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Politics and the White Helmet (F0121) – National Fire Academy Course
This 2-day course from the National Fire Academy is aimed at providing the chief officers in both fire service and EMS agencies with a overview of the ways to succeed and work within the local, county and state level political system to achieve positive results for their department. It will give the officer an improved insight into better ways to relate and speak to citizens and others to gain support and understanding of their needs for bond issues, tax votes, and general elections. Participants learn about successful approaches appropriate for government employees and volunteers. The course identifies successful tools needed to address the challenge necessary to bring about change, and how a department's culture of power, influence, negotiation, and coalition building is important to success.
 
Date: June 3-4, 2014
Location: Oregon Public Safety Academy
4190 Aumsville Hwy, Salem, Oregon 97317
 
 
 
Youth Firesetting Prevention & Intervention: Level II (F0634) - National Fire Academy Course
This two-day National Fire Academy course is based on the requirements of NFPA Standard 1035 pertaining to the Youth Firesetting Intervention Specialist Level II. The course is designed for the person who is responsible or will be responsible for leading a youth firesetting prevention and intervention program.
 
Date: June 5-6, 2014
Location: Oregon Public Safety Academy
4190 Aumsville Hwy, Salem, Oregon 97317
 
 
 
 
National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS) Classes
The Office of State Fire Marshal (OSFM) is conducting free NFIRS classes every month. The classes are held the last Tuesday of every month (January through October) from 1:00pm to 2:00pm at the OFM Headquarters, 4760 Portland Road NE, Salem, Oregon 97305. (These classes may also be attended via webinar.)
 
To register or for questions, contact the OSFM Data Unit at 1-877-588-8787 (toll free), 503-934-8250, or osfm.data@state.or.us.
 
 
 
Fire Service and Building Code Training
Fire and Life Safety Services provides training to the Oregon Fire Service based on state and national standards. Training is available online or through a classroom. Online training and the classroom training can be accessed through iLearnOregon.

For more detailed information on the courses, please go to the Fire and Life Safety Services section. 

 ONLINE  CLASSROOM
 Fire & Life Safety Awareness I  Fire & Life Safety Awareness I
 Fire & Life Safety Awareness II  Fire & Life Safety Awareness II
 Oregon Basic Mechanical Code  Oregon Fire Code Amendments
 Oregon Basic Building Code  Basic Fire Investigation 100
 Oregon Fire Code Amendments  Basic Fire Investigation 200
 Basic Fire Investigation 100  Company Inspector I-IV
   Company Inspector train-the-trainer
   Fire Plans Review


 

 

Fire Bridge Training
The Office of State Fire Marshal (OSFM) provides a free training on how to use the basic functions of the Fire Bridge system. The course is intended for beginner users or those interested in a refresher of the Fire Bridge system. For questions or to request a training, contact the OSFM Data Unit at 1-877-588-8787 (toll free),        503-934-8250, or osfm.data@state.or.us.
 
 
 
iLearnOregon
OSFM has access to an online learning management system called iLearnOregon. Individuals who use the iLearn system may take online training or exams, enroll in classroom courses, print certificates, use collaboration spaces, view announcements or documents, and access their transcripts. OSFM courses are available to community members and fire service employees.
 
Log onto iLearn to view upcoming courses offered by the OSFM. 
iLearn Login   iLearn Quick Start Guide 
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Other Agency & Association Training Opportunities

 
 
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Out-of-State Training Opportunities

 
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Events

Common Voices Fire Safety Day 
Date: June 3, 2014
Location: Clackamas Fire Training Center
15990 SE 130th Avenue, Oregon 97015
 
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