COMPANY OFFICER 2D-All-Risk Command Operations for Company Officers
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This California State Fire Marshal certified course provides information on conducting incident size-up, developing and
implementing an initial plan of action involving single and multi-unit operations for various types of emergency incidents
to mitigate the situation following agency safety procedures, conducting pre-incident planning, and develop and conduct a
post-incident analysis. This course is intended for practicing firefighters seeking advancement to the company officer
DATES: November 27-December 1, 2023 (8 a.m. to 5 p.m.)
LOCATION: City of San Marcos Fire Training Facility / Palomar College Fire Academy, 182 Santar Place, San Marcos CA 92069. Classroom 3A (classroom door is on the East end of the Palomar College Public Safety Administration building (Sheriff’s station)).
REGISTRATION: Prior to registering, please obtain a student ID number (nine digit number only; you do not need a physical ID card) by applying to Palomar College from the main website (https://www2.palomar.edu/). IF YOU ALREADY HAVE A PALOMAR COLLEGE STUDENT ID, YOU MAY HAVE TO UPDATE YOUR INFORMATION WITH THE COLLEGE. IF THIS IS NECESSARY, HERE IS THE LINK WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO COMPLETE THE UPDATE: https://www.palomar.edu/fire/wp-content/uploads/sites/280/2022/04/Steps-to-Apply-GEN-Flier-Fall-2022.pdf. When we confirm you have the prerequisites, you will be enrolled by Enrollment Services prior to the first day of class. You will be sent an email to prompt you to go to your MyPalomar account and pay the appropriate fees. You can skip the Palomar Student orientation as you are taking a Career, Technical, and Extended Education (CTEE) class for professional growth and development.
COLLEGE FEES: $115.00 College registration fee (2.5 units), $19.00 Health Fee if this is your first class of the semester.
MATERIAL FEE: $140.00 Collected by Palomar College during registration process for California State Fire Marshal CFSTES class certification
INSTRUCTORS: Nick Ordille, MS, Assistant Fire Chief, email@example.com Scott Tucker, Battalion Chief, firstname.lastname@example.org
PREREQUISITES: Meet the educational requirements of Fire Fighter II or four (4) years as a career fire fighter, or six (6) years as a volunteer fire fighter
IS-00200.b: Incident Command System For Single Resources and Initial Action Incident, ICS-200
Hazardous Material Incident Commander (as offered by the California Specialized Training Institute)
REQUIRED TEXTBOOK: Fire Officer, 3rd Edition. Jones and Bartlett, 2015. ISBN 9781284068368.