ATTAINABLE, APPLICABLE & RETRIEVABLE WHEN SECONDS COUNT...
AOYS Fire Training Ltd.
A Canadian owned and operated fire service training organization that is dedicated to reducing firefighter injuries and deaths through the provision of up-to-date, interactive training programs designed to integrate the most recent scientific research with practical street application.
The flagship of AOYS training programs is the Blue Card Command Certification Program, a state of the art training and certification system that standardizes local incident operations across fire and emergency response organizations. Using a combination of on-line and in-class simulation based training, the Blue Card Command Certification Program produces proven results in Company Officers and Incident Commanders. AOYS Fire Training Ltd. is the exclusive provider of Blue Card Command to responders outside of the United States.
Providing instruction across the United States and Canadian Fire Services for over 20 years, the delivery methods for AOYS Programs continue to meet the needs of your department providing knowledge and skills that are attainable, applicable and retrievable when seconds count…….
Up And Coming Blue Card Train The Trainer Classes
- Eastern CDN Trainer - Richmond Hill, Ont - Sept. 24 to 28, 2018 FULL
- Second (overflow) Eastern CDN Trainer - Newmarket, Ont - Nov 5-9, 2018
What's Going On With AOYS?
Sometimes the simplest of demonstrations are best for transferring knowledge. Metal screen in diffusion flame (candle flame) provides the thermal ballast necessary to interrupt the flame and reveal the ventilation-limited pocket of gases within the body of the flame. https://t.co/i4yDLoiFQQ
Delayed staffing a concern? Check out this Mist Spike being used to lower thermal threat prior to the aggressive interior attack against the flow path. Remember, digital temperature is distance-to-spot (cross-hair) temperature. Focus on the change in the colorization. https://t.co/MU4iPM8WOi
The Tunnel/Channel Effect demonstrated quickly and easily. Note how fast the conditions in the closed in demonstration propagate. Now consider descending an open stairwell versus a closed stairwell to attack a below grade fire. https://t.co/5jFTr4ZECD https://t.co/y0tAix3icT
6 gallons of water over 20 seconds with an Attack Spike drops temperatures by 400 °F during gable attack testing with @BostonFire .
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