WF 111 : Tactical Decision Simulations

Transcript title

Tactical Decision Simulations



Grade mode

Pass/No Pass grades

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The course uses classroom and simulations to focus on the fire environment and the indicators fireline personnel should recognize in order to anticipate or predict problem fire behavior during fireline operations while utilizing lookouts, communications, escape routes and safety zones. Upon completion of the course and given a Fireline Handbook, Incident Response Pocket Guide (IRPG), and specific problem situations related to fire assignments, student will be provided with the knowledge and practice in decision making necessary to effectively apply tactical decisions making in wildland fire. P/NP grading.

Learning outcomes

1. Identify seven environmental factors and their respective indicators of hazardous conditions for fire behavior.
2. Effectively utilize lookouts, communications, escape routes, and safety zones during field operations
3. Conduct interactive briefings that address LCES.
4. Demonstrate safe work practices/behaviors as outlined in their LCES contract.

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