GRTC-NFPA 1021 Fire Officer II (BLENDED)

 

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GRIMSBY REGIONAL TRAINING CENTRE
FOR PREVENTION & EDUCATION EXCELLENCE

GFD STN2/GRTC
167 Mountain Rd.
 
DATE/TIME/COST COURSE DETAILS COURSE NUMBER
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November 19 – 23, 2018 
Blended on line followed by In-Class Session:
5 days 
08:30-16:30
Cost - $250 (plus HST )
Includes lunch and refreshments 
 
NFPA 1021 FIRE OFFICER II (BLENDED) 
 
Fire Officer II builds upon the topics covered in Fire Officer I. There is a more in-depth look at human resources management, community and government relations, as well as origin and preliminary cause of fires. Emergency delivery topics will evolve from single unit emergency operations to multi-unit emergency operations, with more in-depth look at pre-incident planning and deployment of assigned resources. In addition, Fire Officer II covers the organization of local government and the roles that outside agencies play in assisting the fire service. Fire Officer II is intended for frontline fire officers with an expanded role. 
 
Registration Note: Given that this is a blended course, with a significant amount of pre-class work that must be completed before attending the in-class sessions, the GRTC will not be able to accommodate replacements of students or add additional students 30 days prior to the commencement of the course. 
 
Prerequisite: NFPA 1021 Fire Officer I and NFPA 1041 Fire Instructor I 
 
Blended Delivery: Online, self-directed followed by a 5 day classroom session 
 
All required textbooks and pre-class materials are the responsibility of the student
For further information and registration forms, visit http://www.grimsby.ca/Fire-Services/Grimsby-Regional-Training-Centre/
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