Classes

SATURDAY ONLY CLASSES
September 22, 2018
1 DAY CLASS – FEE - $50.00

 

A1 - GET FIRED UP! / CORE LEADERSHIP AND REPUTATION MANAGEMENT

This will be a two part course:
Part 1 – Get Fired Up!
          Get Fired Up! Will explore your ability to make a difference and you will be encouraged, in a positive environment, to seek out your unique voice to influence and lead the people around you.  Lieutenant Paul Combs will present an energetic and inspiring class that will engage and motivate you to set these skills into motion. Join Paul in his visual and inspirational journey and Get Fired Up about the fire service again!
Part 2 – Core Leadership and Reputation Management
         This class will focus on leadership skills needed at all levels; firefighter, officer, mentor, and coach. This class will also discuss the core leadership principles and how to build and maintain a strong professional reputation for your department and the fire service.
Instructors: Part 1 - Paul Combs, Lieutenant, Bryan Fire Department
                     Part 2 - Chris Niswander, Chief, Monroe Township Fire Department

A2 - WHAT IS CYBER SECURITY?

Your department faces many threats to its information systems and data. Understanding all the basic elements to cyber security is the first step to meeting those threats.

Instructor: Tim Liversage, Owner, Bow Tie Tech

A3 - TALKING TIC’S

This class will discuss the basic functions of the camera and how our previous training has set us up for failure. Students will leave the class with confidence in the tactical uses during the 360 size up, fire attack, search and rescue, and reveal tricks that the camera will show the user. Bring your TIC’s!
Instructor: Jordan Hempker, Owner, Western Buckeye Training, LLC

A4 - NFPA STANDARDS IN RELATION TO THE OHIO FIRE CODE

We will cover underground fire mains, sprinkler systems, and fire alarms along with other hot topics and testing techniques and procedures.
Instructor: Roger Clark, CFSII, East Holmes Fire and EMS

A5 - DEMYSTIFYING MEDICAL EMERGENCIES

This session reviews how to recognize and treat patients who may present with common and uncommon medical emergencies. The session will include both lecture and hands on simulations.
Instructors: Summa Health Staff

A6 - ADVANCED AIRWAY AND CAPNOGRAPHY

We will be covering basic airway to advanced airway procedures and techniques. Along with capnography lecture and some case review/case studies.
Instructors: Metro Lifeflight Staff

A7 - EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO RAILROAD INCIDENTS /
PLACARDS AND MARKINGS ON RAILROADS, THERE IS MORE THEN MEETS THE EYE

This will be a two part course:
Part 1 – Emergency Response to Railroad Incidents
     This is the basic course of instruction that covers safety, resources for local responders, hazardous materials found in railroad transportation, askrail mobile application ,introduction to tank cars and locomotives, and CSX standard of care.
Part 2 – Placards and Markings on Railroads, There is More Than Meets The Eye
     The placards and markings on railroads portion of the class discusses the information found in transportation from placards and other tank car markings that can be translated into protective actions and initial tactical control operations.
Instructor: Joseph Taylor, Senior Manager of Hazardous Materials, CSX Transportation

Sunday Only Classes
September 23, 2018
1 DAY CLASS – FEE - $50.00

B1 - VEHICLE EXTRICATION, STABILIZATION, AND LIFTING Max. 20 Students

Students will progress through a brief but informative lecture focusing on modern day vehicle design and challenges facing today’s rescuers. They will then be provided dynamic instructional hands-on periods to apply new era techniques and equipment to stabilize, lift, and conduct extrication operations on passenger vehicles.
Instructors: Dalan Zartman, President, Rescue Methods
Tim Shott, Rescue Methods, Scott Thomas, Rescue Methods

B2 - INTRODUCTION TO AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCIES Maximum 30 Students

Students will learn basic knowledge in relation to today’s modern day farm equipment along with proper ways to handle the “Ag” related call.
Instructor: Brandon Nettleton, Agricultural Program Coordinator, Wayne County Regional Training                       Facility

B3 - 360 SCENE SIZE UP

The first arriving unit on any fireground has the most crucial task of establishing a 360 scene size up. Providing a brief assessment of the building construction, fire conditions, occupancy type, and other hazards puts all the responding units on the same page on what they are responding to. In this interactive class we will discuss the approach to the 360 scene size up on how to correlate that information into tactical based decisions.
Instructor: Jordan Hempker, Owner, Western Buckeye Training

B4 - 2018 OHIO FIRE CODE UPDATE

This class meets the required mandatory fire inspector 2018 Ohio Fire Code Update.
Instructor: Roger Clark, CFSII, East Holmes Fire and EMS

B5 - TRAUMA, TRAUMA, TRAUMA!

Our staff from University Hospitals Medevac will provide 6 hours of Trauma CE for this class. A wide variety of topics related to trauma will be discussed by our experienced instructors.
Instructors: UH Medevac Staff

B6 - ABC’s OF BURN CARE, PEDIATRIC ASSESSMENT, AND ABC’S OF CAPNOGRAPHY

Six hours of updates from tertiary pediatric and burn facility!! Two hours of ABC’s of Burn Care by Mary Mondozzi; then 4 hours of pediatric assessment, skill review and capnography. Faculty encourages FAQ’s throughout their presentations.
Instructors: Akron Children’s Staff

B7 - EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO RAILROAD INCIDENTS /
TACTICS FOR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TEAMS AT RAILROAD INCIDENTS

This will be a two part course:
Part 1 – Emergency Response to Railroad Incidents
     
This is the basic course of instruction that covers safety, resources for local responders, hazardous materials found in railroad transportation, askrail mobile application, introduction to tank cars and locomotives, and CSX standard of care.

Part 2 – Tactics For Hazardous Materials Teams at Railroad Incidents
     The tactics for hazmat teams at railroad incidents portion of the class discusses tank car construction and how it relates to damage assessment, fires involving tank cars, and necessary detection and monitoring operations during railroad incidents that involve hazardous material releases.
Instructor: Joseph Taylor, Senior Manager of Hazardous Materials, CSX Transportation

             Saturday and Sunday Classes
Sept. 22 and 23, 2018
Two Day Classes – Fee $100.00

 

C1 - FIREGROUND TACTICS Maximum 20 Students

This class will put participants through a series of scenarios including HazMat and Structure Fires. Students will take turns in the hot seat of command along with interior search and rescue operations.
Instructor: Joe Minocchi, Fire Training Supervisor, Wayne County Regional Training Facility
Requirements: Must be at least a state certified FF1. Full NFPA turnout gear, SCBA and a spare                                    bottle

C2 - BASIC PUMP OPERATIONS Maximum 20 Students

This class will focus on basic pump operations including hydraulics scenarios for pump pressures for respective nozzles.
Instructor: John Sabo, Retired Chief, Plain Township Fire Department