FESA 334 - Orientation to Experiential Learning

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FESA 334 offers a demonstration of knowledge, skill, and professional experience for the purpose of enhancing documentation and career development skills. Experiential learning is an important component of the total career development for fire and emergency service (FESA) professionals. This course will help students develop an appreciation for the learning that occurs in the course of professional career activities and to demonstrate this learning through the development of personal learning objectives and career experience documentation.

This course can be applied toward:

Prerequisite

Only students enrolled in the Fire and Emergency Services BS program will be allowed to register. This course cannot be used towards the Fire and Emergency Services Certificate. Certificate Students will not be allowed to register.

Important Information

Only students enrolled in the Fire and Emergency Services B.S. program are allowed to register. This course cannot be used towards the Fire and Emergency Services Administration Certificate. Certificate students will not be allowed to register.

Textbooks and Materials

Textbooks and materials can be purchased at the CSU Bookstore unless otherwise indicated.

Required

  • Rules for Writers (student's edition), 9th Ed. (2019)
    Hacker. D & Sommers, N.
    ISBN: 978-1-319-05742-8

Optional

  • Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th Ed. (2010)
    Amer. Psych. Assn.
    ISBN: 978-1433805615
  • Take Command of Your Writing (1998)
    Levy, Jill M.
    ISBN: 978-0965151610
  • The Gregg Reference Manual*, 11th Ed. (2011)
    Sabin, William
    ISBN: 978-0073397108

*Either the 10th or the 11th edition of the Gregg Reference Manual is acceptable for students who wish to purchase it.

Instructors

Lonnie Inzer
Lonnie Inzer

llinzer@msn.com

Lonnie Inzer has been a college instructor, professor, department chair, and division dean over the last twenty eight years, having retired as a professor emeritus for Fire Science and Emergency Management from Pikes Peak Community College. He is the Pikes Peak Regional Office of Emergency Management Deputy Chief. He is a retired Colorado Springs FD Fire Captain. He has a master’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Fort Hays State University in Kansas, and a B.S. from the Forestry and Natural Resources College at Colorado State University in Fort Collins.

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