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Course: NFPA 1002 Apparatus Equipped with a Fire Pump (Chapter 5) (OFC)
Prerequisite: NFPA 1001 Firefighter I and a valid DZ license.
Date(s): May 3-4 & 18-19, 2019
Time: 08:30 to 16:00 hrs
Fee: $350.00 per student
Course Number: NFPA 1002 Pump Ops-19-9 L
The Apparatus Equipped with a Fire Pump course meets the knowledge and Job Performance
Requirements (JPRs) established by the NFPA 1002 Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver –
Operator Professional Qualifications Chapter 5, 2014 Edition. Upon successful completion of
this course each student will understand and be able to demonstrate the operation of a fire
department pumper from both a static and pressurized source of water.
Provincial testing through AS&E with the Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency
Management will be conducted at the conclusion of the course. Students that successfully
complete the testing will receive certification. Proof of a valid DZ Licence must be
presented to the instructor at the commencement of the class. Students that fail to
provide the proper documentation will not be eligible to attend the class.
Course materials are posted on the following website Ontario Fire College
Instructions for accessing the files:
Click the “Log in as a guest” button (below the main log in boxes)
Type preclass as your password
Under the NFPA 1002 Pump Ops folder click the NFPA 1002 Pump Ops folder to
access files for downloading.
For the required Skills Sheets return to the previous page and access the Skills
Students are responsible for completing all requirements as noted in the pre-class package
prior to arrival; this includes bringing any textbooks, equipment, materials, or clothing
indicated for the course. Students that arrive unprepared or do not bring the required items
will not be eligible to attend.
Registration: submission of a completed application to email@example.com
no later than March 28, 2019.