Dec 08, 2022
FSLM 255 Fire Instructor II (3 credits)
Prerequisite FSLM 155 with at least a 2.0 grade.
Builds and expands on the skills learned in Fire Instructor I. This course is designed to provide the Fire Instructor with the next level of understanding for the training of personnel. This course is designed to train the participants to perform job and task analysis, develop goals and objectives, and develop a lesson plan along with the coordinating of training aids and student test and evaluation. Prepares the student for the requirements as written by the National Fire Protection Administration, (NFPA) 1041, Standard for Fire Service Instructor Qualifications.
1. Analyze the parts and components of a lesson plan.
2. List guidelines for instructor formal and informal evaluations.
3. Distinguish between summative and formative evaluation.
4. Develop a course/lesson evaluation instrument.
5. Determine statistical usage of course evaluation results.
6. Examine facts about preparing test specifications.
7. List and explain the three basic types of test instruments.
8. Distinguish among the Incident Command System (ICS) functions.
9. Discuss implementation, supervision, and evaluation of practical training evolutions.
10. Identify facts about data collection and information types.
11. Distinguish between characteristics of capital budgets and operating budgets.
12. List and explain characteristics of an effective purchasing process.
13. Describe methods of anticipating, mitigating, and solving personnel problems.
14. Analyze skills and job duties of training supervision.
15. Evaluate factors that influence scheduling.
16. Identify components and functions of a records-management system.
17. Distinguish among policies, procedures and guidelines.
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