March 30 - April 03, 2020

CFM215C - AERIAL APPARATUS

March 30 - April 03, 2020 McClellan Conference Center • 5411 Luce Avenue McClellanCA  95652 View Map Organized by California Fire Mechanics Academy Inc.

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March 30, 2020 - April 03, 2020
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
Co-Ed

McClellan Conference Center

5411 Luce Avenue McClellanCA  95652
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Description

This course will provide instruction for Emergency Vehicle Technicians on the repair and maintenance requirements of the today's Aerial Fire Apparatus. Course objectives include: Defining the terms and phrases commonly used with aerial fire apparatus. Principles of safe application and operations of aerial devices. Understanding and identifying of the operational physics of aerial apparatus. NFPA 1901 design requirements for aerial fire apparatus and apply NFPA 1911 testing, inspection, and documentation requirements of all aerial fire apparatus. Understand and identify aerial device hydraulic and electrical systems symbols and components including the application of accepted practices of service and repair of aerial apparatus. The class will include lecture, demonstration and hands-on instruction.


This class fulfills partial certification requirements for California State Level III Fire Mechanic.
It is recommended that all students registering for this class please bring a regular style pocket calculator. Cell phone calculators will not be allowed for use during the testing process.

Job Category

Mechanics

Instructor

Anthony Bulygo

McClellan Conference Center • 5411 Luce Avenue McClellanCA  95652 Get Directions

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