FRSC 1050 - Fire and Life Safety EducatorI
3.00 Credit Hours
Pre-Requisite(s): FRSC 1020, FRSC 1030, FRSC 1040, FRSC 1141
Most structural fires, fire deaths and fire injuries occur in the home. This course addresses some of the most important responsibilities of the modern fire service; teaching the public to prevent or if needed, escape fires and related emergencies. We have adopted the approach that we must learn from each incident then put the information to work to prevent fires and fire losses through public fire and life safety education. Topics include: general requisite knowledge, administration, planning and development, education and implementation, and evaluation.