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Course Code / Title / Description Hours
A-100 Basic Aviation Safety
The purpose of this course is to provide the aviation user with a foundation of knowledge, skills and abilities to safely utilize aircraft to accomplish agency missions. Topics include Mission Preparation and Planning, Pilot and Aircraft, Briefings, Operational Safety, Post Flight Duties, and Unmanned Aviation Systems (UAS).
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A-103 FAA NOTAM System
The class will focus on (1) explaining the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) System and mission-appropriate NOTAMs, (2) the difference between the nine temporary flight restrictions (TFR), and (3) the criteria and factors that impact a TFR.
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A-104 Overview of Aircraft Capabilities and Limitations
This course provides a fundamental understanding of aircraft performance, capabilities and limitations. Emphasis is placed on selecting the "right tool for the job".
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A-107 Aviation Policy and Regulations I
A basic overview of agency aviation policy and standards and where to find them. Covers agency and interagency manuals, handbooks, and guides as well as a brief summary of the Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs).
1
A-109 Aviation Radio Use
Provides a basic understanding on the operation of aircraft radios including: VHF-AM, multi-channel and agency required radios. Covers communication requirements, radio tones and their use, and communication systems within aircraft. Also includes the use of Air Guard, frequency management, and radio discipline.
2
A-110 Aviation Transportation of Hazardous Materials
This training complies with U.S. Department of Transportation Regulations 49 CFR 171.2 General Requirements, whereby agency employees who transport hazardous materials by air must receive training on the requirements and conditions under the terms of the DOT Special Permit 9198. Topics include handling procedures, policy requirements, mishap notification, packaging, identifying hazardous materials, and safety requirements.
2
A-112 Mission Planning and Flight Request Process
Covers the basic duties and responsibilities required when ordering and coordinating flights. Topics include how to plan for a flight, information required to order a flight, flight manager responsibilities, flight following requirements, pilot flight and duty limitations, and pilot and aircraft approval.
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A-115 Automated Flight Following
This course is an overview of the AFF system. Emphasis is on using the web-based application and the procedures utilized by dispatchers and aircrews.
2
A-116 General Awareness Security Training
This course is designed to provide students with an introduction to DOI and USFS departmental aviation security requirements.
0.5
A-200 Mishap Review
This course provides an annual overview of the National Transportation Safety Board releasable information from the DOI and USFS aviation mishaps and lessons learned.
2
A-202 Interagency Aviation Organizations
This course is designed to provide participants knowledge of the aviation management organizations within the Department of the Interior and the USDA Forest Service.
2
A-203 Basic Airspace
Covers the basics about the National Airspace System covering Class A-G airspace, Special Use Airspace, Military Training Routes, Cruise Missile Routes, Slow Routes, and LATNs. Instruction will include how to read and plot on an aeronautical sectional and a Department of Defense AP1/B flight information publication book and charts. Class focuses on mapping skills including how to plot a latitude and longitude and convert it to a bearing and distance. Exercises involve map reading and risk management analysis of airspace.
3
A-204 Aircraft Capabilities and Limitations
Covers the identification and basic capabilities of helicopters and airplanes to include aircraft commonly utilized by course participants. Course identifies aircraft performance, capabilities and limitations. Covers the four forces and the principles that effect flight. Stresses the fundamentals of aircraft performance planning to include weight, balance, and density altitude.
2
A-205 Risk Management I
This course provides a basic introduction to Risk Management, Safety management Systems (SMS), and Operational Risk Management (ORM) and the ability to apply these principles in Bureau/Agency aviation environment.
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A-207 Aircraft Flight Scheduling
This course provides a basic understanding of policies and procedures so the student can successfully participate in the planning, scheduling, tracking, and completion of an aircraft flight plan.
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A-208 Aircraft and Pilot Approval
To provide a clear understanding of the Department of the Interior's Office of Aviation Services (DOI-OAS) and the USDA US Forest Service (USFS) inspection of aircraft, pilots and support equipment. To include preflight inspections, maintenance, contract and agency policy regarding aircraft equipment and condition requirements as well as operating handbooks and agency carding requirements. Also, the role of the user and how they can support the quality assurance of our carding process.
2
A-209 Helicopter Operations
Technical training on how to work with helicopters in a natural resource environment. Includes information on operational planning, load calculations, takeoff and landing areas, personnel and cargo transportation, fueling, and specialized missions.
8
A-218 Aircraft Pre-Use Inspection
This course shows how to perform a pre-use inspection on a helicopter and a fixed-wing aircraft.
0.5
A-219 Helicopter Transport of External Cargo
Provide technical training and procedures for agency personnel performing helicopter external load operations. Participants will receive classroom and field training and will be asked to demonstrate proper procedures to safely conduct helicopter external load operations. Participants will be given the opportunity to develop the skills to safely perform hover hookups and/or longline operations. The instructor may choose to incorporate one or both activities.
8
A-220 Train-The-Trainer
Interagency Aviation Trainer (IAT) qualification. This 32-hour course is designed to provide training to select employees with aviation and training backgrounds to qualify them as Interagency Aviation Trainers (IATs). Emphasis is on increasing program knowledge and enhancing presentation skills. Prior attendance at an instructor's training course is strongly encouraged.
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A-223 Water Ditching and Survival Train-The-Trainer
This course is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely instruct the A-312 Water Ditching and Survival course. Scheduling this course requires authorization from DOI OAS Chief ASTPE or USFS ATPM.
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A-225 IAT Instructor Update
This course is designed to assist students with maintaining currency as IAT instructor, providing a review and update of current IAT instructor policies and processes (i.e. IAT website course offering webpage, class roster, instructor/student course evaluations) and training techniques that support the instructor in successfully delivering IAT courses.
1.5
A-301 Implementing Aviation Safety & Accident Prevention
Covers system safety management principles and safety techniques. This module will provide the student with sufficient knowledge to apply aviation safety principles to agency missions. Topics include safety program marketing, accident prevention techniques, monitoring accident trends, implementing prevention action, and preparing and implementing an Aviation Accident Prevention Plan program. Classroom instruction only.
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A-302 Personal Responsibility & Liability
The course provides an understanding of personal and organizational responsibility and liability in aviation program operations.
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A-303 Human Factors in Aviation
This course provides the basic principles of human behavior relevant to general aviation accident prevention and the human physiological and psychological factors that affects aircrew performance.
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A-304 Aircraft Maintenance
An overview of what aviation managers should look for to ensure that proper aircraft maintenance is being performed. Topics include: roles and responsibilities, the maintenance process, return to service and return to contract availability
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A-305 Risk Management II
This course presents the practical application of deliberate risk management techniques, tools and resources; and how they may be used to identify hazards and to assess risks in natural resource aviation operations. Information presented will allow the students utilize the five steps of the risk management process and the 5M Risk Model as well as working through an operation risk scenario utilizing risk management tools. The course references relevant elements from the following: Air Force Pamphlet 90-803, FAA Systems Safety Handbook Chapter 15, USFS-BLM Aviation Risk Management Handbook 2011, and DOI OPM-06 Aviation Management Plans.
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A-306 Aviation Contract Administration
This course was designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skills to administer aviation contracts. The focus of the course will be roles and responsibilities, policy, contract types, procurement process, payment, documentation, and emergency hiring of aircraft. The course covers both DOI AQD/USFS aviation contracts.
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A-307 Aviation Policy and Regulations II
This course provides participants with a working knowledge of aviation directive systems within each agency for the management and use of government aircraft. (e.g., DOI Departmental Manuals and USFS Forest Service Manual 5700).
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A-309 Helicopter Flight Manuals
Technical training on helicopter performance planning.
2
A-310 Overview of Crew Resource Management
The purpose of this course is to provide the participants with an overview of crew resource management (CRM) skills and techniques, and to illustrate the importance of practicing CRM to accomplish safe aviation operations. Topics covered are Situational Awareness, Communication, Teamwork, Task Allocation, and Decision Making.
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A-311 Aviation Planning
This course provides aviation personnel with an overview of the aviation planning process for state and federal agencies, including how and when to prepare an aviation plan.
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A-312 Water Ditching and Survival
The purpose of this course is to provide classroom and hands-on training to better prepare students in the event they experience an aircraft water ditching.
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A-314 Aviation Program Overview for Forest Service Agency Administrators
A synopsis of aviation policy, safety and accident prevention, training and qualification requirements of employees, liability, procurement, and aviation organizations as they relate to line officer responsibilities.
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A-325R Water Ditching and Survival - Academic Refresher
This webinar course refresher provides the participants with the knowledge of the proper procedures to follow in the event of water ditching of an aircraft; to include discussion on egress, hypothermia, utilization of PFD's, life raft, and water survival equipment. The course is an academic refresher ONLY. This refresher is required by USFWS only, but other bureaus/agencies may benefit as well.
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A-401 Management of Aviation Safety Programs
This is an overview of aviation safety programs presented by outside agency and industry presenters and consisting of case studies of programs that have been successful in implementing cultural changes and reduction in accident frequency. This module focuses on safety programs outside of the Department of the Interior and the U.S. Forest Service. It provides aviation managers with additional tools for the implementation of aviation safety at all levels of the organization.
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A-403 Human Factors for Aviation Managers
This course includes the following modules: (1) Introduction to Advanced Human Factors (2) Situational Awareness (3) Communications (4) Decision Theory and Decision Traps and (5) Leadership and Dealing with Change. The objectives for each module are: Introduction to Advanced Human Factor Introduce the evolution of human factors concepts as they relate to accident prevention Introduce current concepts from modern human factors researchers (Reason, Shappell and Weigmann) Communications; Define what constitutes "communications" in the aviation environment Discuss the elements of the communications m odel Identify methods and techniques to improve communications Decision Theory and Decision Traps; Identify the two general categories in decision making theory Introduce Kahneman and Tversky's "Prospect Theory" Highlight the "Framing Effect" Identify heuristics and biases and methods to control them Leadership and Dealing with Change; Identify the difference between managers and leaders Identify the most common executive focuses Identify principles for leading change
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A-410 Crew Resource Management
Instruction includes subjects related to communications and assertion, psychology of errors, physiology, situational awareness, and decision making. These topics are explored to understand their influence on flight crew performance in the flight environment.
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A-450 Small Unmanned Aircraft System (sUAS) Basic Remote Pilot Course
This course is the fundamental sUAS course for those wanting to become qualified to operate sUAS for the Department of Interior. A-450 will utilize micro sized sUAS aircraft to provide the basic academic and flight training necessary to conduct missions as Remote Pilot in Command (RPIC) for DOI. It is mandatory that the required pre-work be accomplished prior to the classroom segment of the course. NOTE: For further information, contact your National Aviation Manager for guidance regarding how to start a sUAS program. For more information please go to the DOI A-450 Website: https://sites.google.com/a/firenet.gov/oas-a450/
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A-452R Small Unmanned Aircraft System (sUAS) Refresher Training
DOI Remote Pilots must complete UAS refresher training (A-452R) or approved equivalent every 24 months following the issuance of their OAS-30U.
Current DOI Remote Pilots participating in either A-450 or A-452R, as a student or instructor, will receive credit for refresher training. This training can be completed 4 months in advance or within 30-days after the date of expiration on the OAS-30U and shall be documented on the iat.gov website. Whether you complete A-452R before or after your expiration date, you will retain your original carding date.
Remote Pilots operating the low complexity UAS will be able to complete this requirement via distance learning opportunities. Remote Pilots operating more complex aircraft may be required to attend a refresher in person.
Students that attend a distance learning module are expected to review and fly the "Basic flight exercises." You can find them on the DOI A-450 Basic Remote Pilot web page. https://sites.google.com/a/firenet.gov/oas-a450/ Navigate to the "A-450 Basic RP course" tab and then to the "Flight training exercises and OAS-69U" link. You may also find copies attached to this page. Please complete your flights prior to attending A-452R, or before your expiration date of your OAS-30U card, which ever is first.
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A-454 Small Unmanned Aircraft System (sUAS) Add-on Course
This course is for individuals who have previously attended the DOI A-450 Basic Remote Pilot Training Course. Primary Audience: DOI qualified pilots that want to add additional DOI approved sUAS platforms to their DOI Remote Pilot Card.
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A-455 Overview of Small Unmanned Aircraft System (sUAS) Operations
This course is an overview and introduction to small Unmanned Aircraft operations. It gives the participant a brief history, overview, and application of small sUAS. This is not an operator course. This course will provide managers and overview of how to start a sUAS program along with the requirements for operating a sUAS in the national airspace system and while working for DOI.
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ABS Aviation Business System Updates
This class is a part of the SW Regional IAT Workshop.
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ACETA ACETA
Initial training of Aerial Capture, Eradication, and Tagging of Animals (ACETA) utilizing aviation for the purpose of achieving program objectives for the study, observation, and eradication of animals in resource management.
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ACETA-R ACETA - Refresher Training
The ACETA Refresher course will review topics from the initial training course, cover new or innovative ACETA techniques, review the use of ACETA equipment and may include mock-ups.
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FHAK Fuel Handling - Alaska
Employees will learn proper fuel storage, transportation, and handling procedures; safe dispensing and filtering techniques; and proper fuel cache/field site fuel handling. Recommended for anyone involved in fuel handling for airplanes or helicopters, especially in field locations. Prerequisite: A-100 Basic Aviation Safety. Available in Anchorage, classroom instruction only.
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FWFM Fixed-Wing Flight Manager
Government representative who works jointly with the pilot-in-command and aircrew members to ensure safe, efficient flight management on point-to-point flights. Some agencies previously referred to this position as "chief of party." This position does not include special-use operations. Module includes: A-101, A-105, A-106, A-108, A-110, A-111, A-112, A-113, A-116 and A-200
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GCNP-SFRA Grand Canyon National Park Special Flight Rules Area
This module describes the special flight rules that apply to flying over the Grand Canyon National Park. This training is required for pilots performing missions under the operational control of the USDA Forest Service and the Department of the Interior in the restricted airspace in and around the Grand Canyon National Park.
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M-2 Aviation Management Line Managers Briefing
Developed for line managers responsible for employees who utilize aircraft in performance of their duties. Areas of emphasis include: DOI aviation safety and accident prevention program, procurement of aviation services, documentation of payment procedures, responsibilities to employees, and risk management. Meets the DOI requirements of 352 DM1 (1.5 B). Equivalency: Completion of M-3 will meet the M-2 requirement.
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M-3 DOI Aviation Management Training for Supervisors
Developed for first and second-line supervisors directly responsible for employees who utilize aircraft in performance of their duties. Areas of emphasis include: DOI aviation safety and accident prevention program, procurement of aviation services, documentation of payment procedures, responsibilities to employees, and risk management. Meets the DOI requirements of 352 DM1 (1.5 B).
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MH1 Aviation Firefighting: Basic Fire Behavior & Tactics
Aviation Firefighting: Basic Fire Behavior & Tactics
0.5
MH2 Aviation Firefighting: Organization, Communication & Airspace
Aviation Firefighting: Organization, Communication & Airspace
0.5
MH3 Aviation Firefighting: Fire Helicopter Operations
Aviation Firefighting: Fire Helicopter Operations
0.5
PLDO Plastic Sphere Dispenser Operator
This module was the S-3: Operational training in the application, use, and maintenance of various aerial ignition devices including ping-pong ball dispenser, helitorch, and fuse dispenser.
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RT-273 Single Engine Air Tanker Manager Workshop
The Single Engine Airtanker Manager (SEMG) workshop is designed to provide the attendee with current policy revisions, technical updates, changes in reference materials and operational procedures, and an overall review of safety and security issues associated with the single engine airtanker program.

NOTE: Individuals instructing NWCG aviation courses are required to meet instructor qualifications within the NWCG Field Managers Course Guide or individual course instructor guides.
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RT-372  Helicopter Manager Workshop
This refresher course is intended to update participants on essential helicopter management skills and provide the latest information on helicopter operations. Core elements of the refresher course should cover updates to aviation policy, risk management, and performance planning, along with a pertinent accident review. The desired outcome of this course is to update current helicopter managers on new information while reinforcing existing skills and knowledge.

NOTE: Individuals instructing NWCG aviation courses are required to meet instructor qualifications within the NWCG Field Managers Course Guide or individual course instructor guides.
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RT-378 Air Tactical Group Supervisor Refresher
The Air Tactical Group Supervisor (ATGS) refresher is designed to provide the participants with the following: Current and relevant ATGS/Aerial Supervision program information pertaining to: - Risk management - Fire and aviation weather - Aviation incidents/accidents from the preceding season - Contract and aircraft fleet updates - Issues and concerns from national and/or regional user groups (fire management, dispatch, hotshots, incident commanders, etc.) - Crew Resource Management (CRM) An opportunity to practice ATGS skills such as: - Radio programming - Map reading and navigation - Crew Resource Management (CRM) - Mission procedures - Fire Traffic Area (FTA) management In addition to the above course content, all ATGS will demonstrate proficiency by completing a moderate complexity mission or flight/STEX exercise as defined/outlined in the Interagency Aerial Supervision Guide (IASG), PMS 505, Appendix C. Performance will be documented on a Mission Evaluation, reviewed with the participant, and forwarded to the Geographic Area Coordination Center (GACC) ATGS Cadre Member. Failure to pass the exercise will require the decertification process to be implemented.

NOTE: Individuals instructing NWCG aviation courses are required to meet instructor qualifications within the NWCG Field Managers Course Guide or individual course instructor guides.
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S-270 Basic Air Operations
This course covers aircraft types and capabilities, aviation management and safety for flying in and working with agency aircraft, tactical and logistical uses of aircraft, and requirements for helicopter take-off and landing areas. Note: The regulations, procedures and policies addressed in this course are primarily those governing federal agency and ICS operations. State, county, or other political subdivisions using this course will need to consult their agency having jurisdiction with respect to regulations, procedures and policies.

NOTE: Individuals instructing NWCG aviation courses are required to meet instructor qualifications within the NWCG Field Managers Course Guide or individual course instructor guides.
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S-271 Helicopter Crewmember
This is a combined classroom/field course designed to provide student proficiency in all areas of the tactical and logistical use of helicopters to achieve efficiency and standardization. Topics include aviation safety, aircraft capabilities and limitations, aviation life support equipment, aviation mishap reporting, pre-flight checklist and briefing/debriefing, aviation transportation of hazardous materials, crash survival, helicopter operations, helicopter field exercise. The following Interagency Aviation Training (IAT) A-courses curriculums are integrated and may be credited upon completion of this course: A-105 Aviation Life Support Equipment (ALSE), A-113 Crash Survival, and A-219 Helicopter Transport of External Cargo.

NOTE: Individuals instructing NWCG aviation courses are required to meet instructor qualifications within the NWCG Field Managers Course Guide or individual course instructor guides.
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S-273 Single Engine Airtanker Manager
This course was developed using a blended approach to learning. This course is designed to meet the training needs of a Single Engine Airtanker Manager (SEMG) as outlined in the NIMS: Wildland Fire Qualification System Guide, PMS 310-1, and the position task book developed for the position. Students are required to complete five online modules and complete an assessment prior to coming to class.

NOTE: Individuals instructing NWCG aviation courses are required to meet instructor qualifications within the NWCG Field Managers Course Guide or individual course instructor guides.
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S-371 Helibase Manager
This course provides students with the skills necessary to perform as a Helibase Manager through facilitated discussions and group exercises. The final exercise is designed to give students a realistic Helibase Manager experience which prompts the student to communicate, resolve issues, and make decisions in support of an incident.

NOTE: Individuals instructing NWCG aviation courses are required to meet instructor qualifications within the NWCG Field Managers Course Guide or individual course instructor guides.
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S-375 Air Support Group Supervisor
This course leads students through the duties and responsibilities of the Air Support Group Supervisor (ASGS) and addresses aviation safety, risk management, airspace coordination, dispatch relations and coordination, fixed wing, rotor wing, and military operations. The desired outcome of this course is to prepare students to make the transition from being a Helibase Manager Type 1 (HEB1) to an ASGS. A pre-course work assignment will familiarize students with the various reference materials used by an ASGS.

NOTE: Individuals instructing NWCG aviation courses are required to meet instructor qualifications within the NWCG Field Managers Course Guide or individual course instructor guides.
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S-378 Aerial Supervision
This course is designed to meet the training needs of an Air Tactical Group Supervisor (ATGS), Helicopter Coordinator (HLCO), lead plane pilot, and Aerial Supervision Module (ASM) crewmember as outlined in the Interagency Aerial Supervision Guide (IASG), PMS 505. Topics include aerial supervision program introduction, aerial supervision roles and responsibilities, administration, training, certification, currency, policies, incident aircraft, suppressants and retardants, aerial supervision mission procedures, aerial firefighting strategy and tactics, incident aircraft operations, all hazard incidents, and safety.

NOTE: Individuals instructing NWCG aviation courses are required to meet instructor qualifications within the NWCG Field Managers Course Guide or individual course instructor guides.
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S-470 Air Operations Branch Director
This course is designed to meet the needs of the Air Operations Branch Director (AOBD) position. Topics include preparedness and mobilization, initial briefings and meetings, transition, preparing and organizing for an aviation operation, implementation of an aviation operation, management and oversight of an aviation operation, and demobilization.

NOTE: Individuals instructing NWCG aviation courses are required to meet instructor qualifications within the NWCG Field Managers Course Guide or individual course instructor guides.
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SEAT1 SEAT Fire Behavior
SEAT Fire Behavior
0.5
SEAT2 SEAT Operations
SEAT Operations
0.5
SEAT3 SEAT Firefighting Tactics
SEAT Firefighting Tactics
0.5
SH-C Short-Haul Classroom Training
This course meets the ground school objectives listed in the short-haul handbook
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SH-E Short-Haul Flight Evolution Training
Student have flown in short-haul evolutions - training or operational
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STEP Special Technique Landings
STEP training includes Classroom, mock-up and typical terrain maneuvers for exiting a helicopter via Single-skid, Toe-in and hover Exit/entry. Training provided to meet requirements of OPM 06-40 (Toe-In, Single Skid, and Step-Out Landings). Requires Project Operations Plan, Risk Assessment, and Bureau Aviation Manager's approval.
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A-102 USFS Alaska Region Fixed Wing Safety
This course was specifically designed for U.S. Forest Service employees that utilize aircraft in the Alaska Region (Region 10) of the U.S. Forest Service.
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A-113_USFS Crash Survival for R-10 Employees
This course was specifically designed for U.S. Forest Service employees that utilize aircraft in the Alaska Region (Region 10) of the U.S. Forest Service.
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PHAK Pinch Hitter - Alaska
Employees will learn the basics of flying an airplane in order to land an airplane should the pilot become incapacitated. Includes 1 hour of actually flying an airplane with emphasis on avoiding a stall and landing the aircraft in a controlled manner. Recommended for employees who fly as part of their job such as biologists, park rangers, etc. There is no charge for the classroom portion, but the employee's agency will have to pay for the flight time. Prerequisite: B3 or IAT modules combined: A-101, A-104, A-105, A-106, A-108, and A-113. PHAK is classroom only.
S-372 Helicopter Management
This course prepares students to perform the job of Helicopter Manager (HMGB). Unit lectures supported by PowerPoint slides and graphics are designed to facilitate class discussion and group exercises. The final exercise gives students a realistic Helicopter Manager experience; in addition to answering test questions, the student completes necessary forms required by the position.

NOTE: Individuals instructing NWCG aviation courses are required to meet instructor qualifications within the NWCG Field Managers Course Guide or individual course instructor guides.
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DEMO-A100 DEMO A-100 Do Not Register
The purpose of this course is to provide a demo course for Instructors to use for learning how to create courses within IAT at Train-the-Trainer classes.
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DOI AMPH AMPH Clinic
This course is designed to teach the beginning student and refamiliarize the experienced pilot with the basic and advance technics of amphibious float flying. Course is IAW, OAS Operational Procedures Memorandum (OPM) – 22.
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DOI Float Float Clinic
This course is designed to teach the beginning student and re-familiarize the experienced pilot with the basic and advance technics of float flying. Course is IAW, OAS Operational Procedures Memorandum (OPM) – 22.
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DOI SKI Ski Clinic
This course is designed to teach the beginning student and refamiliarize the experienced pilot with the basic and advance technics of ski flying in Alaska. Course is IAW, OAS Operational Procedures Memorandum (OPM) - 22.
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DOI UNP Unprepared site Clinic
This course is designed to teach the beginning student and refamiliarize the experienced pilot with the basic and advance technics of operating from Unprepared landing sites in Alaska. Course is IAW, OAS Operational Procedures Memorandum (OPM) - 22.
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DOI IFR IFR Clinic
This course is designed to teach the beginning student and refamiliarize the experienced pilot with the basic Procedures of IFR flying in Alaska. Course is IAW, OAS Operational Procedures Memorandum (OPM) - 22.
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DOI MENTOR Mentor Clinic
This course is designed to standardize all DOI Bureau Instructors on the following: flight maneuvers, best practices and to improve quality for all DOI Bureau pilots
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MTN FLY Mountain Flying
This online course addresses foundational mountain flying skills universal to safe and effective flight operations within mountainous terrain. This online course is designed for contract and government helicopter pilots.
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N9059 Crew Resource Management 7 Skills
This course explains the importance/history of CRM, introduces the 7 skills of CRM (Decision Making, Assertiveness, Mission Analysis, Communication, Leadership, Adaptability/Flexibility, and Situational Awareness) and checks for understanding through practical skill application through facilitated scenarios. Meets requirements for equivalency for A-310 Overview of Crew Resource Management.
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RT9059F Crew Resource Management 7 Skills Refresher
This refresher course reviews the importance/history of CRM, and checks for understanding through practical skill application through facilitated scenarios. Currency requirements: every 3 years.
1.5
ACETA-GS ACETA - Ground School
- Helicopter capture operations safety - Crew coordination, survival and capture equipment familiarization - Data collection/sample gathering - Telemetry (radio/GPS) collar fitting for various species - Animal handling safety, restraint and transport safety - Release procedures/ACETA safety equipment update - ACETA accident review
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CRMWE CRM in the Wires Environment
Wire strikes continue to pose a devastating threat to pilots and crews who fly in the low-level wire and obstruction environment. This course focuses on the hazards that cause accidents in these environments and shows crews how to detect wire before they can actually see it. There is also a strong focus on the importance of crew resource management specifically applied to low-level helicopter operations with non-pilots as crew members.
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AS2M Aerial Survey Aviation Safety and Management
AS2M is designed specifically for resource specialists who manage aircraft to safely conduct missions including aerial sketch mapping, photo/remote sensing, wildlife and vegetation surveys, and aerial reconnaissance in general.
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FWPT Fixed Wing Parking Tender Training
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DEMO-A312 DEMO A-312 Do Not Register
The purpose of this course is to provide a demo course for Instructors to use for learning how to create courses within IAT at Train-the-Trainer classes.
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A-223R Water Ditching & Survival Train-the-Trainer Refresher
The purpose of the course is to standardize the equipment, curriculum and student/instructor requirements regarding the A-312 Water Ditching & Survival Course.
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ACETA-ADV Advanced ACETA Training
Advanced training for experienced ACETA gunners. May include: training from certified industry trainers, progressive technology/methods, advanced techniques from ACETA experts and live mock-ups using firearm and/or capture devices. May be required by some agencies to qualify as an ACETA instructor. See agency policy.
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AUT Aviation User Training (Only for USFS Region 10 Alaska)
This course was specifically designed for employees in the Alaska Region (Region 10) of the US Forest Service to provide the aviation user with a foundation of knowledge, skills and abilities to safely utilize aircraft to accomplish agency missions. Students will receive an equivalency for A-100 Basic Aviation Safety. PLEASE NOTE: This equivalency is only authorized for Forest Service personnel.
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