Applications are open for our upcoming S-290 Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior training course, which will be held on Monday, March 25th through Friday, March 29th at the Barona Fire Department. Learn more on today's blog!
The Climate Science Alliance invites you to apply for our upcoming S-290 Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior training course, which will be held on Monday, March 25th through Friday, March 29th at the Barona Fire Department. Download the flyer and learn more below!
This is a classroom-based skills course designed to prepare the prospective fireline supervisor to undertake safe and effective fire management operations. It is the second course in a series that collectively serves to develop fire behavior prediction knowledge and skills. Fire environment differences are discussed as necessary; instructor should stress local conditions.
In association with the Climate Science Alliance Stewardship Pathways program, this training will highlight cultural and traditional knowledges and perspectives in support of land stewardship through the use of fire.
When and where is it?
Monday, March 25th - Friday, March 29th, 2024
Barona Fire Department
1932 Wildcat Canyon Rd. Lakeside, CA 92040
Who should register?
Individuals from Indigenous and Tribal communities are strongly encouraged to apply. Prerequisites include successful completion of S-190 and satisfactory completion of pre-selection assessment and pre-course work. Pre-work will be sent to participants upon acceptance into the course.
I'm interested! How do I register?
Nominations are due March 15, 2024. Please send an email to email@example.com with a list of nominees. Include name, phone number, and email. If you have more than one nomination, please rank due to a max of 20 slots.
Find more information about this course at tinyurl.com/iwfb-s-290.
This training is hosted by the Barona Band of Mission Indians in close partnership with the La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians, Southern California Interagency Wildland Fire & Fuels Cadre, and Climate Science Alliance, as part of the Alliance's Stewardship Pathways Program and the Collaborative of Native Nations for Climate Transformation and Stewardship (CNNCTS).
For more trainings like this one, visit: tinyurl.com/stewardship-pathways
Learn about CNNCTS: cnncts.org