FIRE INSPECTOR II COURSES

FIRE INSPECTOR II COURSES

FFP 2541 Private Fire Protection Systems II

This course is an in-depth discussion of pre-engineered and portable systems, extinguishing agents, inspection procedures for code compliance and enforcement and alarm systems.

Cost $50.00

FFP 2111 Fire Chemistry

This course is designed to show the arson investigator the different forms of matter and energy, common substances, and how they relate to fires. the chemical formulas of flammable and combustible substances, their bondings and separations, as well as the different chemical reactions related to fire and oxidation are covered. Particular emphasis is placed on the specific substances used by arsonists to ignite and accelerate burnings.

Cost $50.00

FFP 2706 Public Information Officer

This course prepares the student to serve effectively as an organizational spokesperson, according to current practices in the profession of public relations and numerous examples from the fire service. Particular emphasis will be placed on case studies in crisis communications and the role of the PIO in the incident command system.

Cost $50.00

FFP 2610 Fire Investigation: Origin and Cause

The curriculum in this course is designed to enhance the fire investigator’s ability to detect and determine the origin and cause of a fire. Specific topics include fire behavior review, investigator ethics, construction ignition sources, reading fire patterns and scene re-construction. Special topics on electrical fire investigation, woodland fires, vehicle fires, mobile home fires, and cell phone devices will be covered. Special emphasis on fire scene documentation and extinguisher/alert systems will be stressed.

Cost $50.00

FFP 1793 Fire and Life Safety Educator I

This course is designed to provide the public educator with the knowledge and skills needed to perform as a fire and life safety educator as addressed in NFPA 1035. For those who practice the multi-discipline profession of fire and life safety educator (including uniformed fire service personnel and other professionals). Topics include fire behavior, community assessment, injury prevention and juvenile firesetting. The student will also develop presentation skills and learn how to formulate public education programs. This course meets the national certification criteria for Fire and Life Safety Education level I.

Cost $50.00

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