1. Provide emergency response training that meets or exceeds NWCG standards for course, content and objectives. Course materials may be supplemented with materials and/or related information, but the required course materials should not be replaced by non-standard materials or information. 3. Identify this agreement with – The purpose of this agreement is to create a framework for cooperation and coordination between the parties with respect to emergency response training (. B for example, wild earth fire, prescribed fire, etc.) non-XYZ units. THEREFORE recognizes and accepts training provided by a training provider if all the provisions of this Agreement are respected. Any party may terminate this contract with a 60-day written notification, unless it is stated below: it is not a taxable document. Any refund, contribution of funds or transfer of valuable rights between the parties to this document will be dealt with in accordance with applicable laws, regulations and procedures.
These efforts are presented in separate agreements concluded in writing by the representatives of the parties and independently approved by the relevant legal authority. This document does not provide that power. In particular, this document does not create contracting authority or other agreements for the training provider, which are not competitive. 8. Exposure to people who successfully complete the course presented, certificates of end of course with the logo and name of the association signed by the Lead Instructor. Member companies can add their logo and/or name to the association`s certificate. 2. For emergency training in case of emergency, ask NWCG instructors to adapt to training needs.
2. Delivery course/students with training and evaluation materials. Considering that XYZ recognises this agreement can be amended at any time with the mutual agreement of the parties. (a) screen students to ensure that they meet all the requirements (training and experience) for training. 4. Provide the XYZ Coordination Group with a written notification regarding course data, schedule, location and lead instructor for all courses sponsored by — (training providers) or their affiliation. This notification must be transmitted at least seven (7) calendar days before the start of the course. When courses need to be scheduled to meet emergency training needs, the XYZ Coordination Group REP CAN waive this seven-day notification. Waiver requests can be made by phone or fax. Exceptions for these emergencies are not reduced to less than 48 hours.
The XYZ Coordination Group (insert abbreviation) is largely responsible, through its training committee or committee, for the coordination of resources within the XYZ geographic area, including the management of trainees and the supervision of trainers and trainers of member agencies. XYZ believes that all resources used to respond to incidents within the XYZ must meet or exceed all training, experience and fitness standards identified in the National Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG) Wildland and Prescribed Fire Qualification System Guide (PMS) 310-1).