Basic Theory of Firefighting & Rescue
The Basic Theory of Firefighting & Rescue course is designed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of the theoretical principles and foundational knowledge essential for effective response to firefighting and rescue incidents. This course emphasises the theoretical aspects of fire science, emergency response protocols, and the key principles guiding successful firefighting and rescue operations. Through classroom sessions, discussions, and interactive learning, participants will acquire the knowledge needed to make informed decisions in emergency situations.
This course is suitable for individuals aspiring to become firefighters, emergency responders, or those seeking a solid theoretical foundation in firefighting and rescue operations. It is also valuable for professionals in related fields, such as safety officers, industrial workers, and community volunteers.
- Identify and articulate the distinct stages of fire development and combustion processes.
- Apply theoretical knowledge to analyse and predict fire behaviour in diverse environments proficiently.
- Develop effective strategies for fire prevention in residential, industrial, and commercial settings based on theoretical insights.
- Articulate the roles and responsibilities of key personnel within the theoretical framework of ICS.
- Theoretically identify responsibilities and liabilities associated with emergency response.
This course typically spans ½ or 1 day, with a focus on theoretical classroom sessions, group discussions, and interactive learning activities.