Fire and Emergency Services Instructor, 8th Edition
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Fire and Emergency Services Instructor Eighth Edition helps students meet the job performance requirements of NFPA 1041, Standard for Fire Service Instructor Professional Qualifications (2012) for Instructor levels I, II, and III. The manual also provides a reference for instructors who may perform duties outside of their current certification levels. This new edition has been reorganized to provide clearer separations between the three instructor levels: Chapter 1–9 cover Level I, Chapters 10–14 cover Level II, and Chapters 15–17 cover Level III. The text has been shortened from 22 chapters to 17. As a result, the text is more concise and easier to teach. The text reflects new changes in the NFPA standard, including a discussion of bias in instructional and testing materials.
- The Instructor as a Professional
- Principles of Learning
- Instructional Planning
- Instructional Materials and Equipment
- Learning Environment
- Classroom Instruction
- Skills-Based Training Beyond the Classroom
- Testing and Evaluation
- Records, Reports, and Scheduling
- Lesson Plan Development
- Training Evolution Supervision
- Test Item Construction
- Supervisory and Administrative Duties
- Instructor and Class Evaluations
- Course and Curriculum Development
- Training Program Evaluation
- Training Program Administration
Publisher: International Fire Service Training Association (IFSTA)
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