Courage to Be Safe
This module provides an introduction to all sixteen Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives and assists the user in taking the first steps toward addressing these initiatives in their job and department. The module begins with a discussion of the immediate and root causes of firefighter Line Of Duty Deaths and the profound effects of these deaths on loved ones, colleagues, and the community. The module then advocates for cultural change as an important way to reduce LODD’s and injuries. To support this change, the module introduces all 16 Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives and helps the learner understand how s/he might implement these initiatives in their personal/professional lifestyle and at the departmental level.
ATPC2120 Building Construction for the Fire Service (45 Hour Class)
This course examines the various types and methods of building construction and their influence on fire travel and life safety. Fire resistance of building materials and problems inherent in new construction as well as existing buildings are examined closely.
Murnane, L., & Fortney, J. (2010). Building construction related to the fire service (3rd ed.). Stillwater, OK: Fire Protection Publications, Oklahoma State University.
ATPC2720 Company Officer (45 Hour Class)
This course is a study of the basic concepts of fire company leadership, including the human skills, leadership tools, problem-solving, and goal achievement of a company officer. Emphasis will be placed on the role of the officer in the setting of the fire company.
Ward, M. (2014). Fire Officer: Principles and Practice (3rd ed.). Jones & Bartlett Learning.Buy Now
ATPC1740 Fire Service Course Delivery (45 Hour Class)
This course is a study of the instructor's responsibility in idea communication, learning and teaching concepts, job analysis, teaching objectives, and instructional aid use.
Lindsey, J. (2006). Fire service instructor. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.Buy Now
ATPC1810 Firefighting Tactics and Strategy I(45 Hour Class)
This course is a study of the basic concepts involved in fire fighting, including the behavior, fire fighting fundamentals, principles of extinguishment; the proper role for a utilization of various fire companies; preplanning fire problems.
Smith, J. P. (2011). Strategic and Tactical Considerations on the Fireground and Resource Central Fire Student Access Code Card. Pearson.Buy Now
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