Firefighter S-130/S-190/L-180 Hybrid Class
S-130 - The intent of this course is to train new firefighters in basic firefighting skills. This includes a required field exercise that may be arduous in nature.
S-190 - This is the first and foundational wildland fire behavior course in a five-course sequence in the NWCG curriculum. It introduces students to the basic concepts of wildland fire behavior, including:
- The primary wildland fire environment components: fuels, weather, and topography;
- How characteristics and interactions of fuels, weather, and topography affect fire behavior;
- How fire behavior affects risk to firefighters.
L-180 - Human Factors in the Wildland Fire Service, this online course exposes students to human performance concepts as part of basic wildland firefighter training. The course is specifically designed for entry-level operational personnel; however, this course also applies to all wildland fire service personnel, including non-operational personnel.
The class size will be limited to 25. Please complete the below form for registration. Questions can be directed to DC Ferguson: firstname.lastname@example.org. Departments will be invoiced for the fee of this class and/or Fire Academy, dependent upon the student's enrollment.
See the registration form on Day 1.