This is a leadership development training recommendation for unit supervisors.  L-380 is targeted at leaders whose decisions have immediate consequences in dynamic, high-risk environments. The intent is to provide small unit supervisors with the tools to build and maintain effective and cohesive crews/teams. Beyond a set of tools and techniques, this training experience is designed to make an emotional and lasting impact. Essential guiding principles for achieving this impact include:  enhancing the students’ understanding of the human dimension when leading others in dynamic work environments; utilizing experiential training techniques that will engage students in ways that challenge them to perform under realistic and high-stress situations; and motivating students to examine their role, strengths, and weaknesses as a leader.

Location: East Anaheim Community Center, 8201 E. Santa Ana Canyon Rd, Anaheim CA 92808
Date: April 8-11, 2024
Time: 0900-1700 ** Special Note: April 8th will be an extended day with a night drill 1800-2200**
Fee: Free

Prerequisite:

  • Incident personnel with supervisory responsibilities.
  • Successful completion of L-180, Human Factors in the Wildland Fire Service.  Upon registration, please submit a copy of your L-180 course certificate to NColonelli@anaheim.net for validation.
  • Satisfactory completion of pre-course work

For any questions please contact Captain Colonelli at ncolonelli@anaheim.net