|Delivery type||6-Day On-Campus|
|ACE recommendation||In the upper division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in Fire Service Admininstration.|
|Student pre-course materials and course syllabus|
This 6-day course, ideally suited to small-town America, seeks to build a prevention base for emergency responders in communities with populations of 25,000 people or fewer. The course is designed to enable the student to identify and apply prevention strategies in his or her own community. Subjects covered include lessons from the past, risk identification, prevention tools and techniques, influencing community prevention activities, prevention plan marketing, and evaluation. Class activities allow the students to apply what they are learning. Students who successfully complete this course will be better prepared to begin development and implementation of their own community's prevention plan. NOTE: There is a precourse assignement; information on the precourse assignment is provided to the student after acceptance into the course offering.
|Comments||Completely changed my attitude toward prevention...An enormous amount of ideas to take back to my community to start a prevention program on a grand scale...It opened my eyes to other aspects of prevention.|