ARFF Training

Aircraft Courses For ARFF Departments

40 HR Basic Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting

Date: May 9 – 13, 2022
Date: August 29 – September 2, 2022
FAR 139.319 FAA Approved

This in-depth course covers the eleven required subjects under Part 139. The curriculum includes classroom instruction as well as hands-on practical training utilizing firefighting/rescue equipment and procedures. Participants will experience simulated rescues in a smoke-filled environment, operate rescue tools for extraction, and will participate in live burns. The live burns scenarios exceed the F.A.A.’s minimum requirements under Part 139 and provides students valuable experience with different types of scenarios including application techniques, utilization of SCBA, and attack scenarios. All training fires are simulated using liquid fuel providing realistic as possible training. Burns include interior galley, cockpit, overhead compartment, APU, wheel, engine, three-dimensional engine, and spill fires.

Annual FAA Required Burns Only

Burn Dates: May 13, May 18, May 20, June 8, June 10, June 16, August 24, September 2, September 7, and September 8, 2022
Unless otherwise indicated, burns start at 8:00 am

This class includes safety briefing, and live burns in accordance with the 139 requirements. Students will use an ARFF truck to control a spill and engine fire using an aircraft fire simulator.

Annual FAA Required Burns Plus Package

Date: June 9 – 10, 2022
Date: September 1 – 2, 2022
FAR 139.319 FAA Approved

This two-day course will provide training on turret and hand-line operations on various fire evolutions. Fire evolutions may include interior galley, cockpit, overhead compartment, APU, wheel, engine, three-dimensional engine, and spill fires. All training fires are simulated using liquid fuel providing realistic as possible training. Day one will begin at 1 pm with an hour of instruction and review followed by hand-line fire scenarios. Day two begins at 8 am and participants will receive one hour of instruction and review followed by truck burns to reinforce their skills to quickly control an aircraft fuel spill fire by effectively maneuvering an ARFF vehicle while using a roof and/or bumper mounted turret.

Wyoming Regional ARFF Training Facility
Casper/Natrona County International Airport
8500 Airport Parkway
Casper, Wyoming 82604
307-472-6688 ext. 81 (phone)
307-235-8824 (fax)
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