Navigate TestPrep: Vehicle Extrication I & II is a dynamic program designed to prepare students to sit for Vehicle Extrication certification examinations by including the same type of questions they will likely see on the actual examination.
It provides a series of self-study modules, organized by chapter and level, offering practice examinations and simulated certification examinations using multiple-choice questions. All questions are page referenced to the Vehicle Extrication: Levels I & II: Principles and Practice text for remediation to help students hone their knowledge of the subject matter.
Students can begin the task of studying for Vehicle Extrication certification examinations by concentrating on those subject areas where they need the most help. Upon completion, students will feel confident and prepared to complete the final step in the certification process--passing the examination.
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Chapter Chapter 1 Introduction to Vehicle Extrication
Chapter Chapter 2 Rescue Incident Management
Chapter Chapter 3 Mechanical Energy and Vehicle Anatomy
Chapter Chapter 4 Advanced Vehicle Technology: Alternative Powered Vehicles
Chapter Chapter 5 Supplemental Restraint Systems
Chapter Chapter 6 Tools and Equipment
Chapter Chapter 7 Site Operations
Chapter Chapter 8 Vehicle Stabilization
Chapter Chapter 9 Victim Access and Management
Chapter Chapter 10 Alternative Extrication Techniques
Chapter Chapter 11 Commercial/Heavy Vehicles
Chapter Chapter 12 Agricultural Extrication
Chapter Chapter 13 Terminating the Incident
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