The Office of the Fire Marshal identifies the required courses and curriculum in support of the Nunavut Fire Training Strategy. The MTO manages the budgets for these courses, communicates the information to the communities, registers the participants, and handles all course logistics.
An 8 day course on:
- Leadership in the Fire Service
- Human Relations and the Fire Officer
- Administration and Ethics
- Pre-incident Planning and Fire Safety Inspections
- Fire Fighter Health and Safety
- Emergency Services Delivery
This 4 day course will be the NFPA 1035 course, which is designed to pro-
vide the skills necessary to deliver and co-ordinate Fire and Life Safety
Education at various levels within a community.
This course will outline the curriculum development and give general
guidelines for planning successful presentations. It will familiarize you with
information on what motivates people to learn and how people learn
differently. Other topics will include learning characteristics of different
age groups, educational materials, selection and program evaluation,
work-ing co-operatively with other community agencies, finding and using
resources and working with the media.
Minimum requirement: Must have at minimum completed Firefighter
Level 1 (Nunavut OFM). Must be an active member of the Community Fire
Limited amount of students 10 (1 per community unless additional
open-ings are available).
Bunker Gear is NOT required.
This 5 day course is designed to provide skills and teaching techniques for those who will be instructing firefighting courses. Enabling objectives include the role of the instructor, methods of instruction, lesson planning, objectives, learning environment, instructional techniques, and principles of learning. The primary focus is to allow candidates to effectively teach a firefighting class with pre-assigned curriculum. Maximum 9 students
Prerequisite: Must be an active member of a Fire Department within Nunavut.
10 Day course; Prerequisite: Must be an active member of a Fire Department within Nunavut. Must be the age 18 years of age, physically and mentally capable of performing the functions of a firefighter. Must have completed Firefighter Level 1 & 2 (Nunavut OFM). Must have a valid Class 3 Driver's LIcense with Air Brake Endorsement. Turn out gear required.
Students must have the basic knowledge on pump operations (have operated the pump), and have knowledge and have driven a fire truck.
This course is designed for fire services personnel to develop skills in the operations of fire pumpers. Candidates will learn the operating principles of centrifugal and positive displacement pumps, the advantages and disadvantages of front mounted, mid-ship, cross mounted and power take-off drive and pumping operations such as drafting, pumping from a hydrant and relay pumping. Also involved will be the basic friction loss calculations to determine minimum pump pressure.
The training also involves operation of a fire apparatus using the 5 part NFPA apparatus road test, this includes, backing, the S turn test, diminishing clearance, 180 degree turns and restrictive clearance driving. The students will have to demonstrate their ability to operate pumps from the booster tank, from draft and from a pressurized hydrant system. This training will involve many hours of practical skills there for turnout gear is mandatory for this training. We will also go into great detail on operation of an apparatus including pump drive systems, pump priming, safety systems, general equipment preventive maintenance and hydraulics.
This 5 day course is designed to provide skills and teaching techniques for those who will be instructing firefighting courses. Enabling objectives include the role of the instructor, methods of instruction, lesson planning, objectives, learning environment, instructional techniques, and principles of learning. The primary focus is to allow candidates to effectively teach a firefighting class with pre-assigned curriculum. Maximum 5 students
This 4-day course is designed to provide skills and teaching techniques fro those who will be instructing fire fighting courses. Enabling objectives include the role of the instructor, methods of instruction, lesson planning, objectives, learning environment, instructional techniques, and principles of learning. The primary focus is to allow candidates to effectively teach a fire fighting class with pre-assigned curriculum.
The first day of this 6 day course is about researching the life safety (could be fire/falls/burns/crashes) problems in their community. Students select a topic and spend the rest of the course creating a program (not just a course), with the intent to deliver to their community when they return home.
They learn how to create a budget, find funding, create a course (or courses), instructor training, marketing, creating a community coalition, report writing, creating an evaluation instrument, follow-up documentation and much more.
Upon successful completion of this course, the learner will be able to
- Manage instructional resources, staff, facilities and records
- Develop instructional materials for specific topics
- Conduct specialized and advanced classes using a lesson plan
- Develop a student evaluation instrument to support instruction and the evaluation of test results.
PREREQUISITE: Must possess the S101 Fire Service Instructor 1
This is an Officer Level Course.
The Fire Fighter Class 3 / Airbrakes course is designed to give Fire Fighters the ability to take the Nunavut Drivers Class 3a drivers exam and practical exam.
- Must be a current and active Fire Fighter
- Must possess a valid Class 5 Drivers license
- Must pass the Class 3 Drivers medical exam.
Students will have to submit copies of their registration forms, copy of their current valid drivers license and a copy of their medical to the MTO prior to being accepted on this course.