Enrollment in mediated courses is currently on hold. This 6-week online mediated course will provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to apply the Transformational Model and process to manage fiscal and resource allocations.
Participants practice application of computer software for data analysis and decision-making, such as Microsoft Excel, PivotTables, regression tools, templates (Occupancy Vulnerability Assessment Profile/Risk Assessment Form, Emergency Response and Risk Hazard, and Value Evaluation), as well as National Fire Incident Reporting System and National Emergency Medical Services Information System databases. They will explore modules that include Outcomes, Technology, Services and Fiscal Management.
The course concludes with a capstone project in which participants develop a Staff Report, Executive Summary and Proposal PowerPoint for a self-selected/instructor-approved project.
Applicants are strongly encouraged to take the self-study course Q0880, "Management Tools for Emergency Services Leaders" available through NFA Online before attending this course.
This course is relevant to members of organizations who are involved in any aspect of budgeting and department planning decisions.
It targets presidents, officers, treasurers, trustees/boards of directors, chief officers, and any member who recommends programmatic decisions or policies within a fire or EMS organization.
Incident Command System (ICS)-100-level and ICS-200-level training. Preferred courses are Q0462 and Q0463, available through NFA Online.