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WFTO 310 Basic Fire Suppression Orientation S-110

0.5 units.
Advisories: WFT 302 - Basic Incident Command System I-200
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Course of study that provides information essential for a non-operations individual assigned to a wildland fire incident to have a successful first assignment.

WFTO 311 Firefighter Training S-130

2.0 units.
Advisories: WFT 302 - Basic Incident Command System I-200 ; and WFTO 313 - Introduction to Wildland Fire Behavior S-190
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Course of study designed to train new firefighters in basic firefighting skills and the knowledge necessary to effectively handle wildland firefighting situations.

WFTO 312 Advanced Firefighter Training S-131

0.5 units.
Advisories: WFTO 311 - Firefighter Training S-130 ; and WFTO 313 - Introduction to Wildland Fire Behavior S-190 ; and WFTO 315 - Supervisory Concepts and Techniques S-201 ; and WFTO 317 - Portable Pumps and Water Use S-211 ; and WFTO 318 - Wildfire Powersaws S-212
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Course of study that provides advanced wildland firefighting training and education for those who wish to become qualified in the first level supervision position of advanced firefighter/squad boss.

WFTO 313 Introduction to Wildland Fire Behavior S-190

0.5 units.
Advisories: WFT 302 - Basic Incident Command System I-200
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Course of study that provides an introduction to wildland fire behavior issues that are important to wildland fire spread and safety to firefighters involved in suppression.

WFTO 314 Initial Attack Commander ICT S-200

1.5 units.
Advisories: WFT 302 - Basic Incident Command System I-200 ; and WFTO 312 - Advanced Firefighter Training S-131 ; and WFTO 325 - Ignition Operations S-234
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Course of study designed for the initial attack commander of small non-complex wildland fires the ability to safely suppress the fire within the guidelines of the incident command system and agency guidelines.

WFTO 315 Supervisory Concepts and Techniques S-201

1.0 unit.
Advisories: WFT 302 - Basic Incident Command System I-200 ; and WFTO 311 - Firefighter Training S-130 ; and WFTO 313 - Introduction to Wildland Fire Behavior S-190
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Course of study for the experienced wildland firefighter to be able to apply the principles of communication and supervision required of a single resource boss to perform on a wildland fire incident.

WFTO 316 Fire Operations in the Urban Interface S-205

2.0 units.
Advisories: WFTO 311 - Firefighter Training S-130 ; and WFTO 314 - Initial Attack Commander ICT S-200
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
A course of study to prepare initial attack incident commanders and company officers to effectively deal with wildland fires that threaten life, property, and improvements.

WFTO 317 Portable Pumps and Water Use S-211

1.5 units.
Advisories: WFT 302 - Basic Incident Command System I-200
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass
Course of study for firefighters to gain competency in the use of portable pumps and water in wildland fire fighting.

WFTO 318 Wildfire Powersaws S-212

1.5 units.
Advisories: WFTO 311 - Firefighter Training S-130
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Course for those planning to operate, or directly supervise, the operation of chain saws on wildfires.

WFTO 320 Interagency Helicopter Training Guide S-217

2.5 units.
Advisories: WFTO 311 - Firefighter Training S-130
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass
Course covers the tactical and logistical use of helicopters in wildland fire control operations.

WFTO 321 Crew Boss S-230

1.5 units.
Advisories: WFTO 315 - Supervisory Concepts and Techniques S-201 ; and WFTO 325 - Ignition Operations S-234 ; and WFTO 330 - Basic Air Operations S-270
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Course is designed to identify the hazards and risks on wildland fires and teach the tactics which are appropriate for the crew boss during various wildland fire situations. The course also identifies crew boss responsibilities prior to and during mobilization, on the incident and during demobilization.

WFTO 322 Engine Boss S-321

0.5 units.
Advisories: WFTO 325 - Ignition Operations S-234 ; and WFTO 329 - Fire Business Management Principles S-260 ; and WFTO 330 - Basic Air Operations S-270
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Course designed to prepare advanced firefighters/squad bosses with the ability to understand and function as an engine boss in the control of wildland fires. This course presents the issues of tactics and safety in the control of wildland fires, and identifies the mobilization and demobilization procedures of a engine crew on a wildland fire incident.

WFTO 323 Dozer Boss S-232

1.0 unit.
Advisories: WFTO 325 - Ignition Operations S-234 ; and WFTO 329 - Fire Business Management Principles S-260 ; and WFTO 330 - Basic Air Operations S-270
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Course is designed to prepare advanced firefighters/squad bosses with the ability to understand and function as a dozer boss in the control of wildland fires. Topics include the issues of tactics and safety in the control of wildland fires and identifies the mobilization and demobilization procedures of a dozer on a wildland fire incident.

WFTO 324 Tractor Plow Boss S-233

1.5 units.
Advisories: WFTO 325 - Ignition Operations S-234 ; and WFTO 329 - Fire Business Management Principles S-260 ; and WFTO 330 - Basic Air Operations S-270
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass
Course is designed to prepare advanced firefighters/squad bosses with the ability to understand and function as a tractor/plow boss in the control of wildland fires. Topics include the issues of tactics and safety in the control of wildland fires and identifies the mobilization and demobilization procedures of a tractor/plow on a wildland fire incident.

WFTO 325 Ignition Operations S-234

2.0 units.
Advisories: WFTO 312 - Advanced Firefighter Training S-131 ; and WFTO 322 - Engine Boss S-321
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass
The application of safety considerations involved in a firing operation. Topics include planning, ignition procedures and techniques and equipment applicable to wildland and prescribed fire. The role of the ignition specialist or firing boss as the organization manages escalation from non-complex to a complex fire situation will also be addressed.

WFTO 326 Felling Boss S-235

1.5 units.
Advisories: WFTO 315 - Supervisory Concepts and Techniques S-201 ; and WFTO 329 - Fire Business Management Principles S-260
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Course is designed to meet the training needs of a felling boss on a wildland fire incident. Topics include the responsibility of building fireline in areas where saws are needed to build fire control lines, determination of the capabilities and limitations of the felling crew, identify the special equipment needed for the assignment, understand the issues of tactics and safety in the control of wildland fires, and identify the mobilization and demobilization procedures of a felling crew on a wildland fire incident.

WFTO 327 Staging Area Manager J-236

0.5 units.
Advisories: WFTO 315 - Supervisory Concepts and Techniques S-201 ; and WFTO 329 - Fire Business Management Principles S-260
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Course is designed to meet the training needs of a staging manager who is responsible for establishing and maintaining staging areas where resources are assigned prior to being given a specific fire assignment. Topics include all activities in the staging area including the determination if there is any need for temporary assignment of logistics service and support (fuel tender, food delivery, sanitation) to staging areas and make arrangements for temporary logistics, if required, by notifying logistics section chief.

WFTO 328 Field Observer S-244

2.0 units.
Advisories: WFTO 315 - Supervisory Concepts and Techniques S-201 ; and WFTO 321 - Crew Boss S-230
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Provides the necessary skills to function as a field observer on a wildland fire incident. The use of various types of maps in wildland fire control will be emphasized.

WFTO 329 Fire Business Management Principles S-260

1.0 unit.
Advisories: WFTO 315 - Supervisory Concepts and Techniques S-201 ; and WFTO 321 - Crew Boss S-230 ; and WFTO 330 - Basic Air Operations S-270
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
This course of study is designed to teach the basic concepts of fiscal management of wildland fire incidents. It includes correct and fiscally sound personnel and equipment procurement, time recording, and proper documentation.

WFTO 330 Basic Air Operations S-270

1.0 unit.
Advisories: WFTO 315 - Supervisory Concepts and Techniques S-201
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
This course covers aircraft types and capabilities, aviation management and safety for flying in and working with agency aircraft, tactical and logistical uses of aircraft, and requirements for helicopter take-off and landing areas. Note: The regulations, procedures and policies addressed in this course are primarily those governing federal agency and ICS operations. State, county, or other political subdivisions using this course will need to consult their agency having jurisdiction with respect to regulations, procedures and policies.

WFTO 331 Helispot Manager J-272

0.5 units.
Advisories: WFTO 315 - Supervisory Concepts and Techniques S-201 ; and WFTO 320 - Interagency Helicopter Training Guide S-217 ; WFTO 330 - Basic Air Operations S-270
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Course is designed to provide instruction on the basic concepts of the helispot manager position which is responsible under the air support group supervisor or helicopter manager for management of a helispot on a wildland fire.

WFTO 332 Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior S-290

2.0 units.
Advisories: WFTO 311 - Firefighter Training S-130 ; WFTO 313 - Introduction to Wildland Fire Behavior S-190
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Provides the necessary knowledge to develop fire behavior for effective and safe fire management operations. Topics include how changes in fuels and topography can provide full and partial barriers to the spread of wildland fires and explain the chimney effect in canyon topography.

WFTO 333 Incident Commander Multiple Resources S-300

1.5 units.
Prerequisite: WFTO 314 - Initial Attack Commander ICT S-200 ; WFTO 315 - Supervisory Concepts and Techniques S-201
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass
The course includes what is required to take over the command of the wildland fire incident, what is entailed in a complete and up-to-date incident briefing prior to taking control of the incident, and to determine when the incident commander will assume command of an incident.

WFTO 334 Leadership and Organizational Development S-301

1.5 units.
Advisories: WFTO 314 - Initial Attack Commander ICT S-200 ; and WFTO 315 - Supervisory Concepts and Techniques S-201 ; and WFTO 329 - Fire Business Management Principles S-260
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Provides the experienced wildland firefighter with the communication and supervision skills necessary to perform as a unit leader on a wildland fire incident.

WFTO 335 Task Force/Strike Team Leader S-330

1.5 units.
Advisories: WFTO 336 - Fire Suppression Tactics S-336 ; and WFTO 344 - Introduction to Wildland Fire Behavior Calculations S-390
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Topics include utilization of increments of equipment in saving lives and property, and to develop the skills necessary to supervise the various types of equipment in wildland fire control.

WFTO 336 Fire Suppression Tactics S-336

2.0 units.
Advisories: WFTO 315 - Supervisory Concepts and Techniques S-201 ; and WFTO 325 - Ignition Operations S-234 ; and WFTO 330 - Basic Air Operations S-270 ; and WFTO 344 - Introduction to Wildland Fire Behavior Calculations S-390
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Course designed to instruct the experienced wildland firefighter with the tactics necessary for the safe utilization of resource to control wildland fires. Topics cover the review and comparison of tactical assignments with incident objectives, analyzing capabilities of the resources assigned and making work assignments for each resource to accomplish the tactical objectives in an assigned area.

WFTO 337 Division/Group Supervisor S-339

1.0 unit.
Advisories: WFTO 334 - Leadership and Organizational Development S-301
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
A course of study for Initial Attack Incident Commanders, Task Force/Strike Team Leaders to be able to function as a Division/Group Supervisor on a wildland fire incident. The course defines and differentiates between the division and group supervisor positions, and teaches the difference between the two positions. The relationships of Division/Group Supervisor is contrasted with Strike Team Leader, Task Force Leader, and Initial Attack Incident Commander.

WFTO 338 Intermediate Aviation Operations S-370

2.0 units.
Advisories: WFTO 329 - Fire Business Management Principles S-260 ; and WFTO 330 - Basic Air Operations S-270
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
This course of study is to provide Incident Commanders and other fire line supervisors with an understanding of the aviation tools and knowledge to effectively use aviation resources safely, effectively on a wildland fire incident.

WFTO 339 Helibase Manager S-371

2.0 units.
Advisories: WFTO 320 - Interagency Helicopter Training Guide S-217 ; and WFTO 330 - Basic Air Operations S-270
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
A course of study that provides the information necessary for an advanced firefighter/crew boss or helicopter manager to take over the function of a helibase on a wildland fire incident. The course covers reporting to assigned helibase and how to determine if staffing and aircraft needs are satisfactory, properly review and implement helibase checklist, identify problems that may necessitate a safety briefing and coordination with Air Support Group Supervisor and Air Tactical Group Supervisor.

WFTO 340 Helicopter Coordinator J-374

1.5 units.
Advisories: WFTO 330 - Basic Air Operations S-270 ; and WFTO 336 - Fire Suppression Tactics S-336
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Course is designed to teach the duties and responsibilities of the Helicopter Coordinator on a wildland incident. Topics include how to determine aircraft (air tankers and helicopters) operating within incident area of assignment, implement air safety requirements and procedures, and coordinate activities with air attack supervisor, air tanker coordinator, air support supervisor, and ground supervisor, and ground operations personnel.

WFTO 341 Air Support Group Supervisor S-375

1.5 units.
Advisories: WFT 303 - Intermediate Incident Command System I-300 ; and WFTO 334 - Leadership and Organizational Development S-301 ; and WFTO 339 - Helibase Manager S-371
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
The course identifies the duties of the Air Support Group Supervisor, who is primarily responsible for supporting and managing logistical support for helibase and helispot operations. The course identifies resource/supplies dispatched for air support group, requests special air support items from appropriate sources through logistics section, determines need for assignment of personnel and equipment at each helibase and helispot, and maintains coordination with airbases supporting the incident.

WFTO 342 Air Tanker Coordinator S-376

2.0 units.
Advisories: WFTO 329 - Fire Business Management Principles S-260 ; and WFTO 330 - Basic Air Operations S-270 ; and WFTO 338 - Intermediate Aviation Operations S-370
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Topics include if the restricted air space declaration has been requested through FAA, determine the location of fixed-wing facilities supporting air tanker operations, and determine if all aircraft including air tankers and helicopters operating within incident area of assignment. Survey incident area to determine situation, aircraft hazards, and other potential problems.

WFTO 343 Air Tactical Group Supervisor S-378

2.5 units.
Advisories: WFTO 330 - Basic Air Operations S-270 ; and WFTO 340 - Helicopter Coordinator J-374
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Course is designed to provide instruction on Air Tactical Group supervisor which is primarily responsible for the coordination of aircraft operations when fixed and/or rotary-wing aircraft are operating on a wildfire.

WFTO 344 Introduction to Wildland Fire Behavior Calculations S-390

2.0 units.
Advisories: WFTO 332 - Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior S-290
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Topics include local and regional fire behavior issues that are critical to wildland firefighting, comparison of the effects of daytime solar radiation and nighttime heat losses from various sources, descriptions of their effects on wildland fire behavior. The relationship among general, local (convective), 20-foot, and mid-flame winds is presented along with a description of how topography affects fuels and their availability for combustion. How to determine spotting components, safety zone requirements, plotting fire size and shape, point source calculations, extreme fire behavior, and documentation required for briefings for fire line safety are also covered.

WFTO 345 Incident Commander S-400

2.0 units.
Advisories: WFT 304 - Advanced Incident Command System I-400 ; and WFTO 329 - Fire Business Management Principles S-260
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
This includes how to set up organizational elements necessary to mitigate the emergency, request additional resources as needed, how to ensure planning meetings are held as necessary, details relating to coordination of staff activity, and how and when to assume command of an incident after the overall situation is reviewed, sufficient information is available to make logical decisions, and takeover coordination can be accomplished.

WFTO 346 Liaison Officer S-402

0.5 units.
Advisories: WFT 304 - Advanced Incident Command System I-400 ; and WFTO 337 - Division/Group Supervisor S-339
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Topics include the flow of information between command and all agencies involved in the incident, solving problems with the various agencies involved in the incident, and the difference between assisting and cooperating agencies.

WFTO 347 Safety Officer S-404

2.0 units.
Advisories: WFT 304 - Advanced Incident Command System I-400 ; and WFTO 337 - Division/Group Supervisor S-339
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Topics include how to make recommendations that will address those risks or hazards with the highest potential for accidents or injury and follow through with those of lesser degree, how to develop and present alternatives, and present issues related to direct intervention to immediately correct a dangerous situation.

WFTO 348 Standards for Survival PMS 416

0.5 units.
Advisories: WFT 302 - Basic Incident Command System I-200
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
This course of study presents the introductory information for wildland firefighters on the safety aspects of how to fight fire aggressively but provide for safety first. This course includes information on how to initiate all action based on current and expected fire behavior, how to recognize current weather conditions and obtain forecasts, obtain current information on fire status, and remain in communication with crew members, your supervisor, and adjoining forces.

WFTO 349 Hazmat Awareness Pms 418

0.5 units.
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass
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WFTO 350 Command and General Staff S-420

2.0 units.
Advisories: WFT 304 - Advanced Incident Command System I-400 ; and WFTO 337 - Division/Group Supervisor S-339
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
This course of study presents advanced training for those individuals who will be assigned to the Command and General Staff positions on a wildland fire incident. This course presents topics that will develop the skills and knowledge that are necessary to perform on wildland Type 2 incidents in a command or general staff position, information required to set up organizational elements necessary to mitigate a wildland fire incident, how to request additional resources as needed, and supervision issues related to coordination of staff activity.

WFTO 351 Look Up, Look Down, Look Around PMS 427

0.5 units.
Advisories: WFTO 311 - Firefighter Training S-130
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
This course of study is a wildland fire behavior refresher for experienced wildland firefighters. It presents the three principle environmental elements affecting wildland fire behavior, three factors of fuel that affect the start and spread of wildland fire, three factors of weather that affect fuel moisture, how wind affects wildland fire spread, four factors of topography that affect wildland fire behavior, and descriptions of the dangerous conditions that can develop in a box canyon and steep narrow canyons.

WFTO 352 Learn To BEHAVE Psm-428

1.0 unit.
Advisories: WFT 302 - Basic Incident Command System I-200 ; and WFTO 344 - Introduction to Wildland Fire Behavior Calculations S-390
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Letter Grade Only
The student will learn the BEHAVE fire behavior prediction and fuel modeling system. BEHAVE is an interactive computer program that can be adapted to a variety of wildland fire management needs.

WFTO 354 Operations Section Chief S-430

2.0 units.
Advisories: and WFTO 337 - Division/Group Supervisor S-339
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Presents the information necessary to assess incident assignments and determine immediate needs and actions, a description of the six principles of command and the six basic rules of emergency operations management, delineation of the relationship between General Staff and the Operations Section Chief, and supervision of the operations function.

WFTO 355 Training Specialist S-445

1.0 unit.
Advisories: WFTO 335 - Task Force/Strike Team Leader S-330 ; and WFTO 327 - Staging Area Manager J-236 ; and WFTL 328 - Demobilization Unit Leader J-347 ; and WFTL 329 - Resources Unit Leader J-348
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
A course of study that presents the information needed to organize and implement an incident training program. This course includes how to analyze and prescribe training assignments to fulfill individual development needs of trainees, and to properly document individual trainee performance and the incident training program.

WFTO 356 Air Operations Branch Director S-470

2.0 units.
Advisories: WFT 304 - Advanced Incident Command System I-400
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
A detailed study of the ICS aviation organization. It includes understanding the latest regional aviation program and direction, the ability to apply the latest aviation tools and equipment used in the suppression of wildfires, application of the principles of safety when using aviation resources, recognition of the importance of following aviation regulation when using call-when-needed aircraft, and interaction among the aviation organization on an incident.

WFTO 357 Advanced Wildland Fire Behavior Calculations S-490

2.0 units.
Advisories: WFTO 344 - Introduction to Wildland Fire Behavior Calculations S-390
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
This course of study is the fourth National Wildfire Coordinating Group course in wildland fire behavior. This course is designed to give state-of-the-art capability to determine inputs for fire behavior determination and in-depth knowledge of interpretations of model outputs. The material presented teaches participants to project fire perimeter growth based on weather predictions and knowledge of fuels and topography. A variety of fire scenarios are presented for participants to make fire behavior calculations and interpretations.

WFTO 358 Facilitative Instructor PMS 925

2.0 units.
Advisories: WFT 302 - Basic Incident Command System I-200
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
This course of study is to provide experienced wildland firefighting personnel with technical competence in fire management and other disciplines to become effective adult education instructors.

WFTO 360 Hazardous Materials First Responder Update

0.5 units.
Advisories: WFT 302 - Basic Incident Command System I-200
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
This course of study prepares the student to respond to a Hazardous Materials incident in a safe and competent manner and be able to function at an operational level.

WFTO 361 Suburban Urban Response

1.5 units.
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Letter Grade Only
This course is designed to teach USFS, BLM, Park Service and Wildland Fire personnel in the tactic used to suppress Structure, Vehicle and extinguishing Flammable Liquids Fires. Students will get special instruction in proper use, care, and maintenance of SCBA equipment and Auto Extrication.

WFTO 362 Campbell Prediction System

1.0 unit.
Advisories: WFTO 312 - Advanced Firefighter Training S-131 ; and WFTO 332 - Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior S-290
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Provides an understanding of the fuel flammability issue in predicting wildland fire behavior. Topics include fire behavior prediction in wildland situations using flammability variations by time and aspect. Analysis and communications of the fire situation will be covered.

WFTO 363 Followership to Leadership L-280

1.0 unit.
Advisories: WFTO 311 - Firefighter Training S-130
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Designed as a self-assessment opportunity for individuals preparing for a leadership role. Topics include leadership values and principles, transition challenges for new leaders, situational leadership, teambuilding, and ethical decision-making.

WFTO 364 Incident Leadership L-381

2.0 units.
Advisories: WFTO 363 - Followership to Leadership L-280
Acceptable for credit: D - Credit - Degree Applicable
Grading Method: Pass/No Pass
Presents leadership development training for incident response personnel who will function in fireline command roles. Topics include the leadership tools to effectively exert command and control over a quickly assembled team in a time constrained and rapidly changing incident environment.