FESA 492 - Seminar

  • 1 - 3 credits

As personnel in the fire service advance in their career, they are called on to collect data and prepare a report document to be presented to others. This seminar class will provide students the format and opportunity to participate in a practical exercise to develop these skills.

The student will select a mentor within their fire department who will agree to provide guidance and assistance for this class.

The student will select a practical project subject.

Required data will be collected, organized, analyzed and developed into a document to be presented.

The presentation should be made to any party/department/agency other than the one in which the student works. For example, if the student is in the fire service, the presentation should be to the City Manager's office, to a local public school or to the building officials office to name a few.

The mentor will attend the presentation and provide an evaluation of the presentation.

The report document will submitted.

This course can be applied towards:

Prerequisite

Written consent of instructor.

Important Information

Written consent of the instructor is enforced by the Department of Forest and Rangeland Stewardship.

This course cannot be used towards the Fire and Emergency Services Administration Certificate. Certificate students will not be allowed to register.

Textbook and Materials

This course does not require textbooks.

Instructors

Larry Grosse

larry.grosse@colostate.edu

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