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Order Ecd/1523/2015, Of July 21, Which Establishes The Curriculum Of The Training Cycle Of Medium Corresponding To The Title Of Technician Degree In Emergencies And Civil Protection.

Original Language Title: Orden ECD/1523/2015, de 21 de julio, por la que se establece el currículo del ciclo formativo de grado medio correspondiente al título de Técnico en Emergencias y Protección Civil.

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Royal Decree 907/2013 of 22 November, establishing the title of Technician in Emergencies and Civil Protection and establishing its minimum teaching, acts in accordance with Royal Decree 1147/2011 of 29 July 2011, by the the general management of vocational training in the education system is established, and defines in Article 9 the structure of vocational training qualifications and courses of specialisation, on the basis of the National Catalogue of Professional qualifications, the guidelines set by the European Union and other aspects of interest social and plant the mentioned title of Technician in Emergencies and Civil Protection.

Organic Law 2/2006, of 3 May, of Education, provides that educational administrations will develop the curriculum of vocational training diplomas, starting with the basic curriculum and under the conditions laid down in the Article 6 bis.4 The teaching centres shall develop and complete, where appropriate and as established by the educational authorities, the curriculum of the different stages and cycles in use of their autonomy as set out in Chapter II of Title V of the said Directive. Organic Law.

In accordance with the above and once the Royal Decree 907/2013 of 22 November has set the professional profile of the title of Technical in Emergencies and Civil Protection, the basic aspects of the curriculum and other aspects of the academic organisation which ensures a common formation and guarantees the validity of the titles throughout the national territory, it is now necessary to determine, in the field of management of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport, the enlargement and contextualization of the contents of the professional modules included in this title, respecting the professional profile of the same.

The needs of an integrated labour market in the European Union require that vocational training courses pay particular attention to the languages of the Member States, incorporating them into their training offer. In this sense, this formative cycle incorporates in the curriculum training in the English language, in response to the provisions of Royal Decree 1147/2011, of July 29.

addition, the curriculum of this training cycle is established from the respect of the pedagogical, organizational and management autonomy of the centers that provide professional training, promoting these the work in the team of the teachers and the development of training, research and innovation plans in their teaching field and actions to promote the continuous improvement of training processes.

On the other hand, vocational training centres will develop the curriculum established in this order, taking into account the characteristics of pupils, with particular attention to the needs of people with disability.

Finally, it should be specified that the curriculum of this formative cycle integrates the scientific, technological and organizational aspects of the teachings established to achieve that the students acquire an overall view of the processes (a) production of the professional profile of the technician in Emergencies and Civil Protection.

In the process of drafting this order, the State School Board has issued a report.

For all of the above, in its virtue, I have:


General provisions

Article 1. Object.

This order is intended to determine, from the basic curriculum established in Royal Decree 907/2013, of 22 November, establishing the title of Technical in Emergencies and Civil Protection and establishing its teaching minimum, the curriculum of the middle grade training cycle, corresponding to that title.

Article 2. Scope.

The curriculum established in this order will be applied in the territorial area of management of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport.



Article 3. Curriculum.

1. The curriculum for vocational training of the educational system corresponding to the title of Technical in Emergencies and Civil Protection, established in Royal Decree 907/2013 of 22 November, is determined in the terms set in this order.

2. The professional profile of the curriculum, which is expressed by the general competence, the professional, personal and social skills, and the qualifications and the competence units of the National Catalogue of Professional Qualifications, is the included in the title of Technical in Emergencies and Civil Protection, referred to in the previous section.

3. The general objectives of the training cycle curriculum, the objectives of the professional modules expressed in terms of learning outcomes and their evaluation criteria are those included in the title of Technical in Emergencies and Protection Civil, referred to in paragraph 1 of this article.

4. The contents of the professional modules that make up this curriculum, adapted to the socio-economic reality, as well as to the perspectives of economic and social development of the environment, are those set out in Annex I of this order.

Article 4. Adaptation to the socio-productive environment.

1. The curriculum of the training cycle regulated in this order is established taking into account the socio-economic reality and the geographical, socio-productive and labour characteristics of the environment for the implementation of the title.

2. Vocational training centres shall have the necessary educational, organisational and economic management autonomy for the development of the teaching and their adaptation to the specific characteristics of the socio-economic, cultural and professional.

3. The centres authorised to provide this training cycle will concretize and develop the organizational and curricular measures that are most appropriate to the characteristics of their students and their productive environment, in a flexible way and in the use of their Pedagogical autonomy, in the general framework of the educational project, in the terms established by the Organic Law 2/2006, of Education.

4. The curriculum of the training cycle regulated in this order will be developed in the didactic programs or curricular development, strengthening or creating the culture of prevention of occupational risks in the spaces where the different modules are delivered professionals, as well as promoting a culture of environmental respect, excellence in work, compliance with quality standards, creativity, innovation, gender equality and respect for equal opportunities, the " design for all people " and universal accessibility, especially in relation to people with disabilities.

Article 5. Adaptation to the educational environment.

1. The vocational training centres managed by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport will develop the curriculum established in this order, taking into account the characteristics of pupils and the environment, particularly in the light of persons with disabilities, in conditions of accessibility and with the necessary support resources to ensure that this student can cure these teachings under the same conditions as the rest.

2. Also, the lessons of this cycle will be taught with a flexible and open methodology, based on self-learning and adapted to the conditions, abilities and personal needs of the students, in order to allow the reconciliation of the learning with other activities and responsibilities.

Article 6. Duration and sequencing of professional modules.

1. The total duration of the lessons for this training cycle, including the vocational training module in the workplace, is 2000 hours.

2. The professional modules of this training cycle, when offered under face-to-face arrangements, will be organised in two academic courses and will be in line with the weekly hourly sequencing and distribution set out in Annex II of this order.

3. The first academic year will be fully developed in the educational center. In order to be able to pursue the second course, it will be necessary to have completed the professional modules which, as a whole, are at least 80% of the hours of the first course.

4. The right of registration of those who have passed any professional module in another Autonomous Community shall be guaranteed in the terms laid down in Article 48.3 of Royal Decree 1147/2011 of 29 July 2011 establishing the general vocational training of the educational system.

5. In general, during the third quarter of the second year, and once the positive evaluation has been achieved in all the professional modules carried out in the educational centre, the vocational training module will be developed in job.

6. Exceptionally, and in order to facilitate the adaptation of the number of persons registered to the availability of training positions in enterprises or organisations, approximately half of the second-year students will be able to develop Vocational training module in job centres during the second quarter of the second year, provided they have positively overcome all the professional modules of the first academic year.

7. Without prejudice to the foregoing and as a result of the temporality of certain economic activities which may prevent the development of the vocational training module in the workplace from being in conformity with the above assumptions, the latter may be organise in other periods coinciding with the development of the economic activity of the professional profile of the title.

8. In any case, the evaluation of the vocational training module in the workplace will be conditional on the positive evaluation of the rest of the professional modules of the training cycle.


Teachers, spaces and equipment

Article 7. Qualifications and accreditation of teacher requirements.

1. The specialties of teachers with teaching assignment in the professional modules which constitute the teachings established for the title referred to in Article 1 of this order, as well as the equivalent qualifications for the purposes of teaching, are the entries respectively in Annexes III A and III B to Royal Decree 907/2013 of 22 November 2013.

2. In order to ensure compliance with Article 12.6 of Royal Decree 907/2013 of 22 November 2013 for the delivery of the professional modules that make up the company, in private or public ownership centres of other administrations other than educational administrations, it must be established that all the requirements set out in that Article are met, with the following documentation:

(a) Photocopy of the official academic title required, in accordance with the qualifications included in Annex III C of Royal Decree 907/2013 of 22 November 2013. Where the degree presented is linked to the professional module which is to be provided, it shall be deemed to include in itself the objectives of that module. Otherwise, in addition to the titration, the documents referred to in subparagraph (b) or (c) shall be provided.

(b) In the event that it is necessary to justify that the teachings leading to the titration provided encompass the objectives of the professional modules that are intended to be taught:

Personal academic certification of studies performed, original or photocopied, issued by an official center, in which the teachings are recorded detailing the subjects.

Programs of the studies provided and submitted by the person concerned, original or photocopy of the studies, sealed by the corresponding official or authorized official or official University or Center.

c) Where it is necessary to justify by means of the work experience which, at least for three years, has developed its activity in the sector related to the family, its duration shall be credited by the appropriate supporting official document, which shall be added to:

Certification of the employer or employer in which the activity developed by the person concerned is specifically recorded. This activity must be implicitly related to the learning outcomes of the professional module that is intended to be delivered.

For those who are self-employed, a statement of the person concerned with the most representative activities related to learning outcomes.

Article 8. Spaces and equipment.

The spaces and facilities to be assembled by the vocational training centres, in order to enable the development of teaching activities, are those set out in Annex III of this order and must comply with the provisions of the Article 11 of Royal Decree 907/2013 of 22 November 2013, as well as the rules on equal opportunities, "design for all persons" and universal accessibility, prevention of occupational risks and safety and health at the workplace.


Other offerings and mode of these teachings

Article 9. Distance offering.

1. Professional modules offered at a distance, when required by their characteristics, will ensure that students achieve all the objectives expressed in learning outcomes, through face-to-face activities.

2. The Provincial Directorates and the Board of Education shall take the necessary measures and shall give the precise instructions to the centres which are authorized to provide this training cycle under pressure for implementation and operation of the offer from the same distance.

3. Centres authorised to provide vocational training lessons at a distance shall have appropriate curriculum materials which will be adapted to the provisions of the fourth additional provision of the Organic Law 2/2006 of 3 May.

Article 10. Combined offering.

In order to respond to personal needs and interests and to provide the possibility to reconcile training with work activity, with other activities or situations, the offer of these teachings for people adults and young people in special circumstances may be combined between face-to-face and distance learning systems at the same time, provided that the same modules are not cured in both modes at the same time.

Article 11. Offer for adults.

1. The professional modules of this training cycle associated with the competence of the National Catalogue of Professional Qualifications may be the subject of a modular offer for adults.

2. This training will be developed with an open and flexible methodology, adapted to the conditions, capabilities and personal needs that enable them to reconcile learning with other activities and responsibilities, in compliance with the Chapter I of Title IV of Royal Decree 1147/2011 of 29 July 2011. In addition, such training shall be capitalizable in order to obtain a professional training certificate, in order to obtain evidence of the established access requirements.

3. In order to reconcile learning with other activities and responsibilities, the Provincial Directorates and the Board of Education may establish specific measures to comply with the provisions of Article 41 of Royal Decree 1147/2011, July 29, and enable a face-to-face and remote offering simultaneously.

4. In order to promote training throughout life, the Directorate-General for Vocational Training of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport may authorise the Provincial Directorates and the Education Ministry to give the training, in the centres of their competence, of professional modules organised in training units of shorter duration. In this case, each learning result, with its evaluation criteria and its corresponding block of contents, will be the minimum and indivisible unit of partition.

Single additional disposition. Authorization to impart these teachings.

The Provincial Directorates and the Board of Education will deal with the Directorate-General for Vocational Training with the authorization to provide the teaching of this training cycle, in full or in part, in In-person and distance-based arrangements, of the institutions that request it and comply with the requirements required under the current legislation.

Final disposition first. Application of the order.

The Directorate-General for Vocational Training, in the field of its powers, is authorised to take the measures and to issue the necessary instructions for the implementation of the provisions of this order.

Final disposition second. Implementation of these teachings.

1. The first course of the training cycle referred to in Article 1 of this order shall be implemented in the course 2015-2016.

2. The second course of the training cycle referred to in Article 1 of this order shall be implemented in the course of 2016-2017.

Final disposition third. Entry into force.

This order will take effect the day following your publication in the "Official State Bulletin".

Madrid, 21 July 2015.-The Minister of Education, Culture and Sport, Iñigo Méndez de Vigo and Mr Mondez.


Professional modules

1. Professional Module: Maintenance and verification of the operation of the material means used in the prevention of fire and emergency risks.

Code: 1528.


a) Preparation and implementation of personal protective equipment:

Selection of individual protective equipment. Features. Categories and pictograms.

Use of individual protective equipment. Conservation and maintenance.

Further technical instructions and standards associated with the manufacture, use and maintenance of equipment. Technical requirements and obligations arising from the regulations of equipment and specific legislation.

Characteristics, techniques, use, maintenance, cleaning and breakdowns or frequent defects of personal protective equipment for firefighters (helmets, individual protective garments, parquet garments, gloves, boots, and specialised suits, among others). Chemical protection suit level II (anti-splatter) and chemical protection suit NBQ level III (encapsulated).

Levels and typology of intervention in emergencies and the provision of necessary personal protective means for each of them.

Regulations for personal protective equipment used in the prevention and extinction of fires.

b) Preparation and commissioning of respiratory protection equipment:

Physiology of breathing. Non-breathable atmospheres: products of combustion, smoke, carbon monoxide, hydrocyanic acid, choking atmospheres, dangerous and deadly exposures, and toxic and corrosive gases.

Respiratory protection equipment: filter equipment and line, closed, and open self-contained breathing equipment.

Open-loop autonomous breathing equipment (ERA) components: compressed air bottle, shoulder, mask, pulmoautomatic valve, and manorreducer.

Equipment inspection and breakdown detection: pressure check, leakage, positive pressure and low pressure acoustic warning device in bottle.

Correct placement and withdrawal of the ERA.

Maintenance Guidelines: Daily and Periodic. Cleaning and basic maintenance of the ERA. Periodic maintenance of the ERA by a specialised company.

Breathable air bottles: typology. Periodic reviews and tests of breathable air bottles.

Breathable Air Bottle Recharge Procedures. Calculation of air consumption.

Application regulations for the loading and inspection of ERA, according to typology and use. Regulation of pressure equipment for loading and inspection of bottles of autonomous respiratory equipment for underwater activities and surface work.

Compressors: parts thereof, operation and prevention of occupational risks. Maintenance guidelines: inspection, breakdown detection and basic and periodic maintenance.

Basic safety standards in the use of ERA.

c) Preparation, commissioning and basic maintenance of equipment and tools used in interventions:

Folding of hoses. Driving hoses: use pressure, standard diameters, connection fittings and racers. Tapaleaks and salvamangueras. Connection elements: forks, reductions, and adapters.

Equipment and supplies of fire water supply: hydrants, irrigation mouths, columns and keys.

Equipment, tools and water suction tools: hoses, foot valve and keys. Pumps: pumps, electro-pumps and turbopumps.

Equipment and useful fire attack with water. Soon relief reels: low pressure and high pressure. Spears: solid jet, triple effect, hollow jet, monitor. Cut from spears for maintenance.

Cleaning of pre-mixers and fire attack equipment with foam. Pre-mixer for aspiration, low-and medium-expansion spear. High-expansion foam generators. Foams and dosages.

Fans and smoke extractors. Batefires and backpacks. Thermal vision cameras.

Maintenance of potabilizing units. Assembly and measurement schemes.

Electrical equipment and low and high pressure lifting cushions. Electrical and hot-work equipment for cutting and demolishing: electric generators, plasma cutting equipment, oxycorte equipment, tronder saw, grinder or electric radial, electro-saw and chainsaw, portable to battery drill, saw portable battery and hammer hammer. Lighting bulbs and balloons.

Water cutting and separation equipment. Hydraulic group. Hydraulic separator. Hydraulic shear. Hydraulic cylinders. Hoses with CORE system.

Traction and Drag Equipment: cabestrant and tractel.

Victims detection teams in sinks: detection by sound and image detection.

Individual materials for mandatory use in aquatic salvage: wetsuit, helmet, vest, gloves, beetle, goggles and fins.

Collective use materials: safety rope, buoys and rescue tubes, boards, immobilization elements, pneumatic vessel, floating nest, rescue bike, lighting systems, reels, cutting elements and specific access or evacuation materials.

Tools used in stoning and propping. Chainsaw. Hand saw. Ear hammer. Tongs. Wooden bit. Goat's leg. Plumped. Level. Squad. Fake squad. Flanges. English key. Telescopic strut. Pot. Cortafrios. Pointer. Catalan palette. Shovel terrera. Shovel azadon. Zapapico. Iron Mace.

Tools used in the progression with strings. Anchoring material. Special materials. Maintenance and expiration of materials. Textiles and ropes, ribbons and harnesses. Salvage scales. UNE standard EN 1147. Staircases: of hooks, of garfios, of antepecho and extensible or sliding ladder. Great stairs. Advantages and disadvantages of wood, fibre and aluminium scales. Maintenance.

Tools and equipment for electrical risk protection (sidewalks and insulating carpets, salvage pertigas, insulating tools, and hand-fuses).

Hazardous substance detectors and meters: Explosimeters, gas detectors and radioactivity detectors.

Sanitary material: boob, stretchers, vacuum mattresses and pulmoautomatic rectors.

First-level operation and maintenance of radio communications equipment. Fixed and portable radio stations. Feeders, batteries and antennas. Electric radio coverage. Simple radio communication networks, with repeaters and dynamic frequency allocation.

d) First-level maintenance and check of the state and operation of emergency vehicles:

Operation and components of explosion engines and diesel engines. Two-stroke and four-stroke engines. Propulsion. Front-wheel drive and full propulsion.

Difference between urban and 4x4 vehicles: suspensions, transmission, differentials, main parts, minimum height, angle of attack, angle of overturning, wading and radius of rotation. European standard for fire vehicles.

Maintenance. Types of oils, fats and other fluids. Grease from missions. Control of the level and replenishment of motor oil, hydraulic oils and other fluids. Grease from missions. Electrical installation of the vehicles. Cold start system. Preventive measures to be taken during the maintenance of vehicles.

Storage, handling and treatment of fuels, water and oils. Fuel circuit and its components. Regulations related to the handling and storage of fuel. Prevention and control of oil pollution. Lubricating oil circuits: components.

Analysis and treatment of water for engines and boilers.

e) Checking the envelopes of emergency vehicles:

Self-pumps: light urban pump, heavy urban pump, light forest pump, heavy forest pump, light pump, light pump, and heavy motherly pump.

Other extinguishing and salvage vehicles: automatic self-scaling, autocranes, semi-automatic self-scaling, manual self-scaling, articulated self-arm, and extensible self-arm. Vans: of useful, of apey and propping, of air reserve and of dangerous goods. Special vehicles of the fire services.

Road Safety Act and other appropriate regulations.

Hydraulic installation of self-scaling or self-crane vehicles: features and basic maintenance.

Endowment of material from emergency vehicles. Location and stowage.

Types of pumps. Centrifugal pumps: parts of a pump, low pressure pumps, high pressure pumps and combined pumps. Characteristic curves of the pumps. Rules for use, aspiration and priming of the pump. Principles of aspiration.

Automatic foams of foams: typology, control system, flow meters, injection pumps and foams. Basic cleaning and maintenance.

f) Maintenance of infrastructure for the prevention and extinction of forest fires:

Forest fire prevention infrastructure. Types and characteristics. Required state of conservation and operability.

Forest Fire Extinguishing Infrastructures. Types and characteristics. Required state of conservation and operability.

Problems with the conservation and operation of forest fire prevention and extinction infrastructures. Preventive measures and corrective measures in the face of the reduction of the operation of the infrastructure.

Requirements for the maintenance and adequacy of forest fire prevention and extinction infrastructures. Types of maintenance work necessary for the prevention and extinction infrastructures. Human and material media needs of the main maintenance works. Assessment of the cost of the work. Main risks of maintenance work.

Reports and inventories on forest fire prevention and extinction infrastructures.

g) Maintenance and use of forest fire extinguishing equipment and tools:

Equipment and tools used in the extinction of forest fires. Types and characteristics. Common and particular uses.

Proper state of forest fire extinguishing equipment and tools to ensure their operability and effectiveness.

Average life of forest fire extinguishing equipment and tools. Problems arising from the continued use of equipment and tools. Problems arising from improper use of equipment and tools.

Equipment maintenance techniques and forest fire extinguishing tools. Average costs of repairs and replacements for forest fire extinguishing equipment and tools.

Adequate storage and transportation conditions for forest fire extinguishing equipment and tools.

Inventory fulfillment and update methods.

2. Professional module: Surveillance and operational intervention in forest fires.

Code: 1529.


a) Application of forest fire information detection, localization and reporting techniques:

Identification of Risk Items. Activities and uses likely to generate a forest fire.

Surveillance and detection of forest fires. Media. Provision of first attack of the means used in the monitoring of forest fires. Principles for the establishment of surveillance routes based on the risk and means available.

Localization of forest fires. Means and equipment used. Uses. Mapping management and interpretation.

Characterization of forest fires. Analysis of the columns of smoke according to the typology of the fire. Relevant information. Features and intervention needs in the first attack.

Characterization of the forest fire start zone: topography, vegetation, population and settlements, infrastructure and economic activities.

Transmission of forest fire information. Analysis and synthesis of information obtained during surveillance. Communication standards and protocols according to the average employee.

Estimate of required media. Estimated times of displacement. Displacement procedures and protocols depending on the type of intervention unit.

b) Preparing for intervention in a forest fire:

Preparing individual protection equipment. Teams. Uses and procedures for the verification and placement of PPE. Selection criteria according to type of intervention.

Preparing communications and localization equipment. Teams. Verification of operability. Operation of communications and location equipment.

Preparation of forest fire intervention equipment and tools. Equipment and tools. Moving equipment and tools. Verification of the operability. Common and specific uses.

Route selection. Safety standards for travel. Vehicle limitations. Minimum needs of the tracks and paths. Route of optimal routes. Calculation of times.

c) Land-side transfer to the forest fire site:

Transport vehicles and forest fires. Uses on the ground. Light and heavy forest self-pumps. Self-pumps. Tools and equipment accessories.

Specifications for vehicles for the transport and extinction of forest fires. Specific equipment: towing devices, hydraulic installation, tanks, fixed devaners, foam generator equipment, equipment and equipment. Uses according to typology of the intervention.

Driving vehicles for the transport and extinction of forest fires. Light and heavy vehicle driving techniques.

Driving techniques for roads and forest tracks. Driver integration with the vehicle. Ergonomics.

d) Organization of the helitransport to the site of the fire and work with aerial means:

Assessing the behavior of the fire from helicopter.

Helitransport of personnel and means of extinction: types and characteristics of transport helicopters. Boarding protocols: placement of the helibalde and the aspiration mangote. Rules for the transport of personnel by helicopter. Rules for the transport of fuel by helicopter. Transport protocols for tools and equipment for extinction. Landing protocols. Communication protocols with the commander and with the exterior.

Air media in the extinction of forest fires. Use of intervention helicopters: transport and extinction helicopters, helicopter gunships and helicopters for coordination, communication and sending of images. Use of intervention aircraft: amphibious aircraft, ground cargo aircraft, mixed amphibious aircraft/cargo on land, and aircraft for coordination, communication and sending of images.

Working procedures with air media. Protocol for loading and unloading water and retardant substances, in aircraft, from land. He worked from land with aerial means. Safety standards. Communication with air media. Protocols. Aeronautical alphabet.

Limitations on the performance of the air media. Civil aviation regulations. Other limitations according to media type.

e) Operational intervention in situ in forest fires:

Assessment of the evolution of the forest fire. Verification of the goods affected by the fire.

Selection and use of tools and equipment for extinction: pulasky, azada, mcleod, shovel, palin, gorgui, batefires, podón, chainsaw, explosion extinguisher, drip torch and extinguishing backpack, among others. Vehicles and machinery: bulldozer, self-pump and truck, among others.

Work protocols and safety standards with aerial means for ground personnel.

Types and use of direct attack techniques: with manual tool and hose laying, among others.

Types and jobs of indirect attack techniques: with line of defense, line to two feet, burn of sanche and fire, among others.

Types and use of water and chemical retardant chemicals.

Risks and security measures. Features. Advantages and disadvantages. Operation manuals with retardants.

Strategies and tactics used in the extinction of forest fires. Phases of a forest fire: active, stabilized, controlled and extinguished fire. Zoning of a forest fire: front, flanks, tail and others. Sectors. Fires in urban-forest interface areas. Particularities. Interpretation of topographical maps (scales, level curves and altitudes).

Organizational structure of the fight against forest fires. Emergency management system. Principles and characteristics. Start-up. Organizational and command structure in initial attack, extended attack and large fire.

Valuation of logistical and avittualling needs. Needs for avittualling and rest in the work in extinction of forest fires. Types of warning and minimum requirements. Logistical resource needs in forest fires. Major media breakdowns, equipment and tools during forest fire.

Rules and communication protocols of the forest fire. Communications by broadcaster and other devices. Specifications with air means.

3. Professional module: Operational intervention in the extinction of urban fires.

Code: 1530.


a) Transfer to the site of the fire:

Preparing or assembling individual protective equipment in the extinction of urban fires. Procedure for the verification and control of PPE. Correct uses during the intervention. Preventions. Ergonomics in the use of equipment.

Preparation of respiratory protection equipment. Verification and placement procedures. Correct uses. Preventions.

Preparation of fire intervention equipment, tools and tools. Verification and stowage procedures.

Selection of routes and location of water supply means. Reading of urban maps. Optimal routes. Location of hydrants and other media.

Regulations and documentation of vehicles. Vehicle preparation and verification of accessories and tools in vehicles.

Procedures and techniques for the use of fire and rescue vehicles. Self-pumps: light and heavy urban, and nurse. Self-escalator. Rescue vehicles. Vehicles: rescue, vehicle-crane and material transport.

Characteristics of vehicles used in urban fires. Specific equipment according to type.

Driving emergency and effective emergency vehicles.

Techniques in driving heavy emergency vehicles in the face of various situations: roundabout, safety distance, curves and driving by train. Driving on tracks in difficult conditions: water, ice and wind.

Driver integration with the vehicle and ergonomics.

c) Intervention in fires in the presence of electricity:

Characteristics and typology of electrical systems with fire risk: central, transport lines, high voltage distribution, substations and low voltage distribution lines. Transformation centers: classification and elements.

Effects of the electrical current on the human organism.

Low voltage distribution networks, affected and link facilities: classification and elements.

Personal security items: isolation material. Correct uses and application of security protocols.

Means of detection and measurement for low, medium, and high voltage.

Security Distance.

Firefighting maneuvers in the presence of electricity. Extinction techniques with extinguishing agents. CO2 extinguishers. Dust extinguishers. Safety work procedures in the extinction of a fire in the presence of electricity.

d) Control and extinction of indoor fires:

Effective use of water as an extinguishing agent in an indoor fire. Methods of extinction: direct, indirect, open, closed, gas cooling and offensive.

Fire development in a ventilated compartment.

Fire development in an unventilated compartment.

Recommendations in the work procedures.

Internal fire safety measures.

Ventilation in indoor fires.

Diving techniques in pairings: Advance on a wall, advance without reference, tracing and searching for people in housing, fire attack, descent of stairs and turns, detection and removal of obstacles, transmission of information to the companion and use of a guide string.

e) Industrial fire control and extinction:

Products involved in an industrial fire and its risks.

Types of construction of industrial activity. Fixed extinguishing facilities in an industrial enclosure.

Factors involved in the development of an industrial fire.

Phases of an Industrial Fire: Affectation to a Sector or Area and Widespread Spread.

Industrial Fire Control And Extinction Maneuvers. Extinction. Cooling. Gas abatement.

Use of the appropriate means of extinction: drive systems, semi-rigid drive hoses, hose connection systems and extinction launches, among others. Security procedures.

Methods and techniques of smoke ventilation in industrial fires. Ventilation of high-rise buildings.

Use of the intervention and safety equipment: PPE, ERA and chemical protection suit. Security protocols.

f) Control and extinction of fires with hazardous substances:

Hazardous substances. Regulation on dangerous substances. Risks associated with hazardous substances.

Action plans in a fire with hazardous substances. Control and extinguishing manoeuvres with dangerous substances. Vehicles and containers for the transport of dangerous goods. Signalling of vehicles and containers.

Access control procedures to the disaster zone.

Means of adequate extinction and containment. Use and dosing of automatic foams.

Use of hazardous substance detection devices and equipment.

Interventions in accidents involving hazardous substances.

4. Professional Module: Operational intervention in events of natural, technological and anthropolic origin.

Code: 1531.


a) Intervention in collapsed structures, partially collapsed or at risk of collapse and in ground sinks:

Common pathologies in buildings. State of ruin. Displacement of pillars. Unstable walls. Forged. Covers. Ladders.

Procedures and systems for strengthening structural elements. Displacement of land. Buries. Bataches. Propping and stoning. Formwork and work with wood. Demolition of parts and debris. Lifting, dragging, shooting and displacement of large loads. Selective withdrawals. Discharge of machinery or elements of weight and vibration.

Assessment of the state of buildings. Symptoms of the building's injuries. Separation of structural elements. Cutting of wood, metal and concrete. Cutting tools. Welding techniques. Collapses and collapses. Causes, types and characteristics of structural collapses. Survival gaps, risks, access and hidden victim locations. Influence of natural phenomena on buildings in bad condition. Protection of fundamental and secondary elements in the face of these phenomena. Material disaggregation.

Sanitation of the facade and covers. Injuries on facades. Means used. Use of mechanical tools. Use of power tools. Urban vehicles. Self-escalator. Security protocols.

Causes of pathologies in building: techniques, accidental and provoked.

Constructive analysis. Types of structures. Types of land. Types of materials used under construction. Facilities in buildings.

(b) Emergency intervention in energy installations in buildings, public roads or interurban areas, housing, business, urban and interurban (distribution systems):

Intervention in gas installations in buildings. Location. Arrangement and situation. Use symbology. Basic components. Pipes and pipes. Deposits. Attacked. Distribution networks. Consumer appliances. Gases: densities and behaviors.

Intervention in electrical installations in buildings. Location. Arrangement and situation. Use symbology. Basic components. Low voltage distribution networks. Electrical connections. Centres of transformation. Risks arising from work with electrical energy installations. Safety standards and standards in works with electrical installations.

Intervention in water facilities in buildings. Location. Arrangement and situation. Use symbology. Basic components. Pipes and pipes. Devices. Valves. Pumps and depots.

Heating, air conditioning and ventilation installations. Location. Arrangement and situation. Use symbology. Basic heating components. Boilers and burners. Piping and heating elements. Basic components of air conditioning. Heat pump. Climatizers. Conditioners. Condensation consoles. Basic ventilation components. Types of ventilation. Natural forced. Natural. Evacuation by smoke in homes, premises and garages.

Transportation facilities. Escalators. Lifts and hoists.

(c) Intervention in the face of risks caused by hazardous substances:

Risks associated with hazardous substances in urban and peri-urban environments.

Explosive substances.


Flammable liquids.

Oxidant substances and organic peroxides.

Toxic substances.

Infectious substances.

Radioactive substances.

Corrosive substances.

Use of devices and detection equipment.

Intervention techniques with hazardous substances: gas abatement, liquid containment, containment of solids and transfers.

Use of spill containment and control levees. Other vehicles and containers for the transport of dangerous goods. Signage.

Decontamination procedures for victims and interveners. Intervention material.

Use of nuclear, biological and chemical (NBQ) protective suits with hazardous substances. Risks in wearing the suits. Security procedures.

Use of protective equipment (PPE and ERA) with hazardous substances.

d) Intervention against risks produced by hazardous substances NBQ.

Identification of chemical, biological and nuclear risks in urban environments.

Use of relief, decontamination and communications equipment equipment. Security protocols.

Storage, packaging, and transport regulations: labels, panels, shipping cards, and container shapes, among others.

Techniques and procedures for the treatment of dangerous substances. Neutralization, dilution, venting, relicado, tapering, covering, overpacking, dispersion, nebulization, cleaning or removal. Measurement of contamination levels according to the type of substance.

Measurement and sampling of affected areas. Safety treatment of the samples.

Characteristics and properties of the subjects involved: density, viscosity, water solubility, mixture, reaction, changes of state and pressure of steam, among others.

Risk of explosion and fire: BLEVE, Boilover, Slopover and Frothover.

decontamination procedures and equipment.

Use of chemical protective suits. Level II and III suits of work NBQ. Use of PPE and EPR. Security protocols.

Coordination procedures with bodies and security forces in situations of risk with NBQ substances in an urban environment.

e) Techniques of support for the population in situations of risk to people, property or the environment, derived from torrential storms, floods and uncontrolled aquatic environment:

Use of electric pumps, motor pumps, and water pumps.

Vertical and horizontal butrone opening procedures.

Use and maintenance of manual public address or mobile units, noise and lighting warning systems and others, to potential people with hearing, visual or motor impairment. Communication techniques in situations of collective risk.

Caudales, rivers, ravines and characteristics of water flows. Laminations and elements of limitation or containment of flows. Consequences and techniques or procedures for urgent withdrawal.

Measurement of levels and flow rates. Flood risk maps, flood isochronas at risk points, and traffic vials. Use of achique pumps and equipment for plugging and containment of avenues and riads. Provisional rescue or mooring facilities for persons in buoyancy. Surface mooring elements in avenues or riads, anchorages, functionality, placement and risks arising from a poor installation.

Use of electric, mechanical and hydraulic pumps. Types of pumps, flow rates and pressures.

Special Sludge Pumps. Use, functionality and maintenance.

Levee procedures. Formwork and masonry equipment and systems.

Use of special vehicles for urban work. A vehicle with a snowplough wedge. Work vehicles in height. Workshop vehicles with technical equipment for work in buildings (proppant and achiques). Crane or pen vehicles. Cargo vehicles, shovels, retros and movement and ground displacement equipment. Other vehicles for urban use: boats, trolleys, forklifts and conveyor belts.

Tree removal procedures or other urban obstacles in danger. Use of chainsaws, cold and hot cutting equipment (plasma, oxyacetylene and radial). Use of shooting and/or fastening equipment (tractel, cablestrants and pulleys, among others). Measurement, assessment and water purification (PH, salinity and calcification). Chemical neutralization elements.

f) Technical support for the population and restoration of normality in situations of potential risk:

Use, assembly and maintenance of portable water purification stations, sewage storage and interim sanitation networks.

Use and applications of portable lighting stations, electric power generating sets and electrical supply or extension facilities. Use of working tools for the assembly of electrical elements. Rescue tools for electrical hazards such as insulating sidewalks, dielectric gloves, rescue pole and fuse cutting, among others.

Electrical hazards, electrical accidents, and rescue of people in electrical risk. PPE for electrical risk.

Driving vehicles.

Prescribed burning techniques. Prescription criteria. Prescription and evaluation sheets. Regulations. Risks. Perimeter of farms.

Animal rescue. Characteristics of the behavior. The manipulation of animals. Chemical and physical capture systems. Safe use of stairs. Techniques of apiculture management of swarms, packaging and mobility. Behavior of swarms and colonies. Use and safety of chemical deterrent elements.

Use of tools, PPE and collective means of protection in animal work. Capture tools: nets, bonds, salabres, bags and hooks, among others. Hoisting of animals with mechanical, aerial or manual means. Guidelines for the use of special harnesses. Precautions for the removal of dead animals. Use of disinfectant elements according to regulations.

5. Professional Module: Operational intervention in rescue and rescue activities.

Code: 1532.


a) Rescue and Rescue in Height:

Legislation and legislation on jobs in height and confined spaces. Use of progression tools by ropes. Basic physical concepts applied to the use of strings and tool progression by ropes.

Technical standards for prevention of work in height. Correct and incorrect characteristics and uses of the individual and collective material used in works in height: ropes, tapes, delivery plates, harness, mooring elements, anchorage cabs, decenders, blockers, anti-caida elements, connectors, fixed anchorages, pulleys, composite pulleys, pulleys with brake, tripods, turrets and stretchers.

Running the knots. Framing, anchoring, joining, blocking, directional, tensioning and special. Running the knots.

Dynamic chain of safety, fall factor, shock force, lever effect, pulley effect, dynamic and static locking, and detours.

Security anchor systems: online and in triangle.

Techniques: anchorages, decreases by ropes, progression, life lines, climbing by ropes, step of falling and climbing fractionations, zip lines, polybrakes and hoists.

Climb and descent rescue procedures on cote 0. Rapel insured, evacuation by descent with evacuation triangle or with stretcher. Progression with rope: by structure and by scale of insured hooks. Evacuations by ascent: with an evacuation triangle or with a stretcher.

Rescue with self-scale. Approach, safety measures and victim assurance.

Salvage Scales. UNE-EN 1147 standard. Wooden and fibre stairs. Usage and maintenance recommendations.

b) Rescue of people trapped in elevators, elevators and enclosed spaces:

Description and typology of the lifts: electric, hydraulic and spindle. Elements to be taken into account during the intervention: room of machines, manoeuvres, general switch, lift hole, cabin, counterweight, vehicle, stirrup, parachute, guard, guides and shock absorbers.

Safety measures for work in lifts. Use of the cutting and separation tools in the interventions in lifts and enclosed spaces.

Rescue procedure in lifts with people locked up.

Rescue procedure in lifts with people trapped.

Procedure for rescue in lifts with victims by precipitation.

Forced input. Non-destructive door-opening techniques (non-destructive quick access), destructive (by hand levers, by means of hydraulics and by means of a strike) and by the handling of closures (by means of lock action and action in padlock).

Specific applications of rescue and mobilization techniques in enclosed spaces.

c) Rescue in traffic accidents and other means of transport:

The rescue in traffic accidents: technical components and medical components. The life cycle of the rescue: notification and response, displacement and location of vehicles, beacon and signalling, stabilization, release, removal and mobilization of victims. Termination.

Organization of the intervention. Command and control, delegation and transfer of command. Coordination with health teams.

Risk control. Location of emergency vehicles. Approach, location of vehicles and signage. Vehicle stabilization maneuvers: on a side, on the roof and on the emergency. Traffic control by traffic agents.

Assessment of probable risks by hazardous substances, by fire or by electrical systems. Fuel spills and other liquids and fluids from the vehicle.

Use of release tools: hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical, cutting and manual. Protective elements. Security rules.

Victim access maneuvers and release: removal of crystals, removal of doors, roof removal, splatter displacement and side dismounts. Rescues in trucks and buses.

Risks, preventive and operational measures in rescues in railway accidents. Grounding of the catenary.

Risks, preventive and operational measures in tunnel rescues.

Mobilization techniques inside the vehicle. Basic maneuvers, extractions and emergency mobilizations. Special cases.

d) Saving people and rescuing objects in the aquatic environment:

Use of material for the rescue of persons on the surface of the aquatic environment: individual materials (wetsuit, helmet, vest, gloves, scarpins, goggles and fins) and collectives (safety rope, buoys and tubes) rescue, boards, immobilization elements, pneumatic vessel, floating nest and rescue bike. Risks and prevention of the same in aquatic rescue.

Victims ' location techniques in the aquatic environment: beacon, street, circular, and increases.

Water rescue action sequence: water input, approach, control, trailer and water extraction. Techniques to get into the water. Swimming adapted to salvage.

Victim control and zafature techniques. Direct towing techniques "body to body". Towing techniques using rescue material.

Water extraction techniques from a crashed.

Water rescue in waters with current: walking assured, swimming, maneuver with rocket launchers and maneuver with zip line.

Visual signals for communication.

e) Localization and rescue of people buried, in confined spaces or in open spaces:

constructive typologies. Traditional techniques, metal structures and reinforced concrete structures. The collapse and collapse of the buildings. Typology: in cantilever, in cantilever, in the form of V, stratified, lateral fall and combined sinking.

General Security of Interventions. Safety zones and escape routes. Unsafe conditions and actions. Use of individual protective equipment.

Work procedure in collapsed structures: recognition and evaluation, distribution of work area, assignment of functions, rescue of surface-crashed and search and location of non-visible victims. Stabilization of structures and opening of holes. Removal and transport of victims. Removal of debris.

Distribution of work zones for the location of victims. Recognition and assessment of the area of collapse or confinement. Signalling of areas inspected. Search techniques: surface search and poorly damaged structures, search for possible gaps in survival, search after selective removal or total debris. Contact with the victims.

Stabilization of structural elements. Emergency apels, constructive conditions of the apels and procedure for performing an apet. Buries: light, semi-skilled and curd.

Drilling and cutting equipment and tools: oxyfuel, plasma cutting, hydraulic equipment, circular saws and drill hammers. Security usage and standards.

Dedebris operations. Precautions before different collapses: masonry and forged wood, masonry and concrete vignettes, reinforced concrete structure with concrete vignettes, metallic structure and steel beams, metallic structure and concrete vignettes. Drilling on structural elements. Containment of slides.

Maneuvers of force. Use of traction and drag tools. Risks and precautions. Use of lifting tools: cushions, cylinders, levers, steel cables, chains, shackles, pulleys, slings and anchoring systems. Execution of maneuvers.

Release and transport of injured persons: without stretcher, with stretcher and vertical evacuation.

Work procedures on decreases and promotions in confined spaces. Risks in confined spaces: physical, mechanical, chemical and atmospheric. Precautions for access and evacuation of firefighter and victim.

Locating people in open spaces. Zoning and coordination. Using trace dogs.

6. Professional Module: Inspection of establishments, events and facilities for the prevention of fires and emergencies.

Code: 1533.


a) Checking existing passive protection systems in establishments, events and facilities:

Basic fire safety legislation: building technical code (CTE) and fire safety regulations in industrial establishments.

Sector and area of fire. Uses of buildings according to CTE.

Level of intrinsic risk and typology of buildings in industrial establishments. Size of maximum sectors. Unlimited sector and minimum risk sector.

Sectorizing elements. European classification of the sectorizing elements. Classification justification: theoretical justification, classification and marking reports.

Structural resistance. Structural protection: typology, massiveness and calculation of application thicknesses. Equivalent time and simplified calculation systems. Maintenance of passive protection elements.

b) Checking the conditions of evacuation of persons in establishments, events and facilities:

Densities and occupancy calculation.

Output types based on site and building. Staircases and corridors protected. Specially protected stairs. Vestibulos de independencia.

Evacuation origin and maximum evacuation routes and in the bottom of the bag. Minimum number of outputs.

Capacity of the various means of evacuation. Safe outer space. Assigning people to exits and locking hypotheses.

Valid doors for evacuation. Door retention systems. Requirements for emergency lighting. Development of an evacuation in enclosed spaces and open spaces.

Evacuation signaling.

Fuels fuel. European classification and its justification. Protection of combustible elements.

Design conditions for all people.

c) Checking existing active security systems in establishments, events and installations:

Minimum requirements regarding characteristics, use, documentary accreditation and maintenance guidelines for active protection systems: fire extinguishers, fire hydrants equipped, water supply system, column dry, automatic fire detection, fire alarm system and automatic fire extinguishing facilities.

Typologies, performance and recommended uses of fire extinguishers, fire hydrants and fire detection and automatic extinguishing systems.

New technologies for firefighting: halocarbonate agents, inert gases, nebulized water systems, CAF and aerosol generators.

Hum and heat control systems. Ventilation through ducts. Differential pressurization of protected spaces. Extraction of fumes in garages: natural or forced, extraction of smoke and heat through exutories with natural or forced draught.

Manual Use Active Protection Media Signage. Minimum requirements for active protection in activities and establishments. Relationship to the likely risks based on their use, surface, evacuation height, intrinsic risk level and other existing risks.

Design conditions for all people.

d) Checking the accessibility, urban conditions and networks of existing hydrants in establishments, events and installations:

Use and disposal of emergency vehicles in intervention. Relationship to the vials and accesses.

Dimensions and minimum characteristics of approach vials, the environment of buildings and facades. Access to closed apples and transit over squares with underground. Common problems in the accessibility of emergency vehicles.

Type of hydrants. Use, location and performance of hydrants. Hydrant signalling: vertical signalling and by means of cap and steel painting.

Dry column usage, location, and capabilities.

Street, data-taking and routes for emergency vehicles.

Hydrant review tabs, dry columns, and itinerary selection.

Managing the collected information.

e) Checking for self-protection and emergency planning in inspected establishments, events and facilities:

Legal fundamentals of emergency planning. Territorial and special plans.

The municipal emergency plan: objectives, functions, stakeholders, coordination and responsibilities.

The basic self-protection rule: scope and structure. Identification of headlines, description of the activity, inventory, analysis and risk assessment.

Risk and fire prevention.

Risks in activities with public agglomeration.

Material and human media inventory. Maintenance of the facilities. Action plan for emergencies. Integration of the self-protection plan. Implementing and updating the self-protection plan.

The organization of the emergency: roles, roles, communications, performances, external assistance, and responsibilities.

Planning for self-protection and safety in spectacles with fireworks.

Basic training of the first intervention team: fire theory, fire extinguishers, fire extinguishers and fire hydrants, and individual protective equipment. Risks and procedures for action.

The rules for pyrotechnic articles and cardboard.

7. Professional Module: Initial health care in emergency situations.

Code: 0055.


a) Recognition of vital commitment signs:

Physiopathology of the respiratory process: respiratory mechanics, respiratory rate and chest injuries. Signs and symptoms.

Physiopathology of the circulation: cardiac cycle, heart rate, pulse and blood pressure. Signs and symptoms.

Neurological physiopathology: changes in the level of consciousness.

Signs of vital engagement in adult, child and infant.

ABC (Airway Breathing Circulation) initial assessment process: estimation of airway permeability, observation of ventilation, and observation of circulation.

Taking vital constants: respiratory rate, heart rate, pulse, temperature, hair filling time, and blood pressure.

Assessment of the level of consciousness. Quantitative assessment. Glasgow coma scale.

Scan protocols.

Take action safely by showing confidence in yourself.

b) Basic life support techniques application:

cardiorespiratory arrest. Concept and causes.

Airway permeability control.

Basic cardiac electrophysiology. Properties of the myocardial cells: automatism, conductivity, excitability and contractility. Heart conduction system. Electrocardiogram. Stress electrocardiogram.

Rhythm disorders: bradycardia, tachycardia, and fibrillation.

Basic and instrumental cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Mouth-to-mouth breathing. Breath-nose breath. Ventilation with resuscitation mask. Self-inflatable bag ventilation. External cardiac massage. Protocol based on patient (infant, child, and adult).

Indications of the ventilatory support.

Airway opening techniques: Maniobra frente-menton and jaw traction.

Permeabilization of the airway with oropharyngeal devices.

Airway cleaning and unclogging techniques.

Semi-automatic external defibrillation (DEA). Operation and maintenance of the automatic external defibrillator. Protocol for the use of the automatic external defibrillator. Data collection of an automatic external defibrillator. Utstein Method.

Post-resuscitation measures. Controls of: airway and respiration, circulation, brain function and temperature.

Application of security and personal self-protection standards and protocols.

c) Classification of victims:

Triage: concept, objectives, and general procedure.

First and second triage.

Triage position.

Assessment by severity criteria: inspection, evaluation and therapeutic decision.

Classification of initial triage methods based on their operational basis: functional methods, lesional methods, and mixed methods.

Categorization of victims and labeling procedure. First, second, third and fourth category.

Encoding and structure of triage cards: data and color codes.

Making decisions quickly. Self-protection. Environmental pressure control.

d) Classification of therapeutic actions in the care of multiple victims:

Urgency and emergency: concepts.

Comprehensive Emergency and Emergency System (SIE). Characteristics and structure of the comprehensive emergency and emergency system (SIE). The care chain. Emergency and emergency coordinator center.

Pre-hospital Decalogue. Phases.

Survival string. Links.

Lesional mechanisms according to the nature of the disaster. Injured in explosions. Crush syndrome. Compartment syndrome. Amputations. Inhalations of gases or particles. Traumatic choking.

General therapeutic targets in catastrophe medicine.

Therapeutic targets in the areas of rescue, relief and base.

8. Professional Module: Psychological support in emergency situations.

Code: 0058.


a) Recognition of behavior dysfunctions:

Introduction to General Psychology.

Personality development. Theories and types.

Evolutionary stages of the human being. Key features.

Principles of psychological care. Human needs.

Personality defense mechanisms.

Experiences associated with the process of getting sick. Anxiety. Uprooting. Devaluation.

Mechanisms of psychological adaptation to the experience of disease.

Unadjusted emotional reaction: anxiety, phobias, panic, and depression.

Durable neuropathological reaction.

Severe psychic reaction.

Psychological and behavioral reactions: normal and pathological.




b) Psychological support for patients:


Objectives of psychological support.

The role of the patient. Emotional activity. Theory of emotion.

Control of crisis situations. Mourning. Tension. Aggressiveness. Anxiety. Distress.

An emotional control strategy.

Protocol and technique of action with the family in crisis situation.

Psychological first aid. Behaviour of the population in the event of a disaster. Pre-critical period. Period of crisis. Period of reaction. Post-critical period.

Shock-inhibition reaction-stupor.

Panic reaction.


c) Psychological support for intervention teams:

Functions of the psychosocial team. Containment measures.

Psychology of teamwork.

Group Dynamics.

Communication and group relationship techniques.

Psychological reactions of the intervention members.

The role of the healthcare professional. Role of the patient. The help relationship.

Stress: etiology and pathophysiology.

Typical factors in a stress box.

Burn syndrome.

Vicarious Trauma.

Psychological help techniques for intervention teams. Mutual aid techniques. Emotional ventilation techniques.

d) Psychosocial communication:

Elements of the communication. Issuer. Receiver. Message. Communicative channels.

Communication types. Verbal language. Non-verbal language.

Difficulties of communication. Messages that make communication difficult.

Basic skills that improve interpersonal communication. Active listening. Negotiation. Assertiveness.

Communication and group relationship techniques.

Group Dynamics.

Sanitario-patient communication.

Indicative of physical and mental ill-treatment in verbal and non-verbal communication of the patient.

9. Professional Module: Coordination of equipment and emergency units.

Code: 1534.


a) Preparation and execution of drills and drills:

Drills and drills. Instruments for their development and driving: drill dash, driving procedures and protocols, and safety plan.

Participants: management, leadership and support team. Main features, requirements and functions.

Training for exercises and drills.

Drills and drills scenarios: main elements, security and setting.

Evaluation of drills and drills. Implementation of evaluation instruments and methods. Assessment of the organisation and assessment of the interveners.

b) Information, information and training actions for emergencies and civil protection:

Areas of training in the field of civil protection and emergencies: professional retraining, prevention of occupational risks, implementation of civil protection and self-protection plans, first intervention team, Second intervention teams and promotion of preventive culture.

Structure and development of training activities.

Development of training and information activities. Demonstration of operation and use of equipment.

Motivational environments and resources.

Dynamizing group activities.

Individualized attention. Guidance.

Design conditions for all people.

c) Monitoring the activities of communications centers or emergency operations rooms:

Communication centers or operating rooms. Types. Functions.

Systematic work. Chain of command and responsibility. Characteristics of the work of the operators of communications centers or operating rooms: treatment with the citizen, workload with peaks and valleys that can generate routine situations and work under pressure, need for decision making and treatment of malicious calls, among others. Professional profile.

Communication in emergencies: communication codes in emergencies, protocols for the reception of calls and data collection, and protocols for the dispatch and transfer of information.

Institutional communication procedures. Communications facilities and systems of communications centers and emergency operations rooms. Uses and capabilities.

Mobilization and operational coordination procedures for resources and resources. Mobilizing resources and resources: capabilities, availability, response time, continuous location, and alert systems.

Types of incidents, accidents, and hazardous events. Severity levels and emergency levels.

Documentary and cartographic bases.

Hazardous event and incident evolution simulators.

d) Coordination of work in emergencies:

Emergency coordination centers.

Defining the severity of an incident from information derived from different sources.

Interinstitutional Communications and direction of communication.

Organic situation in the command structure of an operation.

Monitoring and verifying the availability of materials needed for intervention. Procedures for action.

Using emergency information databases.

Alert procedures.

Negotiating and conflict resolution techniques.

Organization of institutional structures.

Using weather information. GIS Tools.

Communication protocols.

e) Monitoring of the activities and operation of emergency centres:

The emergency centers. Functions. Systematic work. Chain of command and responsibility.

Professional profile of the operational staff.

Service procedures.

Work teams. Composition and functions.

Administrative management of emergency center personnel.

Management of equipment and material means for emergency operations.

10. Professional module: Training and employment orientation.

Code: 1535.


a) Active job search:

Valuation of the importance of permanent training for the career and professional career of the technician in Emergencies and Civil Protection.

Analysis of personal interests, skills and motivations for the professional career.

Identification of training itineraries related to the technical in Emergencies and Civil Protection.

Responsible for learning itself. Knowledge of the requirements and expected fruits.

Definition and analysis of the professional title of Technical in Emergencies and Civil Protection.

Planning your own career:

Setting work goals, in the medium and long term, compatible with needs and preferences.

Realistic and consistent goals with current and projected training.

Job search process in small, mid-sized, and large companies in the industry.

Learning and employment opportunities in Europe. Europass, Ploteus.

Job search techniques and instruments.

Self-employment assessment as an alternative for professional insertion.

The decision-making process.

Setting a personal checklist of consistency between career plan, training, and aspirations.

b) Conflict management and work teams:

Methods for resolving or deleting the conflict. Assessment of the advantages and disadvantages of team work for the effectiveness of the organization.

Teams in the field of emergencies and civil protection according to the functions they perform.

Analysis of the training of work teams.

Features of an effective work team.

The participation in the work team. Analysis of the possible roles of their members.

Conflict: features, sources, and stages.

Methods for conflict resolution or suppression: mediation, reconciliation, and arbitration.

c) Job Contract:

The right of the job.

Intervention of public authorities in industrial relations.

Analysis of the individual labor relationship.

Determination of excluded labor relations and special labor relations.

Hiring contract modes and promotion measures.

Rights and duties arising from the employment relationship.

Working Conditions. Salary, work time and work rest.

Modifying, suspending, and extinguishing the work contract.

Representation of workers.

Collective bargaining as a means of reconciling the interests of workers and employers.

Analysis of a collective agreement applicable to the professional scope of the Emergency and Civil Protection technician.

Collective conflicts of work.

New work organization environments: subcontracting and teleworking, among others.

Benefits for workers in new organizations: flexibility and social benefits, among others.

d) Social Security, Employment and Unemployment:

The Social Security System as a basic principle of social solidarity.

Structure of the Social Security system.

Determination of the principal obligations of employers and workers in the field of social security: affiliation, ups, downs and contributions.

The protective action of Social Security.

Classes, requirements, and benefits.

Concept and situations that are protected by unemployment.

Systems of workers ' advice regarding their rights and duties.

e) Professional risk assessment:

Importance of preventive culture at all stages of professional activity.

Assessment of the relationship between work and health.

Analysis and determination of working conditions.

The concept of professional risk. Risk factor analysis.

Risk assessment in the company as a basic element of preventive activity.

Risk analysis linked to security conditions.

Risk analysis linked to environmental conditions.

Risk analysis linked to ergonomic and psychosocial conditions.

Specific risks in the field of emergencies and civil protection.

Determination of the possible health damage to the worker that can be derived from the identified risk situations.

f) Planning for risk prevention in the enterprise:

Rights and duties in the field of occupational risk prevention.

Responsibilities in the field of occupational risk prevention.

Managing prevention in the enterprise.

Representation of workers on preventive matters.

Public bodies related to the prevention of occupational risks.

Planning for prevention in the enterprise.

Emergency and evacuation plans in work environments.

Elaboration of an emergency plan in a small or medium enterprise in the sector.

g) Application of prevention and protection measures in the enterprise:

Determination of individual and collective prevention and protection measures.

Action protocol in an emergency situation.

First aid. Medical urgency. Basic concepts.

Application of first aid techniques.

Training for workers in the field of emergency plans.

Surveillance of workers ' health.

11. Professional module: Enterprise and entrepreneurial initiative.

Code: 1536.


a) Entrepreneurship Initiative:

Innovation and economic development. Main features of innovation in the activity of intervention in emergencies and civil protection (materials, technology and organization of production, among others).

Entrepreneurial culture as a social need.

The entrepreneurial character.

Key factors for entrepreneurs: initiative, creativity and training.

Collaboration between entrepreneurs.

The performance of entrepreneurs as employees of an organization related to emergency intervention and civil protection.

The performance of entrepreneurs as entrepreneurs in the field of emergency intervention and civil protection.

The risk in entrepreneurial activity.

Concept of entrepreneur. Requirements for the exercise of business activity.

Personal goals versus business goals.

Business Plan: the business idea in the field of emergency intervention and civil protection.

Good practices of entrepreneurial culture in the activity of emergency intervention and civil protection at the local level.

b) The company and its environment:

Basic company functions.

The enterprise as a system.

The overall business environment.

Analysis of the overall environment of an organization related to emergency intervention and civil protection.

The company's specific environment.

Analysis of the specific environment of an organization related to emergency intervention and civil protection.

Relations of an organization of intervention activities in emergencies and civil protection with their environment.

Relations of an organization of intervention activities in emergencies and civil protection with the society as a whole.

Company culture: corporate image.

Social responsibility.

The Social Balance.

Business ethics.

Social and ethical responsibility of companies in the emergency and civil protection sector.

c) Creating and starting a company:

Company concept.

Enterprise Types.

The responsibility of the owners of the business.

Taxation in companies.

Choice of the legal form. Dimension and number of partners.

Administrative formalities for the formation of a company.

Economic Feasibility and Financial Feasibility of a Company Related to Emergency Intervention and Civil Protection Activities.

Analysis of sources of financing and budgeting of an enterprise related to emergency intervention and civil protection.

Aid, grants and tax incentives for SMEs related to intervention activities in emergencies and civil protection.

Business plan: choice of legal form, economic and financial feasibility study, administrative procedures and management of grants and grants.

d) Administrative function:

Concept of basic accounting and notions.

Accounting operations: recording the economic information of a company.

Accounting as a true picture of the economic situation.

Analysis of accounting information.

Corporate Tax Obligations.

Requirements and deadlines for the filing of official documents.

Administrative management of an intervention business in emergencies and civil protection.

12. Professional module: Training in job centres.

Code: 1537.


a) Identification of the structure and business organization:

Structure and business organization of the emergency and civil protection sector.

Company activity and its location in the emergency and civil protection sector.

Organization chart of the company. Functional relationship between departments.

The company's logistics organization. Suppliers, customers, and marketing channels.

Work procedures in the company scope. Systems and methods of work.

Human resources in the enterprise: training requirements and professional, personal and social skills associated with different jobs.

Quality system set in the job center.

The security system set in the job center.

b) Application of ethical and labour habits:

Personal Attitudes: empathy, punctuality.

Professional attitudes: order, cleanliness, responsibility and security.

Attitudes to the prevention of occupational and environmental risks.

Hierarchy in the enterprise. Communication with the work team.

Documentation of professional activities: methods of classification, coding, renewal and elimination.

Recognition and application of internal company rules, work instructions, standard work procedures, and others.

c) Intervention in the control, mitigation and extinction of forest and urban fires:

Preparation of fire intervention equipment and tools. Tuning and operationalization.

Mobilizing intervention resources.

Observation and information in forest fire monitoring facilities.

Forest fire control and mitigation activities. Self-protection measures.

Extinction of fires in an urban environment. Self-protection measures.

First-level rehabilitation of fire-affected goods or areas.

Intervention in coordination with air media.

Intervention report: origin and evolution, intervention and improvement measures.

d) Intervention in incidents of natural, technological or anthropic origin:

Preparation of risk intervention areas caused by hazardous substances. Measurements of the risk caused by the causative substance. Control and mitigation techniques: levees and spill control, among others. Application of security measures.

Securing the stability and sanitation of collapsed facades and structures, partially collapsed or at risk of collapse. Application of security measures.

Application of required techniques of neutralization, dilution, cleaning or removal. Decontamination of affected and intervening persons. Measurements of pollutants present in the environment, buildings or persons. Application of security measures.

Containment techniques, water or sludge achique and opening of drainage means in infrastructure, buildings or land. Application of security measures.

Normal restore tasks. Application of security measures.

Support tasks for people in a potential risk situation due to lack of basic services (transfer of water supplies, water containers or power generators, among others).

Logistics support in camps or temporary shelters, removal of live or dead animals and medical emergencies (transfer of organs, blood or other elements). Established protocols.

Foreseeable risk devices by human activities or concentrations (large agglomerations by sports or festive activities, forced landings of aircraft and prescribed burning, among others). Established protocols. Application of security measures.

Coordination with other competent public services during the intervention.

e) Intervention in rescue and rescue operations for people:

Intervention techniques according to the situation of persons subject to rescue and rescue.

Preparing the intervention teams and tools in rescue and rescue operations.

Assigned tasks and roles in people search operations.

Rescue activities in height. Security rules and protocols.

Release of persons trapped in lifts or elevators or in transport accidents. Techniques for release and mobilization. Security rules and protocols.

Rescue of victims in aquatic environment. Security rules and protocols.

Extracting people in confined or open spaces. Techniques of demolition, mobilization and adequate burial of the collapsed material (land, stones or snow, among others). Mobilisation of the victim. Security rules and protocols.

Application of basic life support techniques.

Application of psychological support techniques and procedures to victims in different rescue situations.

f) Collaboration in the management of the equipment or units:

Participation in the management of human resources (determination of schedules, shifts and relays, and administrative functions, among others) and of the material means (organization and management of the warehouse, allocation of resources and job risk monitoring, among others).

Preparation of drills and training, information or dissemination actions. Established security rules.

Performing scheduled and informative activities.

Participation in the management of an emergency coordination center.

Maintenance of vehicles, equipment, tools and facilities for surveillance and intervention.

Maintenance of the individual and collective protective equipment, of the autonomous breathing equipment and of the specialized equipment.

Building inspection, industrial facilities and services facilities and energy production facilities.

Adequacy and availability of systems and emergency means of self-protection plans.

Assessment reports of the actions developed: risks identified, functioning of the services in which it has participated and training actions, among others.


Sequencing and weekly hourly distribution of professional modules

Mid-Grade Forming Cycle: Emergency Technician and Civil Protection

Professional Module

1532. Operational intervention in rescue and rescue activities

1533. Inspection of establishments, events and facilities for fire prevention and emergencies

0058. Psychological support in emergency situations (1)

1535. Job training and guidance

in the formative cycle

Duration (hours)

First course


Second course

2 quarters


1 quarter


1528. Maintenance and verification of the operation of material means used in the prevention of fire and emergency risks



1530. Operational intervention in urban fire extinguishing







0055. Initial health care in emergency situations (1)



1536. Enterprise and entrepreneurship



1529. Forest fire surveillance and operational intervention



1531. Operational intervention in events of natural, technological and anthropic origin



1534. Coordinating teams and emergency units







1537. Job center training







(1) Professional modules cross-cutting to other Professional Training titles.


Minimum spaces and equipment


Form Space

Emergency Coordination Technical

30 pupils

20 pupils





health care technical emergency



vehicle maintenance, emergency machines and equipment, and civil protection













operational interventions(1)






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(1) Space not necessarily located in the educational center.

Minimum Equipment:

Forative Space

-purpose Aula.

Computers installed in network, projection system, and internet.

Audiovisual media.

Application computer programs.

emergency coordination technique.


a) Zones for team coordination practices (Groups of 6-8 students).

b) Zone for tracking and control of practices.

Each area equipped with a minimum of:

-A PC for every 2 students, connected in network, equipped with geographic information system (type ArcGIS, ArcVIEW, Autodesk Geospatial or similar), software for simulation of hydrological, seismic, emergency scenarios, volcanic, forest fires, among others, and emergency operations management software.

-Two integrated communications system modules.

-Audiovisual media that enable internal-external communications.


-Print system.

-topographic maps, plans, panoramic photos, and photos.

-Risk Database. Operational databases (MMPMs and others).

-Tablet for demonstrations

Aula technique of initial healthcare to emergencies.

Computer, projection cannon, and screen.

Medical equipment for emergency care.

Equipment for immobilization. Equipment for transfer (stretchers). Vacuum mattress.

Dumis with pathology simulation.

Semi-automatic defibrillator.

For each two students is also required: A basic mannequin adult, a basic child mannequin, an adult mask resuscitation balloon

vehicle maintenance, emergency machinery and equipment, and civil protection.

EPIS cleaning equipment, drying hangers back.

Two worktables, equipped with tool panel and screw.

Suitable and sized electrical power-taking systems.

Welding and cutting equipment.

Equipment for sanding, pickling, and painting of elements.

Air compressor for cleaning, painting, and other actions.

Equipment for the oil and greasing of elements, parts or vehicles, and systems of Pneumatic screw

equipment maintenance and repair and tooling.

Teams for checking Respiratory protection masks.

Equipment for the testing and repair of masks and their components.

Equipment and systems for washing, sterilizing (scrubbing) The invention relates to a method for the production of a high-capacity with a rinse-off spray tap. elements), as well as manual control and packaging for later use.

Compressor for filling of breathable air bottles at pressures of 300 bar and 225 bar, with safety system for bottles or system

Equipment for checking the tightness of A-1 or level 3 chemical protective suits (watertight), disinfection and cleaning

Risk Analysis Lab.

Working table, mechanical ventilation equipment, cabinets for storing material and hazardous chemicals and safety material.

Botiquin, wash-eye and fire extinguishers.

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Elements for the distillation of sawdust and flammability of gases.

Agitators, reducers, coolers, and distillers.

flammable liquid spray and spray systems.

Laminas Metal mesh of different sizes.

Simulator for explosions and flashover.

Flammability limits simulator.

Explosion cylinder with pulverized solids.

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Termometers and stopwatches.

Building transparent polycarbonate simulator.

Climate Data Measurement Equipment, Dry Thermometer, Wet Thermometer, Anemometer, and Velet.

Drills area and operational interventions (1).

In these spaces there must be areas covered with banks for rest and with whiteboards to organize the actions to be performed and evaluate the actions performed.


Building Simulator that makes it possible to act at various levels starting from a scraping hypothesis, as well as at different levels low, as well as simulating different stays and varied activities.

In the simulator there is to be the possibility of carrying out fires in interior and exterior, and allow for manoeuvres of access by stairs with column dry, as well as to have balcony and window simulators to the object of exterior work with stairs of different configurations. The exterior must be sufficiently large for the deployment of water lines, hand ladders, and water lines from hydrants.

The same simulated building or other, has to have voids for testing forced access, as well as spaces where manoeuvres with lifts, hoists or the like can be recreated.

The training space must be able to simulate an industry, workshop or centre production, where to be able to recreate situations of fire and/or incidents with dangerous substances.

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Drills and interventions area



Zone intended to host fire and/or incident simulations with dangerous outdoor goods such as Heavy vehicles, rail vehicles, light vehicles, air vehicles. Possibility of testing sinister and victim-trapping vehicles.

Rack of pipes for chemical simulation and storage tanks for simulated fires, leakage or spillage.

Helicopter simulator for boarding, disembarkation, deployment of elements transport water, manoeuvres and rescue.

Simulator for miscellaneous vertical rescues that resemble varied situations.

Sufficient enough for the job with water and foam lines.


Zone with structural and other heavy elements and with different configurations for the learning of hoisting, displacement or opening of gaps in such elements.

Building simulation with pathologies and/or collapsed area for the testing of apels, proppants, demolitions, fastening, lifting and opening of holes, as well as for the location of victims, the removal of debris and the opening of trenches or galleries in the interior.


Ground area for recreation of containment dams by hand and with manual tool, with specific machinery and terrain.

Space with the possibility of incorporating cutting maneuvers with chainsaws and removal of elements on miscellaneous goods.

Space to simulate escapes Gas on the public road, gas fire, and the archway or archway maneuvers The invention relates to a method for the use of said air-key, in the face of various stings.

Well simulator and/or confined space for the rescue test in confined spaces.

Water ponds for the test of pumps, achiques and water rescue maneuvers on surface(1)

Area of drills and operational interventions (1)


The equipment and materials to be used in the different manoeuvres, should be able to house and transport, on mobile units that allow to simulate the phases of the intervention and the tactics of safe location of vehicles and means.

Sufficient material and equipment for the fire-extinguishing test, rescues of different kinds, pumps, lighting, cutting, lifting and separation, securing of structural parts, lifting and fastening cushions, communication equipment and media personal protection. Rescue material in the presence of electrical voltage. Hand tools.

Exposimeter. Thermal camera. Chemical suits. Respiratory protection.

Bombs, power groups, electrical voltage equipment.

Vehicle load simulator and ground air load means by different options (normal input, man's mouth ...).

Wildfire intervention area (1)

For the performance of the forest fires will be used some of the areas and equipment of the Area of drills and operational interventions, linking here only those areas and equipment that have not been included in the previous section.

Water points not necessarily of work or fixed, or swimming pools Portable devices for the purpose of enabling pumps or pressure manoeuvres by height.

Tower or surveillance booth, or simulator incorporated in others.

Free field with areas of distiering variables to be able to perform maneuvers with water lines in ascending progression and Top-down, pumps, portable pool filling and pressure emptying. (They can be multipurpose with the above).


Manual tools for extinguishing forest fires, debris, and burning.

Elements to host and transport the equipment and tools to places and make it possible to start maneuvers from a mobile point of water.

Personal protective equipment.

Broadcasters and other communications and information transmission equipment.

Compass. Browser.

(1) Space not necessarily located in the educational center.