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Adult Education Course Catalog: 2018-2019

Firefighter I & II The

Firefighter I & II The Firefi ghter Level I and II course is a complete fi refi ghter training course. During this 245-hour course, fi refi ghters learn fi re suppression basics and advanced tactics, fire chemistry, fi re behavior, fi re rescue, extrication, ventilation maneuvers, pump operations, safety, survival and hazardous materials operations. Individuals shall be at least eighteen (18) years of age, except that a chartered program may admit a student who is seventeen (17) years old provided that the student has graduated or is enrolled in the twelfth (12th) or fi nal grade in a secondary school program. Individuals shall meet “NFPA 1001” chapter 4 entrance requirements: • 8 hours of basic EMS training, to include CPR, Trauma, Stroke and PPE. • A physician physical. We have forms the applicant can take to their doctor. Individuals shall demonstrate a pre-determined level of cognitive profi ciency by one of the following methods: Successful completion of the TABE test or college transcript. Students are required to furnish their own turn-out gear and SCBA. 245 Hours ....................................Cost: $2,950* Mon - Thu 6:00p - 10:00p & Sat 8:00a - 5:00p .................. 02/25/19 - 05/18/19 Fire Service Instructor Course is 60 hours in length and introduces the student to instruction of adult students and basic teaching techniques. Also includes 4-hours of fi re service training and 4-hours of live fi re training awareness. Student must pass the Ohio Instructional Methods Examination and complete 10-hours of supervised teaching. Students must possess a current fi refi ghter certifi cate in good standing, have at least 5 years’ experience as a certifi ed fi refi ghter in preceding 7 years, pass instructor knowledge examination at the Firefi ghter II level with 80% or higher, and comply with rule OAC 4765-20-6 (A)(6) to (A)(12). Pretest Required. Contact MCCC for Date Held at Lawrence Township Fire Department 60 Hours .........................................Cost: $550* Tue & Thu 6:00p - 10:00p .... 10/02/18 - 11/13/18 03/05/19 - 04/16/19 Fire Officer I Hybrid This course is designed for the fi rst-line company offi cer/supervisor with a minimum of 5 years experience and meets the performance and cognitive objectives for the Fire Offi cer I in current NFPA 1021 Standard for Fire Offi cer Professional Qualifi cations for Fire Offi cer I. Topics include Professionalism, Team Building, Decision Making & Communication Skills, Safety & Risk Management, and Leadership Skills & Styles. This course offers you hybrid delivery of instruction starting with MCCC classroom work, followed by online instruction, supported by additional classroom work. Held at Lawrence Township Fire Department 80 Hours .........................................Cost: $600* 16 Class Hours / Additional Hours Online Wed 6:00p - 10:00p .............. 09/19/18 - 11/14/18 01/09/19 - 03/06/19 Fire Officer II Hybrid This course is designed for the fi re offi cer, at or preparing for promotion to the supervisory/ managerial level, and meets the performance and cognitive objectives for the Fire Offi cer II in current NFPA 1021 Standard for Fire Offi cer Professional Qualifi cations for Fire Offi cer II. Must have completed Fire Officer I and hold a valid certifi cate to practice as a fi refi ghter issued under section 4765.55 of Ohio Revised Code (ORC) or equivalent. This couse offers you hybrid delivery of instruction starting with MCCC classroom work, followed by online instruction, supported by additional classroom work. Held at Lawrence Township Fire Department 60 Hours .........................................Cost: $550* 12 Class Hours / Additional Hours Online Wed 6:00p - 10:00p .............. 11/07/18 - 12/05/18 02/27/19 - 03/27/19 Fire Officer III/IV Hybrid Chief offi cers need to know how to make the transition from company offi cer to chief offi cer. Chief Offi cer: Principles and Practice is designed to help make the transition from company offi cer to chief offi cer a smooth evolution. Covering the entire scope of Level III and IV from the NFPA 1021, Standard for Fire Offi cer Professional Qualifi cations, Chief Offi cer combines current content with dynamic features and interactive technology to better support instructors and to help prepare future chief offi cers to become problem-solving leaders for their organizations. For added convenience for our busy students, this class will be offered in the hybrid learning format. Students will be required to meet 4 evenings at MCCC or offsite location, and are required to successfully complete all required online instruction. Held at Lawrence Township Fire Department 60 Hours .........................................Cost: $600* 16 Class Hours / Additional Hours Online Thu 6:00p - 10:00p ............... 11/15/18 - 12/20/18 Wed 6:00p - 10:00p .............. 03/20/19 - 05/08/19 Page 8 *Additional book fee required. www.mcjvs.edu

Incident Safety Officer The best way to reduce fi refi ghter injuries and deaths at incidents is the appointment of a well-prepared proactive Incident Safety Offi cer (ISO). This 20-hour course primes aspiring and current Safety Offi cers to meet and exceed the specifi c job functions outlined in the 2008 Edition of NFPA 1521: Standard for Fire Department Safety Offi cer, as well as to aggressively pursue the operation of a highly effi cient safety program. Topics stressed in this course include the successful handling of incidents involving: Hazardous Materials, Technical Rescue, and Wildland Fires. Additional topics covered include: Reading Smoke, Anticipating Risk, Predicting Building Collapse, and Improving Firefi ghter Rehabilitation, and much more. 20 Class Hours ...............................Cost: $275* Mon 6:00p - 10:00p .............. 10/01/18 - 10/29/18 02/04/19 - 03/11/19 Live-Fire Training Awareness This course is designed to provide fi re instructors and assistant fi re instructors with an overview of how to plan and conduct live-fi re training evolutions in a safe and compliant manner. It addresses the problems associated with conducting livefi re training evolutions and how we, in the fi re service, can begin to build a culture of safety in our training programs. The course includes an overview of NFPA 1403, Standard on Live-Fire Training Evolutions. The course is not intended to provide the skills or knowledge necessary to participate in live-fi re training evolutions, but serves as a prerequisite for the Live-Fire Training Operations Course, designed for fi re instructors and assistant fi re instructors who will be planning, conducting, and participating in live-fi re training evolutions. Successful course completion fulfi lls the live-fi re training course requirement for fi re instructors and assistant fi re instructors as set forth in the Ohio Administrative Code Rule 4765- 11-15 (A)(3) and 4765-21-03 (B)(6). Prerequisites: 1) Student shall hold a valid fi re instructor certifi cate that is in good standing, issued under Rule 4765-21-03 of the Ohio Administrative Code. 2) Student shall have operated in the livefi re training environment and have an understanding of all potential nuances and dangers the situation can present. 4 Class Hours ...................................Cost: $75* Thu 6:00p - 10:00p ................................ 09/27/18 Wed 6:00p - 10:00p ............................... 01/16/19 Live-Fire Training Operations NFPA 1403, Standard on Live-Fire Training Evolutions involves specific requirements for prerequisite training, evolution planning, development, implementation, supervision and management oversight, monitoring and records management of live-fi re training evolutions in acquired structures, training center burn buildings and exterior fi re evolutions of a variety of types. This course will provide students with an introduction to the necessary knowledge and tools to properly prepare and conduct live-fi re training evolutions. The course includes an in-depth analysis of NFPA 1403; addressing evolutions at acquired structures, gas-fired training buildings, non-gas-fi red training buildings, and exterior props, vehicle fi res and exterior Class B fi res. The course is broken up into two parts, not to exceed a total of twenty-four (24) course hours. The fi rst part of the training includes extensive classroom activities, including scenario-based learning, group problem-solving/ planning and lecture, culminating in a written examination. The second part of the training includes a live-fire training practical where students can put into practice the knowledge learned during the classroom portion of the course. The course concludes with a post-evolution briefi ng. The combination of classroom and practical activities allows participants to apply the knowledge of the applicable standards to live-fi re training activities. Prerequisites: 1) Student shall hold a valid fi re instructor certifi cate that is in good standing, issued under Rule 4765-21-03 of the Ohio Administrative Code; 2) Student shall have an agency sponsor and shall provide a letter, signed by their chief and/or training offi cer, approving their participation in the course; 3) Student shall have successfully completed IS 700 and IS/ICS 100, and ICS 200. 24 Class Hours ...............................Cost: $350* Sat 8:00a - 5:00p .................. 10/06/18 - 10/20/18 03/02/19 - 03/23/19 Live Fire Operations Instructor Certification The Live Fire Instructor certifi cation provides certifi cate holders with the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to safely conduct live fi re training evolutions. Prerequisites: • Possess a current Fire Instructor or Assistant Fire Instructor • Shall have an agency sponsor • Shall have successfully completed the following National Incident Management (NIMS) courses: IS 700, ICS 100 or online equivalent, and ICS 200. Live Fire Training Job Performance Requirement MCCC ................................................. Cost: $200 Sat 8:00a - 5:00p .................10/27/18 & 11/03/18 03/30/19 & 04/06/19 OPEN HOUSE Thursday, January 31, 2019 & Wednesday, February 6, 2019 6pm to 8pm www.mcjvs.edu *Additional book fee required. Page 9