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The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC), and the International Society of Fire Service Instructors (ISFSI) are pleased to bring you Fire and Emergency Services Instructor: Principles and Practice, Third Edition. With a full library of technological resources to engage candidates and assist instructors, Fire and Emergency Services Instructor takes training off the printed page. This text meets and exceeds all of the job performance requirements (JPRs) for Fire and Emergency Services Instructor I, II, and III, as well as two new levels for Live Fire Instructor and Live Fire Instructor-in-Charge, of the 2019 Edition of NFPA 1041, Standard for Fire and Emergency Services Instructor Professional Qualifications. Innovative features include: Rapid access of content through clear and concise Knowledge and Skills Objectives with page number references and NFPA 1041 correlations Promotion of critical thinking and classroom discussion through the "Training Bulletin" and "Incident Report" features "JPRs in Action" feature identifying the specific responsibilities of the Fire and Emergency Services Instructor I, II, and III relating to the job performance requirements (JPRs) Tips geared toward the company-level instructor, department training officer, and training program manager offering instruction techniques, test writing and evaluation pointers, and helpful notes on communication and curriculum delivery Realistic instructor scenarios with questions designed to provoke critical thinking in the learning environment New to the Third Edition: In-depth discussion of student-centered learning Learner-centered teaching methods and strategies Evidence-based techniques for improving learning Expanded explanation of learning science Content that meets the live fire instructor and live fire instructor-in-charge JPRs of NFPA 1041, including: Live Fire Evolution Pre-Live Fire Evolution Post-Live Fire Evolution
Fire and Emergency Services Instructor Eighth Edition helps students meet the job performance requirements of NFPA(R) 1041, Standard for Fire Service Instructor Professional Qualifications (2012) for Instructor levels I, II, and III. The manual also provides a reference for instructors who may perform duties outside of their current certification levels. This new edition has been reorganized to provide clearer separations between the three instructor levels: Ch. 1-9 cover Level I; Ch. 10-14, Level II; and Ch. 15-17 Level III. The text has been shortened from 22 chapters to 17. As a result, the text is more concise and easier to teach. The text reflects new changes in the NFPA(R) standard, including a discussion of bias in instructional and testing materials.
This self-study guide is a supplement to the 8th edition of Fire and Emergency Services Instructor manual. The questions are designed to help students remember information and to make them think. The guide contains hundreds of multiple choice questions. The answers, found in the back of the self-study guide, are listed by chapter. Each answer is referenced to the Fire and Emergency Services Instructor (8th edition) manual page on which the answer can be found.
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC), and the International Society of Fire Service Instructors (ISFSI) are pleased to bring you Foundations of Instructional Delivery: Fire and Emergency Services Instructor I, Third Edition. With a full library of technological resources to engage candidates and assist instructors, Foundations of Instructional Delivery takes training off the printed page. This text meets and exceeds all of the job performance requirements (JPRs) for Fire and Emergency Services Instructor I of the 2019 Edition of NFPA 1041, Standard for Fire and Emergency Services Instructor Professional Qualifications. Innovative features include: Rapid access of content through clear and concise Knowledge and Skills Objectives with page number references and NFPA 1041 correlations Promotion of critical thinking and classroom discussion through the "Training Bulletin" and "Incident Report" features found in each chapter "Company-Level Instructor Tips" offering classroom communication techniques, instructor evaluation methods, and helpful notes on curriculum delivery Realistic instructor scenarios with questions designed to provoke critical thinking in the learning environment New to the Third Edition: In-depth discussion of student-centered learning Learner-centered teaching methods and strategies Evidence-based techniques for improving learning Expanded explanation of learning science

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