Training is about learning new skills and certifying the ability to perform them to a given standard. Section 1 begins with a one-year outline for training officers Section 2 follows with a table for each outline given in the book, indicating weather the drill is inside or outside the preparation time needed for it. Section 3 consists of general guidelines for the training officer on how to conduct drills in a safe but effective manner. Section 4 contains the outlines of the various drills and should be conducted. They can be customized and altered, but the basic concept will provide you with a solid place to start. The safety of the member is paramount. Follow all safety precautions and conduct the drills in accordance with standards and company policies. Contents: Planning your drill program Table of drills Guidelines for the training officer: Drill Safety officer's checklist Drill outlines: Driver proficiency Ropes and knots Roof operations Ground ladders Rescue by ladder Preplans Physical fitness I Physical fitness II SCBA I SCBA II Explosive devices Arson investigation CPR/AED Forecible entry Hose handling I Pipeline emergencies Electric utility emergencies Hose testing Vehicle extrication Foam hoselines Elevated stream operations Engine company evolutions Residential fires SOP - combined evolutions Advanceing hoselines by ladder Drowning response Swimming accidents Area familiarization Apperatus and equipment Ventilation High-rise response Multiple-casualty incidents Haz-mat operations with multiple casualties Railroad emergencies Military aircraft emergencies Hose handling II Forcible entry - through-the-lock methods Medevac helicopter operations Burns Fractures Soft tissue and penetrating wounds Cold weather emergencies Hot weather emergrncies.