Minnesota Combined Training Calendar

Course: S-110 : Basic Wildland Fire Suppression Orientation

Dates: Continuous self study

Location: ON-LINE

Sponsor: National Wildfire Coordinating Group

Course Description: Basic Wildland Fire Suppression Orientation is a video which provides essential information for individuals interested in wildland fire management. It may be used as a companion to S-130, Firefighter Training, and is particularly useful for indoctrination of non-fire management employees to the world of wildland fire. The video provides information on personal preparedness and responsibility, mobilization, incident procedures, proper clothing and equipment, and living conditions in wildland fire camps. The video is about 14 minutes long.

Target Audience: Provide new personnel and non-fire management employees with introductory information about wildland fire management

Course Prerequisites: A course administrator that is experienced in wildland fire must be available in person, by phone, or by email to assist the student during the completion of this course. The course administrator should provide certification for the student upon completion. Students should be provided with an incident response pocket guide (NFES 1077) and a Fireline Handbook (NFES 0065).

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Nominations Due:

Remarks: MN DNR students contact Todd Manley for supporting materials.

Send nominations via your agency training representative to:
Todd Manley
Minnesota Interagency Fire Center
402 SE 11th
Grand Rapids MN, 55744
218.322.2683 (Office)