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									DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
 DIVISION OF FIRE PREVENTION
   TRAINING and EDUCATION
           BUREAU




  Public Fire and Life Safety
           Educator
 CONVERSION CERTIFICATION
        APPLICATION
        Training & Education Bureau
         Division of Fire Prevention
        Department of Public Safety
             5700 E. Tudor Road
          Anchorage, Alaska 99507
                (907)269-5789
              Fax (907)269-0134

          www.alaskafiretraining.com
                                       State of Alaska
                 Public Fire and Life Safety Educator Certification Program

                                           Background
The increasing need for qualified Public Fire and Life Safety Education professionals in Alaska
led to the development of the certification process for Public Fire and Life Safety Educator.


                                        Certification Program
The Public Fire and Life Safety Educator certification program includes three levels: Public Fire
and Life Safety Educator I, II and III.

Based on NFPA 1035, a Public Fire and Life Safety Educator I is a person who has
demonstrated the knowledge and skills necessary to schedule, present and evaluate an
education program for a variety of audiences.

Based on NFPA 1035, a Public Fire and Life Safety Educator II is a person who has
demonstrated the skills and depth of knowledge necessary to develop presentations, analyze
statistical information to select target groups, evaluate program status and write budget
proposals.

Based on NFPA 1035, a Public Fire and Life Safety Educator III is a person who has
demonstrated the skills and depth of knowledge necessary to develop training programs, assist
with public policy issues and manage a Public Fire and Life Safety Education program.


         Basic Requirements for Public Fire and Life Safety Educator Certification

Public Fire and Life Safety Educator I
   a. Applicant must have completed a TEB approved Methods of Instruction Course or
      equivalent.
   b. Applicant must be a certified Firefighter I, Basic Firefighter or complete the fire behavior
      bridge course.
   c. Applicant must successfully complete a TEB approved training program for Public Fire
      and Life Safety Educator I.
   d. Applicant must successfully complete the TEB written exam with a score of 70% or more
      and practical exams for Public Fire and Life Safety Educator.

Public Fire and Life Safety Educator II
   a. Applicant must be a certified Public Fire and Life Safety Educator I.
   b. Applicant must successfully complete a TEB approved training program of Public Fire
      and Life Safety Educator II.
   c. Applicant must successfully complete the TEB written exam with a score of 70% or more
      and practical exams for Public Fire and Life Safety Educator II.

Public Fire and Life Safety Educator III
   a. Applicant must be a certified Public Fire and Life Safety Educator II.
   b. Applicant must successfully complete a TEB approved training program for Public Fire
      and Life Safety Educator III.
   c. Applicant must successfully complete the TEB written exam with a score of 70% or more
      and practical exams for Public Fire and Life Safety Educator III.
              Approved Public Fire and Life Safety Educator Training Courses
To take the certification exam for Public Fire and Life Safety Educator I, II or III, applicants must
have completed a TEB approved training course. These training courses may be offered
through TEB, through an accredited training program with an approved curriculum; or through
other “stand alone” courses that have been prior approved by TEB. If a particular entity is
interested in conducting a TEB approved course they must follow the requirements of the
Accreditation and Course Approval manual. Applicants may not use courses for certification if
the course has not received prior approval from The Training and Education Bureau.



                                 Testing Elements for Certification
All applicants for certification must successfully complete both, a written exam with a score of
70% or more, and practical examination after completing the approved training course. The
written exam for each level is a 50 multiple-choice questions based on NFPA 1035 (2000 ed.),
and the IFSTA Fire and Life Safety Educator 2nd edition. The practical exam for each level
follows the TEB approved skill sheets for Public Fire and Life Safety Educator I, II or III.



                                  Personal Background Checks
A criminal history background check is required for certification as a Public Fire and Life Safety
Educator Level I, II or III. The Supervisor of the Training and Education Bureau will review the
criminal history background check. The Supervisor will follow the criminal history background
check requirements established by the Alaska Fire Standards Council.



                                          Re-certification
Public Fire and Life Safety Educator I, II or III certification will NOT require re-certification.



                                      Reciprocity/Challenge
Reciprocity will be issued for Public Fire and Life Safety Educator I, II and III. TEB will only give
direct reciprocity to an individual who has received Public Fire and Life Safety Educator
certification through an International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC) or
Professional Qualifications Board (ProBoard) accredited entity. Applicants for reciprocity must
complete a TEB application for certification and must attach a copy of either their ProBoard or
IFSAC certification for that level. On each certificate the seal number must be visible.

TEB will accept challenge applicants for Public Fire and Life Safety Educator I, II or III, but this
must be done through a locally accredited training program. To complete this challenge process
the applicant must contact an accredited program and receive approval from the local training
officer to enter their training program. Once the local training officer has signed off that the
applicant is ready to take the state certification exam, they will be accepted into the next exam
at that location. It is up to the local training officer to provide assurances that the applicant is
ready to test. If successful the applicant will receive their certification through the accredited
training program.
                                   IFSAC Certification
The Public Fire and Life Safety Educator program is not certified by the International Fire
Service Accreditation Congress. Alaska Training and Education Bureau is hoping to receive
accreditation in the future.


                                       Conversion Program
There are a number of individuals in Alaska who have been involved in Public Fire and Life
Safety Education for a long time. These individuals have attended training and have been
conducting Public Fire and Life Safety Education programs meeting or exceeding the NFPA
standards. A Public Fire and Life Safety Educator Certification Conversion Program has been
designed that allows these individuals to certify without having to complete any additional
training. Individuals interested in this conversion program must document past training and/or
Public Fire and Life Safety Educator experience meeting the NFPA Standards. This past
training and experience will be graded and the individual will be issued the appropriate
certificate. This conversion program will only be available until December 31, 2007, after which
a person must comply with the program, reciprocity and/or challenge requirements.


    Basic Requirements for Public Fire and Life Safety Educator Certification through
                                      Conversion

a. The applicant must document experience and/or training based on the requirements of this
   application. (NFPA 1035)
b. The applicant must complete the written exam for that particular level as designated by TEB.
c. The Training and Education Bureau will evaluate the applicant based on training
   documentation included with the application and the written exam scores.

                Training or Experience Required for Conversion Certification
All applicants for conversion certification must have documented training and/or experience for
every NFPA standard for that particular certification level. This training and/or experience must
be documented on the attached training and experience record card.


                        Testing Required for Conversion Certification
All applicants for conversion certification must successfully complete the Public Fire and Life
Safety Educator written exam for the certification level. Level II conversion applicants must
successfully complete both the Level I and II written exam. Level III conversion applicants must
complete Level I, II and III written exams. Applicants for conversion certification are required to
pass the written exams with a score of 70% or higher.


                               Conversion Certification Criteria
Public Fire and Life Safety Educator I
       a. Must provide documentation of completed training and/or experience that will satisfy
           NFPA 1035 Standards Chapter 5 (2005 edition)
       b. Must complete the State of Alaska written examination for Public Fire and Life Safety
           Educator Level I with a score of 70% or higher.

Public Fire and Life Safety Educator II
       a. Must meet the requirements above for Public Fire and Life Safety Educator I.
       b. Must provide documentation of completed training and/or experience that will satisfy
           NFPA 1035 Standards Chapter 6 (2005 edition).
       c. Must complete the State of Alaska written examination for Public Fire and Life Safety
          Educator Level II with a score of 70% or higher.

Public Fire and Life Safety Educator III
       a. Must meet the requirements above for Public Fire and Life Safety Educator II.
       b. Must provide documentation of completed training and/or experience that will satisfy
           NFPA 1035 Standards Chapter 7 (2005 Edition)
       c. Must complete the State of Alaska written examination for Public Fire and Life Safety
           Educator Level II with a score of 70% or higher.
            PUBLIC FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY EDUCATOR CERTIFICATION
                          CONVERSION APPLICATION
                                        PERSONAL INFORMATION

Name:

Home Address:

City/State/Zip Code:

Date of Birth:                      Contact Phone Number:

Email: ______________________________


                                CURRENT EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION

Present Job Title:

Present Employer:

Employer Contact Name:

Employer’s Address:

Employer City/State/Zip Code:

Employer Contact Phone Number:

How Long in the Present Position:

Duties and Responsibilities of this position as it relates to Public Fire and Life Safety Education:
Public Fire and Life Safety Educator Program
Training & Experience Record

 NFPA                                                                  Description                                                                   Training Course Taken, Instructor, Date and/or
 1035                                                                                                                                                experience gained to satisfy TEB and NFPA
 2005                                                                                                                                                requirements.
Public Fire and Life Safety Educator I
5-1 General
  5-1.1     Fire behavior; organizational structure, function, and operation; human behavior during fire; injury causes/prevention; escape
            planning; hazard identification and correction; basic fire protection systems and devices; emergency reporting; fire fighter
            personal protective equipment; special needs for those with disabilities; time management.
5-2 Administration
  5-2.1     Document public fire and life safety educational activities, given specific forms or formats, so that all activities are recorded
            and each component of the form or format is completed.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Required forms or formats, reporting procedures, scheduled activities.
            b. Requisite Skills: Utilize forms, gather and assemble information.
  5-2.2     Prepare written activity reports, given specific forms or formats and information on activities, so that all components of the form
            or format are completed with the correct information.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Types of educational activity, classifications for activities, types of documentation methods and
                  authority having jurisdiction preferred methods, the purpose of the forms or formats, implications of not appropriately
                  documenting activities.
            b. Requisite Skills: Maintain records, compile information.
  5-2.3     Maintain a work schedule, given a list of events, activity requests, pre-activity requirements, and time allotments, so that all
            activities are scheduled and completed without conflict.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Scheduling limitations and program requests.
            b. Requisite Skills: Schedule events without conflict, schedule time for pre-activity requirements.
  5-2.4     Identify community resources, services, and organizations, given a current list of resources, organizations, and identified
            need(s), so that the public is referred to the applicable resource(s).
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Current community resources, services, and organizations.
            b. Requisite Skills: Convey information.

5-3 Planning and Development
  5-3.1     Identify partners for addressing fire and life safety issues, given fire and life safety issues and community agencies,
            organizations, and associations, so that information and resources are shared.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Community and organizations, fire and life safety issues, background information on the issues.
            b. Requisite Skills: Identify organizations with common fire and life safety goals, recognize opportunities for shared effort.
5-4 Education and Implementation
  5-4.1     Select instructional materials, given a subject, learning objectives, the intended audience, and related resources, so that the
            materials are specific to the audience and activity objectives.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Learning characteristics of varied audiences and instructional material content.
            b. Requisite Skills: Locate instructional materials.
  5-4.2     Practice safety during fire and life safety education activities, given a lesson plan and a list of equipment, so that public fire and
            life safety activities are conducted without injury to educator or participants.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Potential hazards, injury reduction strategies.
            b. Requisite Skills: Recognize and mitigate potential hazards.
  5-4.3     Present a lesson, given a lesson plan with multiple presentation methods, evaluation instruments, time allotment, setting, and
            identified audience, so that the lesson plan is followed and the objectives are met.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Lesson content, presentation methods, specific audience needs.
            b. Requisite Skills: Implement lesson plans with identified learning objectives, apply presentation management skills,
                  demonstrate presentation methods, and use audiovisual equipment and materials.

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Public Fire and Life Safety Educator Program
Training & Experience Record

 NFPA                                                               Description                                                             Training Course Taken, Instructor, Date and/or
 1035                                                                                                                                       experience gained to satisfy TEB and NFPA
 2005                                                                                                                                       requirements.


Public Fire and Life Safety Educator I - continued
5-4 Education and Implementation - continued
  5-4.4     Adapt a lesson plan, given the lesson content and information on the audience, so that the material presented meets the
            needs of the audience.
             a. Requisite Knowledge: Lesson plans, audience needs.
             b. Requisite Skills: Presentation skills.
  5-4.5     Notify the public, given a scheduled event, so that the location, date, time, topic, and sponsoring agency are included.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Publicity methods, local media resources, and policies regarding dissemination of information.
            b. Requisite Skills: Distribute information.
  5-4.6     Disseminate educational information, given information and/or materials, a specified audience, and time frame, so that the
            information reaches the audience within the specified time.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Legal requirements and policies for the distribution and posting of materials, distribution methods,
                 venues for communicating with various audiences, information technology, and time requirements for processing
                 information.
            b.   Requisite Skills: Disseminate information.
5-5 Evaluation
  5-5.1     Administer an evaluation instrument, given the appropriate evaluation instrument and testing policies and procedures, so that
            lesson outcomes are known.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Evaluation instruments, learning objectives, testing policies and procedures.
            b. Requisite Skills: Apply testing policies and procedures.
  5-5.2     Score an evaluation instrument, given the scoring procedures and grading scale, so that lesson outcomes are known.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Scoring techniques, grading techniques, grading scales.
            b. Requisite Skills: Reporting Information.




Public Fire and Life Safety Educator II
6-2 Administration
  6-2.1     Prepare a written budget proposal for a specific program or activity, given budgetary guidelines, program needs, and delivery
            expense projections, so that all guidelines are followed, and the budget identifies all program needs.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Budgetary process; governmental accounting procedures; federal, state, and local laws;
                 organizational bidding process; and organization purchase requests.
            b. Requisite Skills: Estimate project costs; complete budget forms; create request statements; collect, organize, and format
                 budgetary information; complete program budget proposal; complete purchase requests.
  6-2.2     Project program budget expenditures, given program needs, past expenditures, current materials, personnel cost, and
            guidelines, so that projections are within accepted guidelines and program needs are addressed in the projected expenditures.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Resource availability and cost, budgetary methods or process.
            b. Requisite Skills: Retrieve and organize past budget information, project expenditures



Public Fire and Life Safety Educator Training Checklist –03/06
Public Fire and Life Safety Educator Program
Training & Experience Record
 NFPA                                                                   Description                                                                  Training Course Taken, Instructor, Date and/or
 1035                                                                                                                                                experience gained to satisfy TEB and NFPA
 2005                                                                                                                                                requirements.

Public Fire and Life Safety Educator II - continued
6-2 Administration - continued

  6-2.3     Develop a public policy recommendation for management, given a fire or injury issue and policy development guidelines, so
            that justification for the policy is provided, the issue is explained, the policy identifies solutions, and the impact or benefit from
            adopting the policy is stated.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Public policy process, local fire and injury issues.
            b. Requisite Skills: Format policy, project possible outcome.
  6-2.4     Evaluate subordinate performance, given written performance criteria, organizational policies on performance evaluations, and
            evaluation forms, so that the employee is evaluated objectively, feedback is provided to the employee, and the evaluation is
            completed according to organizational policy and procedures.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Local, state, and federal employment regulations; personnel evaluation techniques.
            b.   Requisite Skills: Complete specific evaluation forms, document subordinate performance.
6-3 Planning and Development
  6-3.1     Establish public fire and life safety education priorities within a program, given relevant local loss and injury data, so that local
            public fire and life safety education activities address identified risk priorities.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Content of reports and data, understanding of community risk assessment process, prevention
                 interventions.
            b.   Requisite Skills: Collect, analyze, and interpret data; establish and address priority risk issues.

  6-3.2     Develop an evaluation strategy, given educational program goal and objectives and evaluation instruments, so that program
            outcomes are measured.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Evaluation methods.
            b. Requisite Skills: Collect data, analyze data, implement evaluation strategy.
  6-3.3     Design an evaluation instrument, given educational program goals and objectives and an evaluation strategy, so that the
            evaluation instrument measures the program outcome.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Testing methods.
            b. Requisite Skills: Measure program outcome, validate testing instrument.
  6-3.4     Implement an evaluation strategy, given educational program goals and objectives and evaluation instrument(s), so that
            educational program outcomes are measured.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Statistical analysis methods and resources, evaluation techniques.
            b. Requisite Skills: Implement evaluation methods.
  6-3.5     Participate in fire and life safety collaborative partnership, given information on the organizations in the partnership, the goal of
            the partnership, and organizational guidelines, so that fire and life safety education objectives for the partnership are achieved.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Meeting times and locations of existing coalitions, group process.
            b. Requisite Skills: Identify resources, negotiate, resolve conflict, interact in a group, communicate objectives, and recognize
                 opportunity for shared effort.
  6-3.6     Prepare a request for support resources, given an organizational policy on requesting resources and a description of the
            resources needed, so that the request conforms to the provider’s requirements.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Legal issues, organizational policies for requesting resources, sources of assistance.
            b. Requisite Skills: Write proposals.


Public Fire and Life Safety Educator Training Checklist –03/06
Public Fire and Life Safety Educator Program
Training & Experience Record
 NFPA                                                                  Description                                                                  Training Course Taken, Instructor, Date and/or
 1035                                                                                                                                               experience gained to satisfy TEB and NFPA
 2005                                                                                                                                               requirements.


Public Fire and Life Safety Educator II - continued
6-4 Education
  6-4.1     Develop informational material, given an identified fire or life safety objective, so that information provided is accurate, relevant
            to the objective, and specific to the audience.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Data resources, information systems including format and materials, learning theory.
            b. Requisite Skills: Assemble information in specific format, generate written communication.
  6-4.2     Develop a lesson plan, given learning objectives and a specified audience(s), so that the objectives are met.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Lesson plan format, needs assessment, instructional methods/techniques.
            b. Requisite Skills: Design lesson plan, adapt lesson plan based on audience need.
  6-4.3     Develop educational materials, given a lesson plan and a specified audience, so that the materials support the lesson plan and
            are specific to the audience.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Types of educational materials, instructional development, and graphics.
            b. Requisite Skills: Design educational materials.
  6-4.4     Design a public fire and life safety education program, given a comprehensive educational strategy, so that the goals of the
            given strategy are addressed.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Needs assessment, evaluation instruments, and educational methodology.
            a. Requisite Skills: Compile, organize, and evaluate educational program elements.
  6-4.5     Revise an education program, given results of an evaluation process and program objectives, so that the program is modified
            and objectives are achieved.
            b. Requisite Knowledge: Educational methodology.
            c. Requisite Skills: Write specific objectives and lesson plans, analyze data.
6-5 Evaluation
  6-5.1     Develop an evaluation strategy, given education program goals and objectives and evaluation instrument(s), so that program
            outcomes are measured.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Evaluation methods.
            b. Requisite Skills: Collect data, analyze data, implement evaluation strategy.
  6-5.2     Design an evaluation instrument, given education program goals and objectives and an evaluation strategy, so that the
            evaluation instrument measures the program outcome,
            c. Requisite Knowledge: Testing methods.
            d. Requisite Skills: Measure program outcome, validate testing instrument.
            Implement an evaluation strategy, given educational program goals and objectives and evaluation instruments(s), so that
            educational program outcomes are measured.
  6-5.3     e. Requisite Knowledge: Statistical analysis methods and resources, evaluation techniques.
            f.   Requisite Skills: Implement evaluation methods.




Public Fire and Life Safety Educator Training Checklist –03/06
Public Fire and Life Safety Educator Program
Training & Experience Record

 NFPA                                                                  Description                                                                   Training Course Taken, Instructor, Date and/or
 1035                                                                                                                                                experience gained to satisfy TEB and NFPA
 2005                                                                                                                                                requirements.

Public Fire and Life Safety Educator III
7-2 Administration
  7-2.1     Develop a fire and life safety education budget, given schedules and guidelines concerning its preparation, so that capital
            operating and personnel costs are determined and justified.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Basic accounting methods, budgeting methods, budget cycles that affect strategy, cost allocation
                 breakdown, local budget guidelines and requirements, and budget administration issues.
            b. Requisite Skills: Collect, organize, and format budgetary information; analyze projected budgetary needs; compile
                 program needs to develop strategic budget.
  7-2.2     Formulate alternate systems of program development and delivery, given interagency networks, funding sources, and
            volunteer recruitment, so that the fire and life safety strategy is sustained in the community through nontraditional approaches.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Community resources and organizations, volunteer recruitment, not-for-profit corporations,
                 foundations and grantors.
            b. Requisite Skills: Build community coalitions, coordinate and train volunteers, write grants.

7-3 Planning and Development
  7-3.1     Develop a comprehensive organizational public fire and life safety education strategy, given a systematic planning process
            and relevant information, so that program goals, design, resources, implementation, and evaluation methods are included.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Public fire and life safety education issues, program administration issues, community risks,
                   available current community resources, and cost/benefit analysis methods.
            b. Requisite Skills: Design program strategy; select program components; interact with community groups, partnerships,
                   and collaborative efforts.
  7-3.2     Create a collaborative fire and life safety education partnership, given a description of local organizations and agencies, a list
            of fire and injury priorities, and organizational policies for interagency partnerships, so that a specific fire or injury priority is
            mitigated by the partnership.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Potential community partners with shared concerns and resources, team development dynamics.
            b. Requisite Skills: Facilitate meetings, motivate partners to achieve goal, manage and maintain teamwork, interact with
                   multijurisdictional agencies and organizations.
  7-3.3     Project current fire and life safety issues, given current and emerging trends, so that proactive planning is accomplished within
            the organizational mission.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Demographics, governmental regulations, environmental issues, and technological changes.
            b. Requisite Skills: Analyze trends, prepare strategic plans.
  7-3.4     Develop a public policy recommendation, given a fire or injury issue, and policy development guidelines, so that justification for
            the policy is provided, the issue is explained, the policy identifies solutions, and the impact or benefit from adopting the policy
            is stated.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: The fire and injury issue, economic incentive, procedures for legislative implementation at the
                   jurisdictional level.
            b. Requisite Skills: Propose public policy, project policy outcome.

  7-3.5     Develop a marketing plan, given community risk issues and identified public fire and life safety education goals, so that an
            awareness of the importance of fire and life safety is created within the community.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Fire and injury issues, marketing strategies, and media resources.
            c. Requisite Skills: Establish relations with media.



Public Fire and Life Safety Educator Training Checklist –03/06
Public Fire and Life Safety Educator Program
Training & Experience Record
 NFPA                                                                Description                                                               Training Course Taken, Instructor, Date and/or
 1035                                                                                                                                          experience gained to satisfy TEB and NFPA
 2005                                                                                                                                          requirements.

Public Fire and Life Safety Educator III - continued
7-4 Education and Implementation
  7-4.1     Create educational messages, given an identified community risk(s), so that the messages address the risk(s), are accurate,
            and are specific to the audience.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Technical content, educational messages and epidemiology of injury, characteristics of the
                 audience.
            b. Requisite Skills: Conduct research, analyze risk(s).
  7-4.2     Establish administrative policies for the public fire and life safety education program, given organizational mission, federal,
            state/provincial and local regulations, so that program policies are clearly stated and support the organizational mission.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Organization mission statement, policy development process.
            b. Requisite Skills: Devise standard operating guidelines for the education program, ensure program reflects mission
                 statement.
  7-4.3     Create a training program for public fire and life safety educators, given identified job performance requirements and training
            program goals, so that the educators are able to carry out the job performance requirements and so that the training program
            goals are achieved.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Job performance requirements (JPRs), course development guidelines.
            b. Requisite Skills: Design and evaluate training program, evaluate performance of personnel.
  7-4.4     Create an awareness campaign within the organization, given identified public fire and life safety education goals and policies,
            so that all members are informed of their role within the organization’s fire and life safety education strategy.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Organization mission statement, communication systems, goals, policies, and education strategy.
            b. Requisite Skills: Create an awareness campaign, disseminate information internally, and implement campaign strategy.
  7-4.5     Create a comprehensive public fire and life safety education report(s) for policy makers, given relevant information, so that
            educational strategies, goals, objectives, activities, impact, budgets, and outcomes are clearly described.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Public policy reporting including educational activities and outcomes.
            b. Requisite Skills: Generate reports, analyze data.
7-5 Evaluation
  7-5.1     Implement a public health surveillance system, given the community’s fire and injury prevention programs, so that the
            effectiveness of the programs can be determined.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Surveillance methods, incident reporting systems.
            b. Requisite Skills: Conduct research, implement surveillance strategies, analyze data.
  7-5.2     Evaluate the educational program quantitatively and qualitatively, given the community fire and injury risk(s) and programs, so
            the benchmarks are recorded, customer satisfaction and educational gain are measured, and behavioral change is tracked.
            a. Requisite Knowledge: Evaluation methodology and statistical analysis.
            b.    Requisite Skills: Conduct research, design evaluation instruments, analyze data.




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Public Fire and Life Safety Educator Program
Training & Experience Record

To complete your application you may also want to include some of the following.

                  Documentation of Public Fire and Life Safety Education training certificates

                  Description of Public Fire and Life Safety Education experience (some relevant samples, not your whole history)

                  Documentation of relevant association memberships




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