Fire Service  Instructor  I/II                                                                                      
This course is designed to provide students with the essential tools and skills to
coordinate training in a local fire/emergency service organization. Course
content deals with a variety of training challenges facing the local training officer,
including dealing with personnel, program planning, delivery, and training liability.

Once again this is a suggested plan of training to provide the firefighter with a
well rounded education and comply with current Federal and State standards. It
is by no means a complete and comprehensive program. This is primarily
classroom training that should be complemented with your department's live fire
training evolutions. There are additional specialty subjects firefighters may take
to increase their skills. This recommended plan covers the basics.  

Fire Officer 1                                                                                                      
This course in the Fire Officer series continues to examine the transition from
firefighter to supervisor, further addressing the Fire Officer I job performance
requirements of NFPA 1021. Topics include group dynamics, information
management and budgets, company level training, public education, community
relations and labor relations, pre-incident planning, crew resource management,
and strategy & tactics for multiple company operations.

Fire Officer 2
This course is includes the Fire Officer II job performance requirements of the
NFPA 1021 standard, this course builds on the skills learned in Introduction to
Fire Officer I and Fire Officer I.  Students begin to examine the functions of a
“Managing Fire Officer”. Topics include government administration, human
resource management, media relations, budgeting, fire inspection practices,
analyzing injuries, post-incident analysis, preparing for the future.