Company Officer 2E: Wildland Command Operations – St. Helena Fire Department – October 2019
October 21 @ 8:30 am - October 24 @ 4:30 pm| $345
For the aspiring company officers and those of you who are tired of taking boring classes from training companies whose instructors are terrible. Come with us on a fantastic educational journey where you will receive “depth” of instruction to improve your knowledge, skill sets and abilities as a company officer.
Ask those who have taken the terrible company officer courses from training companies who’s primary focus is to read the powerpoint slides and you learn absolutely nothing about the job. You get a certificate, but not the necessary knowledge required to do the job well. Now, ask those who have taken Elite Command Training’s company officer series classes and everyone will tell you that the instructors knowledge and experience provided an adult learning environment by sharing the most relevant items you need to know to perform skillfully and effectively as a company officer is the only way to go.
S-290 Mandatory ……………NOTE: the prerequisite for Company Officer 2E class is S-290. We do not accept the “easy” on-line version. This is all about your knowledge and experience with fire behavior!
California State Fire Training Certificate
Complete all activities and formative test. Complete all summative tests with a minimum of 80% correct.
Dress is casual, but respectful and uniforms are okay as well. Bring a laptop computer with you to class each day. Student materials are on flash-drives.
Please register for this fantastic Command & Control opportunity. Elite Command Training Instructor’s are far superior in their Command ability to share experience, convey relevant knowledge, while developing skill sets and improving abilities. Take this class with us who’s instructors have been initial attack wildland Incident Commanders, not from the instructor who has never been an initial attack IC.
This course provides information on evaluating and reporting incident conditions, analyzing incident needs, developing and implementing a plan of action to deploy incident resources completing all operations to suppress a wildfire, establishing an incident command post, creating an incident action plan, and completing incident records and reports.