**UNLESS PREVIOUSLY AGREED (AFTERNOON or NIGHT BURNS), ALL COURSES WILL START AT 09:00**

Part 139 Annual Live Fire Training (Handline Only)

Up to six (6) hours of Live Fire training satisfying the requirements for FAA Part 139 utilizing the Large Area Spill Trainer and SAFT. Students will receive training on current ARFF topics and live fire exercises. The course includes extinguishing live fire in the Large Area Spill Trainer utilizing handline operations. The course also includes handline training in the Specialized Aircraft Fire Trainer (SAFT) with live fire scenarios extinguishing wheels and brakes, engines, cabin, cockpit, electrical hazard and cargo. The training is scenario based and the times can be adjusted to meet your departments training needs. Per FAA AC 150-5210-17C, Section 1.4.1.1, the decision to train on handlines should be based on if the trainee is normally assigned a handline. All training will meet FAA part 139 requirements for your re-certification for Index A-E.

Price includes: Instruction, live fire burns, 139.319 live burn certification and TAC Sheet, lunch, and beverages (water, sports drink) during training

$835 per person

$875 per person (starting July 1, 2022)

Structural or Proximity gear and SCBA are required for this course. Rentals are available.

Part 139 Annual Live Fire Training (Handline and Turret Use)

Up to six (6) hours of live fire training satisfying the requirements for FAA Part 139. Students will receive training on current ARFF topics and live fire exercises. The course includes extinguishing live fire in the Large Area Spill Trainer utilizing both handlines and ARFF vehicle turret operations. The course also includes handline training in the Specialized Aircraft Fire Trainer (SAFT) with live fire scenarios extinguishing wheels and brakes, engines, cabin, cockpit, electrical hazard and cargo. The training is scenario based and the times can be adjusted to meet your departments training needs. Per FAA AC 150-5210-17C, Section 1.4.1.1, the decision to train on a turret should be based on if the trainee is a driver or operator who would normally operate the turrets. All training will meet FAA part 139 requirements for your re-certification for Index A-E.

Price includes: Instruction, live fire burns, 139.319 live burn certification and TAC Sheet, lunch, and beverages (water, sports drink) during training

$940 per person

$985 per person (starting July 1, 2022)

Structural or Proximity gear and SCBA are required for this course. Rentals are available.

Canadian "CAR's" Annual Live Fire Training

 Eight (8) hours of Live Fire training to meet all I.A.W. CAR's 324.14 (A-F) requirements.

$940 per person PLUS Dry Chemical extinguisher reservising charge of $500.00. Dry Chemical extinguisher can train up to 4 people per charge.

$985 per person (starting July 1, 2022) PLUS Dry Chemical reservicing charge of $500.00. Dry Chemical extinguisher can train up to 4 people per charge.

Structural or Proximity gear and SCBA are required for this course. Rentals are available.

40 Hour ARFF Basic Certification Course

This class is designed for those persons interested in participating in airport fire operations. Goals of the class are to prepare students to safely and competently work in the airport environment. This class will meet or exceed the required topics outlined in Federal Aviation Administration Part 139.319 (j)(2) and the State of California Fire Training Fire Control 5. The class will be a five-day interactive lecture with hands on familiarization to: aircraft, airport familiarization, communications, fire tactics and strategy, use of foam and application of chemical agents, safety and safety gear, specialized vehicles, jet engine fires, interior fire operations, cargo fire operations, rescue, use of structural apparatus for aircraft accidents, forcible entry to aircraft, and incident command. * SBRETC staff will have the right to change the time of day the hands-on drills will be performed including rescue and live fire to night or early morning drills due to weather conditions.

Price includes: Instruction, live fire burns, textbook, workbook, handouts, CA Fire Control 5 certificate, lunches, and beverages (water, sports drink) during training.

$1,100 for Handline Only Burn

$1,350 for Handline and Turret Burn

$1,150 for Handline Only Burn (starting July 1, 2022)

$1,420 for Handline and Turret Burn (starting July 1, 2022)

 Structural or Proximity gear and SCBA are required for this course. Rentals are available.

Hybrid 40 Hour ARFF Basic Certification Course

Do you have a large number of employees that need ARFF Certification? The Hybrid 40 Hour ARFF Basic Certificate Course offers the same education as our traditional 40 Hour ARFF Basic, but with our Hybrid 40 Hour Course SBRETC would send one Senior Instructor to your facility for two days to teach the classroom portion of the course, then your personnel would travel to SBRETC for three days to finish up the hands on and live fire training with our props at a later date. This option could potentially save your agency money due to its ability to save on overall hotels needed, total meals purchased and overtime costs. The hosting agency would be responsible for round trip travel costs, 3 nights at a local hotel and a total of 8 meals ($160.00) for our Senior Instructor. Certificates of completion would be issued after students finished hands on training at SBRETC.

$1,100 for Handline Only Burn

$1,350 for Handline and Turret Burn

$1,150 for Handline Only Burn (starting July 1, 2022)

$1,420 for Handline and Turret Burn (starting July 1, 2022)

Structural or Proximity gear and SCBA are required for the 3 days at SBRETC. Rentals are available.

EVOC Course

This three-day emergency vehicle operator’s course for aircraft rescue and firefighting (ARFF) drivers includes interactive lecture, intimate truck familiarization, driving, and live fire truck operations. Participants will engage in intensive academic and practical training in all aspects of ARFF emergency driving and apparatus operations. The operator will receive scenario-based training and instruction in off-road operations, high speed maneuvering, safe handling, snozzle penetration work and fire ground mass application.

Pre-requisites: 1). FAA Approved Basic/Initial ARFF Training Program (In-house program acceptable verified by a copy of a course certificate or letter from a fire department or airport operator).

2). Must be employed full-time Firefighter II at an airport, driver or relief driver with a California Class B (Firefighter) Commercial Driver’s License or equivalent.

Upon successful completion of the program participants will have met and exceeded the job performance requirements for firefighters who drive and operate fire apparatus, in both emergency and nonemergency situations as indicated in NFPA 1002, and a certificate of completion will be awarded.

$1575 per person. The class size is limited to 10 persons. Price includes: instruction, live fire burns, workbook, handouts, lunches, beverages (water, sports drink) during training. The annual Part 139 recertification for the driver operator is included. Structural or Proximity gear and SCBA is required for this course. Rentals are available.

$1,650 per person (starting July 1, 2022)

2 Hour ARFF Forcible Entry Course

The 2 Hour ARFF Forcible Entry Course reviews aircraft construction and forcible entry techniques in the classroom, then gives students the rare opportunity to cut on sections of Narrow and Wide body aircrafts using the tools they would normally find on their ARFF Apparatus, Structural Engine or Truck (both hand and power tools). This course can be added to your Part 139 Annual Burn training day and will be completed after your Annual Burn requirements are met.  The ARFF Forcible Entry Course is included with attendance to the 40 Hour ARFF Basic Course.

$125 per person (Minimum of 3 people per class). Please let SBRETC know you are requesting this course when booking your Annual Burn.

2 Hour ARFF Search and Rescue Course

Searching the interior of an aircraft is very different than searching a building for incapacitated victims. When seconds count, it is crucial for ARFF personnel to be able to quickly, effectively and safely search the interior of an aircraft and get any victims out of the hazard area. Our 2 Hour ARFF Search and Rescue Course exposes our students to the proper techniques to search both Narrow and Wide Body Aircrafts, and shows them how to properly rescue victims out of exits and wings utilizing ladders and other tools. Once they have been exposed to the techniques, the students will form two or three person Interior Search Teams and search our Narrow Body Aircraft for our manikins while having real life conditions such as smoke and weighted down luggage as obstacles. This course can be added to your Part 139 Annual Burn training day and will be completed after your Annual Burn requirements are met. The ARFF Search and Rescue Course is included with attendance to the 40 Hour ARFF Basic Course.

$125 per person (Minimum of 3 people per class). Please let SBRETC know you are requesting this course when booking your Annual Burn.

 

2 Hour HRET Course

During our 2 Hour HRET Course, our students will first review a Powerpoint showing proper techniques and locations for piercing Passenger and Cargo Aircraft, then they will move to the hands on portion utilizing our apparatus to first pierce our PAST Trainer. After they are comfortable at the PAST trainer, they will move on to our actual Narrow Body Aircraft to pierce. This course can be added to your Part 139 Annual Burn training day and will be completed after your Annual burn requirements are met, or can added to the 40 Hour ARFF Basic Course and will be completed at the end of the 5'th training day.  

$125 per person (Minimum of 3 people per class). Please let SBRETC know you are requesting this course when booking your Annual Burn or 40 Hour ARFF Basic Course.

Customized Training Day

Do you have an extra day available to train? We can customize a training day geared towards your needs and expectations.

Price varies depending on request, time commitments and SBRETC manpower needs. Please contact us if you are interested in learning more about this opportunity.

Training Site Rental

Are you lacking aircraft at your Airport to train on Incident Command and Rescue scenarios? You can bring your Department's Instructors and rent our Narrow Body Aircraft, Narrow Body Aircaft Stabilization Prop and Helicopter props to suit your needs. Price includes use of our fog machines, manikins and one SBRETC Instructor acting as a Safety Officer and to help facilitate your needs while you are at our facility. Class size is limited to 20 of your personnel per rental.  

$630 for a 4 Hour rental

$1,050 for a 8 Hour rental

$660 for a 4 Hour rental (starting July 1, 2022)

$1,100 for a 8 Hour rental (starting July 1,2022)

Video Production

Need a location to produce a video related to Aircraft? SBRETC has a fully furnished center isle, Narrow Body Aircraft available as well as several helicopter props that may suit your needs.

Price varies depending on request, time commitments and SBRETC manpower needs. Please contact us if you are interested in learning more about this opportunity.

Structural PPE Rental

If you do not feel like traveling with your departmental PPE's, SBRETC has Structural Firefighting PPEs you can rent. All PPEs meet current NFPA requirements and are properly cleaned and inspected for damage after every use. We carry Jacket sizes 40-56 inches, Pant sizes 30-54 inches, Boot sizes 7-15, Glove sizes S-XXL, and our Hoods are one size fits all. Rental price is a one time fee, whether you use them for one day or for a five day course.

$50.00 per person

SCBA Rental

If you do not feel like traveling with your departmental SCBA, SBRETC has Drager 4500 psi SCBAs you can rent. All SCBA's are professionally maintained by certified technicians annually and all masks are properly cleaned after every use. Rental price is a one time fee, whether you use them for one day or for a five day course.

$50.00 per person