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Fire Service and Code Enforcement Academy

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Code FO103
Length 40 Hours
Description This advanced course is designed for those individuals that have completed the Instructor I – FO101 and the Instructor II – FO102 series. The course is divided into two segments. In the first segment, students will demonstrate knowledge and skills in general subject areas including analyzing fire service occupations, preparation of instructional materials, principles of technical writing and techniques of administering testing and evaluation. The student will also construct an analysis of a typical fire service occupation by dividing the occupation into the following elements blocks: units, tasks, jobs, operations; all key points that pertain to the occupation. In addition, students will be randomly assigned a subject area to prepare a comprehensive lesson plan that includes all four step teaching techniques including developing the evaluation process. Students will determine the cause of student failure and prepare a report for superiors/instructor that summarize deficiencies, and recommend corrective action to reduce failure rate. The second segment of the course allows for presentation of the assigned project and any critique that might follow. Part 1 of the class is 24 hours; the project part is estimated to take the student approximately 8 hours. Segment 2 of the class is 16 hours in length. Course certification is dependent upon successful completion of the full 48 hour course.
Pre-Requisites Instructor I – FO101 AND Instructor II – F0102
Fees $156.00
Materials IFSTA Fire & Emergency Service Instructor Manual 7th Edition, Pen, Pencil, Paper, Highlighter
Dates Tennessee Fire & Codes Academy (Training Schedule)
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Other Notes SPECIAL NOTE: This class is a two part class; the second session may fall a couple of weeks after the completion of the first section.