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Accreditation

A system whereby a certification organization determines that a school or program meets with the requirements of the fire service

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Coaching

A method of directing, instructing, and training a person or group of people with the aim to achieve the same goal or develop specific skills

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Education

The process of imparting knowledge or skill through systematic instruction

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Job Instruction Training

A systematic four-step approach to training fire fighters in a basic job skill

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Mentoring

A developmental relationship between a more experienced person (a mentor) and a less experienced person (a protege)

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Professional Development

Skills and knowledge attained for both personal development and career advancement

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Training

The process of achieving proficiency through instruction and hands-on practice in the operation of equipment and systems that are expected to be used in the performance of duties

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Unconsciously Competent

The highest level of the conscious competence learning matrix developed by Dr. Thomas Gordon. The skill becomes so practiced that it enters the unconscious parts of the brain

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Concept

Training and coaching have been core fire officer tasks since the establishment of the first organized fire departments

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Four Step Method Components

Preparation
Presentation
Application
Evaluation

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Concept

For best performance, many skill practice sessions should be performed while wearing full PPE

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Mentoring Defenition

One-on-one process in which the more experienced person provides a deliberate learning environment through instructing, coaching, providing experiences, modeling and advising

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Four categories of psychomotor skill levels

Initial
Plateau
Latency (dormant)
Mastery

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NFPA 1403 General Guidelines

Instructions on how to conduct live fire training under various scenarios

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NFPA 1403 Training Scenarios

Acquired structures
Gas-fired training center buildings
Non-gas-fired training buildings
Exterior props
Exterior Class B Fires

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NFPA 1403 Prohibited Activities

No live "victims"
No flammable or combustible liquids
One fire evolution can occur in an acquired structure at one time

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5 Steps to develop a new training program

Assess needs
Establish objectives
Develop the training program
Deliver the training
Evaluate the impact

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Education vs Training

The process of imparting knowledge or skill through systematic instruction, whereas training is directed toward the practical application of education to produce an action

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Concept

NFPA helped standardize fire fighter training when it published its first edition of NFPA 1001 Standard for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications in 1974

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Concept

Accreditation is a system whereby a certification organization determines that a school or program meets with the requirements of the fire service

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Concept

The supervising fire officer must develop and deliver training classes, participate in the planning process, participate in mass-casualty training exercises, and be capable of operating as a single-unit supervisor within an Incident Management System