PROGRAMS and EQUIPMENT CLASSES
EVT F-2 REVIEW CLASS. DESIGN & PERFORMANCE STANDARDS OF FIRE APPARATUS
This twelve hour program is focused on reviewing material that will be included on the Emergency Vehicle Technician (EVT) F-2 exam, Design and Performance Standards of Fire Apparatus. This program is designed for group participation and incorporates small group exercises. Preparation for this program includes reading and understanding the required material as suggested by EVT. This program is most beneficial when scheduled in conjunction with the exam that should immediately follow the second day’s program.
NOZZLES & FLOWS
A refresher class on operating your department’s existing nozzles. We review the manufacturer’s operation recommendations with the members of the department. We review flow and pattern carasticis. This is a hands on program. Major manufacturers products that can be reviewed include: Akron, Elkhart and TFT.
HOW TO CHOOSE A NOZZLE
This program, also known as Nozzle 101, covers all major types of nozzles including: Solid Bore, Fixed Gallonage Fog, Adjustable Gallonage Fog, Automatic Fog Nozzles and Speciality (Low Pressure) Nozzles. We review the features and benefits, limitations and design of each so that the attendees leave with a clear understanding of the operation of each type of nozzle. Program includes both classroom and outside evolutions.
MASTER STREAM OPERATIONS
This program, also known as Master Stream Operations 101, focuses on your department’s existing monitors which can include: stationary truck mounted monitors/deck guns; truck/ground portable monitors and personal monitors. We review the manufacturer’s suggested recommendations for setup and operation and how they can be best used with your department SOG.
CLASS A & B FOAM EDUCTORS
This program, also known as Foam 101, is focused on returning to the basics with traditional foam in-line and by-pass style eductors, both portable and built within the apparatus fire pump. The program consists of classroom and outside evolutions (foam must be provided) and is focused on the existing foam eductors your department uses.