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Emergency Prep.-Vol. Firefighter II (FIRE2)
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The Volunteer Firefighter II certificate is designed to provide paid and non-paid firefighters basic training in firefighting techniques and protection. Successful completion of the certificate prepares the student to take the Illinois Fire Marshall's Office Certified Firefighters II exam.

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Semester 1
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Title
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FA2014
SP2015
EPF 1201
Firefighter II-Module A
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This is an introductory course in firefighting. Topics covered include fire behavior, tools and equipment, proper uses of extinguishers, self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA), ladders, hoses, and personal safety. The student will be exposed to both classroom and hands-on instruction. Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be qualified for the Illinois Fire Marshal Office exam for certification.

EPF 1202
Firefighter II-Module B
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This course is designed to expose the student to both classroom as well as hands-on instruction. Topics covered include ropes and knots, water supply, fire streams, forcible entry, ventilation, rescue, and overhaul. Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be qualified for the Illinois Fire Marshal Office exam for certification, Firefighter II - Module B.

EPF 2201
Firefighter II-Module C
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This course is designed to expose the student to both classroom as well as "hands-on" instruction. Topics covered include communications, sprinkler systems, salvage, fire inspection, fire cause, and hazardous materials. Upon successful completion the student will be qualified for the Illinois Fire Marshal's Office exam for certification, Firefighter II, Module C.

EDU 1108
Standard Red Cross First Aid
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This course, which is designed for the general public, consists of regulations, American Red Cross first aid methods and safety procedures. It includes self-help and home care first aid procedures.

EPM 1615
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Term Total
13
Program Total
13


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