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G2G One-Day Training Plan

Premise: ≈50 Participants
09:00-12:00 Classroom Presentation
12:00-12:45 Lunch
12:45-14:30 Skills Training
14:30-17:00 G2G Certification Test in full gear

12:45 -14:30 Skills Training – 1.75 hours

  1. Divide Class into 3 groups of ≈20
  2. 20-minute rotations into 3 Skills Stations: Tower Climb & Hoist / Forcible Entry / Hose & Manikin Drags
  3. 4 – Trainers at each Skills Station:
  4. Tower Climb & Hoist: 2 Trainers at base of tower, 2 Trainers on top / 10 students each lane / Observe from outside of drop zone / Trainers introduce & demonstrate skill / then start first pair up / Start second pair up before hoisting begins / First pair comes down before third pair goes up / no more than 6 on top deck / Trainers lower shoulder loads so students don’t have to carry down / students lower donuts /
  5. Keiser & Cones: 4 Trainers demonstrate together / then 2 Trainers each Keiser / 10 students per Keiser / Trainers demonstrate & coach /
  6. Hose & Manikin Drags: 2 Trainers on each skill with 10 students / 15-minutes each skill / introduce & demonstrate skill / coach & correct / use tire drags for skill session / use charged hose line for test / emphasize proper mechanics of manikin lift /

14:30-17:00 G2G Certification Test in full gear / 12 Trainers for Certification Test:

  1. Timer/Starter
  2. Timer/Starter
  3. Tower/lower bundles
  4. Tower/lower bundles
  5. Keiser (get help from students)
  6. Reset Hose (get help from students)
  7. Reset Hose (get help from students)
  8. Reset Red Manikin & coach (get help from students)
  9. Reset Blue Manikin & coach (get help from students)
  10. Coordinate start order / ready lineup / keep base of tower clear (get help from students)
  11. Manage SCBA staging / bottle refill / face piece cleaning / (get help from students)
  12. Manage Rehab (Pavilion), distribute T-shirt to each student upon entering rehab

After each pair clears tower, trainers lower donuts and shoulder packs. Next pair is on standby. Trainers reset course behind students. Trainers get help from students to reset hose & manikins. Next pair is on air when preceding pair gets to nozzle. Timers record finish time, return to start next pair immediately. Continuous starting of pairs together with minimal delay should average 5-minute starts, for 24 students per hour.

 

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