Hazardous Materials Operations - Required Prerequisite – Haz-Mat Awareness This 32-hour course is designed to provide the First Responder with understanding of and the skills necessary to detect presence of hazardous materials, identify the hazards associated with these materials, and to take defensive action against these materials. CONTACT Jim Haverfield – Granite Falls Fire - Email: jim.haverfield@gffd17.org - Phone: 360‐691‐5553

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Combined E0427, CERT Program Manager and E0428, CERT Train-the-Trainer courses – Emmitsburg, MD

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ICS-400 Snohomish County Department Of Emergency - Location: Pierce County (For more info)
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2-6

Rescue Systems 1 by Snohomish County Fire District #4 And
3S FIRE LLC. This is a 40-hour course based on Rescue Systems Washington curriculum that teaches foundational skills in heavy rescue. INSTRUCTORS
: Rich Shrauner, Mike Juozapaitis, and John Tanaka, Brent Weir - Location:SCFD#4 Training Site @ 6425 South Machias Road, Snohomish, WA 98290

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PSE Instructor-Led Training - Please reserve no later than five days before the session. Email or call Dennis Smedsrud at 206-716-2754.Registration:PSE Operating Base — Georgetown 6500 Ursula Place S.Seattle, WA 98108

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2015 NW Leadership Brochure - Location :Red Lion Hotel on the River 909 N Hayden Island Drive Jantzen Beach - Portland, OR REGISTER HERE

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CISM: Group Crisis Intervention - Instructor Tom McSherry, MC . Location: 620 S. Hill Park Drive, Puyallup, WA - REGISTER HERE

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ICS-300 - Snohomish County Department Of Emergency Management Hosted by the United States Coast Guard (USCG) District 13 - Contact Steve Harvey USCG Sector Puget Sound
Stephen.J.Harvey@uscg.mil (206) 217-6096

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Step Up and Lead - Leadership Seminar- Location: Snohomish County Fire District 1 Headquarters 12425 Meridian Avenue, Everett WA 98208 - REGISTER HERE

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N0811 - Fire Cause Determination for Company Officers - 6-Day Off-Campus - Contact mark.ayers@state.or.us - Location: Raymond Fire Station Raymond, WA
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ICS-300 - Snohomish County Department Of Emergency Management - Location: Bellevue EOC 450 110th Ave NE
Bellevue, WA 98004 REGISTER HERE -

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Fire-Rescue Med Conference at Green Valley Ranch in Henderson NV (Powered by the EMS Section of the IAFC) REGISTER HERE

24-26

Wildland URBAN Interface - Place: Peppermill Resort, Reno Nevada - The International Association of fire Chiefs presents this along with the USDA Forest Service, US Department of the Interior, National Association of State Foresters, and the Nevada State Fire Chiefs.

25-26

ICS-400 - Snohomish County Department Of Emergency Management - Location: Bellevue EOC 450 110th Ave NE
Bellevue, WA 98004 REGISTER HERE -

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Homeland Security Exercise & Evaluation Program (HSEEP) (L-146) - Mount Vernon, WA The goal of the HSEEP Course is to provide intermediate-level training on incorporating exercise guidance and best practices from the HSEEP Volumes into students’ exercise programs. GET APPLICATION .

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CERT Train-The-Trainer - Location: Whatcom Unified Emergency Coordination Center 3888 Sound Way, Bellingham - For more information please contact Paula Towne at (360) 725-5290 or paula.towne@ofm.wa.gov.

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ICS 300: ICS for Expanding Incidents - location: Pierce County provides training on and resources for personnel who require advanced application of the ICS.

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Campus Emergencies Prevention, Response, and Recovery (MGT-324) SEE FLYER FOR DETAILS . Location: Commuinty Resource Center, 3900 Broadway Ave. Everett, WA 98201

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CERT Program Manager Training (G427) Location: Whatcom Unified Emergency Coordination Center, 3888 Sound Way, Bellingham - For more information please contact Paula Towne at (360) 725-5290 or paula.towne@ofm.wa.gov.

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PSE Instructor-Led Training - Please reserve no later than five days before the session. Email or call Dennis Smedsrud at 206-716-2754.Registration:PSE Operating Base — Georgetown 6500 Ursula Place S.Seattle, WA 98108

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ICS 400: ICS for Expanding Incidents - location: Pierce County provides training on and resources for personnel who require advanced application of the ICS.

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Fire 249-Wildland - Wildland Firefighting Class INSTRUCTOR: Captain Jason Kestle LOCATION: Fire Station #68, (8424 99th Ave NE Arlington, WA 98223) Completion of course will give you certification to obtain your Red Card through DNR. For additional information contact: Fire Science office at 425-388-916

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Fire 249-Wildland - Wildland Firefighting Class INSTRUCTOR: Captain Jason Kestle LOCATION: Fire Station #68, (8424 99th Ave NE Arlington, WA 98223) Completion of course will give you certification to obtain your Red Card through DNR. For additional information contact: Fire Science office at 425-388-916

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ICS-400: Advanced ICS for Complex Incidents Hosted by USCG Sector Puget Sound. Prerequisites include IS-100, IS-200, IS-700, IS-800, and ICS-300 Contact Steve Harvey USCG Sector Puget Sound Stephen.J.Harvey@uscg.mil (206) 217-6096

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PSE Instructor-Led Training - Please reserve no later than five days before the session. Email or call Dennis Smedsrud at 206-716-2754.Registration:PSE Operating Base — Georgetown 6500 Ursula Place S.Seattle, WA 98108

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ICS 300: ICS for Expanding Incidents - Intermediate ICS 300 provides training on and resources for personnel who require advanced application of the ICS FOR MORE INFO

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ICS 400: Advanced ICS for Complex Incidents - This course provides advanced training in the application of the ICS contact Lisa Davis (425) 487-4623 - Lisa.Davis2@fema.dhs.gov

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ICS 400: ICS for Expanding Incidents - location: Pierce County provides training on and resources for personnel who require advanced application of the ICS.

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ICS-300 - Hosted by the USCG Station Bellingham. contact BMC Charles Gittings USCG Station Bellingham
Charles.T.Gittings@uscg.mil

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PSE Instructor-Led Training - Please reserve no later than five days before the session. Email or call Dennis Smedsrud at 206-716-2754.Registration:PSE Operating Base — Georgetown 6500 Ursula Place S.Seattle, WA 98108

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ICS 300: ICS for Expanding Incidents location: Pierce County - Intermediate ICS 300 provides training on and resources for personnel who require advanced application of the ICS.
   

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ICS-400 - This course will address Command and General Staff, deputies and assistants, Unified Command, and organizational relationships between Area Command, Unified Command, and Emergency Operations Centers.
   
   
   
 
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Fire Science / EMT Class Schedule 2013-2014 info: Russell Colmore 425-388-9161 or Kim Menne 425-388-9591
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2013-2014 Class Schedule Fall Oct 7 – Dec 20 ♦ Winter Jan 6 – Mar 21 ♦ Spring Mar 31–Jun 13 ♦Summer Jun 30–Sep 12
Non-User Taser Class - This is a 3 hour class designed for those who work with Law Enforcement Officers. To schedule a FREE class contact Officer Trevor Townsend 425-257-8445 or 425-508-3196
EMERGENCY RESPONDER TRAINING - A Seminar for Firefighters & Emergency Management Personnel :Make sure you’re registered for one of Puget Sound Energy’s Emergency Responder Training programs. dennis.smedsrud@pse.com or call 425-456-2794
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OUR GOAL:

1. Replace / update old equipment
2. Standardize the brand and type nozzles used in the department
3. Replace / update old equipment
4. Eliminate the use of automatic nozzles
5. Develop a department Fire Flow standard
6. Improve CAFs effectiveness
7. Decrease nozzle reactions
 
 
 
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