Fire Service Instructor Level 2
This 4-day course is designed to provide skills and teaching techniques fro those who will be instructing fire fighting courses. Enabling objectives include the role of the instructor, methods of instruction, lesson planning, objectives, learning environment, instructional techniques, and principles of learning. The primary focus is to allow candidates to effectively teach a fire fighting class with pre-assigned curriculum.
Prerequisite: Must be an active member of a Fire Department within Nunavut. Must have completed a minimum of Fire Fighter Level 1 (Nunavut OFM).
Course Overview: 4 days of Theory and Practical
- Challenges of Fire and Emergency Services Instruction
- Safety and the Training Function
- Legal and Ethical Considerations
- Effective Interpersonal Communication
- Instructional Facilities and Props
- Report Writing and Record Keeping
- Principles of Learning
- Student Attributes and Behaviours
- Preparation for Instruction and Delivery
- Audiovisual technology
- Structured Exercises, Demonstrations and Practical Training Evolutions
- Student Progress Evaluation and Testing
- IFSTA Essentials of Firefighting 5th Edition
- IFSTA Fire and Emergency Services Instructor 7th Edition
Students will be required to provide a 1/2 hour presentation and pass a written exam to receive NFPA 1041 Fire Service Instructor Certification.
Participants are not required to bring their bunker gear.
No classes currently scheduled for this course