Tuesday and Friday
Tuesday and Friday
This course will be held on Tuesdays and Fridays. Both orientation and testing will be in-person; all other meetings will be held online in the evening via Zoom. The last day of the course will be all day Saturday. This is a mid-career level course with a significant workload outside of class time. Students are expected to perform at or above the standards set forth in NFPA 1041 Chapter 5.
Week 1: In-person orientation, NH Fire Academy & EMS (1 day, 1300-1600)
Week 2: Online (2 evenings, 1800-2100)
Week 3: Online (2 evenings, 1800-2100)
Week 4: Online (2 evenings, 1800-2100)
Week 5: Online (2 evenings, 1800-2100)
Week 6: In-person final testing and project presentations, NH Fire Academy & EMS (1 Saturday, 0830-1700)
Syllabus: Instructor II Syllabus (Spring 2023)
This course is the intermediate level of standards-based certification for fire and emergency services instructors. During this intensive five week higher-education course you will demonstrate, in addition to the job performance requirements of an Instructor I, the knowledge and ability to develop individual lesson plans for a specific topic including learning objectives, instructional aids, and evaluation instruments; schedule training sessions based on overall training plan of AHJ; and supervise and coordinate the activities of other instructors. The course will be conducted in a blended online and in-person format consisting of primarily online synchronous video meetings, online assignments, and activities, and an in-person presentation and testing day. Regular internet access is required to be able to complete the online component of this course. Online course work will require frequent and reliable internet access. To successfully complete this program, you should anticipate one to three hours of additional reading, preparatory work, and homework per hour of scheduled class time. Upon completion of this course, you will have met the professional qualifications standards outlined in chapter 5 of National Fire Protection Association® (NFPA®) 1041, 2019 edition. You will find a list of the learning objectives and relevant Job Performance Requirements (JPR) in each course module. If you successfully complete the certification process, you will receive a ProBoard® certification as a Fire and Emergency Services Instructor Level II.
Prerequisites must be met at the time of registration.
Registration is only permitted within the defined registration window. Prerequisites must be met at the time of registration. Courses where pricing is listed as "grant funded" covers course tuition only. Overtime/backfill eligible courses will be specifically noted.
Registration Opens: Monday January 01, 2024 @ 08:00 Registration Closes: Tuesday February 13, 2024 @ 16:00