Five-days of intense, hands-on instruction to enhance the knowledge gained at the Advanced Firefighter level. Compliance with State objectives is provided in the classroom and in practical evolutions.
Specialized indoor and outdoor training props located throughout the NIPSTA Campus enable participants to accomplish OSFM-approved skills:
Hose cleaning, inspection, and testing
Service and maintenance of generators and lighting equipment
Power tool use in forcible entry
Reading and recording flow pressures
MABAS requests and box alarms
Sprinkler systems and standpipes
Fire safety surveys and pre-plans
NFPA 1407 RIT/RIC Skills
Live fire attacks
Student Requirements - Students are required to attend all sessions in their duty work uniform and provide turnout gear that is NFPA-compliant and not more than 10 years old. The required equipment includes coat, pants, hood, boots, gloves, helmet with chinstrap, ear flaps, and face shield or goggles. Students must also provide SCBA harness, a fit-tested face piece, two (2) SCBA cylinders with hydrostatic test dates that do not expire prior to the dates of the scheduled program, a flashlight, work gloves or extrication gloves, work safety glasses, passport name tags, and one 25" section of 1” webbing with carabineer.
In order to provide the ideal firefighter training environment, it may be necessary for some exercises to be scheduled off-site from the NIPSTA Campus. Details will be made available on the first training day.
Program includes course materials.
NIPSTA Members Receive a 20% Discount