FightARs course is dedicated to firefighters training with Augmented Reality.
What will you need?
1 OPTION: a laptop + Hololens2 + wifi
2 OPTION: Hololens2 + wifi
Trainer will be with you during different modules in order to guide you and review your progress.
What is it for?
The main focus is to review your knowledge working with eletrical vehicle.
During the course you will learn:
- Deactivation of electrical vehicle
- Stabilisation and cutting of electrical vehicle
- Provide First Aid
- Main information about hazardous substances
- Overall exam – putting your knowledge in practice
You can take it per chapters or all in once.
All course: 8 hours
Commitment: 1.5 h / module
Important: you can use Hololens2 glasses only for up to 2 hours. However, we do recommend not to use it for more than 45 min per session.
- Lectures 25
- Quizzes 8
- Duration 50 hours
- Language English
- Students 20
- Assessments Yes
This module will focus on reviewing main details on how to recognise and deactivate an electrical vehicle. Learning outcomes for the chapter: In the end of the section the trainee: • recognizes an electric car from external and internal signs. • knows purpose if most important electric car components and points out their location on a model. • chooses the most suitable deactivation method for high voltage electric car deactivation after an incident with it.
Learning outcomes for the chapter: In the end of the section the trainee: • knows the main vehicle components that are related to cutting the electrical car after the accident; • can choose most suitable vehicle stabilization strategies (where, how, what) for electrical car; • knows the best possible solutions and steps to access a victim in damaged electrical car; • demonstrates the knowledge of using tools and finding best options to cut electrical car while solving different situations in LMS.
MODULE: First Aid
Learning outcomes for the chapter: In the end of the section the trainee: • understands the main types of injuries from traffic accidents; • identifies the injury type based on vital signs, incident background information and using HoloLens observation of the casualty; • demonstrates the CPR using the dummy. First aid in traffic accidents follows three mais steps: 1. Circulation/Catastrophic bleeding; 2. ABC: airways management, breathing, circulation; 3. Spinal injuries
MODULE: Hazardous substances
Learning outcomes for this chapter: In the end of the section the trainee: • understands what is hazardous substances transportation on the road; • does the simulation of spreading hazardous substances after car accident (in chosen simulation programme); • knows the procedure of firefighters intervention after an accident involving the truck with hazardous substances; • can make a decision on what kind of decontamination is needed for certain hazardous substance, consequence elimination in environment, first aid providing in certain cases, stop leakage from truck.
- Hazardous goods transportation on the road
- Traffic accident of tank with hazardous substances – firefighters intervention
- Tank with hazardous substance marked with pictograms and UN/Kemler code
- Consequences elimination, Decontamination, Stop the leakage
- Methodical approach of firefighters intervention
- Simulation of hazardous substances spreading
- Do decontamination
- Save a person
- Stop the leakage
- Consequences elimination
In this chapter trainee will put his overall knowledge into practice. Learning outcomes for the chapter: In the end of the section the trainee: • can assess the accident in the best way; • makes most suitable decisions related to identification, deactivation, stabilisation, cutting of electrical vehicle in the accident; • makes most suitable decisions related to identification, deactivation, stabilisation and cutting of electrical vehicle in the accident; • makes most suitable decisions in order to provide first aid to the victim; • makes most suitable decisions related to the accident related to hazardous substances trucks.