Chief Fire Officer 3D: Emergency Service Delivery Responsibilities- Alameda County – San Leandro, CA
November 14, 2017 @ 8:30 am - November 16, 2017 @ 5:00 pm| $350
Those who want to expand there Command & Control knowledge, skill sets and abilities to perform as a Chief Fire Officer
Company officer certificate
California State Fire Certificate
Complete all activities and formative tests. Complete all summative tests with a minimum score of 80% correct.
Dress is casual, but respectful and uniforms are okay as well. Please bring a laptop computer with you to class each day. Student materials will be on flash drives.
The NEW Chief Fire Officer Series classes beginning September of 2017
CLASSES DO NOT NEED TO BE TAKEN IN ORDER
The course topics are developed upon NFPA 1021 Standards for Fire Officer.
If you are interested in learning Command & Control the RIGHT way, then you are going to enjoy this class.
Please read the pre-coursework “articles” by going to: www.medium.com/elitecommandtraining
- Command & Control – a department’s arrogance of success
- Task Saturation & Incident Command
Then it is time for you to attend the Chief Fire Officer series taught by Deputy Chief Mike Bryant (ret.) – County of Los Angeles Fire Department
If you want COMMAND & CONTROL taught to you in the CORRECT way, then you have to register for this class. Chief Bryant’s pragmatic style of instruction provides the “adult learner” with most down to earth and relevant information for the administration/supervision/management/leadership environments today. He provides you with the information you need to know, so that you can apply your new knowledge into your day-to-day duties. This class will improving your knowledge, skill sets and abilities for the Chief Officer position. If you’re looking to promote to the next level and be at the top of your promotional list then this class is for you!!
This course provides students with a basic knowledge of emergency service requirements related to the roles and responsibilities of a Chief Fire Officer. Including: developing a plan for the integration of fire service resources, developing an agency resource contingency plan, evaluating incident facilities, supervising multiple resources, developing and utilizing an incident action plan, obtaining incident information to facilitate a transfer of command, developing and conducting a post-incident analysis (SART), and maintaining incident records.
NOTE: please bring a laptop computer with you each day of class. Student materials will be on a flash-drive.