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1st Advisory Board Presentation

  1. 1. Fire Science Advisory Board- Autumn 2011Fire Science
  2. 2. Topics for Today Fire Academy Track Fire Academic Track Demographics Future vision Fire Science
  3. 3. Fire Academy Track Jay Louks Fire Science
  4. 4. Comparable ProgramsSchool Cost Gear ProvidedCSCC $1500 yesCost: 12 quarter hours = 948.00 + Lab Fee=300.00 + Personnel Gear=250.00OFA $2700 no, student must rentDJVS $2500 no, student must rentEastland ClosedTolles $2200 no, student must rent Fire Science
  5. 5. Our History North West Career Center- 1999 Program Begins Students Instructors All equipment belonged to NWCC All classes held at NWCC Summer quarter only Fire Science
  6. 6. 2002- Search for a New Home Hiring of additional Instructors 20 Students 12 Instructors + 4 Assistants New CSCC Fire Equipment was purchased Classes now held on NW Campus, WFD, WTFD and The OFA Fire Science
  7. 7. 2004- Improving Class Class growing in popularity (classes fill in 2 days) Purchased a CSCC fire engine 12 Instructors + 4 Assistants 20 Students Classes now held on NW Campus, WFD, WTFD and The OFA Fire Science
  8. 8. 2006- Our own “Fire House” Moved into our own new facility Classroom and Lab Instructors increased to 22 Class size increased to 24 Students SCBA Confidence Maze built 100 MSA SCBA’s from Columbus Fire Curriculum & test scores improved Fire Science
  9. 9. Today Excellent Program reputation and recognition Increasing requests for training First generations of students now full time on fire departments. Purchased air compressor to extend training time 30 New SCBAs Students increasingly marketable Surrounding fire departments now wanting to train at our facility with our instructors Fire Science
  10. 10. Future Vision Addition of a new winter quarter class (running 4 FF I & II per year) Joint Training Facility Continuing Education FESHE Certification Academic Track Fire Science
  11. 11. Live-Fire Training Facility Fire Science
  12. 12. Fire Science
  13. 13. Ground floor Fire Science
  14. 14. View to 2nd floor Fire Science
  15. 15. Academic Track Jack McCoy Fire Science
  16. 16. Academic Track Initial Training FF Development Officer Development Chief Officer Development Continuing Education Core Competencies (Academy/Academic) Fire Science
  17. 17. FESHE Associate Degree Plan Six Core Courses −Building Construction for Fire Protection −Fire Behavior and Combustion −Fire Prevention −Fire Protection Hydraulic & Water Supply −Fire Protection Systems −Principles of Emergency ServicesFire and Emergency Services Higher Education (FESHE) Fire Science
  18. 18. FESHE Associate Degree Plan Non-Core Courses −Fire Administration I −Occupational Health & Safety −Legal Aspects of the Emergency Service −Hazardous Materials Chemistry −Strategy & Tactics −Fire Investigation I & II Fire Science
  19. 19. Unique learners- registered for at least one class Fire Science
  20. 20.  Credit Student Home Address Locations in Ohio Autumn 2010 Fire Science
  21. 21.  Credit Student Home Address Locations in Service District Autumn 2010 Fire Science
  22. 22.  Credit Student Density by Zip Code Autumn 2010 Fire Science
  23. 23.  Students Taking at Least One Class via Distance Learning Autumn 2010 Fire Science
  24. 24. Total enrollment for all courses Fire Science
  25. 25. Inter-quarter Retention Fire Science
  26. 26. Annual Retention Fire Science
  27. 27. Students by Gender Fire Science
  28. 28. Students by Race/Ethnicity Fire Science
  29. 29. Students by Age Fire Science
  30. 30. Credit Hours/Student Average Fire Science
  31. 31. Graduate Survey 2009-2010 Graduates returning Graduates returning surveys as PercentDepartment Total Graduates surveys of Total GraduatesEMS 28 1 3.57%Fire 2 1 50% Fire Science
  32. 32. GraduatesDepartment Degree 2009 Summer 2009 Autumn 2010 Spring 2010 AutumnEMS/Fire Science EMS/Fire Science ATS 6 5 3 11Fire Science Fire Science AAS 2 12 10 8 6 EMS/Fire ATS FIRE AAS 4 2 0 1 2 3 4 Fire Science
  33. 33. Graduate Retention Autumn 2009 – Winter 2010 Number Retained the Department Degree Total Majors Percentage Retained Following WinterEMS EMS AAS 66 43 65.15% EMS/FIREEMS ATS 241 158 65.56%Fire FIRE AAS 79 49 62% Fire Science
  34. 34. Our Tasks Content Design Delivery Assessment Progression Fire Science
  35. 35. Fire Science Program Components Initial Training Core FF Competencies Development Student Focus Continuing Officer Education Development Chief Officer Development Fire Science
  36. 36. Fire Science Program Components Initial Training Core FFCompetencies Development Student Focus Continuing Officer Education Development Chief Officer Development EMS Continuing Education

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