Apply today for our upcoming Resource Advisor (READ N-9042) training course, which will be held on Tuesday, February 20th through Thursday, February 22nd at the La Jolla Indian Reservation Gymnasium. Learn more on today's blog!
The Climate Science Alliance invites you to apply for our upcoming Resource Advisor (READ N-9042) training course, which will be held on Tuesday, February 20th through Thursday, February 22nd at the La Jolla Indian Reservation Gymnasium. Download the flyer and learn more below!
This three-day course will cover basic duties and responsibilities of the Resource Advisor during a Wildland Fire assignment, which will focus on highly sensitive areas of concern and address all-hazard situations.
When and where is it?
Tuesday, February 20th - Thursday, February 22nd, 2024
La Jolla Indian Reservation Gymnasium
701 Sengme Oaks Road, Pauma, CA 92061
Who should register?
Individuals from Indigenous and Tribal communities are strongly encouraged to apply. Prerequisites include Wildland Firefighter 2; the following skills have been identified as useful in this position: Ability to acquire knowledge of local politics and Land Use Plans (e.g., local community, county, tribal, interagency, general management plans, Wilderness Plans, Natural/Cultural Resource Management Plans, and Fire Management Plans). Ability to acquire knowledge of the affected area including, but not limited to, topographic features, vegetation types, critical areas, types of visitors and inhabitants, improvements, roads, hazards, etc. Basic knowledge of fire and fire suppression impacts on natural and cultural resources. Map reading and basic understanding of GIS use (Field Maps or Avenza Maps). Ability to plan for and implement fire repair treatment.
I'm interested! How do I register?
Nominations are due February 5th, 2024. Send an email to martie.hale@lajolla-
nsn.gov with a list of nominees. Include name, phone number and email. If you
have more than one nomination, please rank due to max of 20 slots.
Print this pdf manual & bring to the course: tinyurl.com/RN-9042
This training is hosted by the La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians in close partnership with the Southern California Interagency Wildland Fire & Fuels Cadre, and Stewardship Pathways Program — led by the Climate Science Alliance and its Tribal Working Group.
For more trainings like this one, visit: tinyurl.com/stewardship-pathways