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                        Matthew D. Tramel
                      May 5, 1991 – June 5, 2009

    Matthew Tramel was a senior at Purnell Swett High School with plans to
attend Nash Community College in Rocky Mount, NC. He was a member of
both Pembroke City Fire Department and Pembroke Rescue Squad.

   Matthew leaves to cherish his memories, his parents, Rayford and Sandra
Tramel, and a brother Brad Tramel.

    We are confident, I say, and willing rather to be absent from the body, and to be
present with the Lord. II Corinthians 5:8




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                                          TABLE OF CONTENTS
Agenda ................................................... 3-4    AERIAL OPERATIONS CERTIFICATION
Map of Area ...............................................7      Basic Aerial Operations .............................20
Motel Information ........................................6       Introduction to Aerial .................................20
Campus Map.......................................... 8-9
Registration Information .............................10          DRIVER/OPERATOR CERTIFICATION
                                                                  Basic Pump Operations .............................20
FIREFIGHTER I & II CERTIFICATION                                  Emergency Vehicle Driver...........................20
Building Construction ................................11          Introduction to Pumps ................................21
Emergency Medical Care ..........................11               Pump Hydraulics........................................21
Fire Alarms & Communications..................11                  Pump Maintenance ...................................21
Fire Behavior .............................................11     Pump Water Supply ...................................21
Fire Department Orientation & Safety .........12
                                                                  Service Testing ...........................................22
Fire Hose, Streams & Appliances................12
                                                                  Sprinklers & Standpipes .............................22
Fire Prevention, Education & Cause............12
Forcible Entry.............................................12
HazMat Awareness & Terrorism ..................13                 EMS CERTIFICATION CLASSES
HazMat Operations & Terrorism.................13                  ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support)
Ladders .....................................................13     Renewal................................................22
Personal Protective Equipment ....................13              EMS Track .................................................22
Portable Fire Extinguishers –                                     PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support) .......23
   Foam Fire Streams ................................14           PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Rescue ......................................................14     TRAINING FOR EMS ............................23
Ropes........................................................14   SMAT III ....................................................23
Salvage - Overhaul ...................................14
Sprinklers ..................................................15   NIMS CLASSES
Ventilation .................................................15   NIMS 700, 100, 200, 800........................24
Water Supplies ..........................................15       NIMS 300.................................................24
                                                                  NIMS 400.................................................24
TECHNICAL RESCUER CERTIFICATION
General Rescue Operations –                                       NON-CERTIFICATION CLASSES
  General Rescue Equipment.................16                     Fire Department Revitalization ....................25
General PPE – General                                             Fire Officer Development ...........................25
  Helicopter Transport ...........................16              First Due Engine Company ........................25
General Rescue Rigging ..........................16               Flameout...................................................26
General Victim Management ..................16
                                                                  Heavy Vehicle Rescue ................................26
General Ropes........................................17
                                                                  Introduction to Firefighting .........................27
VMR Vehicle Anatomy – VMR Bus &
                                                                  Law & Administration .................................27
  Machinery ..........................................17
                                                                  Officer Command Training ........................28
VMR Rescue Operations..........................17
VMR Victim Management........................17                   PSARS .......................................................28
VMR Stabilization Extricate.......................18              Preparing Your Department for a
Ropes Rescue Operations -                                             Survey from the NC OSFM ...................28
  Ropes Mechanical Advantage.............18                       Rapid Intervention Teams ...........................29
Ropes Anchors ........................................18          Traffic Control for Emergency Services ........29
Ropes Victim Management .....................18                   Wildland Fire Tactics ..................................29
Ropes Fixed Ropes Systems .....................19
Ropes Lowers & Raises ............................19              Robeson County Board of Commissioners....32
Ropes High Lines ....................................19           Southeast Fire/Rescue College
                                                                    Planning Committee................................32
TR SPECIALTY CERTIFICATION                                        Robeson County Rescue Squads ..................33
TR Agricultural Emergencies .......................19             Robeson County Fire Departments ...............33



   REFUNDS WILL NOT BE GIVEN FOR ANY REASON. IF YOU CANNOT
 ATTEND, ANOTHER STUDENT MAY COME IN YOUR PLACE PROVIDED YOU
   CALL AHEAD AND INFORM US OF THE CHANGE AT (910) 738-7128.
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                         FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5
1:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.           TR Agricultural Emergencies

6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.            Registration/Vendors             Building 13

6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.           Basic Pump Operations
                                 EMS Track
                                 General Ropes
                                 HazMat Operations & Terrorism
                                 PSARS
                                 Professional Development Training for EMS
                                 VMR Vehicle Anatomy

7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.           Basic Aerial Operations
                                 Building Construction
                                 Emergency Medical Care
                                 Emergency Vehicle Driver
                                 Fire Alarms & Communications
                                 Fire Department Orientation & Safety
                                 Fire Hose, Streams & Appliances
                                 Fire Officer Development
                                 Fire Prevention, Education & Cause
                                 Flameout
                                 General PPE
                                 General Rescue Operations
                                 General Rescue Rigging
                                 General Victim Management
                                 HazMat Awareness & Terrorism
                                 Heavy Vehicle Rescue
                                 Introduction to Aerial
                                 Introduction to Firefighting
                                 Introduction to Pumps
                                 Ladders
                                 Law & Administration
                                 NIMS 300
                                 Personal Protective Equipment
                                 Pump Hydraulics
                                 Pump Maintenance
                                 Pump Water Supply
                                 Rapid Intervention Teams
                                 Rescue
                                 Ropes Anchors
                                 Ropes Victim Management
                                 Service Testing
                                 SMAT III
                                 Sprinklers
                                 Sprinklers & Standpipes
                                 Traffic Control for Emergency Services
 ALL FRIDAY NIGHT CLASSES WILL
                                 Ventilation
  REGISTER IN THE CLASSROOM.
ROOM NUMBERS WILL BE POSTED      VMR Stabilization Extricate
  IN THE REGISTRATION AREA IN    VMR Victim Management
     BUILDING 13 (see map).      Water Supplies
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                        SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6
7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.         Registration              Building 13
8:00 a.m. – 11 a.m.           NIMS 700
8:00 a.m. - 12 noon           ACLS
                              Basic Pump Operations
                              EMS Track
                              General Ropes
                              HazMat Operations & Terrorism
                              Professional Development Training for EMS
                              PSARS
                              Ropes High Lines
                              TR Agricultural Emergencies
8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.         VMR Vehicle Anatomy
8:30 a.m. - 11:30 noon        Classes (12 Hours)
11:30 noon - 1:00 p.m.        Lunch                     ON YOUR OWN
12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.        NIMS 100
1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.         Classes (12 Hours)
1:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.         ACLS
                              EMS Track
                              Professional Development Training for EMS
                              TR Agricultural Emergencies
1:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.         Basic Pump Operations
                              General Ropes
                              HazMat Operations & Terrorism
                              PSARS
1:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.         Ropes High Lines
2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.         VMR Bus & Machinery


                         SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7
7:30 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.         Devotional                Auditorium
8:00 a.m. – 11 a.m.           NIMS 200
8:00 a.m. - 12 noon           EMS Track
                              PALS
                              Professional Development Training for EMS
8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.         Classes (12 Hours)
8:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.         Basic Pump Operations
                              General Ropes
                              HazMat Operations & Terrorism
                              PSARS
8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.         TR Agricultural Emergencies
8:00 a.m. – 3 p.m.            Foam Fire Streams
                              General Helicopter Transport
                              General Rescue Equipment
                              Overhaul
                              Ropes Mechanical Advantage
12 noon – 3:00 p.m.           NIMS 800
1:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.         PALS

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 APPLICATIONS RECEIVED
BY JANUARY 8TH WILL BE
ELIGIBLE FOR A DRAWING
  FOR A $50 GIFT CARD.
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                  MOTEL INFORMATION
                            HOST MOTEL
                      Fairfield Inn - Lumberton
                           3361 Lackey Street
                         Interstate 95 at Exit 20
                            (910) 739-8444
                       $55.00 per night (plus tax)

         PLEASE ADVISE THE MOTEL THAT YOU ARE WITH THE
                 SOUTHEAST FIRE/RESCUE COLLEGE

                   OTHER AVAILABLE MOTELS
     Hampton Inn - Lumberton             Super 8 Motel - Lumberton
     201 Wintergreen Drive               150 Jackson Court
     Interstate 95 at Exit 22            Interstate 95 at Exit 22
     (910) 738-3332                      (910) 671-4444

     Holiday Inn - Lumberton             Comfort Inn & Suites - Lumberton
     5201 Fayetteville Road              215 Wintergreen Drive
     Interstate 95 at Exit 22            Interstate 95 at Exit 22
     (910) 671-1166                      (910) 739-8800

     Best Western
     201 Jackson Court
     Interstate 95 at Exit 22
     910) 618-9799




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                    REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Enrollment will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Every effort will be made to
accommodate your first class choice. Should your first class choice be unavailable, you will
be placed in your next available choice. You will be notified by postcard of your class
placement.

Fees:    $25.00 per person - Emergency Personnel
         $90.00 per person - Non-Emergency Personnel or Out-of-State Participants

To preregister, mail your completed registration form and check made out to
ROBESON COMMUNITY COLLEGE by Friday, January 29 to:

                                    Debra Brooks
                              Robeson Community College
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                                    P O. Box 1420
                                 Lumberton, NC 28359

Students taking a class that begins on Saturday will need to check in at the
registration desk in Building 13 upon arrival for class information.

Students taking a class that begins on Friday night will register in the classroom.
Room numbers will be posted in the Registration Area in Building 13 (see map).

You must be present the first day of class in order to register.

                   MINIMUM AGE REqUIREMENTS
Participants must be at least 16 years of age to enroll in the Southeast Fire/Rescue College.
Participants between the ages of 16 and 18 who live outside of Robeson County must have
written permission from their High School principal along with their registration form (high
school release form is located on registration form). It is mandatory we have this
on file before you begin class.

                       CERTIFICATE INFORMATION
All participants attending at least 80% of class hours will be awarded attendance certificates
on Sunday afternoon. Certification class certificates will be mailed out within two weeks of
class ending.

                                   EMERGENCIES
For emergencies that may arise during class hours, dial (910) 272-3338.




                 FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CONTACT
        THE EMERGENCY SERVICES TRAINING CENTER AT (910) 738-7128.




  FIREFIGHTER CLASSES MARKED WITH AN “LB”
       ARE FOR LIVE BURN QUALIFICATION
                 (NFPA 1403)
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   FIREFIGHTER I & II CERTIFICATION CLASSES
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION (15 hrs.)
This course will enable the firefighter candidate to identify the different types
of construction and their reaction during a fire situation and the hazards
associated with each.
Needs: Full turnout gear with SCBA
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7-10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
                                               Instructor: RON HARDIN

EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE (15 hrs.)
This course will enable one to rapidly assess and intervene in the following
types of emergencies: cardiac arrest, airway obstruction, burns, poisoning or
drug overdose, and major wound treatment. In addition, the laws, standards,
and self-protection practices of infection control will be covered.
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 - 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg 13.
                                         Instructor: JOSEPH LOMBARDI

FIRE ALARMS & COMMUNICATIONS (15 hrs.)
This course will teach the proper use of communication equipment and
procedures for receiving any type alarm. It will cover the policies and
procedures concerning ordering and transmitting of multiple alarms and the
action to be taken upon receipt of these signals.
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7- 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
                                               Instructor: JEANIE WEST

FIRE BEHAVIOR (LB) (12 hrs.)
This course forms the basis for many operations on the fire scene. A basic
understanding of the chemical and physical nature of fire is required for safe
and effective fire control. Participants will become familiar with terminology;
the fire triangle and tetrahedron; the stages of fire and its conditions, signs,
and indicators; and the transfer of heat.
Needs: Full PPE
                                                 Instructor: RICKEY LEWIS




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FIRE DEPARTMENT ORIENTATION & SAFETY (LB) (15 hrs.)
Students will be exposed to the organizational structure and position roles
of the fire and rescue service. Services provided and laws and regulations
governing departmental functions will be covered. Various benefits and
guidelines pertaining to a department and its members will be discussed.
Students will become aware of the alarming rate at which fire and rescue
personnel are injured or killed while performing duties.
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 - 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
                                                 Instructor: JOE DIXON

FIRE HOSE, STREAMS & APPLIANCES (LB) (15 hrs.)
The student will be presented with the types and applications of hose, nozzles,
adaptors and tools carried on pumpers. Correct applications will be included
as well as the information needed to conduct annual hose testing.
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 - 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
Needs: Full PPE
                                               Instructor: TERRY PARKER

FIRE PREVENTION, EDUCATION & CAUSE (15 hrs.)
This course covers common fire causes, points of origin, and prevention of
fire. Inspections, education, how to prepare a pre-fire plan, and how to
conduct building fire safety and school drills is also dealt with.
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 - 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
                                                    Instructor: PETE DUFFY

FORCIBLE ENTRY (LB) (12 hrs.)
Students participating in this course will be able to identify the different
construction types of doors and windows as well as various locks and lock
assemblies. Students will learn the proper techniques to force entry through
these doors, windows and locks using various tools carried on typical fire
apparatus. Proper care and maintenance of forcible entry tools will also be
covered.
Needs: Full PPE
                                               Instructor: TODD WOOD


            ***12-HOUR CLASSES WILL MEET
           SATURDAY 8:30 A.M. – 5 P .M. AND
               SUNDAY 8 A.M. – 1 P.M. ***
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HAZARDOUS MATERIALS: AWARENESS & TERRORISM (15 hrs.)
This course is an awareness course designed to cover basic response
objectives expected of a person certified at the Awareness Level. Course
topics include recognizing the presence of a hazardous material, isolating
the area to protect the public and responders, and identifying the material
using various methods available to a responder. The course will also include
elements of terrorism and its potential impact and relationship to hazardous
materials incidents. This course meets all the competencies required by
OSHA 1910.120 and NFPA 472 1997 edition.
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 - 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
                                             Instructor: JAMES MARTIN

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS: OPERATIONS & TERRORISM (18 hrs.)
This course is designed to cover responding to hazardous materials incidents
in a defensive manner. Course topics include advanced recognition and
identification procedures. Various defensive actions to limit the harm of
an incident of this type will be demonstrated. The course also includes
understanding the elements of terrorism and its potential impact and
relationship to a hazardous materials incident. This class meets all the
competencies required by OSHA 1910.120 and NFPA 472 1997 edition.
Note: This class meets Friday night from 6 - 10 p.m., Saturday from 8
a.m. - 6 p.m. and Sunday from 8 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Students will register
in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the Registration Area
in Bldg. 13.
Needs: Dress appropriately for weather on Sunday
                                             Instructor: HIEU SIFFORD

LADDERS (LB) (15 hrs.)
This class will develop skills in ladder carries and raises. Working as a team will be
stressed and proper climbing of assorted group ladders up to 35 feet encouraged.
Removing victims from upper elevations by ladder will also be taught.
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 - 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
Needs: FULL PPE
                                                   Instructor: DONALD SMITH

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EqUIPMENT (LB) (15 hrs.)
This course covers all areas of the SCBA including the requirements of the
wearer, the feature of the unit itself, the donning of the unit, and the care,
inspection and maintenance of the SCBA unit.
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 - 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
Needs: Full PPE
                                             Instructor: DONALD COMER

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PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS (6 hrs.) – FOAM FIRE STREAMS (6 hrs.)
Portable Fire Extinguishers will present the firefighter with the proper use of
portable extinguishers and the demonstration of the actual extinguishment of
a Class A & B fire. This class meets Saturday from 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Foam Fire Streams will present the firefighter candidate the use of foam-making
appliances and the application of foam generation. It will also cover types of
foam and their uses. This class meets Sunday from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
                                                  Instructor: DAVID RICKE

RESCUE (15 hrs.)
At almost every fire scene, there exists the possibility that a human life may
be in jeopardy. When this happens, a search may have to be initiated
rapidly. This course teaches how to operate safely using sound judgment
and appropriate search tools and techniques. Firefighters should know how
and why a particular tool works, when to use it, what it will do, and most
importantly, its limitations.
Needs: Turnout gear, eye & hearing protection
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 - 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
                                                 Instructor: JASON BASS

ROPES (12 hrs.)
This course will introduce the student to the many applications of ropes in
the fire service. Topics will include rope construction, care, maintenance and
applications for the different types of ropes. The elements that are the basis for
tying knots and the advantages and disadvantages of the many knots used in
the fire service will also be covered. Students will learn to correctly tie a variety
of knots and use these knots in various lifting and lowering applications.
Needs: 25’ of 1/2” body cord, 6’ of 8mm rope
                                                     Instructor: MIKE CROSS

SALVAGE (6 hrs.) & OVERHAUL (LB) (6 hrs.)
These classes are designed to meet certification requirements for Salvage
and Overhaul. The course will develop a basic understanding of salvage
and overhaul techniques as well as use of water chute and procedures and
safety precautions during overhaul.
Salvage meets Saturday from 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. & Overhaul meets
Sunday from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Needs: Full PPE
                                       Instructor: RICHARD THOMAS




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SPRINKLERS (15 hrs.)
This course covers the many types of sprinkler systems as well as their
components and the reliability of automatic sprinkler systems.
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 - 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
Needs: Full PPE
                                           Instructor: WILLIAM BRYAN

VENTILATION (LB) (15 hrs.)
This course deals with the use of, and the need for, automatic venting devices,
the methods for ventilating basements, the use of forced ventilation, and the
consideration that must be made when ventilating a structure. It will also
cover the tools used in ventilation.
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 - 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
Needs: Full PPE, eye protection, gloves, Essentials Manual if
available
                                                   Instructor: BILLY EVERS

WATER SUPPLIES (LB) (15 hrs.)
The firefighter candidate will be presented material during this course that
will enable him/her to demonstrate both forward and reverse hose lays
from the use of a pressurized hydrant and the use of mobile water supplies.
Also covered are relay pumping and the basic components of a local water
distribution system.
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 - 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
Needs: turnout gear and calculator
                                            Instructor: VIC MCCASKILL




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         TECHNICAL RESCUER CERTIFICATION
GENERAL RESCUE OPS. (9 hrs.) – GENERAL RESCUE EqUIPMENT (6 hrs.)
General Rescue Operations presents the Technical Rescuer with the
requirements for proper site operations, victim management, and maintenance
for all of the rescue disciplines which include rope rescue, confined space
rescue, trench rescue, structural collapse, vehicle and machinery rescue,
surface water, swift water rescue, and wilderness rescue. This class meets
Friday from 7-10 p.m. and Saturday from 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
General Rescue Equipment introduces the Technical Rescuer to the operation and
function of various tools and equipment commonly used in rescue operations.
This course will also present procedures for care, inspection, and maintenance
of personal protective equipment, tactical equipment, and apparatus. The value
of periodic inspection and maintenance to reduce the chances of unexpected
equipment failure, performance failure, disabling injuries, and fatalities will be
discussed. This class meets Sunday from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
                                              Instructor: GENE MATTHIS

GENERAL PPE (9 hrs.) – GENERAL HELICOPTER TRANSPORT (6 hrs.)
General PPE introduces to the Technical Rescuer the need for, and use of,
personal protective equipment to enable the rescuer to perform his/her duties
in a safe and responsible manner. Physical characteristics of rescuers, stress,
endurance, and the limitations of equipment will be discussed. This class
meets Friday from 7 – 10 p.m. and Saturday from 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
General Helicopter Transport presents to the Technical Rescuer general
operating and safety guidelines when working with helicopters at emergency
scenes for the protection of on-scene emergency providers, flight crews, and
the civilian population. This class meets Sunday from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
                                       Instructor: MICHAEL WILLIAMS

GENERAL RESCUE RIGGING (15 hrs.)
This course will present to the Technical Rescuer the proper use of ropes and
other related rescue rigging equipment used during rescue operations. This
course will involve the setup of various ladders and timber configuration for
technical rescues.
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 – 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
                                             Instructor: MARK JENKINS
GENERAL VICTIM MANAGEMENT (15 hrs.)
This class will present to the Technical Rescuer the proper method for the safe
movement of patients from a hazardous situation to one of safety. Various lifts,
carries, drags, and stretchers will be discussed with the safety and well being
of patients and rescuers given priority. This class will also introduce various
search methods used for the rescue of individuals in situations of being lost.
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 – 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
                                                          Instructor: STAFF
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GENERAL ROPES (18 hrs.)
This class will present to the Technical Rescuer safe and effective methods
of rescue in elevated and below grade environments using ropes, knots,
and rope related equipment. Mechanical advantage, anchors, anchoring
techniques, and stress loads will be covered.
Note: This class meets Friday night from 6-10 p.m., Saturday from 8
a.m. – 6 p.m., and Sunday from 8 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Students will register
in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the Registration Area
in Bldg. 13.
                                           Instructor: MARK WILLIAMS

VMR VEHICLE ANATOMY (9 hrs.) – VMR BUS & MACHINERY (9 hrs.)
VMR Vehicle Anatomy presents the Technical Rescuer vehicle anatomy and
introduces new technologies in vehicle devices which present hazards for
rescue personnel. Topics included in this class are vehicle construction,
crumple zones, bumper systems, air bags, side impact protection systems,
new vehicle innovations, propulsion systems, passive safety systems and
active safety systems. Suggestions on how to cope with innovative vehicles
to safely mitigate a modern vehicle rescue will also be discussed. This class
meets Friday night from 6 – 10 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Students will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in
the Registration Area in Bldg. 13.

VMR Bus & Machinery presents the Technical Rescuer construction style and
use of school, mass transit, and tour buses. The class will offer additional
information on how to organize size-up, gaining access, vehicle stabilization,
enlarging openings, disentanglement of victims, extrication techniques, and
post-rescue operations. The Technical Rescuer will be introduced to methods
to control electrical, fuel, fire, traffic, A/C, and engine hazards. This class
meets Saturday from 2 p.m. – 6 p.m. and Sunday from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
                                              Instructor: JERRY BRADSHAW

VMR RESCUE OPERATIONS (12 hrs.)
This class will present the Technical Rescuer the hazards of vehicle rescue
operations, ICS, access, disentanglement, extrication, and the post-rescue
phases of vehicle rescue.
                                                      Instructor: STAFF

VMR VICTIM MANAGEMENT (15 hrs.)
This class will present the Technical Rescuer with proper methods for the
movement of patients from a hazardous situation while focusing on the safety
and well being of the patients and rescuers. Stabilizing the situation, gaining
access, packaging, and removal of patients from vehicle and machinery
rescue incidents will be emphasized in this course.
Note: This class meets Friday night from 7 – 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
                                                         Instructor: STAFF
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VMR STABILIZATION EXTRICATE (15 hrs.)
This class will present the Technical Rescuer the steps to stabilize a vehicle on
four wheels, a side-resting vehicle and a roof-resting vehicle. The Technical
Rescuer will also be introduced to procedures for the following: opening
a jammed door using a hinge attack and a latch attack, how to create a
third door, total door removal, sidewall removal, working with a collapsed
roof, creating the roof flap, C-B-A roof pillar cut, procedures for total roof
removal, truck tunneling, through the floor access, how to displace a steering
column, dash roll, removal and/or relocation of pedals, and how to remove
and/or relocate seats.
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 – 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
                                                   Instructor: REDS TEAM

ROPES RESCUE OPS. (6 hrs.) –
   ROPES MECHANICAL ADVANTAGE – (6 hrs.)
Ropes Rescue Operations presents the Technical Rescuer with the requirements
for pre-planning, scene size-up, and hazards assessment for incidents
involving rope rescue. This class will also introduce the Technical Rescuer
to applicable standards addressing rope rescue, PPE, accessory gear, rope
software, and rope hardware.
This class meets Saturday from 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Ropes Mechanical Advantage presents the Technical Rescuer with the correct
techniques for the setup, operation, and function of compound mechanical
advantage systems used during rope rescue incidents. This class meets
Sunday from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
                                         Instructor: TOMMY MCNEILL

ROPES ANCHORS (15 hrs.)
This class will present the Technical Rescuer correct techniques for the setup,
operations, and function of various multiple-point anchor and portable
anchor/lifting platform systems used during rope rescue incidents.
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 – 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
                                             Instructor: BRUCE BUTNER

ROPES VICTIM MANAGEMENT (15 hrs.)
This class will present the Technical Rescuer with proper methods for the
movement of patients from a hazardous situation while focusing on the safety
and well-being of the patients and rescuers. Stabilizing the situation, gaining
access, packaging, and removal of patients from vehicle and machinery
rescue incidents will be emphasized in this course.
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 – 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
                                            Instructor: CALVIN BISHOP
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ROPES FIXED ROPE SYSTEMS (12 hrs.)
This class will present the Technical Rescuer with the correct techniques for
the setup, operation, and function of fixed rope systems used during rope
rescue incidents.
                                         Instructor: RICHARD CAUDILL

ROPES LOWERS & RAISES (12 hrs.)
This class will present the Technical Rescuer with the correct techniques for
the setup, operation, and function of various types of high-angle raising and
lowering operations involving litters during a rope rescue incident.
                                                Instructor: JOE MANCOS

ROPES HIGH LINES (9 hrs.)
This class will present the Technical Rescuer with the correct techniques for the
setup, operation, and function of highline systems for use at a rope rescue
incident. This class meets Saturday from 8 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
                                       Instructor: JASON DANIEL DEAN

               TR SPECIALTY CERTIFICATION
TR AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCIES (22 hrs.)
The purpose of this course is to train fire, rescue and emergency services
personnel how to deal with agricultural emergencies. Students will become
familiar with emergencies involving grain bins and silos, agricultural chemicals
and pesticides, and farm equipment. Extrication techniques will be reviewed
and demonstrated. Practical exercises on Saturday and Sunday will be held
off campus.

THE NC FIRE AND RESCUE COMMISSION CERTIFICATION WILL ONLY
BE GIVEN TO THE STUDENT WHO HAS CURRENTLY COMPLETED THE
TR GENERAL CLASSES.
Class Limit: 20 students
Note: This class meets Friday from 1 p.m. – 10 p.m., Saturday from
8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., and Sunday from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. Students will
register in the classroom on Friday. You will be sent the classroom
number to report to on your confirmation card. Pre-register early, as
this class is limited to 20 students.
Needs: helmet, coveralls, gloves, eye protection, boots (turnout
gear) required
                       Instructor: JOEL FAIRCLOTH & RONALD ELLIS




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        AERIAL OPERATIONS CERTIFICATION
BASIC AERIAL OPERATIONS (15 hrs.)
This course will review the application and use of various types of aerials
including articulating booms, telescoping booms, elevated platforms, and
aerial ladders. It will detail tip loads and uses of master streams from aerial
devices.
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 - 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
Needs: helmet, gloves, coat – clothes for outside work
                                               Instructor: CHARLES DAVIS

INTRODUCTION TO AERIAL (15 hrs.)
This course is designed to introduce personnel to various types of aerial fire
apparatus and their applications to emergency operations. It will include
job and individual performance issues, how to identify various types of aerial
apparatus, features of the design and application of aerials and elevating
platforms. It will also review unsafe acts as related to weather and terrain in
placement and use of aerials. Students will also review unsafe acts as related
to driver operator errors.
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 - 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
Needs: turnout gear
                                               Instructor: WILL GREGORY

          DRIVER/OPERATOR CERTIFICATION
BASIC PUMP OPERATIONS (18 hrs.)
This course will review and explain basic elements of pump operations
including priming, pumping from hydrants, setting engine pressure, and
calculating friction loss.
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 6 - 10 p.m., Saturday
from 8 a.m. - 6 p.m., and Sunday from 8 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Building 13.
Needs: helmet and gloves
                                      Instructor: CHRIS CHRISTIAN

EMERGENCY VEHICLE DRIVER (15 hrs.)
This course deals with safe operations of emergency vehicles, driving skills,
legal implications of emergency drivers, and departmental standard operating
procedures. All emergency equipment drivers can participate in this class.
Pre-requisite: A copy of your valid driver’s license must be given to
instructor in class
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 - 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
                                                Instructor: BRIAN HEHL
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INTRODUCTION TO PUMPS (15 hrs.)
This course will explain and identify job or individual requirements for pump
operators and will detail safe operation of the vehicle. It will also detail the
safe operation, as well as the basic aspects, of positive displacement and
centrifugal pumps.
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 - 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
Needs: pumping apparatus handbook preferred
                                             Instructor: BILLY HUGGINS

PUMP HYDRAULICS (15 hrs.)
Understanding the various states of pressure encountered in the water
flow is an integral part of the Driver/Operator’s knowledge. Without this
understanding, all pumping operations would remain a mystery. Needless to
say, setting up a pumping operation correctly would be difficult.
Needs: Calculator, paper & pencil
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 - 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
                                               Instructor: FLOYD FRITZ

PUMP MAINTENANCE (15 hrs.)
A fire service apparatus reflects the attention it receives. For an apparatus
to perform in a flawless manner requires a high degree of maintenance,
concentrated in specific areas. These critical areas are denoted in the NFPA
1002 and 1915 Standards. These are the guidelines that the candidate must
follow to maintain a safely operating apparatus.
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 - 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
                                                           Instructor: STAFF

PUMP WATER SUPPLY (15 hrs.)
This course will review and discuss the methods by which water supply is
obtained and maintained during an emergency operation. It will detail water
main systems and will describe how to identify and determine flow in such
systems. It will also detail mobile water supply systems and how they operate.
It will describe and explain quick dump mobile water supply operations and
detail methods for relaying water to a pumper.
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 - 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
Needs: Dress appropriately for outside practicals
                                                           Instructor: STAFF


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SERVICE TESTING (15 hrs.)
This course will explain and demonstrate the proper methods and procedures
used to test fire service pumping apparatus for service testing according to
ISO and NFPA standards. The course will explain how capacity tests are
performed and demonstrate mathematical calculations related to service
testing. Actual tests will be conducted by the students.
Needs: Calculator and turnout gear
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 - 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
                                                       Instructor: CY KIRK

SPRINKLERS & STANDPIPES (15 hrs.)
This course will discuss and detail operations regarding setup and supply
operations for pump operators for sprinkler systems and wet and dry standpipe
systems. It will include a review of control valves, pressure settings, and
operations procedures.
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 - 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
                                            Instructor: FRANKIE MOREE

                      EMS CERTIFICATION
ACLS (ADVANCED CARDIAC LIFE SUPPORT)
   RENEWAL - (8 hrs.-Saturday)
This class is a re-certification of Advanced Life Support for personnel who
use this in the field as well as in the hospital setting. Student will need a
current AHA ACLS textbook and a current ACLS card or card that has expired
within 3 months. Possession of the textbook is your entry into class. Cost of
the card will be $2.50 to be paid in the classroom. This is American Heart
Association. If you have any questions about this class, please call Flora Gail
Lowry-Williams at (910) 272-3408.
Note: This class meets Saturday from 8 a.m. - 5:30p.m.
                                          Instructor: TOMMY JACKSON

EMS TRACK - (4 hrs. each topic)
This track is open to anyone who holds an EMS certification and needs
Continuing Education hours. At the completion of this track, the student will
receive 16 hours of credit for Continuing Education. Students will receive a
certificate for each individual class.

Friday: 6-10 p.m. - CPR certification (will do renewal or initial). Cards
are $2.00 in the classroom.             Instructor: CHRIS CONNOR

Saturday: 8 a.m. – 12 noon - Airway Management – skills with nasal,
oral, combitube, ET, King airway.  Instructor: JOHNATHAN BELL
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Saturday: 1:30-5:30 p.m. – Cardiovascular Emergencies – 12 Lead
Placement. “I think my heart stopped.” Instructor: JOHNATHAN BELL

Sunday: 8 a.m. – 12 noon – Trauma Emergencies: What hurts the most?
                                     Instructor: CHRIS CONNOR

PALS (PEDIATRIC ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT) - (8 hrs.-Sunday)
This class is a re-certification of Pediatric Advanced Life Support for personnel
who use this in the field as well as in the hospital setting. Student will need a
current AHA PALS textbook and a current PALS card or card that has expired
within the last 3 months. Possession of the textbook is your entry into class.
Cost of the card will be $2.50 to be paid in the classroom. This is American
Heart Association. If you have any questions about this class, please call
Flora Gail Lowry-Williams at (910) 272-3408.
Note: This class meets Sunday from 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
                                               Instructor: TOMMY JACKSON

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TRAINING FOR EMS LEVEL I/LEVEL 2
Instructors will receive 4 hours of credit with each topic. This is credit that can
be used for recertification at the Level I or Level II for North Carolina Office
of EMS. If there are any questions, please call Flora Gail Lowry-Williams at
(910) 272-3408.
Friday: 6 p.m. – 10 p.m. Powerpoint              Instructor: GENE MELVIN
Saturday: 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. CIS Data Use       Instructor: JIMMY STEWART

Saturday: 1:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Word Microsoft    Instructor:
                                               RANDY CARLYLE
Sunday: 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. EMS Professionalism      Instructor:
                                             JOHNATHAN BELL

SMAT III – (15 hrs.)
A SMAT III Team is an EMS or Fire Department based team that is designed
to be the first line of response in support of local agencies in the event of a
decontamination event or mass medical care event. There are currently 29
SMAT III teams across the State of North Carolina.

Mission: (1) Provide a first line of defense locally, assist at hospitals, or respond
regionally or statewide at the request of the North Carolina Department
Emergency Management and (2) Provide local decontamination/medical
treatment teams that can rapidly assist/start decontamination operations
on victims of chemical exposures or other incidents that would require
decontamination.
Note: This class meets Friday night from 7 – 10 p.m.                        Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
                                                               Instructor: STAFF
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                           NIMS CLASSES
NIMS 700 (3 hrs.)
This course explains the purpose, principles, key components and benefits of
the National Incident Management System (NIMS). The course also contains
“Planning Activity” screens giving you an opportunity to complete some
planning tasks during this course.
Note: This class meets Saturday from 8 a.m. – 11 a.m.
                                                       Instructor: STAFF

NIMS 100 (3 hrs.)
This course is designed as an introduction to the Incident Command System
(ICS) and provides the foundation for higher level ICS training. Topics include
the history, features and principles, organizational structure of the Incident
Command System and the relationship between ICS and the National Incident
Management System (NIMS).
Note: This class meets Saturday from 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
                                                          Instructor: STAFF

NIMS 200 (3 hrs.)
This course is designed to enable personnel to operate efficiently during an
incident or event within the Incident Command System (ICS). It provides
training on and resources for personnel who are likely to assume a supervisory
position within the ICS.
Note: This class meets Sunday from 8 a.m. – 11 a.m.
                                                          Instructor: STAFF

NIMS 800 (3 hrs.)
This course introduces the National Response Plan (NRP). It is intended for
                                                                ,
DHS and other Federal staff responsible for implementing the NRP and tribal,
state, local, and private sector emergency management professionals.
Note: This class meets Sunday from 12 p.m. – 3 p.m.
                                                       Instructor: STAFF

NIMS 300 (15 hrs.)
This course provides training on and resources for personnel requiring
advanced application of the Incident Command System (ICS).
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7-10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
                                        Instructor: SCOTT BULLARD

NIMS 400 (12 hrs.)
This advanced Incident Command System (ICS) course is designed to explain
how major incidents engender special management challenges, describe the
circumstances in which an Area Command is established, and describe the
circumstances in which multi-agency coordination systems are established.
                                         Instructor: JOHN WINDERS
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               NON-CERTIFICATION CLASSES
FIRE DEPARTMENT REVITALIZATION (12 hrs.)
This class will cover all aspects of fire department benefits as well as how to
get your firefighters involved and motivated. All levels of rank from Chief to
rookie firefighter should attend.
                                             Instructor: ROBERT SWIGER

FIRE OFFICER DEVELOPMENT (15 hrs.)
Would the people that work for you follow you into a burning building?
This course will focus on Leadership Lessons as well as the Decision-Making
Process. It is designed for the newly-appointed officer as well as the veteran
officer. The course will cover the responsibilities of the fire officer at the
emergency scene as well as the fire house. It will cover the aspects of officer
promotion and what to look for in a good officer. Some topics covered are
safety, decision making, promotions, and how to keep your firefighters fired
up and enthused about their role in the fire service. Who should attend - -
anyone that wishes to become an officer in the fire service or is already an
officer in the fire service.
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7-10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
                                                Instructor: STEVE WEST

FIRST DUE ENGINE COMPANY (12 hrs.)
This course deals with considerations and challenges that an officer or first
due company might face when responding to, and arriving at, the fire scene.
This informative class looks at all aspects from firefighter fatalities to size-
up and the critical first 5 minutes of an incident. The course is designed to
involve class discussions on strategies and incident tabletop scenarios. Class
is open to all firefighters, but is geared towards the officer or senior firefighter
who potentially rides in the CO seat.
                                                 Instructor: ALAN GRIFFIN




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FLAMEOUT (15 hrs.)
This class will be divided into four groups which will rotate so that you will
have an opportunity to participate in all four types of fires:

           GROUP    A - Bob Tail Delivery Truck
           GROUP    B - Railroad Tank Car
           GROUP    C -Residential LP Tanks
           GROUP    D -Class A Burn Building

Needs: Full PPE and air pack. Student must meet a minimum
age requirement of 18 years of age, comply with NFPA 1403 and
must have their chief’s signature on the liability waiver located
on the back of the registration form. If this is not signed, your
form will be returned!

Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 - 10 p.m. YOU MUST
BRING AIR PACK AND TURNOUT GEAR TO CLASS ON FRIDAY
FOR INSPECTION BY INSTRUCTORS AND COMMITTEE MEMBERS.
Students will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in
the Registration Area in Bldg. 13. Saturday and Sunday classes will be
held at the Emergency Services Training Center (see map).
                                               Instructors: VARIOUS

HEAVY VEHICLE RESCUE (15 hrs.)
This class will cover the anatomy and extrication on large vehicles such
as trucks and buses. Practical stations will emphasize good stabilization
techniques and lifting procedures for rescue operations. A practical exercise
will be conducted on the last day to allow the students to apply what they
have learned and challenge their abilities. Full IC, operations, safety, and
logistics will be implemented during this exercise.
Class limit: 30 students
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7-10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
Needs: Helmet, gloves, eye protection, boots, TOG or protective
coveralls
                                            Instructor: THE REDS TEAM



            ***15-HOUR CLASSES WILL MEET
                FRIDAY 7 P.M. – 10 P.M.,
           SATURDAY 8:30 A.M. – 5 P  .M. AND
               SUNDAY 8 A.M. – 1 P .M.***

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INTRODUCTION TO FIREFIGHTING (15 hrs.)
This course is designed for the firefighter with little or no experience. Basics
to be covered include fire streams, SCBA, hose practices and equipment.
Practical applications will be used.
Needs: Full PPE
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7-10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
                                            Instructor: ROBERT GODWIN

LAW & ADMINISTRATION (15 hrs.)
This course is designed to provide a basic understanding of the governmental
and legal system with which every code enforcement official works. The
course satisfies the training requirements to gain admission to the state
qualifying exam. Students are to furnish their own textbooks: “Legal Aspects
of Building Code Enforcement” available from the Institute of Government
at (919) 966-4119, Vol. 1A of the NC Building Code, and also the Rules of
the NC Code Officials Qualification Board.
Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 - 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
                                          Instructor: BARRETT GRAHAM




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OFFICER COMMAND TRAINING (12 hrs.)
This course uses table-top simulations and scenarios to help you become
more effective and efficient in NIMS and ICS. It will allow personnel to be
able to make better command decisions.
                                            Instructor: JAMES SMITH

PSARS – PRACTICAL SEARCH AND RESCUE SKILLS (18 hrs.)
This course is designed to provide knowledge concerning the general
responsibilities, skills, abilities, and the equipment needed by persons who
would be participating in a search or rescue mission. The course is based
around the wilderness environment. The material is recommended as a
base for all SAR environments. This course is a stepping stone to higher
level courses of training for emergency personnel. It provides a starting
point for a new person to SAR and an excellent refresher course for the more
experienced SAR worker. The starting point provides continuity during SAR
operations and future training of all team members.
Note: This class meets Friday night from 6 – 10 p.m., Saturday from 8
a.m. – 6 p.m., and Sunday from 8 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Students will register
in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the Registration Area
in Bldg. 13.
                                                Instructor: MAC MORGAN

PREPARING YOUR DEPARTMENT FOR A SURVEY FROM NC OSFM
(12 hrs.)
All of the latest information and factors which go into the make-up of the
Public Protection Rating for cities and rural fire districts will be reviewed in
this class. It is intended for those departments interested in improving and/
or maintaining Fire Department’s Public Protection Rating. Record keeping
of training, apparatus service testing, hose testing, hydrant inspection, and
other related documents are covered.
Needs: Calculator, paper, No. 2 pencils, map of your service
area with all hydrants, and apparatus inventories on all trucks
in your department.
                                                      Instructor: NC OSFM




            ***18-HOURS CLASSES WILL MEET
                FRIDAY 6 P.M. – 10 P.M.,
             SATURDAY 8 A.M. – 6 P .M. AND
              SUNDAY 8 A.M. – 1:30 P .M.***


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RAPID INTERVENTION TEAMS (15 hrs.)
This course is a must for all firefighters! It teaches rapid intervention skills in 3
stages: Firefighter Survival, Firefighter Rescue, and Rapid Intervention Team
Operations. Because rapid intervention begins with Prevention, this course
will provide students with skills that will enhance personal survivability on the
fire ground. The realistic and intense program is designed to test firefighters
and their abilities to survive and perform as an initial rapid intervention team
member. Students will be exposed to several unique tactics designed to
keep them oriented and able to operate in, and escape from, hostile fire and
smoke conditions. This course is very physically demanding. A follow-up
advanced course is available at a later date.

Needs: Full PPE including SCBA and spare cylinder

Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 – 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
                                          Instructor: JIM MILLER

TRAFFIC CONTROL FOR EMERGENCY SERVICES (15 hrs.)
This class will teach students the correct methods of directing traffic during
emergency situations and special events. Emphasis will be on safety of
the emergency workers and the motoring public. Also covered will be the
methods of detouring traffic.
Needs: Dress appropriately for weather

Note: This class meets on Friday night from 7 – 10 p.m. Students
will register in the classroom. Room numbers will be posted in the
Registration Area in Bldg. 13.
                                Instructor: CHRIS PENDERGRAPH

WILDLAND FIRE TACTICS (12 hrs.)
This course, designed for both experienced and inexperienced firefighters,
will train the firefighter in techniques of fighting wildland fires.  It will
help familiarize firefighters with the Forest Service and how they can work
together.
                                                 Instructor: DEREK RISEN




  RCC ACCREDITATION
  Robeson Community College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the
  Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the Associate Degree. Contact the
  Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call
  404-679-4500-for questions about the accreditation of Robeson Community College.

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                        Southeast Fire/Rescue Registration Form
To preregister*, complete an application for each participant and mail with a check made payable to Robeson Community College to:
                                                                         Debra Brooks
                                                                   Robeson Community College
                                                                      Post Office Box 1420
                                                                 Lumberton, North Carolina 28359


                            02/10/06
                       02/05/10
 1. Beginning Date ________________________                                          02/12/06
                                                                                 02/07/10
                                                                 Ending Date ______________________        2. Contract No. ______________________


                                                   *Registration is not complete until money has been received.




 3. Social Security Number _________ - _______ - ____________ (Please list entire number)

 4. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                  Last Name                                    First Name                          Middle Initial

 5. Address _________________________________________________________________________________________________________




                ~ Male                ~ Female
                            Street/P.O. Box/Route                                           City                                    State           Zip Code




                ~ White                       ~ Black                      ~ Indian                ~ Hispanic                       ~ Asian
 6. County of Residence ___________________________________ 7. Date of Birth ___________________________________________
                                                                                                            Month               Day              Year

 8. Sex:

 9. Race:




                         ~ Full               ~ Part-time               ~ Unemployed
10. Home Telephone No. __________________________________                                   Cell No. __________________________

11. Circle highest grade completed:            0       1     2      3      4    5      6      7    8   9    10      11     12        13     14     15   16     17

12. Employment:

13. Employer: ____________________________________________ 14. Business Telephone No.__________________________________

15. Fire Department or Rescue Squad ____________________________________________________________________________________
                                    Name


*16. Student's Signature ___________________________________

     Please indicate below, your first, second, and third choices for classes to enroll in:


     ___________________________________                     ___________________________________                __________________________________
                          First                                                  Second                                                Third


           *Signature authorizes release of grades to state certification agencies and the student’s fire department or rescue squad chief.



                                                       Duplicate As Needed

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                                                      Liability Waiver
STUDENT WARNING
Participation in a public safety training program involves risks of personal injury and property damage. The public safety training
programs at Robeson Community College have been designed in accordance with all applicable Federal, State and regulating agency
standards in an effort to provide the degree of training necessary and to minimize the risks of injury and damage. However, inherent in
the operation of such programs are risks associated with improper use of equipment and facilities, defective or malfunctioning equipment,
and improper conduct by the participants in the program.
Prior to participating in each training activity, participants will be instructed in the proper use of any equipment and facilities. Participants
shall be responsible for following correct procedures and safety precautions.

ASSUMPTION OF RISKS AND RELEASE
In consideration for the opportunity to participate in the Robeson Community College training program of the Southeast Fire/Rescue
College, the undersigned participant agrees to comply with all rules, regulations, procedures and safety precautions established by
Robeson Community College in connection with the above-referenced training program and the use of the equipment and facilities
associated with it. Furthermore, I acknowledge the existence of risks connected with its program, agree to assume such risks and agree
to accept responsibility for any injuries, illness, death and property damage sustained by me in the course of participating in this
program.
I hereby agree for myself, my heirs, assigns, executors and administrators to release and consent not to sue Robeson Community
College, its employees, whether full or part time, paid or unpaid, its administrators, directors and agents, for any losses, and to hold
them harmless for any liability for any injuries, death, property damage or loss, which I may sustain as a direct or indirect result of
participation in the above-referenced training program. In signing this document, I acknowledge that I have read it and understand it,
and that I sign it voluntarily.

CHIEF/CAPTAIN
I certify that the above-named person has the experience and background to enroll in the practical exercise involving live burns and has
met minimum requirements set out in NFPA 1403. He has also had the proper prerequisite courses and training to enroll in this course.
He has the ability in these techniques so as not to put others or himself at unreasonable risk.



Chief’s/Captain’s Signature ___________________________________________________ Date _________________________

Agency/Department Name & Address __________________________________________________________________________




High School Release Form (Must be completed for students 16 or 17 years old not residing in Robeson County)

Permission is granted to ___________________________________who is a student in good standing and currently enrolled at _____________

 ______________________________ high school at __________________________________________________ (address) to be concurrently

enrolled through Robeson Community College for the Southeast Fire/Rescue College. This student is 16 years old or older.


    _______________________________________               _______________________________________              __________________________
                   Signature of Principal                             Printed Name of Principal                              Date




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     ROBESON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
                                Noah Woods, Chairman
                               Tom Taylor, Vice Chairman
                                  Raymond Cummings
                                     Lance Herndon
                                    Roger Oxendine
                                      Hubert Sealey
                                     Jerry Stephens
                                   Tommy Wellington
                             Ken Windley, County Manager
                   Tammy Freeman, Clerk to Board of Commissioners

                                         THANK YOU
The Southeast Fire/Rescue College Planning Committee gratefully acknowledges the assistance
and cooperation in the planning and operation of this year’s program to the following:
                        Robeson County Fireman’s Association
                          Robeson County Rescue Association
                    Robeson County Fire and Rescue Departments
                         Robeson County Fire Marshal’s Office
                       Robeson County Emergency Management Office

                   SOUTHEAST FIRE/RESCUE COLLEGE
                       PLANNING COMMITTEE
Zeno Barnes ........................................................ Maxton-Southeastern Fire Department
Tammy Bozeman .......................................Secretary, Emergency Services Training Center
                                                                                     Robeson Community College
Charles Britt ..................................................................... Robeson County Fire Marshal
Jimmie Britt ..................................................................................Robeson County EMS
Sammy Butler ....................................... President, Robeson County Fireman’s Association
Randy Carlyle...........................................President, Robeson County Rescue Association
Mattie Caulder .......................................................Robeson County Emergency Services
Pat Cummings....................................................................................Pembroke Rescue
Robert Deese ...........................................................................Maxton Fire Department
Tammy Deese ............................................................................. Maxton Rescue Squad
Buddy Dial ........ Chief, Evans Crossroads Fire Department, COMMITTEE V. PRESIDENT
Eric Freeman ...................................................................... American Medical Response
Jimmy Freeman .............................................................. Chief, Smyrna Fire Department
Flora Lowry-Williams .....................................EMS Director, Robeson Community College
Leo McMillan .........................................................................Shannon Fire Department
Bruce Meares ..................................... Commander, Lumberton Emergency Rescue Unit,
                                                                                        COMMITTEE TREASURER
Ervin Meares ...........................................................................Allenton Fire Department
Justin Oliver...........................................................Vice President, Continuing Education
                                                                                     Robeson Community College
Mitchell Pate .................................................................. Lumberton Emergency Services
Darell Snow ..........................................................................Red Springs Rescue Squad
Tommy Stevens .............. Lumberton Emergency Rescue Unit, COMMITTEE PRESIDENT
Tom Taylor .................................................................... Chief, Allenton Fire Department
Terry Vanderhall ........................................................................ Rowland Rescue Squad
Joy Watts .................................................................................. Rowland Rescue Squad

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