Training and Education

Training and Education

by Community Manager
CHLOETA is recognized as an industry leader in the following areas of standardized and customized training solutions. Providing fire training courses instructed by CFI personnel are compliant with federal standards established by the National Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG), and are presented by National Wildfire Suppression Association (NWSA) certified instructors.

Chloeta Education

Our Cadre of professional and passionate adult educators can guide and mentor an individual student. Whether a standardized classroom training course or a customized curriculum development solution is needed for your situation our professional consultants can help. CHLOETA also provides Training Needs Assessments (TNA) for your organization or agency. Our consultants are adept at curriculum development and course delivery. Courses can be presented at the CHLOETA facilities or on-site at your location.

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ICS, NIMS & AHIMT

The real world large and complex incident management experience of our professional trainers and coaches is unmatched.

Health & Safety

CHLOETA offers many Environmental, Health & Safety training solutions including CPR, AED, First Aid and HAZWOPER.

Wildland Fire

CHLOETA is the leader in wildland firefighting and prescribed burning training for fire departments and land management agencies.

Environmental Consulting Provided By Chloeta Fire

Training Courses

  • D-110 Expanded Dispatch Recorder (16 hrs)
  • G-130 Wildland Training (FFT2) for Structural Firefighters (24 hrs)
  • G-131 Wildland Training (FFT1) for Structural Firefighters (9 hrs)
  • L-180 Human Factors in the Wildland Fire Service (4 hrs)
  • L-280 Followership to Leadership (16 hrs)
  • RT-130 Annual Fireline Safety Refresher Training (8 hrs)
  • S-110 Basic Wildland Fire Orientation (Self Paced)
  • S-130 Firefighter Training (30-36 hrs)
  • S-131 Firefighter Type 1 (8 hrs)
  • S-133 Look Up, Look Down, Look Around (4 hrs)
  • S-134 LCES (16 hrs)
  • S-190 Introduction to Wildland Fire Behavior (6-8 hrs)
  • S-211 Portable Pumps and Water Use (24 hrs)
  • S-212 Wildland Fire Chainsaws (24-36 hrs)
  • S-234 Ignition Operations (16 hrs)
  • S-270 Basic Air Operations (16 hrs)
  • ICS-100 (I-100, IS100, Q462) Introduction to ICS (2-4 hrs)
  • ICS-200 (I-200, IS200, Q463) Basic ICS: ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents (12-16 hrs)
  • ICS-300 (I-300, G300, H465) Intermediate ICS: ICS for Supervisors and Expanding Incidents (18-24 hrs)
  • ICS-400 (I-400, G400, H467) Advanced ICS: ICS for Command and General Staff and Complex Incident (20-22 hrs)
  • ICS-402 (I-402, G402) ICS Overview for Executives/Senior Officials (2 hrs)
  • IS-700 NIMS, An Introduction (3 hrs)
  • IS-800 National Response Framework, An Introduction (3 hours)
  • Advanced First Aid
  • Basic First Aid
  • Blood-borne Pathogens
  • Child and Babysitting Training
  • CPR Pro
  • CPR/AED
  • Emergency Medical Response
  • Emergency Oxygen Administration
  • Wilderness First Aid
  • Wilderness EMT Upgrade
  • Wilderness First Responder
  • All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) Safety Training (ATV Safety Institute Accredited)
  • Electrical Safety: How electricity works; electrical hazards; electrical safety
  • Exit Routes, Emergency Planning and Fire Protection: Exit requirements; planning ahead; fire protection
  • Fall Protection: Identifying hazards; fall prevention procedures; fall prevention and arrest systems
  • Forklift Operator Training
  • Hazard Communication: OSHA Hazard Communication Standard; Encounters with hazardous materials; worker protection
  • Hearing Protection: The nature of sound; hazardous noise; hearing protection use
  • Introduction to OSHA: OSHA standards; inspections; rights & responsibilities
  • Lockout/Tagout: Hazardous energy; devices and procedures; securing equipment
  • OSHA Record keeping: OSHA record-keeping rule; OSHA reporting process; record-keeping responsibilities
  • Portable Fire Extinguishers: Extinguisher basics and use; PASS; maintenance and testing
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Workplace hazards; using PPE; wear and care of PPE
  • Respiratory Protection: Respirator types and usage; user seal check; fit testing
  • Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) Training
  • Emergency Vehicle Operator Training
  • 4×4 Vehicle Driver Training
  • Forklift Operator Training

Recent examples of incidents that our personnel have participated in as members of an Incident Management Team (IMT) include:

  • FM-5116, 2015 Hidden Pines Wildfire, Texas
  • FM-5110, 2015 Teepee Springs Wildfire, Idaho
  • DR-4158, 2013 Rim Wildfire, California
  • DR-4086, 2012 Superstorm Sandy, New Jersey
  • FM-5000, 2012 Freedom Wildfire, Oklahoma
  • FM-2979, 2012 Little Bear Wildfire, New Mexico
  • DR-4134, 2013 Black Forest Wildfire, Colorado
  • FM-2980, 2012 High Park Wildfire, Colorado
  • DR-4067, 2012 Waldo Canyon Wildfire, Colorado
  • FM-2956, 2011 Ferguson Wildfire, Oklahoma
  • FM-2917, 2011 Wallow Wildfire, New Mexico
  • FM-2915, 2011 Wallow Wildfire, Arizona
  • FM-2932, 2011 Medicine Park Wildfire, Oklahoma
  • FM-2874, 2011 Osage County Wildfire Complex, Oklahoma
  • DR-1786, 2008 Hurricane Gustav, Louisiana
  • DR-1792, 2008 Hurricane Ike, Louisiana
  • EM-3171, 2003 Columbia Space Shuttle Disaster, Texas

CHLOETA’s All-Hazards solutions are designed for any client type but can be specifically tailored for any of the following:

  • Tribal Governments
  • Federal Agencies
  • County or Municipal Governments
  • Public Works or Utilities
  • Healthcare Industry
  • Private Sector

CHLOETA Cadre can provide capacity building for your organization to respond to emergency situations through a variety of proven methods and strategies:

  • IMT Formation
  • Training + Education
  • Exercise Design + Facilitation
  • Credentialing + Qualifications
  • Incident Deployment
  • Planned Events

CHLOETA is recognized as an industry leader in the following areas of standardized and customized training solutions:

  • Incident Command System (ICS)
  • National Incident Management System (NIMS)
  • All-Hazards Incident Management Team (AHIM