Building on material covered in Level I, this course is also designed for fire service personnel and civilian staff.
Topics covered include:
• Provincial fire loss statistics
• Simplified risk assessments
• Needs analysis
• Design of public fire and life safety programs
• Small group processes
• Budgeting concepts
• Employee evaluations
• Media relations
The post-class assignments focus on the development of skills related to the analysis of risks within a community, identification of public fire and life safety priorities within a community, development of public policy recommendations for development of a public fire and life safety program, development and delivery of a public fire and life safety program to address identified priorities, and program evaluation.
Prerequisite: Completion of ID #ES110
Course Cost: $695
Scheduled: Course will be rescheduled when certification is available.