Some Beacon courses are offered on a regularly schedule basis while others are offered once we’ve had enough interest. For these types of courses, we’ve introduced a new waitlist function. When applicable, just click the “Waitlist Signup” button and to add yourself to the course waitlist. Once the course minimum is reached, waitlisted individuals will be notified immediately of the course date, time, location, and provided a link for registration.
Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting (Advanced)
Course Information: Provides classroom and live fire instruction to develop the skills necessary to perform aircraft rescue firefighting duties. The Beacon Training Center (BTC) is one of 40 FAA-certified regional fire training centers throughout the United States. Located in Kenai, Alaska, it is fewer than two miles from world-class salmon fishing on the Kenai River. The BTC houses state-of-the-art training props that offer realistic fire-training scenarios while emphasizing safety as a priority. The 14,000 sq. ft. administration building includes multiple classrooms, student break area, control room and an apparatus bay that houses two aircraft rescue and firefighting (ARFF) vehicles and a structure pumper dedicated to training. The facility meets all the training requirements for airports of all indexes. The Advanced Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) DOT course is designed specifically for DOT airport managers and seasoned employees who have a good working knowledge of the Basic ARFF DOT curriculum. Students must have attended the Basic course at least once in the past five (5) years; however, it is highly recommended that they have attended the Basic course at least two or three times in order to have a good foundation from which to build upon. This course is built around five fundamental blocks of instruction that cover topics that are essential in developing the skills necessary to be an effective ARFF program manager at the local level.
Key Topics Covered: FAR 139, skills necessary to be an effective ARFF program manager at the local level.
Course Duration: 40 Hours
Certifications Received: Yes
Price: $2,121.00, includes tax
Accreditation: Per DOT regulations
Recertification Interval: Yearly
Prerequisites: Basic ARFF
Course Format: Instructor led / classroom setting / Live Fire; Conducted at BTC fire training center.
Special Note: Class subject to cancelation if minimum registration not met.
Offered based on demand
This course is offered based on demand.
Beacon will alert you once we have a class scheduled.
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