Red Helmet Training ® 10601 Church Street #107, Rancho Cucamonga, CA
EMS / CPR
Black Helmet Wildland Fire Training
Yellow Helmet Firefighter Prep.
Disaster Prep. Training
Tech. Rescue Training
Table Top Simulator Packages
Red Helmet Training can provide courses ranging from just a few hours to multiple days. We can tailor the class to meet your needs and price.
Below is a list of basic training packages available.
WILD - Wildland Incident Leadership and Direction
This program first looks at the SLAB (Safety Profile, Life Profile, Air Track and Building) and utilizes the information to come up with the Strategy. More importantly whether the fire is offensive or defensive based on this situational awareness.
The program then looks at how to develop tasks and tactics for this strategy using the division of labor. The tactics are assigned based on SAVERS.
•Search / Rescue •Attack •Ventilation •Extension / Exposures •Rapid Intervention Crew (RIC) •Salvage
This interactive course utilizes digital simulation and dash cam videos to enhance the rapid decision making process during the SLAB portion and then moves into using the table top simulators to utilize the SAVERS tactics.
MCI - Managing Chaotic Incidents
This program utilizes case studies from MCI's to prepare the student to organize and manage these complex incidents. The class then utilizes our table top simulators with multiple MCI scenarios for practice. Our program utilizes multiple resources and products from DMS including traiage ribbon systems, EMT3 management systems, MCI vests, clipboards with position functions checklists and command worksheets.
Santa Ana College Fire Officer Program
Fire Command 1A Course
Disaster Management Systems Inc. has partnered up with Red Helmet Training. Red Helmet Training is the new Authorized Training Company in California as well as a distributor of DMS Products. Online ordering available soon.
Order DMS products through us and receive a discount and a training package at a reduced cost. Contact Us.
The WILD program focuses on tactics, strategy and hazards using a program designed by our instructors then puts this knowledge to the test with the wildland table.
The Wildland Table actually burns! It is designed to give the students a better understanding of the types of attack used on wildland fires and operating with the incident command system. It focuses on water conservation, direct vs. indirect attack, utilizing specialized resources and using advanced tactics in structure protection and firing techniques.