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Prerequisites

Meeting the requirements for Company Officer

Certification

California State Fire Training Certificate

Standard

Complete all activities and formative tests. Complete all summative tests with a minimum score of 80% correct.

Course Details

Dress is casual but respectful and uniforms are okay as well. Please bring a laptop computer to class each day. Student materials are on flash drives.

The course topics are developed upon NFPA 1021 Standards for Fire Officer.  

IMPORTANT: Please read the pre-course work articles before you attend this class at www.medium.com/elitecommandtraining

Course Documents:

Quantifying the Negative: The true value of the Fire Service 

Fire Departments are response models, not production models

How Statical Forecasting in Fire Departments has lead to Tragic Results

Course Description

This course provides students with a basic knowledge of administrative requirements related to the roles and responsibilities of a Chief Fire Officer including directing a department record management system, analyzing and interpreting records and data, developing a model plan for continuous organizational improvement, developing a plan to facilitate approval, preparing community awareness programs, and evaluating the inspection program of the AHJ.