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The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at KU was established in 2004 by a grant for the Bernard Osher Foundation as an outreach program of the University of Kansas. Its mission is to offer noncredit enrichment courses and events to folks over 50 years of age, although we welcome learners of all ages. We rely on financial support from our members and the community to create a sustainable program. If you would like to support the Osher Institute, please click the link below. If you have questions, please contact Osher at osher@ku.edu. Thank you.

June 1, 2024 to August 16, 2024
This ISFSI grant-funded delivery presents the hands-on application of how to teach UL FSRI data regarding hose line and nozzle selection, hose stream type, and advancement methods that affect the fire dynamics and victim survivability during suppression actions on the fire ground. Participants of this offering will attend an eight-hour curriculum hand-off on May 16, 2024 before performing as a student-instructor on May 17.

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