This program is designed for those who are required to lead fire and emergency response teams as part of their work duties. This course has theoretical and practical components that participants must successfully complete.
- How to assess the nature and extent of the emergency
- An effective rescue of personnel at risk
- Leading a team
- Emergency response team leader duties, responsibilities and tasks
- Hazard identification, assessment and control of risk
- Fire fighting operations
- Considerations for team welfare
- ECO team selection and process
|Start Date||End Date||Location||Book Now|
|Tuesday 19 March, 2019||Wednesday 20 March, 2019||North Lake||Book Now|
|Tuesday 2 April, 2019||Wednesday 3 April, 2019||North Lake||Book Now|
|Tuesday 30 April, 2019||Wednesday 1 May, 2019||North Lake||Book Now|
|Tuesday 28 May, 2019||Wednesday 29 May, 2019||North Lake||Book Now|
|Tuesday 25 June, 2019||Wednesday 26 June, 2019||North Lake||Book Now|
|Tuesday 23 July, 2019||Wednesday 24 July, 2019||North Lake||Book Now|
|Tuesday 3 September, 2019||Wednesday 4 September, 2019||North Lake||Book Now|
|Wednesday 2 October, 2019||Thursday 3 October, 2019||North Lake||Book Now|
|Tuesday 12 November, 2019||Wednesday 13 November, 2019||North Lake||Book Now|
|Tuesday 10 December, 2019||Wednesday 11 December, 2019||North Lake||Book Now|
Course participants must have completed Fire Team Member training or equivalent.
Successful completion of the assessment requirements will provide participants with a statement of attainment issued by SETS (RTO Code 52334) for PMAWHS311 Lead emergency teams.
This course can be conducted at IFAP’s North Lake (WA) training facility or at any facility that has a suitable classroom and training area.
There is a maximum number of 12 participants per program.