The Middlesex County Fire Academy is pleased to provide our training course schedule for the Spring Semester of 2014. Attached is a copy of the training course schedule that will enable you to plan and schedule your training courses.
Our course offerings include our Firefighter I, II and III programs. Other than our firefighter series courses, many advanced firefighting and rescue courses are also offered such as: RIC Awareness and Operations, Pump Operator, MVX Operations, Confined Space Operations, Rope Rescue Operations, Building Collapse Awareness, Trench Rescue Operations, Fire Inspector & Fire Official Certification, Fire Instructor Level I & Level II Certification & Recertification, Incident Management System (I-100, I-200, I-300, I-400 and I-700) Haz-Mat Incident and several Advanced Tactical Firefighting lecture and practical hands-on courses as well as many others.
Available for this semester we will be offering three (3) Night Firefighter I courses, one (1) Weekend Daytime Firefighter I course(NEW), two (2) Daytime Weekday Firefighter I courses, one (1) Night Firefighter II course and Daytime Firefighter II course(s). The Middlesex County Fire Academy will be using the NJ Division of Fire Safety approved firefighter training program published by Jones and Bartlett for our Firefighter I & II courses.
The NJ Division of Fire Safety Fire Officer I course has currently been reintroduced by the NJDFS and the new program will be offered again in early September 2014 using the Jones & Bartlett Fire Officer Principals and Practice Curriculum.
The Middlesex County Fire Academy has several fire ground tactical and operations courses that have been part of our course curriculum. The courses include a Strategy and Tactics Series that is comprised of seven separate new courses that will include both lecture and hands on training. These courses are Firefighting Operations in High Rises, Garden Apartments, Townhouses and Multiple Dwellings, Basements and Cellars, Strip Malls and Taxpayers, Residential Dwellings, Tactical Considerations for the Initial Incident Commander and Strategy and Tactics Hands-On Practical Operations. Other courses that are newly developed and currently offered include the NFA Health and Safety Officer program, RIC Operations and Propane Emergencies-Live Burn.
We look forward to meeting all of your training needs and requirements with dedication and commitment at the Middlesex County Fire Academy and are anxiously anticipating the arrival of the upcoming semester.
All of the staff at the Middlesex County Fire Academy would like to thank you for your endless dedicated support year after year.
If you should have any questions or should need further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact the staff at the Middlesex County Fire Academy by calling 732-316-7175 or by e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our website for academy announcements and course descriptions at http://co.middlesex.nj.us.
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2014 Spring Semester (Adobe PDF)
2012 IAMI NE Fire Investigation Training (Adobe PDF)