DETAILS FOR COURSE # 601
PUBLIC FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY EDUCATOR
This is a 'Priority Selection' course which is NOT first come first serve. The coordinator will make a selection and a letter will be sent to you stating whether or not you have been accepted.|
Course ID: 601
Total Number of Course Hours: 40
DISTRICT DELIVERY: NO
COURSE FEE: NO
This course is designed to provide a community with the basis for a solid public education program and to properly train the fire departmentís lead S.A.F.E. educator. The topics covered include: child development; how people learn, focusing on different learning styles and the seven intelligences; lesson planning; curricula review; public speaking; program evaluation; and connecting lessons to the curriculum frameworks. The course concludes with students presenting a segment of instruction on a given topic for a specified age group.
This course consists of forty (40) hours of instructor-led classroom training.
This course meets or exceeds the job performance requirements in the NFPA Standard 1035 Standard for Professional Qualifications for Fire and Life Safety Educator, Public Information Officer, and Juvenile Firesetter Intervention Specialist for the Public Fire and Life Safety Educator I.
Prerequisite: There are no prerequisites to take this course. The priority selection will take place 4 weeks prior to the course start date.
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