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NOTE: You must have a FEMA Student Identification Number (SID#) to take most of these online courses.
Go to https://cdp.dhs.gov/femasid/ to register for your FEMA SID#.
You will also need to register separately for NFA Online access to take most of these online courses.Go to https://nfa.plateau.com/learning/user/login.do to obtain your User ID and password.
Virtual RT-130 Annual Fireline Safety Refresher and Pack Test Information 2022
Due to Covid-19 we are having a virtual/self-study RT-130 Fireline Refresher for the 2022 season. Please download both PDF's below and use the "Questions for 2022 Self-Study RT-130 Annual Fireline Safety Refresher" pdf as a guide to watching the self study videos and answering of the questions. The "2022 Refresher Outline" will be used to record your time and proof that you took the entire course, when finished please scan and
email to Ryan Schlater for final sign off.
You can also mail to the following address:
Ryan Schlater - Fire Specialist
Iowa DNR Fire Program Headquarters
2404 S Duff Ave
Ames, Iowa 50010
Pack Tests for 2022 Season, NEW as of 12/29/2021
Everyone who is planning on going out on wildfires in 2022 will need to pack test prior to getting a red card. We now know that EVERYONE will need to take the pack test if they are going to actively go out on wildfires outside the state of Iowa in 2022.
Due to Covid-19, we will not have packs for participants to use, you will need to provide your own pack or vest to use during the pack test. We will have scales at the pack test locations to weight prior to the test. We anticipate doing the shelter deployment exercises at the pack tests as well, bring a face mask for that portion of the day. Please arrive 15 minutes early to the pack test to do both the shelter deployment exercise and the paperwork for the pack test. Pack test sites will be posted on the training link and some are within the PDF's below.
For other wildland fire training opportunities: https://wildlandfirelearningportal.net/