NFPA 1041 - Fire Service Instructor Professional Qualifications


This training is designed for firefighters interested in the challenges of professional instruction. The theory and techniques will also be useful to anyone who has a safety training role in other organizational settings, or who is involved in developing fire safety educational materials. Studies emphasize the development of skills in curriculum design, classroom presentation and management, program assessment and evaluation tools.

Successful students are eligible to apply for ProBoard and IFSAC certification through the Office of the Fire Commissioner.

Level I
• Fire Service Instructor Level I (ID #1041-1)

Level II

• Fire Service Instructor Level II (ID #1041-2)

Textbook: IFSTA Fire and Emergency Services Instructor 7th Edition
Note: course fees do not include textbook costs. Students are responsible for purchasing their textbooks.

To arrange for corporate training, please contact the Business Development Office at 780 581 2038  or toll-free at 1 800 661 6490 ext 2038  or e-mail businessdevfire@lakelandcollege.ca.


Fire Service Instructor Level I
ID #1041-1

Level I Fire Instructor is a textbook-based course that develops the skills of lesson plan development and presentation for both classroom and training ground. Combining the previous Part 1 and Part 2 courses into one week, this course covers learning theory, communication, safety and legal considerations, the learning environment and student behaviours, testing and assessment, training administration, training aids, copyright law, and lesson plan development and delivery.

Evaluation: practical evaluation, assignment, proctored written examination
$795 Oct 30 - Nov 3, 2017
ID #1041-1

Level I Fire Instructor is a textbook-based course that develops the skills of lesson plan development and presentation for both classroom and training ground. Combining the previous Part 1 and Part 2 courses into one week, this course covers learning theory, communication, safety and legal considerations, the learning environment and student behaviours, testing and assessment, training administration, training aids, copyright law, and lesson plan development and delivery.

Evaluation: practical evaluation, assignment, proctored written examination


Course Cost: $795
Scheduled: Oct 30 - Nov 3, 2017
Fire Service Instructor Level I Part 2
ID #2-FSI

The theory components of this course cover student testing and assessment, report writing and record keeping, audiovisual technology and copyright law, lesson plan development, and a review of safety and legal considerations for the instructor. The practical components of the course focus on developing cognitive lesson plans and teaching lessons that focus on knowledge acquisition.

Evaluation: practical evaluation, assignment, proctored written examination covering theory from Level I (Part 1 and Part 2)
ID #1-FSI Fire Service Instructor Level I Part 1 $650
ID #2-FSI

The theory components of this course cover student testing and assessment, report writing and record keeping, audiovisual technology and copyright law, lesson plan development, and a review of safety and legal considerations for the instructor. The practical components of the course focus on developing cognitive lesson plans and teaching lessons that focus on knowledge acquisition.

Evaluation: practical evaluation, assignment, proctored written examination covering theory from Level I (Part 1 and Part 2)


Prerequisite: ID #1-FSI Fire Service Instructor Level I Part 1
Course Cost: $650
Fire Service Instructor Level II
ID #1041-2

This advanced course is designed to prepare Level I Fire Service Instructors to deliver lessons using a variety of instructional methods, manage resources and record keeping systems, schedule and evaluate practical training sessions, supervise and evaluate other instructors, and analyze student test results. Assignments in this course deal with lesson plan development and delivery, lesson plan adaptation, creation, administration, and analysis of student assessment instruments, classroom and practical training evolution supervision and management, instructor supervision and evaluation, and course scheduling and budgeting.

Evaluation: practical evaluation, assignment, proctored written exam

Note:
Students are required to complete and submit 4 pre-class assignments prior to attending.  ID #1041-1 Fire Service Instructor - Level I $795 For confirmed dates please contact the Office of the Registrar toll-free at 1 800 661 6490 ext. 8633.
ID #1041-2

This advanced course is designed to prepare Level I Fire Service Instructors to deliver lessons using a variety of instructional methods, manage resources and record keeping systems, schedule and evaluate practical training sessions, supervise and evaluate other instructors, and analyze student test results. Assignments in this course deal with lesson plan development and delivery, lesson plan adaptation, creation, administration, and analysis of student assessment instruments, classroom and practical training evolution supervision and management, instructor supervision and evaluation, and course scheduling and budgeting.

Evaluation: practical evaluation, assignment, proctored written exam

Note:
Students are required to complete and submit 4 pre-class assignments prior to attending. 

Prerequisite: ID #1041-1 Fire Service Instructor - Level I
Course Cost: $795
Scheduled: For confirmed dates please contact the Office of the Registrar toll-free at 1 800 661 6490 ext. 8633.
Enhanced Presentation Skills
This three-day customized course focuses on helping individuals develop presentation skills for both the classroom and training ground. This is a course based on some of the learning objectives and theory covered in the NFPA 1041 Level I course, and is open to any organization interested in improving the verbal and written communication skills of its employees.

Students will learn the fundamentals of learning theory, interpersonal communications, effective management of the learning environment and student behaviours, selection and use of training aids, and lesson plan development and delivery. The practical components of the course include activities that reinforce learning and give students a chance to demonstrate skills learned.
To arrange for corporate training, please contact the Business Development Office at 1 800 661 6490 ext. 2038 or 8437 or email businessdevfire@lakelandcollege.ca.
This three-day customized course focuses on helping individuals develop presentation skills for both the classroom and training ground. This is a course based on some of the learning objectives and theory covered in the NFPA 1041 Level I course, and is open to any organization interested in improving the verbal and written communication skills of its employees.

Students will learn the fundamentals of learning theory, interpersonal communications, effective management of the learning environment and student behaviours, selection and use of training aids, and lesson plan development and delivery. The practical components of the course include activities that reinforce learning and give students a chance to demonstrate skills learned.


Scheduled: To arrange for corporate training, please contact the Business Development Office at 1 800 661 6490 ext. 2038 or 8437 or email businessdevfire@lakelandcollege.ca.