Advanced Fire Officer I (NFPA 1021)

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Day 1 – 3: Leadership and Communications – 24 Hours …

Day 1 – 3: Leadership and Communications – 24 Hours
Day 4 – 5: Incident Operations – 16 Hours

Scope: Standard identifies the minimum job performance requirements necessary to perform the duties of a fire service officer.

Purpose: To specify the minimum job performance requirement for service as a fire officer.Goal: To produce fire service officers who meet the requirements of NFPA 1021.

Description: Advanced Fire Officer 1 (NFPA 1021) consists of 2 parts, Leadership and Communications (24 Hours) and Incident Operations (16 Hours).

The course will be delivered through classroom and hands-on field application training. Training is conducted through student participation, operational classes, field exercises and scenarios, classroom exercises and discussions.

This course offers student-learners an opportunity to develop and practice effective leadership and communication skills as they relate to the supervisory role of the Company Officer, the Fire Prevention Officer and the Training Officer. Particular emphasis is placed on communication, delegation and motivational skills as a leader.

This program meets or exceeds all requirements set by the National Fire Protection Association Standard 1021, and provides an NFPA 1021 certification.

Grading:
Skills test are a Pass or Fail and must be successfully achieved in order to pass this component and receive certification.
There will be assignments worth 50% of the overall grade.
The Final exam is worth 50% of the overall grade.
A pass mark on each test and the exam is 70%. Every test and the exam must be passed in order to qualify for certification.

TESTIMONIALS

“The instructors were highly qualified, and after this training, I can confidently say I am prepared for the unexpected.”
- Christian Lamoureux, Captain Emergency Services Coordinator - Albian Oil Sands

“FESTI’s facilities rank with the best. The outdoor training structures take you through your paces and prepare you for real-life scenarios.”
- Gary Renaud, Senior Airport Fire Officer with the Bermuda Fire and Rescue Services


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  • 1. 1NFPA STD 472 Hazardous Materials IncidentsResponder (Incident Commander Level)NFPA STD 472 Hazardous Materials IncidentsResponder (Awareness, Operator & Technician level)NFPA STD 1001 Firefighter Level I, II, IIINFPA STD 1002 Fire Apparatus Driver/OperatorNFPA STD 1003 Airport FirefighterNFPA STD 1021 Fire Officer Level I, IINFPA STD 1031 Fire Inspector Level I, II, IIINFPA STD 1035 Public Fire Educator level INFPA STD 1033 Fire InvestigatorNFPA STD 1041 Fire Service Instructor Level I, IINFPA STD 1006 Rescue Tech Confined SpaceNFPA STD 1041 Fire Service instructorQUALIFICATIONSYour course trainer and instructor have a long career invirtually all areas of Fire Fighting, including Training, FirePrevention, Structural Fires, Emergency Response, AircraftRescue Fire fighting, Automobile fires and Casualty,Extrication Ops, Confined Spaces, Special Problem Fires,Shipboard Fire Fighting, Hazardous Material Incidents,Classroom Instruction, Fire Inspections, Fire Investigation,Medical Ops, and Training Ops.With minimum experience of 25 years as a ProfessionalFire-fighter from a rank of a Captain and they are bothqualified Fire Service instructor Level I & II have thebackground knowledge and hands-on experience to ensurethat Delegates receive only the most up-to-date andprofessional training available.Both trainers have a Degree in Fire Science and are certifiedby International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC)and Oklahoma State University for the following National FireProtection Association (NFPA) standards.YOURINTERNATIONALCOURSEFACILITATORSDay 1 – 3: Leadership and Communications – 24 HoursDay 4 – 5: Incident Operations – 16 HoursScope: Standard identifies the minimum job performance requirements necessaryto perform the duties of a fire service officer.Purpose: To specify the minimum job performance requirement for service as a fireofficer.Goal: To produce fire service officers who meet the requirements of NFPA 1021.Description: Advanced Fire Officer 1 (NFPA 1021) consists of 2 parts,Leadershipand Communications (24 Hours) and Incident Operations (16 Hours).The course willbe delivered through classroom and hands-on field application training.Training isconducted through student participation,operational classes,field exercises andscenarios,classroom exercises and discussions.This course offers student-learners an opportunity to develop and practice effectiveleadership and communication skills as they relate to the supervisory role of theCompany Officer,the Fire Prevention Officer and the Training Officer.Particularemphasis is placed on communication,delegation and motivational skills as aleader.This program meets or exceeds all requirements set by the National FireProtection Association Standard 1021,and provides an NFPA 1021 certification.Grading:1.Skills test are a Pass or Fail and must be successfully achieved in order to pass thiscomponent and receive certification.2.There will be assignments worth 50% of the overall grade.3.The Final exam is worth 50% of the overall grade.4.A pass mark on each test and the exam is 70%.Every test and the exam must bepassed in order to qualify for certification.COURSE OVERVIEW360 BSI (M) Sdn Bhd (833835-X), Level 8 Pavilion KL, 168 Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.©About the Certification:1.This course is based on the Standard set by the National FireProtection Association (NFPA) Standard 1021.2.Prerequisites: Completed NFPA Firefighter I & II or equivalentand/or Current Fire Officer.Note:Those who have served asFirefighters for over 5 years may also apply.3.Resources:- IFSTA Fire and Emergency Services Company Officer, 4th Ed.- The Leadership Challenge, KouzesADVANCEDFIRE OFFICER 109 - 13 SEPTEMBER 2013FESTI PEARSONFIRE TRAINING FACILITYTORONTOCANADASAFETYSERIES“The instructors were highly qualified, and after this training, I canconfidently say I am prepared for the unexpected.”- Christian Lamoureux, Captain Emergency Services Coordinator - Albian Oil SandsINTHEWORLD’SMOSTELITEFIRE&EMERGENCYTRAINING!IINNTTHHHEEEWWWOOORRLLDD’SSMMMOOOSSSTTEELLITEFIRE&EMERGENCYTRAININENROL TODAY!
  • 2. 2WHY FESTI, TORONTOSince it opened in 2007,the FESTI centre hastrained thousands of Firefighters,industrial andbusiness personnel in structural fire fighting,aircraft fire fighting,confined space rescue,rope rescue,hazmat response and vehicleextrication.FESTI is a one-stop venue for a variety ofinternational,national and provincialemergency response training needs.In additionto being specially built for training,the buildingadheres to the GTAAs mandate of maintainingenvironmental stewardship and sustainability.As an ISO 14001 certified company since 1999,the GTAA took extensive measures to ensurethat the FESTI incorporated design featuresthat conform to the Leadership in Energy andEnvironmental Design (LEED) Silver Rating.Thefacility was designed by KleinfeldtMychajlowycz Architects and is located offCourtneypark Drive in Mississauga,at thewestern end of Toronto Pearson.The facilityspans 2,804 square metres and canaccommodate 160 students and staff.DAY3Identify characteristics of effective speakers.Match to their definitions the three types of formal speeches.Select facts about the persuasive speech.Recall the principles used in the informative speech.Identify facts about various speaking opportunities available to the companyofficer.Recall information about public relations speeches.Place in order the steps of the speech preparation processChoose correct responses about the steps of the speech preparation process.Match to their definitions terms associated with written communicationIdentify parts of an outline.Identify common paragraph transitions.Identify generally accepted writing guidelines.Select facts about writing memos and email messages.Select correct responses about writing letters.Given scenarios, write a letter, memo, and email relating to the fire service.Identify guidelines to follow when writing a press release.Given a scenario, write a news release about a fire and emergency servicesevents.Select facts about various types of reports.Write a report on a specific fire department topic.Select facts about executive summaries, agendas, and minutes.Identify basic information to be included in a policy or procedure.Recall information about requests for proposals (RFPs) and bid specifications.DAY2Match levels of leadership to their definitions.Identify characteristics of the basic leadership, situational leadership,social-change, and alpha leadership models.Select facts about developing leadership skills.Select facts about developing leadership concepts.Identify various types of powerIdentify personality attributes needed and steps to be taken to achievecommand presence.Identify the six basic elements of all forms of communication.Select facts about the five purposes for international communication.Identify correct responses about words as symbols.Recall information about the cultural concept of words.Select facts about the auctions that a company officer can take to improveverbal communication skills.Select correct responses about the nonverbal component.Select facts about the auctions that a company officer can take to improvenonverbal communication skills.Recall information about the listening process and improving listening skills.Apply the interpersonal communication model to an emergency situationscenario.Apply the interpersonal communication model to a nonemergency situation.Identify elements of the speech communication process.Distinguish between interpersonal communication and speechcommunication.DAY1Recall the importance of the company officer.Select facts about the challenges a new company officer will encounter.Indicate the types of expectations facing a new company officer.Identify Solutions that may need to be attained by a new company officer.Recall the individuals or groups to which a company officer may beresponsible.Compare the Fire Officer Level I and Level II human resources managementduties.Compare the Fire Officer Level I and Level II community and governmentrelations duties.Compare the Fire Officer Level I and Level II administration duties.Compare the Fire Officer Level I and Level II inspection and investigationduties.Compare the Fire Officer Level I and Level II emergency service deliveryduties.Compare the Fire Officer Level I and Level II health and safety duties.Match Leadership terms to their definitions.Recall information about the leadership trait theory.Select facts about the behavior theory of leadership.Identify characteristics of various situational leadership theories.Choose correct responses about the principle-centered leadership theory.LEADERSHIP AND COMMUNICATIONSALL SESSIONS WILL BETHEORY AND PRACTICAL BASEDCOURSE CONTENTTRAINING VENUEGreater Toronto Airports AuthorityFire and Emergency Services Training InstituteP.O. Box 6031, 2025 Courtneypark Drive EastToronto, AMF, Ontario L5P 1B2COURSE SCHEDULE8.008.3010.00 - 10.2012.30 - 13.3014.40 - 15.0016.00Registration & Coffee/TeaWorkshop commencesMorning coffee/teaLunchAfternoon coffee/teaEnd of day
  • 3. 3ADDITIONALINFORMATIONVisa: Letter of Invitation will be issued to assiston the entry VisaRecommended Accommodation: ResidenceInn by Marriott Toronto Airport and is notincluded in the training fee. Muslim meal willbe arranged.Transport: We will provide daily transport fromthe Residence Inn Marriott to the FESTI trainingfacilityPPE and all course materials will be providedthrough out the training sessionWeather: Temperature in Toronto ranges from10 to 20 Celsius during June.Identify the five steps in the size-up process as developed by Lloyd Layman.Choose correct facts about the various scene-control methods.Select from a list the variables that the officer may not be able to control whenattempting to control traffic at an emergency scene.Apply the NIMS-ICS model to an emergency incident plan.Implement an incident action plan (IAP) at an emergency scene.Recall information about interoperability.Select facts about various types of communications equipment.Identify correct radio communications procedures.Select facts about the five Cs of radio communication.Identify the characteristics of an Incident Command System (ICS).Match operational positions within the ICS structure to their definitions.Select facts about implementing the ICS.[NFPA 1021,5.6.1(A)].Identify how resources are tracked in the U.S.Recall the three levels of command in the ICS.Define division and groups according to the ICS model.Select facts about establishing divisions/groups.Define operational plans.Identify the components of an operational plan.Compare and contrast an initial attack and a sustained attack.DAY5 INCIDENT OPERATIONS(Live-Fire Scenarios)DAY4Recall each of the elements of the Layman decision-making model.Select facts about the application of size-up theory to three specific timeperiods.Recognize condition indicators that may be present at a structure fire.Identify facts about operational implementation.Define various operational modes.Select facts about various operational modes.Recall facts about apparatus placement and positioning at structural firescenes.Select from a list guidelines for positioning apparatus at wildland fire scenes.Identify considerations for positioning apparatus at hazardous materialsincidents.Recall facts about positioning apparatus at high-rise incidents.Select from a list guidelines for the placement and positioning of apparatus attechnical rescue incidents.Identify considerations for positioning apparatus at aircraft incidents.Choose correct facts about positioning apparatus at medical incidents.Identify the incident termination activities of the company officer.Recall the common characteristics of the National Incident ManagementSystem-Incident Command System (NIMS-ICS).Match to their definitions common terminology of the NIMS-ICS.Select facts about the common characteristics of the NIMS-ICS.Identify facts about incident priorities.Select facts about incident size-up.INCIDENT OPERATIONSALL SESSIONS WILL BETHEORY AND PRACTICAL BASEDCOURSE CONTENT“FESTI’s facilities rank with the best. The outdoor training structures takeyou through your paces and prepare you for real-life scenarios.”- Gary Renaud, Senior Airport Fire Officer with the Bermuda Fire and Rescue Services“The FESTI centre is a world class training centre with highly qualifiedstaff located in Canada. Their facilities and professional staff highlight thecompetencies of the Canadian Fire Service in general and reflectpositively on Canada.”“I have visited other facilities and FESTI is one of the best in NorthAmerica - it’s top notch. FESTI worked with me to develop a course planbuilt around my group’s specific needs.”- Derrick Manning, Deputy Fire Chief - Albian Oil SandsACCOMMODATIONResidence Inn by Marriott Toronto Airport17 Reading Court Phone: (416) 798-2900Toronto, Ontario Toll-Free: (888) 798-2977Canada, M9W 7K7 www.residenceinn.com/yyzriGroup Tour to Niagara Falls can be arranged onSaturday 14th September 2013.
  • 4. PAYMENT DETAILSCOURSE FEES (please tick as appropriate)4OTHER RELATED PUBLIC COURSESNFPA Firefighter I & IIAdvanced Fire Officer IIFire InvestigationSafety Risk AssessmentField Incident CommandEmergency Dispatch & Control Center OperationsCritical Infrastructure Security360 BSI is passionate about providing strategic safetyprograms and high potential training solutions across theregion to build personal competencies and organizationalcapability.You will receive practical training from a professionallyqualified educator with over twenty years of teaching andtraining experience.Please feel free to mix-and-match topics from the areas listedbelow to get the right training content for your staff. Othertopics may be available upon request.IN-HOUSE TRAININGThank you for your registration!* Save up to 50% for In-house Training programSubstitutions are welcome at any time. Please notify us atleast 2 working days prior to the event. All cancellations willcarry a 10% cancellation fee, once a registration form isreceived. All cancellations must be in writing by fax or emailat least 2 weeks before the event date. Cancellations withless than 2 weeks prior to the event date carry a 100% liability.However, course materials will still be couriered to you.General Information:Fees include lunch, breaks, training materials & certificate.Official confirmation will be sent, once registration hasbeen received.Participants will need to arrange their own accommodation.Personal protective equipment (PPE) is provided on-site.1234Cancellations/SubstitutionsADVANCEDFIRE OFFICER 1Fax: +603 9205 7779Tel: +603 9205 7772Mobile: +6016 3326 360Email: kris@360bsigroup.comREGISTRATION FORMVenue Details:Payment is required within 5 days upon receipt ofthe invoice.Bank transfer:360 INTERNATIONAL LIMITEDStandard Chartered BankP.O.Box – 999 Al Fardan Building,Al Mankhool Area, Bur Dubai, Dubai, U.A.EAccount No: 02-2077311-01 USDSwift No: SCBLAEADXXXIBAN No: AE920440000102207731101All payments must be received prior to the event date09 - 13 SEPTEMBER 2013FESTI PEARSONFIRE TRAINING FACILITYTORONTOCANADAFee inclusive of:- NFPA Certification- Full training manual, materials, PPE and other equipments for practical- Transport provide from Marriott Toronto Airport to training venue- Lunch and tea breaksUSD 6,950 per delegateThe fee does not include any taxes (withholding or otherwise). In case of any taxes applicablethe client has to ensure that the taxes are paid on top of the investment fee paid for the course.Compliance with the local tax laws is the responsibility of the client.Greater Toronto Airports AuthorityFire and Emergency Services Training InstituteP.O. Box 6031, 2025 Courtneypark Drive EastToronto, AMF, Ontario L5P 1B2NameName on tagJob TitleEmailMobile:::::NameName on tagJob TitleEmailMobile:::::NameName on tagJob TitleEmailMobile:::::123DELEGATESAUTHORIZATION(This form is invalid without a signature)Name :Job Title :Email :( )Tel :Organization :Address :Signature : Date: / /360 BSI (M) Sdn Bhd (833835-X), Level 8 Pavilion KL, 168 Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.©