National Fire Academy presents “Strategic & Tactical Considerations for Fire Protection Systems” This course is presented at no cost to the participant.
Course Summary: This six day course is designed to provide Incident Commanders (IC) with the tools they need to conduct proper pre-incident planning for the target hazards in their communities. This knowledge will help the IC identify what fire protection systems are available at these sites, how they work, and how to use them in developing firefighting objectives and making strategic and tactical firefighting decisions. The course describes components of sprinkler systems, stationary fire pumps, standpipe systems, fire alarm systems, smoke management systems, and specialty fire protection systems.
Course Date: February 10-15, 2020
Course Time: 0800-1700
Course Location: 2318 Atascocita Road Humble, TX 77396 (Classroom 2318)
- Students attending this class should have responsibility for command and control of incident operations and/or any individual who conducts pre-incident surveys or gathers and processes pre-incident data such as fire prevention staff.
- Not less than three years’ experience in fire suppression emergency operations and/or fire prevention related activities.
- ICS-100-level and ICS-200-level training. Preferred courses are Q0462 and Q0463, available through NFA Online. Chief’s signature attests that the applicant has completed this required training.
- All students must fill out the NFA Course Application (in attachment)
- Once complete, send copy of Asst. Chief Rodney Reed at Rodney.Reed@fmo.hctx.net
- In addition, all students must register through the TEEX MyStudent Portal at: https://my.teex.org/TeexPortal/?MO=mClassRegistration&D=FP&C=NFA100&S=14
TEEX Representative: Ben Kennedy, 979-229-1263, email@example.com