FSMC 008 - Strategic Management

 

FSMC 008 - Strategic Management

This course will focus on operational performance excellence. Participants will identify potential impediments to performance improvement and learn methods to overcome them. The challenge facing Chief Officers is not only in identifying weaknesses and threats facing the fire service, but to appreciate the strengths of the department and anticipate opportunities in the external environment. The ability to identify and correct organizational failures and expand upon organizational successes is an essential requirement in today's fire service. Participants will also be taught how to implement and sustain an operational excellence culture. A number of real case studies will be reviewed. You will also study the essential elements of a Public Safety Master plan. Topics will include assessing the need for a plan, writing the plan and choosing a vendor, if necessary. Various accreditation options will be explored. The question: "is accreditation right for our organization?" will be explored as well as weighing the cost and time required vs. the benefits of achieving accreditation. 
 
This course is part of the Humber College Fire Service Executive Management Certificate program, and counts as one (1) of the twelve (12) compulsory courses required towards the certificate.
 
The cost for this course is $365 plus HST.  A minimum of 12 participants must be registered in order for the course to proceed.
 
 
Course Date: December 11 & 12, 2017
Course Time: 9:00am to 5:00pm
Course Location: OAFC Head Office, 520 Westney Road South, Unit 22, Ajax, Ontario L1S 6W6
 
 
 
Course Description   
 
This course will focus on operational performance excellence. Participants will identify potential impediments to performance improvement and learn methods to overcome them. The challenge facing Chief Officers is not only in identifying weaknesses and threats facing the fire service, but to appreciate the strengths of the department and anticipate opportunities in the external environment. The ability to identify and correct organizational failures and expand upon organizational successes is an essential requirement in today's fire service. Participants will also be taught how to implement and sustain an operational excellence culture. A number of real case studies will be reviewed. You will also study the essential elements of a Public Safety Master plan. Topics will include assessing the need for a plan, writing the plan and choosing a vendor, if necessary. Various accreditation options will be explored. The question: "is accreditation right for our organization?" will be explored as well as weighing the cost and time required vs. the benefits of achieving accreditation.