3 Required Training Modules Fire Season2012 Review2013 PreviewStructureProtectionStructureProtectionScenarioFire SheltersBriefingsRadioCommunicationsUpdate<<< Wildland Fire Desk References
4 Optional Training Modules LeadershipProgramS-133Look Up, DownAll AroundAircraftMissionsDozerCapabilities& SafetyProbabilityOfIgnitionI CANSize Up<<< Wildland Fire Desk References
5 Previous Years Modules Modules from previous years can be accessed for review by contacting
6 2012 Required Modules Wildland Firefighter Fatality Trends Structure Protection (Firescope WUI Guide)Corral Fire Case Study / ScenarioTaking Weather, Getting Fire BehaviorFire SheltersReference Material
7 2012 Optional Modules L-180 Human Factors (Self Paced) Sand Table ExercisesWorking with InmatesHazard TreesHistory of Smokey BearFirefighter Math
8 2011 Required Modules Fire Season Outlook Structure Protection, New ConceptsEveryone Goes HomeEntrapment AvoidanceThermo-GelFire Shelters
9 2011 Optional Modules The Little Venus Fire Shelter Deployment Fire Weather ReviewFire Behavior ReviewAircraft Identification and UsePanorama FireChain Saws
10 WFSTAR Website www.nifc.gov/wfstar For additional Wildland Refresher Training visit the WFSTAR website. Its format has changed and the modules can now be watched and downloaded directly from the website.
11 Make Everyday A Training Day And be safe out there!
12 AcknowledgementsThis CD was compiled and formatted by Jesse Quinalty, Red Helmet Training Inc.
13 AcknowledgementsTraining components were used from multiple fire agencies within the CountyMany resources were taken from NWCG and the Lessons Learned Website.
14 Special Thanks Division Chief Mike Alder – San Bernardino City Battalion Chief Shane Littlefield – CalFire BDUCaptain Duran Gaddy – CalFire BDUCaptain Danny Montoya – LaVerne FireCaptain Chris Bowden – Upland Fire Dept.
15 Special Thanks Doug Campbell – Campbell Prediction Systems California Dozer Operators GroupPhoto1Productions