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Ethical Leadership in the Classroom

This  course is designed to provide you with concepts and theories of the ethical decision making process, help you recognize the signs of an ethical dilemma, identify advantages and disadvantages of ethical behavior, and an opportunity to review examples of classroom situations in which instructors used their leadership role to either encourage or discourage ethical behavior. Participants in this class will examine ethics, values, principles, and morality.

Course Content

  • Instructor Code of Ethics/Conduct
  • Ethics Awareness Inventory
  • Ethics, Principles, and Values
  • Assessing Personal Core Values
  • Recognizing Ethical Dilemmas
  • Ethical Choices

Additional Information

Required Course Materials

Course Format/Time

  • Course requires 8 hours of classroom-based instruction (instructor and video)

Prerequisites

  • None

Instructor I

Instructional Methodology

This course provides the skills and knowledge needed for the entry level professional instructor to perform his or her duties safely, effectively, and competently. The curriculum is based on the 2012 edition of NFPA 1041 Standard for Fire Service Instructor Professional Qualifications.

Course Content

  • Definitions of Duty
  • Determining Needed Adaptations
  • Adapting Lesson Plans
  • Utilizing Audiovisual Materials
  • Grading and Securing Student Examinations
  • Assembling Course Materials

Additional Information

Course Materials

Fire and Emergency Services Instructor

Fire and Emergency Services Instructor Study Guide 8E

Optimizing Cognitive Rehabilitation: Effective Instructional Methods *Not Required

Course Format/Time

  • Course requires approximately 40 hours to complete.
  • Classroom-based (instructor and video, with skills conducted throughout)

Prerequisites

The following courses are recommended:

  • Introduction to the Incident Command System (IS-100.B), FEMA OR
  • National Incident Management System (IS-700.A), FEMA

Instructor II

This course provides the skills and knowledge needed for the intermediate level professional instructor to perform his or her duties safely, effectively, and competently. The curriculum is based on the 2012 edition of NFPA 1041 Standard for Fire Service Instructor Professional Qualifications and the 2012 edition of NFPA 1403 Standard on Live Fire Training Evolutions.

Course Content

  • Definitions of Duty
  • Conducting Classes and Conference Sessions
  • Creating Lesson Plans
  • Modifying Lesson Plans
  • Developing a Class Evaluation Instrument
  • Formulating Budget Needs
  • Coordinating Record-Keeping

Additional Information

Course Materials

Fire and Emergency Services Instructor

Fire and Emergency Services Instructor Study Guide 8E

Optimizing Cognitive Rehabilitation: Effective Instructional Methods *Not Required

Course Format/Time

  • Course requires approximately 40 hours to complete.
  • Classroom-based (instructor and video, with skills conducted throughout)

Prerequisites

  • Instructor I
  • Introduction to the Incident Command System (IS-100.B), FEMA OR
  • National Incident Management System (IS-700.A), FEMA

Instructor III

This course provides information on planning, developing, and implementing comprehensive programs and curricula. Topics include instructional development, program management, program and instructor evaluation, and test reliability and validity. The curriculum is based on the 2012 edition of NFPA 1041 Standard for Fire Service Instructor Professional Qualifications.

Course Content

  • Reasons For Lesson Plan Development
  • Determining Levels of Instruction
  • Employing the Four-step Method of Instruction
  • Developing Student Behavioral Objectives
  • Creating Oral, Written, and Performance Tests
  • Student Instructor Teaching Demonstrations

Additional Information

Course Materials

Fire and Emergency Services Instructor

Fire and Emergency Services Instructor Study Guide 8E

Optimizing Cognitive Rehabilitation: Effective Instructional Methods *Not Required

Course Format/Time

  • Course requires approximately 40 hours to complete.
  • Classroom-based (instructor and video, with skills conducted throughout)

Prerequisites

  • Instructor I
  • Instructor II
  • Introduction to the Incident Command System (IS-100.B), FEMA OR
  • National Incident Management System (IS-700.A), FEMA

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