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Emergency Courses

Start Date Course Section Instructor Class Dates Cost
2021-10-04 PUMP OPERATIONS I 728899 R. Sparks Monday October 4, 2021 1800-2200
Wednesday October 6, 2021 1800-2200
Sunday October 10, 2021 0800-1700
$65.00
6 HOURS PREREQUISITE: ELFG
This course provides the fire fighter with an introduction to basic pump construction and theory as well as operating techniques in this course. Emphasis is placed on getting water to the pump, getting water from the pump for hose streams, and prevention of common mistakes in pump operations.
Student will need: TOG 6 HOURS PREREQUISITE: ELFG
This course provides the fire fighter with an introduction to basic pump construction and theory as well as operating techniques in this course. Emphasis is placed on getting water to the pump, getting water from the pump for hose streams, and prevention of common mistakes in pump operations.
Student will need: TOG

Start Date Course Section Instructor Class Dates Cost
2021-10-13 ADVANCED FIRE FIGHTING (ELAF) (FFII) 728972 Joseph Hudyma 10/13/2021 1830-2200
10/17/2021 0800-1600
10/24/2021 0800-1600
10/31/2021 0800-1600
11/03/2021 1830-2200
11/07/2021 0800-1600
$175.00 which includes the Pro-Board Certification test
Course Title: Advanced Firefighter (Entry Level Fire Training) SFA Course Code: ELAF Course Length: 24 Hrs Lecture/Lab Breakdown: 10/14
“Prerequisites: Interior Firefighter (ELIF), or Essentials of Firefighting w/ SBS, or Fire Fighter I Certification. Minimum age: 18 years old at start of course”. (NIMS IS 100, 200 FF-1 Certification Haz-Mat Ops, Vehicle Rescue Operations Level) Please refer to FFII Certification Application for Accepted Alternatives)
Referenced Text(s): Essentials of Fire Fighting, Seventh Edition by International Fire Service Training Association (IFSTA)
Course Goal: Upon successful completion a seasoned entry level firefighter shall be equipped with basic knowledge, skills, and abilities as they relate to advanced fire ground operations.
Course Description: This entry level course is designed to introduce seasoned firefighters to advanced fire ground operations including Building Construction, Fire Safety Surveys/Fire and Life Presentation, Generators, Lighting Equipment, Technical Rescue, Fire Protection Systems, Service Testing of Hose, Combustible Gas and Liquid Fire Control, Foam, Coordinating Fire Ground Operations Communications, and Cause and Origin. This is the fifth of five levels (courses) in the curriculum. Description of Methodology: This course includes lecture, interactive discussion, practical skills and a written evaluation.
Student Equipment & Supplies: Pen/Pencil, Notebook; Supported reference material and skill book (Must remain in possession of student until the end of all levels); helmet, gloves, turnout coat, turnout pants, boots, protective hood, and protective eyewear (safety glasses or goggles), and SCBA required for all classes.

Start Date Course Section Instructor Class Dates Cost
2021-10-18 PUMP OPERATIONS II 728901 R. Sparks Monday October 18, 2021 1800-2200
Wednesday October 20, 2021 1800-2200
Sunday October 24, 2021 0800-1700
$65.00
6 HOURS PREREQUISITE: ELFG
This course provides the fire fighter with an introduction to basic pump construction and theory as well as operating techniques in this course. Emphasis is placed on getting water to the pump, getting water from the pump for hose streams, and prevention of common mistakes in pump operations.
Student will need: TOG

Start Date Course Section Instructor Class Dates Cost
2021-11-15 EMERGENCY VEHICLE DRIVER TRAINING 728906 G. Pippin Monday November 15, 2021 1800-2200
Wednesday November 17, 2021 1800-2200
Saturday November 20, 2021 0800-1700
$80.00
Course Goal: The goal of this program is to stimulate the thought processes of the
students and to make them aware of the potential tragedy, financial loss, legal, and moral responsibilities that they have when operating emergency vehicles.

The program will verify proficiency in both the knowledge and understanding of, as well as, the practical application to emergency vehicle driving.
Description of Course: Sadly, a large proportion of emergency responder deaths and injuries occur as a result of motor vehicle accidents involving emergency response vehicles. This course is suitable for both novice and veteran emergency vehicle operators.

Consisting of 8 hours of classroom and 8 hours of driving on a competency course, it will teach, reinforce, and review those issues and skills needed by anyone who operates a motor vehicle in responding to an emergency.

The Emergency Services Training Center does not provide vehicles for student use.
�The drivers should successfully complete this course and demonstrate competency in operating each type of vehicle they are expected to drive prior to operating the vehicle in an emergency response mode.�(from the PSFA Course description)

This class has also been registered for Con-Ed Credit.

Payment can be made at the first class by money order, debit or credit card.


To register for class:
Phone 610-237-8630
Fax 610-583-8402

Mail to:
ESTC
Calcon Hook & Tribbet Avenue
Sharon Hill, PA 19079

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If you register and cannot attend, you must notify the Training Center 72 hours prior to the start of the program or you will be billed for the cost of the course. No refunds will be made for cancelled or missed courses. No registration confirmations are sent unless you provide an e-mail address.