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S-130/S-190 Curriculum

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  • S-130/S-190 Curriculum

    Does anyone have an online copy of the curriculums for the S-130/S-190 courses? All I need is a quick run-down of the classes, just to show what is covered. I need them to submit for a variance for Indiana's wildland cert. Thanks for the help!!

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    S-130 Course Objectives
    Construct fire line to required standards, using various methods for Construction.

    Strengthen, reinforce and use holding actions on the fire line.

    Extinguish the fire with or without the use of water.

    Locate yourself and the fire on a map

    Assess and report fire situation data (written or oral) by radio and/or messenger.

    Complete assigned tasks in a safe and efficient manner.

    Given and assignment in a wildfire environment, describe factors in that environment which could impact safety.

    Taken from www.nationalfiretraining.net/misc/pp/S-130CA.ppt

    S-190 Course Objectives
    Identify and discuss the three sides of the fire triangle.

    Identify the environmental factors of wildland fire behavior that affect the start and spread of wildland fire.

    Recognize situations that indicate problem or extreme wildland fire behavior.

    Taken from www.wildlandfire.com/ppt/s190-1.ppt

    Hope this helps.
    IACOJ
    Stopping controlled burning DOES NOT stop the burning, only the control!
    http://www.wy.blm.gov/fireuse/fums.htm

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