Introduction to Community Risk Assessment Q0843

Curriculum: Fire Prevention: Public Education
Training Specialist

Michael Weller
301-447-1476

Delivery type
Self-study
Continuing education units
0.4
ACE recommendation
There is not an American Council on Education credit recommendation for this course.

Introduction to Community Risk Assessment (ICRA) (Q0843) is a new online self-study course that empowers the learner with a foundational understanding of the components, benefits, and processes of conducting risk assessments. As a prerequisite to the National Fire Academy (NFA) risk reduction program pathway, this course brings all students to the same level of understanding about risk assessments as they progress into more advanced courses. This course uses realistic scenarios to expose students to real-life situations. Students can expect to receive a foundation in vocabulary, working with demographic and community data, and interacting with stakeholders.

This course is an excellent foundational course for those new to community risk reduction. It is appropriate for audiences such as law enforcement, educators, allied health professionals, juvenile justice officials and wildland urban interface partners. It is especially appropriate for station-based officers, line staff and EMS providers.

This course takes approximately five hours to complete and can be taken in segments at the student's convenience.

Selection criteria

None

Prerequisites

It is highly recommended that students take NFA online self-study course Q0841, Introduction to Strategic Community Risk Reduction prior to enrolling in this course.

Post-course requirements

None