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ARFF TRAINING

Aircraft Courses for ARFF Departments

40 HR BASIC AIRCRAFT RESCUE & FIRE FIGHTING

Date: June 2 - 6, 2014

FAR 139.319 FAA Approved
Class covers the entire 40 hr. "Basic" - Approved by the F.A.A. as initial training for airport firefighters. Curriculum includes classroom instruction as well as hands-on practical training utilizing firefighting/rescue equipment and procedures. Also included are practical "Live Burns" which not only exceed the F.A.A.'s minimum requirements under Part 139, but also provides students with valuable experience with different types of extinguishing agents, application techniques, utilization of SCBA and attack scenarios. Upon completion students will receive a Wyoming State Certification as an Aircraft Rescue Firefighter.

16 HR REFRESHER TRAINING

Dates: May 15 - May 16, 2014

FAR 139.319 FAA Required
This class briefly covers the 11 subjects required by the FAA for airport firefighter recurrent training and includes the same "Live Burns" that are part of the "40 HR BASIC", which exceed the FAA's minimum requirements.

ANNUAL FAA REQUIRED BURNS ONLY

Burn Dates: May 9, May 19, May 30, June 11 (night burn), June 27, September 5, and September 12, 2014
All burns start at 8:00 am unless otherwise indicated. Night burns start at 8:00 pm.
FAR 139.319

FOR AIRPORT FIREFIGHTERS.

Class includes safety briefing and appropriate burns using the aircraft fire simulator. Except for the specified PM burn, all required burns will be conducted during morning hours.

Wyoming ARFF Training Facility
Casper/Natrona County International Airport
8500 Airport Parkway - Casper Wyoming 82604
307-472-6688 ext. 81 (phone)
307-235-8824 (fax)