Fire Science:

This is an 8-hour long training, during which the theoretical part is taught mixed with mini experiments by students or by one of the instructors and followed by a practical part. Two fire experiments will be conducted.

Training plan :

Duration : 8 hours

Maximum number of participants :
12

Type of training :
Theory/Practice

Equipment required per participant:
Full turnout gear and breathing apparatus plus 1 spare bottle.

Equipment provided with the training:
NFPA 1403 certified instructors, a mobile simulator that complies with the 1402 NFPA norm, burning wood, a thermal camera, a student guide.

Teaching materials used:
PowerPoint presentation, a mini-laboratory as experience

Certification :
Participation Certificate issued by au Coeur-Des-Vallées school board or school by Notre Dame de Foy (CNDF) Fire Academy. 

Space required by the client: 
A training room or vehicle bay at the fire station, a practical training area detached from all buildings, a steel container for fire debris and chemical toilets, if need be.

Training objectives:


  • Building construction and fire resistance
  • Understanding the 3 families of thermal phenomena
  • Reviewing flashovers (signs), backdrafts (signs), fire gas ignitions (Flashfire and smoke explosion)
  • Knowing the five dangers of C.O.M.I.X smoke
  • Understanding and anticipating the Flowpath trajectory
  • Experiencing and understanding that smoke is an active body
  • Experiencing backdrafts with our mini-simulator
  • Experiencing flash fires with the mobile simulator
  • Reading smoke
  • Reading the building
  • Passing on knowledge needed to safely intervene
FORMARISK - Formation en sécurité incendie