FRONTLINE
FIRE DEPARTMENT TRAINING INC.

HANDS-ON TRAINING

 

 

Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Evaluation

A one on one driver road test that covers apparatus pre-trip inspection, proper driving techniques as well as observation of the rules of the road relating to truck operations and defensive driving skills.  This evaluation meets the driving requirements for the NFPA Driver/Operator Standard 1002.

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Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Training
(Pre Class 3)

Includes driver evaluation prior to commencement of any training to assess ability to handle larger vehicles, as well as Driver/Operator theory course, Fire Apparatus Air Brake Refresher Course and practical instruction on a specified fire department apparatus; instruction on a vehicle with automatic or manual transmission.

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Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Training
(Class 3)

pre-requisite: Fire Apparatus D/O pre class 3 or equivalent experience on fire department apparatus.

Course Content: Theory course, Driver/Operator Evaluation, Air Brake refresher course, and practical training on larger Fire Dept. apparatus (tandem drive) to prepare student for MVB class 3 road test.

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Precision Skills Training

An excellent supplement to any defensive driving course.  Allows driver/operators to put into practice the classroom theory from a DDC while at the same time enhances his/her ability to handle apparatus safely and confidently.  An excellent opportunity for novice drivers to get acquainted with an apparatus before driving on the road.  Minimum time allowance is 3 hours but could stretch out as long as 4 hours depending on an individual's adeptness.

Maximum: 3 drivers per apparatus; 3 pieces of apparatus per course dependent on the area available.  All weather course but daylight hours only.

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Traffic Direction and Control for Firefighters

This course has been developed by fire and police personnel to provide an effective yet standardized training for firefighters that are tasked with the duties of safely directing traffic at an incident scene.  By using OSHA approved signals that are standard in the flagging industry, firefighters can show uniformity in traffic control.  This course has been developed to meet and exceed the Workers' Compensation Board requirements for traffic control for firefighters.

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NAPD Emergency Vehicles Operation

Designed to make a safer, more knowledgeable driver through enhancing a driver's ability to better operate a fire department apparatus through theory and hands on experience by learning a new more efficient set of driving skills for better control.  Drivers should have driving experience in fire department apparatus or equivalent types of vehicles.  The course length is 2 days (approx. 16 hours).  Accreditation is from the National Academy for Professional Driving, Hutchins, Texas.

** a suitable location is required for this course **

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Customized Training

With Frontline's team of professionals, we an offer any type of driver/operator training to fire departments.  From checking tires to maintaining aerials, our team can help solve your training or maintenance needs.  Quality service at a reasonable price.

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