The Instructor II course designed to place an emphasis on teaching formalized lessons from materials prepared by the instructor, including relating information from one lesson or class to the next. Coverage includes: writing performance objectives, developing lesson plans, preparing instructional materials, constructing evaluation devices, demonstrating selected teaching methods, completing training records and reports, and identifying reference resources.
Blended Course Delivery
Instructor II Online is a blended course in that all classroom materials will be delivered online through the IFSI Student and Staff Resource Center. Students will be provided instruction in 12 subjects under the direction of an instructor, to be completed in a 4 week time period.
Students are required to attend one practical session. Practical session will meet at the regional training facility assigned to the class. This could change to Regional Centers dependent on student registration requirements.
These practical / deliverables are required by the end of the course.
Students will be required to sit for the end of course examination. The examination will be administered during the week four practical day.
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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