This is a course designed to meet the requirements of NFPA 1035, Fire and Life Safety Educator II, 2015 edition. It is a continuation of Fire and Life Safety Educator I. The content follows the information in the IFSTA manual, Public Fire & Life Safety Educator, 3rd edition. (This publication must be provided by the student.)
This course will detail methods and procedures to be used to establish public fire education and life safety prevention programs based upon local loss and injury data. Students will learn how to implement and evaluate programs, how to prepare a funding proposal, how to use human and material resources to deliver programs, how to develop educational materials based upon an identified issue or local concern; how to develop a detailed lesson plan, how to design and present the program to an audience, how to prepare a budget request and project program budget costs. It will also train the student in the details of the budget process as its related to fire and injury prevention programs.
Upon successful completion of the class, participants will recieve a certificate of completion from the Arizona Center for Fire Service Excellence. Participants need to provide their ERMA ID number on the registration form.
IFSTA Manuals may be purchased through the Western Fire Chiefs bookstore. www.fireservicebooks.com
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