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The purpose of this page is to provide information on on-going training and educational programs to fire service personnel in the White Mountain region. Every effort is made to keep our firefighters up on the latest trends and technologies relevant to our profession.

With Emergency Medical Services also being a vital aspect of our emergency services delivery, it is also incumbent upon our training to provide EMS continuing education credits and programs. Our organization works in cooperation with Northland Pioneer College to provide the certification and recertification requirements for our EMTs and First Responders.

If you would like to have your Fire and EMS service related training posted that would benefit the White Mountain, please contact Deputy Chief Brock at (928) 334-2206. Please provide all the information requested in the schedule and a flyer of the training so it can be posted.

2012/2013 Duty Training Schedule

August 2012 to July 2013

Each shift is required to conduct on-duty training. Below are the monthly evolutions/training required to be completed by the end of the training month.

NAITC Modified Training Packets

August 2012 Training Packet

September 2012 Training Packet

October 2012 Training Packet

December 2012 Training Packet

January 2013 Training Packet

February 2013 Training Packet

March 2013 Training Packet

April 2013 Training Packet

May 2013 Training Packet

NAFCA June 2013 Training Packet

July 2013 Training Packet

No August Training Packet. Quarterly Training - Decon

September 2013 NAITC Modified Training Packet

October 2013 NAITC Modified Training Packet

November 2013 - ARFF Training w/ Show Low Fire and Driving Cone Course

December 2013 NAITC Modified Training Packet


NPC Spring 2014 Courses

Course Name Location Start Date
EMT Prep Show Low 01/02/2014
EMT132: EMT Basic Show Low & Snowflake 01/13/2014
EMT133: EMT Refresher Snowflake 01/10/2014
EMT133: EMT Refresher St. Johns 01/10/2014
Strategy & Tactics NATC 01/13/2014
Fire Service Pumps & Apparatus Lakeside Fire, Station 210 01/10/2014
Fire Service Communications Lakeside Fire, Station 210 01/13/2014
Incident Safety Officer NATC 01/13/2014
Leadership I NATC 01/14/2014
Leadership II NATC 03/03/2014
Leadership III NATC 04/07/2014

Fireline Medical Provider

January 8-10, 2014
Sedona Fire District - Sedona, AZ

The Sedona Fire District in conjunction with Grand Canyon National Park and Northwest Fire District proudly present this 3 day course addressing the essential skills for EMTs and Paramedics to function effectively on wildland fires. Day one and day two are classroom based with day three being field based scenarios.

Click here to download the registration form.

ICS-300: Intermediate ICS

January 14-16, 2014
WMAFR Fire Administration, Training Room - Whiteriver, AZ

This course covers Organization and Staffing, Organizing for Incidents and Events, Resource Management, and Air Operations. The following topics are included: ICS staffing and organization, including reporting and working relationships and information flow; transfer of command; Unified Command functions in a multijurisdictional or multiagency incident; ICS forms; resource management; interagency mission planning and procurement. This course is recommended for persons with ICS supervisory positions.

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F0290 Training Operations in Small Departments

January 18 & 19, 2014
Prescott Fire Department - Prescott, AZ

This 2-day course is designed to provide students with some basic tools and skills to coordinate training in a small fire/EMS organization. A training function in a smaller department typically may include conducting training drills and coordinat-ing training with a nearby larger city or State training function. Course content includes* Leadership issues in fire service training, such as why and how the local training officer must be a catalyst for change, and per-sonal motivators within the department.* Identifying the legal issues affecting the training function, includ-ing an understanding of a standard of care, and the im-pact of OSHA and NFPA standards.* Safety considera-tions in training. Marketing training internally.* Identi-fying ways to justify training needs.* Resolving train-ing conflicts using appropriate conflict resolution techniques.* Selecting and evaluating training curric-ulum and materials from outside sources.* Effective delivery and evaluation of training.

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Incident Safety Officer “Train-the-Trainer Class”

January 24 & 25, 2014
Sedona Fire District - Sedona, Az.

This class will give the experienced Safety Officer the tools to teach firefighters and officers Incident Safety and to make their emergency scene safer. Participants will also gain insight into what is needed to make strong leaders and confidently display that leadership in the area of firefighter safety that will benefit their organization.

This curriculum will also prepare the attendee to take the National Pro Board Certification test for Fire Department Incident Safety Officer.

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S-230 Crew Boss/S-231 Engine Boss

January 29 - February 1, 2014
Sedona Fire District - Sedona, Az.

S-230 is a classroom course designed to produce student proficiency in the performance of duties associated with the single resource boss position from initial dispatch through demobilization to the home unit. Topics include: operational leadership, preparation and mobilization, assignment preparation, risk management, entrapment avoidance, safety and tactics, offline duties, demobilization, and post incident responsibilities.

S-231 is a skill course designed to produce student proficiency in the performance of the duties associated with engine boss, single resource (ENGB). Topics include: engine and crew capabilities and limitations, information sources, fire size-up considerations, tactics, and wildland/urban interface.

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Hybrid/New Vehicle Technology for First Responders

February 3-4, 2014
Ak-Chin Fire Department - Maricopa, Az.

This course is designed as a Train the Trainer class and is intended as the most in-depth way to enable a training officer to present accurate information to their department. Students who attend TTT are given a printed copy of the presentation, access to materials on our instructors page where they can find slides, photos and videos to aid in developing customized presentations, and continued support from MGS Tech Instructors. Topics include: review of alternative fueled vehicles, basic electrical theory, voltage hazards, parts locations, power down procedures, SRS system, HID lighting hazards and cutting scenario training.

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MAL958: All-Hazards Operations Section Chief

February 17-20, 2014
Papago Park Military Reservation, JIC Classroom - Phoenix, Az.

This course is designed to provide local and state-level emergency responders with a robust understanding of the duties, responsibilities, and capabilities of an effective Operations Section Chief on an All-Hazards Incident Management Team. These responsibilities fall into two categories: 1) responding to the incident and command needs of the incident, and 2) effectively fulfilling the position responsibilities of an Incident Commander on an All-Hazards ICS Incident Management Team. Exercises, simulations, discussions, and a final exam enable students to process and apply their new knowledge.

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F0521: Exercising Leadership to Facilitate Adaptive Change

February 22-23, 2014
Casa Grande Fire Public Safety Building Classroom - Casa Grande, AZ

The purpose of this course is to provide skills which individuals in positions of authority can use to exercise leadership when confronted with adaptive challenges. The goal of this course is for the participant to develop an understanding of skills associated with exercising leadership to resolve adaptive problems, those problems where the solution is either unknown or requires significant change, or both.

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