WINTER/SPRING 2019 Boise BLM TRAINING Nomination
Boise BLM Training Nomination Process
This form is our local process for supervisors to nominate their personnel for any Geographic Area Training for WINTER/SPRING 2019. Listed below are the courses offered locally, by Great Basin Training and then some other boxes that you can complete for any other training outside of our area if needed.

Please refer to the nationalfiretraining.nwcg.gov website for the specific information.

All nominations for the Winter/Spring courses listed need to be submitted by Wednesday September 26, 2018 via this Google Form ONLY unless otherwise stated. This allows for local and zone prioritization of nominations prior to the final training due date.

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GREAT BASIN WINTER/SPRING 2019 TRAINING
Nominations submitted by: Wednesday September 28, 2018
For each course you would like to submit a nomination, complete the information/section below. Classes are placed in chronological order.

Please refer to the nationalfiretraining.nwcg.gov website for the specific information.

L480 Organizational Leadership in the Fire Service 1/7/19 - 1/11/19 Boise, ID Tuition $500
This is a leadership development recommendation that will provide mid- and upper-level organizational leaders and future Incident Management Team leaders (Command and General Staff) with the leadership tools to provide strategic direction and influence others to achieve team goals..
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ICS300 Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents 1/7/19 - 1/9/19 Boise, ID No tuition for BLM
NIMS ICS All-Hazards training should be completed by personnel who are regularly assigned to Functional, Support, or Unit Leader positions on Type 3 or 4 All-Hazards Incident Management Teams, or by those persons who desire to seek credentials/certification in those positions.
Meets course prerequisites: Successful completion of ICS100. ICS200. IS700. IS800
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ICS400 Advanced ICS, Command & General Staff 1/9/19 - 1/10/19 No Tuition for BLM
Target Group: Senior personnel who are expected to perform in a management capacity in an area command or multi-agency coordination entity. Course Topics: Explain how major incidents engender special management challenges. Describe the circumstances in which an area command is established. Describe the circumstances in which multi-agency coordination systems are established.
Meets course prerequisites: Successful completion of ICS100. ICS200. IS700. IS800. ICS300
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RX301 Prescribed Fire Implementation 1/28/19 - 2/1/19 Boise, ID No Tuition for BLM
Target Group: Personnel desiring to become qualified as a Prescribed Fire Burn Boss type 2 (RXB2). This course is designed to introduce students to the tools and techniques used to perform in the role of a prescribed fire burn boss. The course material is based on the tasks found in the position task book for prescribed fire burn boss. It leads the student through the duties and responsibilities associated with the position of the prescribed fire burn boss including evaluation and implementation of a prescribed fire plan.
Meets course prerequisites: Qualified FIRB & ICT4. Completion of S390. Proficient in BehavePlus. Agrees to complete pre-course work.
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RX341 Prescribed Fire Plan Preparation 1/28/19 - 2/1/19 Boise, ID No Tuition for BLM
Target Group: This course is suggested training for all students who are involved in or plan to be involved in the preparation of prescribed fire plans. Other positions that would benefit from this course are FIRB, FEMO, air regulators, fire ecologists, private land owners (eg. TNC), other state and private agencies, prescribed fire consultants, and fire planners. Objectives: Describe prescribed fire planning policies and guidelines. Identify and describe the processes involved in preparing a prescribed fire plan. Develop and defend a prescribed fire plan that safely meets management objectives.
Meets course prerequisites: Completion of S390. Proficient in BehavePlus. Agrees to complete pre-course work.
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RX410 Smoke Management Techniques 2/4/19 - 2/8/19 Boise, ID No Tuition fir BLM
Target Group: Qualified Burn Bosses. LTAN and others that would benefit are FEMO. Air regulators, fire ecologists, prescribed fire consultants, and fire planners. Objectives: Provide land managers with the knowledge to manage smoke and reduce its impacts on public health and welfare. Ojectives:Predict, manage, and monitor prescribed fire smoke. Describe the legal, professional, and ethical reasons for managing smoke. Describe the roles of federal, state, and local agencies and organizations involved with and affected by smoke from prescribed fire.
Meets course prerequisites: Students should have a background in prescribed fire planning, implementing, monitoring, permitting or smoke/air regulating. Agrees to complete pre-course work
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S470 Air Operations Branch Director 2/4/19 - 2/7/19 Boise, ID No Tuition for BLM
Target Group: individuals qualified as Air Support Group Supervisor (ASGS) desiring to become qualified Air Operations Branch Director (AOBD). It is recommended students have completed I-400, Advanced ICS and L-480, Organizational Leadership in the Fire Service.
Meets course prerequisites: Qualified as an Air Support Group Supervisor (ASGS). Agrees to complete pre-course work.
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S371 Helibase Manager 2/11/19 - 2/15/19 Boise, ID No Tuition for BLM
Target Group: All personnel desiring to be qualified as a helibase manager type 2 (HEB2). Description: Provide students with the skills necessary to perform as a helibase manager through facilitated discussions and group exercises. The final exercise is designed to give the student a realistic helibase manager experience which prompts the student to communicate, resolve issues and make decisions in support of an incident.
Meets course prerequisites: Qualified Helicopter Manager HMGB. Agrees to complete pre-course work if needed.
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L481 Advanced Leadership for Command and General Staff 2/25/19 - 3/1/19 Boise, ID Tuition $1000
Target Group: Incident personnel, qualified in any command or general staff position at the Type 2 or 3 level and Type 2 command and general staff trainees. Objectives: The intent of this training is to produce command and general staff members who can fulfill the responsibilities of an effective staff officer or section chief within an IMT, contribute effectively to an IMT’s decision making process, and perform as an effective organizational leader in their own functional area and as a member of the IMT.
Meets course prerequisites: Completed L480 OR L380 OR L381 OR L180 plus 40 hours in any supervision or leadership training. Agrees to complete pre-course work.
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S378 Aerial Supervision 3/4/19 - 3/15/19 Mesa, AZ No tuition costs
Target Group:Personnel desiring to be qualified as an aerial supervisor in any of the following positions: air tactical group supervisor (ATGS), helicopter coordinator (HLCO), lead plane, air tanker coordinator (ATCO), aerial supervision module (ASM) crewmember.
Meets course prerequisites: Students must meet the position prerequisites for thier respective Target Group positions above. Satisfactory completion of pre-selection assessment. Agrees to complete pre-course work.
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M581 Fire Program Management 3/4/19 - 3/8/19 Boise, ID No Tuition for BLM
Target Group: Current or future Fire Program Managers who have direct responsibility to plan, organize, budget, manage and evaluate Fire Management Programs (e.g. fire operations supervisor, battalion chief, assistant fire management officer, IHC superintendent, helicopter crew supervisor, unit aviation manager, lead dispatcher, dispatch center manager, fuels specialist). This course is intended for students that have managed portions of a fire program, and are prepared to make the transition to overall fire program management. Description: Aid in the application of fire management principles in sound decision making, business management, human resource management, administrative functions, use of state-of-the-art tools and methods in fire management programs, and recognition of the necessity for personal accountability required in fire program management.
Meets course prerequisites: Students must meet the position prerequisites for their respective Target Group positions above. Completion of ICS100 & IS700. Agrees to complete pre-course work.
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M410 Facilitative Instructor 3/4/19 - 3/8/19 Boise, ID No Tuition for BLM
Target Group: Personnel who will be instructing NWCG courses. Description: Help students become effective facilitative instructors. The purpose of this course is to improve training delivery and quality by presenting instructional methods with an emphasis on student-oriented adult training techniques.
Course prerequisite: Agrees to complete pre-course work
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L380 Fireline Leadership 3/11/19 - 3/15/19 Boise, ID Tuition $400
Target Group: Personnel desiring to be qualified as Strike Team/Task Force Leader or Unit Leader. Objective: The intent of this training is provide tools to build and maintain effective and cohesive crews/teams. The training should be designed to provide at least 50% time as exercises and simulations.
Meets course prerequisites: Incident personnel with supervisory responsibilites and has completed L180
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S390 Introduction to Wildland Fire Behavior Calculations 3/11/19 - 3/15/19 Boise, ID No Tuition for BLM
Target Group: Personnel desiring to become qualified as DIVS, RXB2, or ICT3. Objectives: List the assumptions, limitations, and appropriate uses of fire behavior prediction models. Describe how environmental factors and processes affect fire behavior predictions and safety. Define and interpret fire behavior prediction model inputs. Calculate fire behavior outputs using available fire behavior processors. Interpret, communicate, apply, and document wildland fire behavior and weather information.
Meets course prerequisites: Completion of S290. Qualified as a single resource boss. Agrees to complete pre-selection assessment and pre-course work.
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L381 Incident Leadership 3/18/19 - 3/22/19 Boise, ID Tuition $700
Target Group: Personnel desiring to be qualified as DIVS or ICT3 Description: The intent of this leadership development training is to provide future leaders of divisions, groups, and type 3 incidents with the leadership tools to effectively exert command and control over a quickly assembled team in a time constrained and rapidly changing incident environment. 50% of the course will be delivered as exercises or simulations.
Meets course prerequisites: Qualified as any Strike Team Leader, TFLD, ICT4. Any Support Leader. or Supervisory Dispatcher. Completed L180. Agrees to complete pre-course work.
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L381 Incident Leadership 3/25/19 - 3/29/19 Boise, ID Tuition $700
Target Group: Personnel desiring to be qualified as DIVS or ICT3 Description: The intent of this leadership development training is to provide future leaders of divisions, groups, and type 3 incidents with the leadership tools to effectively exert command and control over a quickly assembled team in a time constrained and rapidly changing incident environment. 50% of the course will be delivered as exercises or simulations.
Meets course prerequisites: Qualified as any Strike Team Leader, TFLD, ICT4. Any Support Leader. or Supervisory Dispatcher. Completed L180. Agrees to complete pre-course work.
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S330 Task Force/Strike Team Leader 4/1/19 - 4/3/19 Boise, ID No Tuition for BLM
Target Group: Personnel desiring to be qualified as a TFLD or any strike team leader. Objectives: Demonstrate the ability to apply the Risk Management Process found in the Incident Response Pocket Guide (IRPG) to various incidents. Identify and describe the responsibilities of a Task Force/Strike Team Leader (TFLD/STL). Demonstrate the ability to apply appropriate tactics with assigned resources organized into strike teams or task forces.
Meets course prerequisites: Qualified as a single resource boss. Agrees to complete course pre-work.
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S300 Extended Attack Incident Commander 4/8/19 - 4/10/19 Boise, ID No Tuition
Target Group: Personnel desiring to be qualified as ICT3. Description: The focus is on the lessons of leadership and command as they relate to the ICT3 position. It is presented in participative lecture format with multiple tactical decision games for students to practice new knowledge. The seven instructional units cover Foundation Skills, Situational Awareness, Command and Control, Managing the Incident, Transitional Activities, Post-Fire Activities and a Final Simulation. There is also an optional Staff Ride Activity.
Meets course prerequisites: Qualified as ICT4 and TFLD or Qualified ICT4 and any two single resource boss positions (one must be ENGB or CRWB). Agrees to complete pre-course work.
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S339 Division/Group Supervisor 4/10/19 - 4/12/19 Boise, ID No Tuition for BLM
Target Group: Personnel desiring to be qualified as a DIVS. Description: Prepares students to perform in the role of division/group supervisor. It provides instruction in support of the specific tasks of the division/group supervisor, but will not instruct the student in general management/supervision or in the incident command system (ICS), both of which the student should learn through prerequisite work. Topics include division/group management, organizational interaction, division operations, all-hazard operations, and tactical decision games (optional). There is a final examination in this course.
Meets prerequisites: Qualified as TFLD OR Qualified as ICT3 OR Qualified as an ICT4 and any two strike team leader positions (one must be STCR or STEN). Agrees to complete course pre-work.
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RT372 Helicopter Manager 4/9/19 - 4/11/19 Boise, ID No Tuition for BLM
This refresher course is intended to update participants on essential helicopter management skills and provide the latest information on helicopter operations. Core elements of the refresher course should cover updates to aviation policy, risk management, and performance planning, along with a pertinent accident review. The desired outcome of this course is to update current helicopter managers on new information while reinforcing existing skills and knowledge.
Meets prerequisites: Qualified or trainee helicopter manager
RT273 Single Engine Air Tanker Manager Workshop 4/9/19 - 4/10/19 Boise, ID No Tuition for BLM
The single engine air tanker manager (SEMG) workshop is designed to provide the attendee with current policy revisions, technical updates, changes in reference materials and operational procedures, and an overall review of safety and security issues associated with the single engine air tanker program.
Meets prerequisites: Qualified or trainee as a Single Engine Air Tanker Manager (SEMG).
N9057 Airtanker Base Manager Workshop 4/9/19 - 4/10/19 Boise, ID No Tuition for BLM
The Airtanker Base Manager (ATBM) workshop is designed to provide the attendee with current policy revisions, technical updates, changes in reference materials and operational procedures as well as an overall review of safety and security issues associated with the airtanker program.
Meets prerequisites: Qualified or trainee as an Airtanker Base Manager (ATBM)
RT378 ATGS Workshop 4/10/19 - 4/11/19 Boise, ID No Tuition for BLM
ATGS refresher is designed to provide the participants with the following: Current and relevant ATGS/Aerial Supervision program information pertaining to:Risk managementFire and aviation weatherAviation incidents/accidents from the preceding seasonContract and aircraft fleet updatesIssues and concerns from national and/or regional user groups (fire management, dispatch, hotshots, incident commanders, etc.)Crew Resource Management (CRM)An opportunity to practice ATGS skills such as:Radio programmingMap reading and navigationCrew Resource ManagementMission proceduresFire Traffic Area (FTA) managementIn addition to the above course content, All ATGS will demonstrate proficiency by completing a moderate complexity mission or flight/STEX exercise as defined/outlined in the 2013 edition of the Interagency Aerial Supervision Guide (IASG), Appendix C. Performance will be documented on a Mission Evaluation, reviewed with the participant, and forwarded to the Geographic Area Coordination Center (GACC) ATGS Cadre Member. Failure to pass the exercise will require the decertification process to be implemented.
Meets prerequisites: Qualified and trainee as an Air Tactical Group Supervisors.
S404 Safety Officer 4/15/19 - 4/19/19 Boise, ID No Tuition for BLM
Target Group: Personnel desiring to be qualified as a SOFR or SOF2. Objectives: Arrive at the incident, properly equipped, and gather information to assess the assignment and begin initial planning activities of a Safety Officer. Identify, prioritize, and mitigate hazards and risks on the incident. Plan, staff, and manage the incident safety action plan to meet the needs of the incident. Coordinate and plan with the command and general staff to assist in safely accomplishing the overall incident objectives. Ensure that the preparation of special reports for the final incident package and incident closeout with agency administrator is completed.
Meets course prerequisites: Qualified DIVS. Agrees to complete pre-course work.
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N9062 eISuite - All Modules 4/16/19 - 4/18/19 Boise, ID No Tuition for BLM
Target Group: Personnel desiring to work as Status Check-In, Demob, PTRC. COST, Training Specialist & Planning.
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S372 Helicopter Management 4/22/19 - 4/26/19 Boise, ID No Tuition for BLM
Target Group: Personnel desiring to be qualified as helicopter manager (HMGB). Description: Prepares students to perform the job of helicopter manager. Unit lectures supported by PowerPoint slides and graphics are designed to facilitate class discussion and group exercises. The final exercise gives students a realistic helicopter manager experience; in addition to answering test questions, the student completes necessary forms required by the position.
Meets course prerequisites: Qualified as HECM
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D310 Expanded Dispatch Support Dispatcher 4/29/18 - 5/3/19 Boise, ID No Tuition costs for BLM
Target Group: Personnel desiring to be qualified as expanded dispatch support dispatcher (EDSD). Through hands on exercises that utilize the Resource Ordering and Status System (ROSS) the student will organize, plan and implement a dispatch area to meet the needs of the incident(s); follow established policies and procedures using resource orders and supplemental forms, to mobilize, reassign, and demobilize resources; and demonstrate the ability to respond to changing priorities and situations.
Meets course prerequisites: Qualified as an expanded dispatch recorder (EDRC). Agress to complete pre-course work.
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Incident Procurement Workshop 3/11/19 - 3/15/19 Boise, ID No Tuition costs for BLM
This is an interagency classroom workshop consisting of lectures and group exercises that will identify and describe the processes and procedures performed by procurement personnel involved in the acquisition of supplies and services to support emergency incidents. Target Group: This course is designed for acquisition personnel (Contract Specialists, Purchasing Agents and Micropurchasers) who support emergency incidents on their local unit or for those who desire to become a Procurement Unit Leader or Buying Team member.
Meets course prerequisites: IS/ICS100. S260. IS700.
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