Available Training Opportunities

WIKKMO is here to provide quality training services for your organization.  We are proud to announce our partnership with Insource, Inc.  With this partnership, we have numerous courses we offer but we can also develop customized training for your individual needs, in the areas of emergency response and fire protection related disciplines.  The training we offer includes:

ITAC Tabletop Command and Control of Major Operations Incident Management 

This is a multi-media workshop, designed for fire service officers responsible for emergency incident management at structural and hazardous materials incidents. The materials are delivered using slides, video and a tabletop simulator. Students work in small and large groups to examine case studies and solve tabletop simulated incidents that range from simple hazmat and first alarm commercial to large multiple story commercial and industrial occupancies with hazmat and WMD challenges.

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Introduction to Aviation Emergency Response

This program is specifically designed for the aviation industry and is designed to provide students with a better understanding of Aerodrome Emergency Response.   The objective is to provide a better understanding of how each agency identified within the Organization Response Plan (ORP) would be impacted and how they would interact during an emergency event. 

  • Understanding Response Hierarchy and Lines of Authority.

  • Understanding the Requirements of Military/Civil Aviation regulations.

 

  • Explanation of Communications during and Emergency Event and Different Types of Emergencies that may be Encountered.

 

  • Detailed overview of the entities Aerodrome Emergency Plan (AEP) and Specific Roles and Responsibilities Required by the Plan.

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Promotional Assessment Centers

We assist your agency or department by customizing the Assessment Center process.   It consists of a variety of testing techniques designed to allow candidates the opportunity to demonstrate in standardized conditions; the skills and abilities most essential for success in the position being tested. The results of this process will provide your agency with the knowledge and information necessary to make an informed decision regarding appointment of the appropriate personnel for your agency.

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ITAC Tabletop Strategy Tactics

This two and a half to three day multi-media workshop, designed for fire service officers responsible for emergency incident management, is delivered using slides, video, live fire, and a tabletop simulator. Students work in small and large groups to examine case studies and solve tabletop simulated incidents that range from simple house fires to large multiple story commercial and industrial occupancies. 

 

ITAC Tabletop Strategy Tactics

This two and a half to three day multi-media workshop, designed for fire service officers responsible for emergency incident management, is delivered using slides, video, live fire, and a tabletop simulator. Students work in small and large groups to examine case studies and solve tabletop simulated incidents that range from simple house fires to large multiple story commercial and industrial occupancies. 

ITAC Tabletop Strategy Tactics

This two and a half to three day multi-media workshop, designed for fire service officers responsible for emergency incident management, is delivered using slides, video, live fire, and a tabletop simulator. Students work in small and large groups to examine case studies and solve tabletop simulated incidents that range from simple house fires to large multiple story commercial and industrial occupancies. 

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Tabletop Strategy and Tactics for Haz-Mat Incidents

This four-day multi-media workshop designed for fire service officers responsible for managing emergency incidents involving hazardous materials/WMD agents. The course is delivered using PowerPoint slides, video, reference materials, and a tabletop simulator. Students work in small and large groups to examine case studies and solve tabletop simulated incidents that range from simple gasoline spills to large transportation/industrial occupancy and WMD scenarios.

 

Our instructor will use a series of modules designed to assure student success by building on lessons learned through life and classroom interaction. In each session participants will learn concepts and practice essential skills necessary to prepare themselves to meet the stressful demands of an emergency incident and the professional qualification standards 29 CFR 1910.120 (q)(6)(v), NFPA-472 Chapter 8 (2013), NFPA-1500 8.1, 8.2, 8.3 (2013), NFPA-1561 4.5, 5.3. (2014)

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Hazardous Materials Emergency Response Training

We also offer NFPA 472 and 29 CFR 1910.120 compliant hazardous materials emergency responder training. 

 

Training levels include:

 

  • Awareness

  • Operations

  • Technician

  • Hazmat Incident Commander

  • Hazmat Incident Safety Officer

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Conflict Solutions for the Fire Service

This two-day class targets firefighters and officers of all ranks who desire to become more proficient at leading their workforce by resolving and solving conflicts and workplace issues successfully. The class consists of three highly interactive, hands on modules that focuses on the participants practicing making realistic conflict resolution decisions using ethical and department standards.

 

Participants will acquire effective tools for successful conflict solution and problem solving for simple to complex employee issues.

 

A variety of situations will challenge the participants to define their leadership skills in terms of ethical decision-making and apply new skills through hands-on practice to become more confident officers and firefighters.

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Battalion Chief (Ret)

Aurora (CO) Fire Department

Katherine Ridenhour—Insource, Inc.

 

Building Construction

This two day multi-media workshop is designed for fire service officers responsible for emergency incident management in the structural fireground. Our instructor uses a series of modules designed to assure student success by building on lessons learned through life and classroom interaction.

 

The course will provide a comprehensive overview of building classifications and their related characteristics and the engineering principles of building construction. Significant course time will concentrate on significant differences between the various methods, techniques, and materials of building construction and how they perform when exposed to fire conditions.

 

Special attention will focus on a strategic comparison of conventional (legacy) and lightweight (contemporary) building construction with detailed analysis and application of UL/NIST research. For pre-incident surveys, buildings will be classified strategically, including features and characteristics that should influence fireground awareness and decision-making.)

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Passport Accountability System, Train-the-Trainer

This train the trainer multi-media workshop is designed to prepare fire service instructors to deliver the lesson plan for the "Passport Accountability System" to fire service officers responsible for emergency incident management. The class is delivered using slides, video, and a tabletop simulator. Students work in small and large groups as they learn to use the lesson plan.

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Live Fire Training for Emergency Incidents

This demonstration of fire behavior using live fire in an acquired structure is designed for fire service trainers and officers responsible for emergency incident strategy and tactics. The training is delivered using, slides, video, acquired structures, scientific instruments, fire, smoke and various tools available to the fire service crafts-person. Participants will learn to size up a structure to estimate the intensity and location of a fire in a building. During fire demonstrations thermocouplers are placed throughout the structure to help students' correlate visible exterior queues to actual fire conditions and temperatures inside the structure.

 

The classroom portion includes instruction on fire behavior that will be visible during the live fire training. On the fire ground participants will learn the techniques of a walk around size up, and observe fire behavior from ignition, to extinguishment. Students will learn to identify the differences between a contents and a fire that has extended to the structure. Participants will have the opportunity to observe the extinguishing characteristics of various types of fire service nozzles.

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