CPR Pensacola and Fire Service Training, LLC

Class Schedule - Fire Science Classes

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Instructors aligned under CPR Pensacola must submit an annual alignment fee.  

( In the "Additional Information Request box, type the Discipline ( ACLS, BLS,or PALS)

A separate application and payment must be submitted for each discipline.

This curriculum is geared toward teaching the student how to assimilate information contained in working, drawing and specifications as they relate to the fire inspector. The curriculum includes how to interpret conventional graphic communications. Accepted standards and conventions are introduced. Symbols, abbreviations, principles of technical projection, as well as, a review of construction arithmetic and geometry, are included. Related worksheets are used to allow for applied experience of finding and interpreting information from authentic drawings.

Required Textbook and materials: Plans Examiner for Fire and Emergency Services, 2nd Edition; Publisher: IFSTA; ISBN-13: 978-0879396084
Architectural Ruler

Please enter your FCDICE number on the registration screen when prompted for License Number.

This portion of the inspector program is a vital segment in completing the Fire Prevention Inspector's Certification requirements. This course is designed to familiarize inspectors with the five basic units of NFPA 101. This course includes statewide fire prevention code NFPA 1. Students will need a copy of the 6th Edition Florida Fire Prevention Code as this is a very hands-on class using the book. 

Please enter your FCDICE number on the registration screen when prompted for License Number.

This course and the exams are based on NFPA 1002: Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver / Operator Professional Qualifications, and may lead to certifications. This course is designed for the firefighter who wishes to advance to the next level of his/her career. NOTE: Students must bring gloves, hardhat and proper attire for fire stream operations exercises.

NOTE: Ensure your FCDICE student ID is entered for the "license number" in order for you to receive credit for the class.

Required Textbook: Pumping Apparatus DRIVER/OPERATOR Handbook (3rd ed.); IFSTA Publishing (2015) ISBN: 978-087939574-2

This course is a continuation of Fire and Life Safety I designed to provide the public educator with the knowledge and skills needed to successfully perform as a fire and life safety educator manager as addressed in NFPA 1035. For those who practice the multidiscipline profession of fire and life safety educator manager (including uniformed fire service personnel and other professionals), topics include political process, change through knowledge, community analysis, budget process, public policy recommendations, communications with leadership, evaluating team performance, requesting resources from external organizations, facilitation of partnerships, measuring learning, challenges to learning, developing informational an educational materials, developing lesson plans, designing and revising programs and evaluation and measuring of programs and how to develop the instruments to do so. This course meets the national certification criteria for Fire and Life Safety Education, Level II.

Fees for classes do not represent income for the American Heart Association.