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The Remembering When workshop is centered around 16 key safety messages – eight fire prevention and eight fall prevention - developed by experts from national and local safety organizations as well as through focus group testing in high-fire-risk states. The program was designed to be implemented by a coalition comprising of the local fire department, service clubs, social and religious organizations, retirement communities, and others. Coalition members can decide how to best approach the local senior population through group presentations, during home visits, and/or as part of a smoke alarm installation and fall intervention program. This interactive training will assist educators with how to utilize the program in their community.
This class is designed to teach new instructors the North Carolina Fire/Rescue Certification delivery system and instructor qualification process. Indoctrination class is a requirement before a new instructor can sign up for a Qualification School or a Field-Tested Qualification. The prerequisite for this class is Instructor II certification. A special addition to this offering will include discussion on recent changes to the FLSE curriculum as well as hybrid delivery of FLSE courses.
This class will meet the following objectives:
- Learn the NC Statutes and regulatory agencies and systems
- Learn the NC FRC policy and procedures
- Understanding process, development, and intent of the NC Lesson Plan and Practical Skills
- Learn what to do and not do through case studies
The course will grant credit towards the required 2018 Instructor Upgrade and the optional Proctor Course.
This class is NOT required for instructors who already possess an active qualification in any subject area.