FESA 336 - Fire and Emergency Services Administration

  • 3 credits
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Fire and emergency service administrative structures and processes. This course prepares students to assume administrative positions within fire and emergency service organizations and examines roles and responsibilities of administrators, management and leadership theory and practices, and common administrative functions.

This course can be applied towards:

Textbook and Materials

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

Required

  • Managing Fire and Emergency Services, 4th Ed. (2012)
    Thiel, A. and Jennings, C. (eds.)
    ISBN: 978-0873267632

Instructors

Warren Jones

(970) 397-3114 | Warren.Jones@colostate.edu

Warren Jones is the fire chief and chief executive officer of the Evans Fire Protection District, Colorado. Prior to his service with the district, he served six years as fire chief for the City of Evans and 27 years with Poudre Fire Authority in Fort Collins, Colorado. In his over 30 years of fire and emergency services experience, Chief Jones has worked in all areas of fire service including operations, training, administration, fire prevention, and emergency management. He has extensive ICS experience in many ICS positions and as the incident commander of large fires, hazardous materials incidents and natural disasters. He is a member of the Eastern Colorado Type III Incident Management Team.

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