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Design Chapter 11 - Professional Development and Resources
Design Chapter 11 - Professional Development and Resources
Design Chapter 11 - Professional Development and Resources
Design Chapter 11 - Professional Development and Resources
Design Chapter 11 - Professional Development and Resources
Design Chapter 11 - Professional Development and Resources
Design Chapter 11 - Professional Development and Resources
Design Chapter 11 - Professional Development and Resources
Design Chapter 11 - Professional Development and Resources
Design Chapter 11 - Professional Development and Resources
Design Chapter 11 - Professional Development and Resources
Design Chapter 11 - Professional Development and Resources
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  • When teaching, often, the instructor learns as much or more than the students. While that comment does not sound quite right, it often happens. Good discussion point. Professional development comes in many shapes and sizes and should be part of a good instructor’s lifestyle.
  • A mentor can provide: Guidance A good role model Constructive criticism to help you grow (personally and professionally) Insight from experiences.
  • Let us not forget the world wide web as and endless source of information.
  • National system will give consistency across the nation.
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    • 1. Fire Service Course Design Florida State Fire College Ocala, Florida
    • 2. Chapter 11 Professional Development and Resources
    • 3. Terminal Objective
      • Upon completion of this chapter
        • The student will be able to develop their plan for professional development as a fire service instructor
    • 4. Enabling Objectives
      • Upon completion of this chapter, the student will be able to:
        • Describe the role of mentors
        • Identify various continuing professional development opportunities
        • Discuss the value of using a library as fire service instructors
        • Describe research as it pertains to the fire service instructor
    • 5.
      • Enabling Objectives cont’
        • Describe various ways to obtain professional development opportunities
        • Describe Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education (FESHE) and how it affects the fire service instructor
        • Discuss the benefits of Training Resources and Data Exchange (TRADE) to the fire service Instructor
    • 6. Introduction
      • Fire service instructors must continue to expand their skills and knowledge
      • Education never ends
      • Like a tree, it continues to grow
    • 7. Professional Development
      • Continuous learning
      • As an instructor, your learning is not complete
      • Best instructors never stop learning
    • 8. Professional Development
      • Mentor
        • Valuable resource for new or seasoned instructors
        • Align with experts in the field
    • 9. Professional Development
      • Continuing Professional Development
        • Conferences and seminars
        • Fire Rescue East
        • Great Florida Fire School
        • Courage to be Safe Train the Trainer
        • National Fire Academy
        • Just the beginning of an almost endless list of possibilities
    • 10. Professional Development
      • The library – municipal and college
      • Research
      • Professional groups and organizations
      • Publications
    • 11. Professional Development
      • Higher Education
        • College coursework
        • Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education
        • Associate Degree
        • Baccalaureate Degrees
    • 12. Professional Development
      • National higher education system
      • Collaboration in fire and emergency services
        • Training, certification, and higher education
        • Consistency
      • TRADE
        • Resource and data exchange

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