Fire Officer Series II

1540 Private Fire Protection Systems I

This course is a survey of fire protection systems and domestic water supply. The operational features and functional characteristics of fire detection and suppression systems and devices will be studied.

Required Textbook

Jones, A. M. (2016). Fire protection systems (2nd ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning..

1550 Fire Prevention Practices

This course is a survey of the principles of fire prevention and investigation. It includes a study of fire hazards in various occupancies; a review of fire prevention codes; a study of procedures and techniques of fire prevention inspection, public relations, methods of determining the area of fire origin, fire cause, fire spread and location and preservation of evidence.

Required Textbook

Murnane, L. (2016). Fire inspection and code enforcement (8th ed.). Stillwater, OK: IFSTA.

Publisher: IFSTA. ISBN:978-0879396053

https://www.ifsta.org/

2811 Firefighting Tactics And Strategies II

This course is a study of the principles utilized on the fire ground for maximum manpower and equipment utilization and fire ground administration at all levels from a small fire through major conflagrations. Emphasis will be on developing critical thinking in relation to crises.

 Required Textbook

Smith, J. P. (2017). Strategic and tactical considerations on the fireground (4th ed.). New York, NY: Pearson

9572 State-wide Emergency Response Plan (SERP)

The Florida Fire Chiefs’ Association FFCA created the SERP to provide for the systematic mobilization, deployment, organization, and management of emergency resources throughout Florida, and the Nation, in assisting local agencies in mitigating the effects of any large scale disaster. The local fire rescue agency is the first tier of response in the event of a natural or man-made disaster

 Required Textbook

All classroom materials included

NFA (0465) ICS-300 Intermediate Incident Management System

Persons serving as command staff, section chiefs, strike team leaders, task force leaders, unit leaders, division/group supervisors, branch directors, and multi-agency coordination system/emergency operations center staff. The ICS-300 course covers the following topical areas: ICS Staffing and organization to include: reporting and working relationships and information flow; Transfer of Command; Unified Command functions in a multi- jurisdictional or multi-agency incident; ICS forms; Resource Management; and interagency mission planning and procurement.