Company Officer 2A: Human Resources Management – Folsom FS 35 – March 2019
March 4 @ 8:30 am - March 7 @ 4:30 pm| $300
For the aspiring company officers and those of you who are tired of taking boring classes from training companies whose instructors are terrible. Come with us on a fantastic educational journey where you will receive “depth” of instruction to improve your knowledge, skill sets and abilities as a company officer.
Ask those who have taken the terrible company officer courses from LOCAL training entities where the instructors primary focus is to read the powerpoint slides to you and you learn absolutely nothing about the job. Sure, you receive a certificate, but not the necessary knowledge required to do the job well. Now, ask those who have taken Elite Command Training’s company officer series classes and everyone will tell you that the instructors knowledge and experience provided an adult learning environment by sharing the most relevant items you need to know to perform skillfully and effectively as a company officer.
Elite Command Training Instructors are far superior from the others in their ability to share experience, convey relevant knowledge in a pragmatic way, while developing the students skill sets and improving abilities. If you are looking to be at the top of the promotional list, then you better register now for the company officer series classes with ECT.
Meeting the educational requirements of firefighter II
California State Fire Training Certificate
Complete all activities and formative test. Complete all summative tests with a minimum of 80% correct.
Class will begin at 0830. Dress is casual, but respectful and uniforms are okay as well. Please bring a laptop computer with you to class each day.
Please join us for the Company Officer Series classes beginning at Folsom FS 35
THE COMPANY OFFICER SERIES IS DEVELOPED FROM NFPA 1021 FIRE OFFICER STANDARDS AND BEST PRACTICES!!
This course provides information on the use of human resources to accomplish assignments, evaluating member performance, supervising personnel, and integrating health and safety plans, policies, and procedures into daily activities as well as the emergency scene.
You will learn how to write performance expectations, educating to prevent poor judgement decisions, counseling of employees to modifying behavior/performance through non-punitive measures. In addition, improving your skill sets with the firefighter bill of rights. The instructor who tell you that “every” human resource item from the workplace needs to be immediately sent to the Battalion Chief is a fool!
Please register for this fantastic educational opportunity.