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Fire and Arson Investigation I : 40 Hours


Student Fee: Class specific
Course Description:
This is the first module of three 40-hour classes designed as the
foundational level of education and training for fire and arson investigators. The program meets the Job Performance Requirements of NFPA 1033 “Professional Qualifications for Fire Investigator.” The investigation program includes comprehensive courses covering multiple topics and requiring significant student participation, reading and homework activity. Module 1 includes the following topics: Basic fire science, fire patterns, building systems, electricity and fire, fuel gas systems, fire related human behavior, legal considerations, safety, sources of information and planning the investigation. The text book included with the course is “Fire Investigator: Principles and Practice.” Primary resources for the program are NFPA 921 “Guide for Fire and Explosion Investigations”
and “Kirks Fire Investigation.” The practical requirement for the class is a “burn cell” demonstration and investigation. The end of course exam is approved as the Office of the State Fire Marshal certification exam. Modules I & II of the program must be taken
consecutively. Firefighting gear is not required for the class but old clothes, gloves and work boots are recommended for the practical  activity. Students are encouraged to bring personal cameras for use in the practical activity. Only the text book is provided with the
program for students to keep and will be distributed the first day of class. The text book is utilized for all three modules. An NFPA 921 is provided for students to use as a reference during the class but is not included for the student to keep. Students are encouraged to
bring any reference material that they feel might be helpful to them.
Syllabus: Syllabus - Fire and Arson Investigation I.pdf
Programs:
INVESTIGATION
NFA-ENDORSED
Prerequisites:
  • Origin & Cause Awareness (classroom or on line)



If you have specific questions about this course contact EDDIE BAIN

If you are interested in having this course taught in your area, contact your regional representative or EDDIE BAIN. If you are not sure who your regional representative is, take a look at this map. It is color coded by county. The regional representatives are listed below.

Applicable Credits:

As of 04/23/2014

NFA Endorsed
Hours: 40
This course is endorsed by the NFA and has a dual-certificate.



Upcoming Sessions:

SHOREWOOD Monday, May 12 2014

GALESBURG Monday, Jun 23 2014

ORLAND PARK Monday, Sep 15 2014



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