Fire

AH-330 Strike Team/Task Force Leader - All Hazards

Jul 27 2020 - Jul 30 2020

Description

This course contains the new curriculum regarding tactics and strategy in the Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) as it relates to the management of a strike team or task force and meets the S-330 training requirements of the California Incident Command Certification System (CICCS) for the position of the Strike Team/Task Force Leader - All Hazards.

You'll have the following case studies presented in class - Station Fire (Camp 16 burn-over), Freeway Fire (structure defense challenges), Esperanza (burn-over).  You and your group of colleagues will participate in a simulated STEN/TF Leader exercise in a residential community utilizing all of the new WUI terminology. strategy, tactics, identifying TRA's in providing structure defense size up's as well as strike team engine placement for defensible structures.

Prerequisite

1. ICS-200.B: Incident Command System For Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents; and

2. CICCS qualified Engine Boss, Heavy Equipment Boss or Crew Boss

Hours

32 

Units

Variable - Dependent on College of Record

College of Record

Cabrillo College

College Term

SUMMER

Location

San Jose Fire Department Training Center
255 S. Montgomery St.
San Jose, CA 95110

Meeting days/times

07/27/2020 - 07/30/2020
0900 - 1730

*See flyer below for additional information. All students will be required to submit proof of prerequisite completion to attend the course.

Fees

No Charge

College Application Process

This program is presented through the South Bay Regional Public Safety Training Consortium of Community Colleges (SBRPSTC), which includes Gavilan College, Monterey Peninsula College, Ohlone College, Hartnell College, Lake Tahoe Community College, Mission College, College of San Mateo, and Cabrillo College.

Only courses and programs presented for college credit will be funded, transcripted and certified through one of the above accredited institutions.

Funds generated through this process offset the costs of each course, thereby reducing student fees for the student/agency and allowing us to present more courses. Consequently, we require all students taking one of our college-based courses to apply to the designated college using OpenCCC, the online college application system by which the majority of community colleges collects registration and transcription information.

Students will receive reservation confirmation and class information along with college application instructions approximately 45 days before the class starts. If applicable, you will be required to complete the college application process and submit your South Bay Registration Form, to include your OpenCCC and applicable College ID numbers no later than 30 days before the class start date.*Failure to complete the college application process may result in your cancellation from the course or additional course/cancellation fees.