This course is designed to allow students to practice the skills needed during the initial minutes of a structure fire.
In these first moments, there are limited resources available and having a plan and structured approach can be critical to the incident outcome.
This class focuses on the individual skills required for rapid fireground responseMain Teaching Points
*A training building, drill square for stretching hose and flowing water, and an engine are required from the hosting department*
There are few tasks on the fireground that more directly impact the time it takes to get water on the fire than forcible entry.
This class starts with the basic fundamental skills required for successful forcible entry techniques for residential and light commercial occupancies.
Pre-Requisites: Forcible Entry - Foundations
This class focuses on advanced forcible entry techniques such as single firefighter, confined space, and low visibility conventional forcible entry, as well as non-destructive "through the lock" techniques.