FFP 2720 COMPANY OFFICER Designed to assist fire officers in solving the varied problems and situations they will be required to manage effectively in today's ever-changing fire service. The curriculum includes a review of fire department organization and administration, management theory, leadership, communication, motivation, and small group dynamics.
FFP 1810 FIREFIGHTING TACTICS AND STRATEGY I The curriculum is designed to cover basic factors involved in coping with an emergency scene, and determining the best use of available resources in protecting lives and property. The course emphasizes the changing nature of an emergency situation, and the ways in which the fire officer can evaluate the effectiveness of his or her proposed Incident Action Plan.
FFP 1740 FIRE SERVICE COURSE DELIVERY The curriculum draws from many recognized authorities in exploring the methods and mechanics of imparting information and adult learning principles. The course emphasizes techniques which have wide application in teaching situations, as well as devices for specific areas. Also stressed are measuring teaching effectiveness, the use of media and visual aids.
FFP 2120 FIRE SERVICE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION The curriculum in this portion of the Fire Prevention Inspection Certification Program deals with building construction. Topics include identifying hazards from assault by fire and gravity, how building construction can influence fire spread, fire confinement or structural collapse, and many other life safety issues. This is not a building course per se, but rather a course to identify construction features and their hazards under fire conditions.
RN 9572 STATE-WIDE EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN In this course, students will be introduced to components of Florida’s system. Students will also understand how to effectively manage a post-incident analysis to insure that appropriate information is obtained to better prepare for future disasters.
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