This course is designed to provide the knowledge and skills for successful certification in Instructor III. The Instructor III course satisfies the requirements of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1041, Chapter 6. It provides the tools necessary to obtain certification through the National Board on Fire Service Professional Qualifications (ProBoard). This course exceeds current standards for contact time from the Office of the State Fire Marshal to deliver the content and application of skills desired by students attending this instruction.
This course is designed around classroom lectures and group interactive exercises to improve your abilities to serve as a fire instructor. This includes Instructor III-specific responsibilities including instructional resource management, policy development, and program design. This class may also involve assignments and projects that the student will have to complete outside of the scheduled class time each day (homework). Skills taught include: Knowing how to perform a training needs analysis and applying that knowledge in order to develop and write training program objectives. You will learn how to evaluate a fire program and keep proper training records. The successful candidate will be able to employ program administration skills pertaining to instructor selection, record keeping, and instructor evaluation.
IFSI prerequisites are based on Illinois and NFPA standards. Equivalencies from other agencies will be reviewed upon request.
If you have specific questions about this course contact WALTER CURTIN
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