A must have for every fire department training officer!
In order to be an effective educator within a modern fire department, training officers require knowledge and skills that often exceed what they have learned in their formalized training. The Training Officers Desk Reference goes beyond traditional fire instructor training standards and requirements to teach readers how to adapt by incorporating new ideas, training drills, and alternative learning methods. Authored by a team of expert fire service educators, this essential manual will assist readers in becoming dynamic, effective training officers in the classroom, on the training grounds, and beyond.
Whether employed at a paid, combination, volunteer, or industrial fire department, the Training Officers Desk Reference will help training officers train for situational awareness, improve hands-on training drills, improve adaptability and recognition primed decision making skills, and find new and innovative methods to deliver training within their department.
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 You as the Training Officer
Chapter 3 Evaluating and Creating your Own Program
Chapter 4 Guiding Requirements
Chapter 5 Strategic Planning for the Training Division
Chapter 6 The Preparation Stage
Chapter 7 The Presentation Step
Chapter 8 The Application Phase
Chapter 9 The Evaluation Phase
Chapter 10 Alternative Learning
Chapter 11 Budgeting
Chapter 12 The Generations and Fire Service Training
Chapter 13 Special Topics in Training
Chapter 14 Investigations
Chapter 15 Physical Fitness Training for Recruit Academies
Chapter 16 Promotional Assessments
Chapter 17 Sample Training Drills
Appendix A Sample Schedules, Lesson Plans, and Course Outlines
Appendix B Sample Training Reports
Appendix C Website Resource List
Appendix D ISFSI Fire Department Required Training Self-Assessment Guide (ISO, OSHA, NFPA)
Appendix E OSHA Training Curriculum Guidelines 1910.120(q)
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