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Now Accepting Applications: S-200 Initial Attack Incident Commander

Learn more and apply for S-200 Initial Attack Incident Commander Training, hosted by the Barona Band of Mission Indians on April 3rd - 4th, 2023. Held in close partnership with the Southern California Interagency Wildland Fire & Fuels Cadre and our Stewardship Pathways Program, this training provides knowledge and skills to operate safely and effectively in a wildland urban interface incident.



S-200 Initial Attack Incident Commander


When

Monday April 3 - Tuesday April 4, 2023


Where

Barona FD 1932 Wildcat Canyon Rd. Lakeside, CA 92040


About

This course (S-200 Initial Attack Incident Commander) is designed to meet the training needs of the incident commander type 4. Instructional units include Foundation Skills; Intelligence Gathering and Documentation; Size Up the Incident; Develop a Plan of Action; Post-fire Activities; Evaluating Incident Objectives and Manage the Incident.


In association with the Climate Science Alliance Stewardship Pathways program, this training will highlight cultural and traditional Indigenous knowledges and perspectives in support of land stewardship through the use of fire.


This training is hosted by the Barona Band of Mission Indians in close partnership with the Southern California Interagency Wildland Fire & Fuels Cadre, La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians, and Stewardship Pathways Program, led by the Climate Science Alliance and its Tribal Working Group.


Who should apply?

Individuals from Indigenous and Tribal communities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Prerequisites include S-230 (Crew Boss, Single Resource) and S-231 (Engine Boss, Single Resource).


I'm interested! How do I apply?

Nominations are due March 17th, 2023.

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.


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Thank you to the Barona Band of Mission Indians for hosting the location of this training, and to the Southern California Interagency Wildland Fire & Fuels Cadre and all participating partners for making this training possible.

 

Presented by the Climate Science Alliance Tribal Working Group, the Stewardship Pathways Program invites people from across Southern California who are interested in creating or expanding a career focused on advancing Indigenous climate stewardship. Learn more about Stewardship Pathways at: www.climatesciencealliance.org/stewardship-pathways

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