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Breaking News - New NFA Leadership Train the Trainer

The class is full but you can submit your application and be placed on a waiting list.

National Fire Academy - Leadership in Supervision N0645

March 4 – 9, 2019 (six days)
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 pm each day
Charlotte Fire Department Training Center
1770 Shopton Road
Charlotte, NC 28217

Prerequisites: NC Instructor Level 2 and Fire Officer 1 or Rescue Officer.

Spaces are limited. You will be notified by email if you are accepted into the course. Applications must be received by February 4, 2019 to be eligible for selection. Please make sure you include your email and SID on your application. Applications with missing information will not be reviewed.

This six-day course is the combination of the three two-day courses within the Leadership in Supervision Series: Creating Environments for Professional Growth (Course 0646), Perspectives in Thinking (Course 0647), and Frameworks to Success (Course 0648).

This series presents the fire and emergency medical services (EMS) supervisor with the basic leadership skills and tools needed to perform effectively in the fire and EMS environment, to successfully transition to supervisory and leadership roles, and establish a conceptual foundation and framework for success in leadership roles by exploring creative, analytical, political and critical thinking perspectives.

Topics in the course include: adaptive leadership, change management, active followership, effective communication including difficult conversations, advocacy-inquiry based dialogue and persuasion, ethics, authority, power, decision-making assessing situations from multiple perspectives, fostering creativity and innovation, professionalism, resilience, emotional intelligence, situational awareness, managing conflict, delegating, mentoring, coaching, empowerment, and building collaboration and synergy for professional growth.

The course includes the development of a personal plan for active engagement in the provision of leadership in supervision.

This course meets the requirements of the Managing Officer Program for completion of Leadership I, II, and III .

Student pre-course materials and course syllabus:

To register for the class please complete the NFA application (short) form. Have the application signed by the head of your sponsoring organization section 19. Scan and email the application to: monna.gillespie@ncdoi.gov

NFA Application link:

https://www.usfa.fema.gov/downloads/pdf/ff_119_25_2_75_5a.pdf

You will be required to have FEMA Student Identification Number (SID). This number will be used in place of a Social Security Number on General Admissions Application forms. If you don’t have one please click on the link below and have one generated. The process takes about 10 minutes.

http://www.usfa.fema.gov/training/nfa/admissions/apply.html

Applications without the SID number will not be processed.

Instructor: Pamela Tourangeau
January 18 and 19, 2019
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. both days
Agricultural Resource Center
1175 S Brady Ave
Newton NC 28658

Curriculum: Fire Prevention: Management

This two-day course is based on requirements of National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1035, Standard on Fire and Life Safety Educator, Public Information Officer, Youth Firesetter Intervention Specialist and Youth Firesetter Program Manager Professional Qualifications. This course provides students with a broad understanding of the knowledge, skills and abilities that the Youth Firesetter Intervention Specialist should have as requirements of NFPA Standard 1035 pertaining to youth firesetting. This course is for the practitioner who provides services at the program delivery level. It replaces Youth Firesetting Prevention and Intervention - Level 1.

This course covers the following:

  • Review of NFPA 1035 for Youth Firesetter Intervention Specialist.
  • The extent of the youth firesetting problem and justification for local youth firesetting prevention and intervention programs.
  • Examination of the typologies of firesetting and the motivation behind firesetting behaviors.
  • Identification, intake, screening, disposition and follow-up.
  • Youth firesetting educational interventions.

At the completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Explain national trends in youth firesetting and compare those trends to the statistics from their home communities.
  • Classify the typologies of youth firesetting.
  • Explain intervention options to mitigate youth firesetting behavior.
  • Present an educational intervention for a Youth Firesetting Prevention and Intervention Program.

Selection Criteria

Students either have or will have responsibilities as the practitioner who provides services at the program delivery level. This includes the person who is responsible for the identification, intake, screening, educational intervention, follow-up, and evaluation of the program services and results. Students representing the fire service are encouraged to partner with other agencies for this training. Partners can include but are not limited to fire investigators, law enforcement, mental health, social services, juvenile justice, or other stakeholders who can assist in building and maintaining programs in their communities.

Pre Course Assignment:

To achieve the optimal benefits of the course, we ask that you perform some basic research in advance of the course. Please come prepared to discuss the following information pertinent to your community:

Is your community urban, suburban, rural or a mixture (per se)?

How many youth firesetting incidents does your organization handle per year?

What types of youth firesetting incidents do you handle the most frequently?

Are there particular age groups that represent a greater problem than others?

What is the minimum age at which your jurisdiction can file criminal charges against a youth for fire-related incidents?

If charges can be filed, what is the average number of youth that are charged per year?

On average, how many injuries caused by youth firesetting does your community experience per year? How many deaths?

On average, how much property loss is associated with youth firesetting per year?

If your organization currently has a YFSPI program, please bring copies of the various documents that are utilized to support it, such as intake and screening forms. Please also bring a copy of any lesson plans for the educational component of your program.

If your organization does not have a program, do not worry. The course includes many examples of support materials.

To register for the class please complete the NFA application (short) form.  Have the application signed by the head of your sponsoring organization section 19.   Scan and email the application to: monna.gillespie@ncdoi.gov

NFA Application link:

https://www.usfa.fema.gov/downloads/pdf/ff_119_25_2_75_5a.pdf

You will be required to have FEMA Student Identification Number (SID). This number will be used in place of a Social Security Number on General Admissions Application forms. If you don’t have one please click on the link below and have one generated. The process takes about 10 minutes.

http://www.usfa.fema.gov/training/nfa/admissions/apply.html

Applications without the SID number will not be processed.

FO0634 - Youth Firesetting Prevention and Intervention - Level 2

Instructor: Pamela Tourangeau
February 15 -16, 2019
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. both days
Agricultural Resource Center
1175 S Brady Ave
Newton NC 28658

Curriculum: Fire Prevention: Management

This two-day course is based on requirements of National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1035, Standard on Fire and Life Safety Educator, Public Information Officer, Youth Firesetter Intervention Specialist and Youth Firesetter Program Manager Professional Qualifications. The course is designed for the person who is responsible or will be responsible for leading a youth firesetting prevention and intervention program. This course replaces Youth Firesetting Prevention and Intervention - Level 2.

This course covers the following:

  • Review of NFPA 1035 for Youth Firesetter Program Manager.
  • Leading a youth firesetting prevention and intervention program.
  • Program development.
  • Program evaluation.

At the completion of the course, students will be able to:

  • Explain the differences in NFPA 1035 between Youth Firesetter Intervention Specialist and Youth Firesetter Program Manager.
  • Summarize the overall job performance requirements of a youth firesetting prevention and intervention program.
  • Develop a youth firesetting prevention and intervention program in their community.
  • Demonstrate how to evaluate a youth firesetting prevention and intervention program.

Selection Criteria

Students either have or will have responsibilities related to developing, implementing, coordinating and/or managing a youth firesetting prevention and intervention program in their community. Students representing the fire service are encouraged to partner with other agencies for this training. Partners can include but are not limited to fire investigators, law enforcement, mental health, social services, juvenile justice, or other stakeholders who can assist in building and maintaining programs in their communities.

To register for the class please complete the NFA application (short) form.  Have the application signed by the head of your sponsoring organization section 19.   Scan and email the application to:  monna.gillespie@ncdoi.gov

NFA Application link:

https://www.usfa.fema.gov/downloads/pdf/ff_119_25_2_75_5a.pdf

You will be required to have a FEMA Student Identification Number (SID). This number will be used in place of a Social Security Number on General Admissions Application forms. If you don’t have one please click on the link below and have one generated.  The process takes about 10 minutes.

http://www.usfa.fema.gov/training/nfa/admissions/apply.html

Applications without the SID number will not be processed.