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EASTERN IDAHO TECHNICAL COLLEGE_ _____________________________________________________________ 2016-2017
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with the latest technology needed to save lives and protect
property in a safe and efficient manner. Participants must be
members of paid or volunteer fire departments because specific
activities in these courses require access to facilities and
equipment located at fire departments. Courses are delivered
through local fire departments on demand when sufficient
enrollment is secured. The course work listed (except general
education requirements) for the Idaho State Fire Fighters
certification is delivered through statewide fire departments. All
courses, except general education requirements, will be graded
on a Pass/Fail basis.
IFSAC Accredited FireFighter Certification
Hazardous Materials
Operations
Fire Fighter I
Fire Fighter II
Driver/Operator
Pumper
Fire Instructor I
Fire Officer I
The Idaho FireFighter Certification Program is a voluntary
program. There is no statutory requirement that firefighters
become certified. Students who complete IFSAC Accredited Fire
Fighter Certification are eligible to transfer the certification to 41
states and several foreign countries. The certification program
establishes a way to judge the proficiency of firefighters and
first responders, irrespective of their department affiliation and
regardless of whether they are career or volunteer. This
certification meets the National Fire Prevention Association
(NFPA) standards.
Program Costs
This program requires the completion of IFSAC Accredited
Fire Fighter Certification in Hazardous Materials Operations,
Fire Fighter I, Fire Fighter II, Driver/Operator Pumper, Fire
Instructor I, and Fire Officer I. In addition, students will be
required to complete 15 credits of General Education courses.
Interested participants will be required to complete a Portfolio
Process which includes the submission of a formal application
for admission and official transcripts for all IFSAC Accredited
Fire Fighter Certifications listed above. The cost for review of
the Portfolio Process and Associate of Applied Science Degree is
listed as follows:
Portfolio...............................................................................$50.00
Cost Per Credit (Technical Education Requirements..........$10.00
Cost Per Credit (General Education Requirements)..........$105.50
EITC Admissions Application.............................................$15.00
Registration Information
For registration information, contact Eastern Idaho Technical
College at 1600 S. 25th E. Idaho Falls, ID 83404 or call
535-5381 or toll free 1-800-662-0261.
Fire Service Technology
Associate of Applied Science Degree
63 Credits
Not Financial Aid Eligible
FST 100
Fire Training Technology
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Idaho Fire Fighter Certification
WFM 126
Interagency Helicopter Training Guide (S-217) 2
WFM 135
Fitness Training for the Work Capacity Test
3
WFM 228
Ignition Operations (S-234)
2
For each single resource Boss designation, students must
complete the appropriate Position Task Book:
WFM 229
Position Task Book for the Crew Boss
2
WFM 230
Position Task Book for the Dozer Boss
2
WFM 231
Position Task Book for the Engine Boss
2
Electives
WFM 109
Dozer Boss (S-232)
1
WFM 206
Fire Operations in the Urban Interface (S-205) 2
WFM 208
Engine Boss (S-231)
0.5
WFM 212
Initial Attack Incident Commander Type 4
(S-200)
1
Module IV
Strike Team/Task Force Leader
Postsecondary Technical Certificate
WFM 135
Fitness Training for the Work Capacity Test
3
WFM 206
Fire Operations in the Urban Interface (S-205) 2
WFM 210
Task Force/Strike Team Leader (S-330) 1.5
WFM 220
Intermediate Incident Command System
(I-300)
1.75
WFM 221
Leadership & Organizational Development
(S-301)
2
WFM 222
Position Task Book; Strike Team Leader Engine 2
WFM 223
Position Task Book; Strike Team Leader Crew 2
WFM 224
Position Task Book; Strike Team Leader Dozer 2
WFM 225
Position Task Book; Task Force Leader
2
WFM 226
Position Task Book; Incident Commander Type 4 2
Electives (choose one)
OCR 105
Occupational Relations
3
WFM 141
Engine Operator (PMS-419)
2
WFM 203
Introduction to Wildland Fire Behavior Calc.
(S-390)
2
Required General Education Courses (only for AAS Degree)
COM 101
Fundamentals of Speech
3
ENG 101
English Composition
3
ENG 202
Technical Communication
3
MAT 123
Mathematics in Modern Society
3
PSY 101
Introduction to Psychology
3
Fire Service Technology
Program Options
Associate of Applied Science Degree
The Fire Service Technology Program is designed to upgrade the
skills and knowledge of volunteer and paid structural fire fighters
in all phases of firefighting. The intent of this program is to
provide fire fighters with training using the latest technology
needed in order to save lives and protect property in a safe and
efficient manner. Participants must be members of paid or
volunteer fire departments because specific activities in these
courses require access to facilities and equipment located at fire
departments. Firefighters who complete all components of the
Fire Service Technology Program and can lead are eligible to
apply for enrollment in an Associate of Applied Science Degree
Program. The intent of this program is to provide fire fighters
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