Fire & Life Safety Educator 1 with IFSAC Testing
Date(s): May 16, 2022 - May 19, 2022
Time: 8:00 AM PST - 8:00 AM PST
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This in-person four-day course will instruct students on the basic duties and responsibilities of a Fire and Life Safety Educator Level 1. This course will prepare students for the written exam and practical evaluations for the IFSAC Fire and Life Safety Educator 1 certification. Students will be trained in selection of educational materials specifically designed for target audiences to reduce risk in their communities. They will demonstrate their ability to coordinate and deliver community fire and injury prevention programs through multiple presentation methods. The course will also teach students how to evaluate and document the effectiveness of each educational program through written reports. A written test will take place on the 4th day of the class and students will be expected to pass with a score of 70% or higher. The practical evaluation will follow the written test and students will be expected to deliver a lesson they develop during the course, demonstrating in a blended fashion, tasks on the skill sheets.
No course prerequisites.
Required Materials: IFSTA Fire and Life Safety Educator, 3rd edition. *Textbook not included in class fee*
|Day 1||Day 2||Day 3||Day 4|
|Lecture||Lecture||Lecture Review||Written Test|
|Lecture||Presentation Prep||Presentation Prep||Presentations|
|Study Session||Study Session||Study Session||Evaluations|
Jamie McIntyre, LICSW, received her master’s in social work, with an emphasis on aging, from Eastern Washington University. McIntyre has over ten years of experience in the social service arena and is currently the Community Risk Reduction Manager for Spokane Fire Department and serves on the board for the Washington Public Fire Educators.
Shawneri Guzman has worked in prevention for nearly 30 years. The first 25 years of her career were spent at Providence Hospital, a level II trauma center, where she served as a data analyst and injury prevention specialist. For the last 4 years she has served as the Community Outreach Manager for South County Fire. Guzman also serves as a member of the Washington Public Fire Educators.
No meals are included with this event.