In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, one semester hour in public safety, emergency management or fire science.
This two-day course demonstrates to students nationally recognized principles that, when used appropriately, can lead to community risk-reduction programs that can measure success in local communities. This course will give students the opportunity to explore programs from communities across the United States that have been showcased at Vision 20/20 symposiums. These programs demonstrate what nationally recognized organizations identify as examples of “best practices” in community risk reduction.
At the end of the course, students will be evaluated through a 25-question multiple-choice examination. A final grade will be provided to each student. The minimum score needed to pass is 70.
Fire and emergency services personnel who help develop and deliver fire prevention and community risk-reduction programs.
Fire and emergency services staff with an interest in advancing risk-reduction efforts in their community.
Allied health and community service personnel who help develop and deliver risk-reduction programs.
Incident Command System (ICS)-100-level and ICS-200-level training. Preferred courses are Q0462 and Q0463, available through NFA Online. Chief's signature attests that the applicant has completed this required training.
There is a pre-course assignment that should take about one hour to complete.
Submit FEMA Form 119-25-2 to the contact(s) listed below for the course offering you are interested in attending.
September 28 - 29, 2019
This course focuses on very pertinent and often overlooked issues that can be solved at a grassroots level.