Conduct Fire Team Operations

Course code: RIIERR201E, PMAWHS211

• RIIERR201E Conduct fire team operations
• PMAWHS211 Prepare equipment for emergency response

Our nationally accredited Conduct Fire Team Operations training courses are designed for persons who may be required to operate as part of a team to combat various types of fires on-site. This training introduces personnel to the basic principles of structure firefighting, LPG Emergencies, Chemical Fires, Vehicle Fires and offensive/defensive firefighting techniques.

Participants will develop skills to select the correct firefighting equipment based on the type of fire encountered. This training covers how to act as part of a fire team in accordance with firefighting procedures.

This includes obtaining water, pumping water and attacking a fire. This course will provide further information for the sizeup of fires, usage of offensive/defensive attacks etc.

FSA Entry Requirements:

  • USI
  • Fitness to Participate
  • Fire Rated PPE, appropriate footwear and clothing eg. Long pants and long sleeves
  • PUAFIR207B Operate breathing apparatus open circuit
  • Participants must be clean shaven, no facial hair that may affect facial seal as per Australian Standards
  • Sufficient language literacy and numeracy skills to complete the course

Evidence of each participant holding the above competencies must be provided prior to entry into the course.

Group Size:



2 days


Onsite (access to live fire ground required)


Corporate courses only

Course Topics:

  • Basic Fire Science
  • Responding to Fires & Emergencies
  • LPG Emergencies
  • Chemical Fires
  • Structural Firefighting Safety
  • Vehicle Firefighting Safety
  • Firefighting Tactics & Techniques
  • Grassfire/ Bushfire attack strategies

Practical Sessions:

  • Three person gas attack, boundary exposure cooling, structural firefighting and search and rescue operations
  • Principles of SIZE-UP and RECEO when responding to fires
  • Introduction to Emergency Team Leader Duties

More Information

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Before enrolling into this training course, please download and read the Course Participant Handbook.

  • Parking is available on site
  • Tea & coffee is provided
  • What to wear: Closed toe shoes and clothing that may get dirty
  • What to bring: Pen and paper

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Course Pricing: View our Public Course price list.

Payment Methods: All credit cards, direct deposit, cheque or cash are accepted.

Cancellation Policy:  Public Courses - With 5 business days cancellation notice a total refund is given. If less than 5 business days notice a 50% refund is made. When less than 24 hours notice is given, no refund is available.

Can we combine courses into a course package? Yes companies can combine other FSA courses with the Chief Fire Warden training to save money.

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