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    Night Burn Highlight Video

    Take a look at the Mississippi State Fire Academy's night burn. This is a video highlighting the night burn during a 1001 recruit class. During the course the students welcome family and friends to...

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    Take a look at the Mississippi State Fire Academy's night burn. This is a video highlighting the night burn during a 1001 recruit class. During the course the students welcome family and friends to watch them perform live fire training. 

     

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    Welcome to the new online learning management system from the Mississippi State Fire Academy. We look forward to providing you with many resources which will enhance the courses you are attending. ...

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    Welcome to the new online learning management system from the Mississippi State Fire Academy. We look forward to providing you with many resources which will enhance the courses you are attending. As with any new system, please give us time to identify the needs for improvements. Thank you and good luck on your course!


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    Available courses

    Course built for Staff Instructor Resources for the Certification Bureau.

    The Vehicle Extrication & Rescue Technician program utilizes the text book: Vehicle Extrication Levels 1 & 2: Principles and Practice. The text consists of thirteen chapters and addresses fundamental skills through heavier commercial vehicles. The course is designed with 25% lecture and 75% hands-on training. Topics covered include conventional hydraulic extrication, buttress stabilization systems, hand tool extrication techniques, stabilizing, lifting, and medical considerations. Students must achieve a 70% or greater on exams at Awareness, Operations and Technician Level, as well as practical skills testing in order to receive a certificate.

    Prerequisite: 

    NFPA 472 hazardous Materials Operations & NFPA 1006 Confined Space Rescue Technician

    Required PPE:

    NFPA compliant full turnout gear or extrication suit (fire retardant jumpsuit), hard hat or firefighting helmet, work gloves, steel toed boots, and OShA approved safety glasses.

    Students will not be allowed to participate in training without all safety equipment.



    You too can got to work and school in your jammies...