Fire Service Officer/Manager Certificate    Click here to request more info


Program Contacts

Program Director Kenny Krebbs (928) 717-7911
Dean Scott Farnsworth (928) 776-2234

Quick Facts


About the Fire Service Officer/Manager Certificate

The Fire Service Officer/Manager certificate is designed for those interested in fire service leadership/management and in becoming a fire service officer.

Program Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the Fire Service Officer/Manager Certificate program, the learner will be able to:

 

  1. Identify and analyze the major cause of firefighter deaths in the line of duty related to health, fitness, wellness and vehicle operations. (FSC 225)
  2. Prescribe safety procedures for personnel operating in the fire ground. (FSC 236)
  3. Define and use basic terms and concepts associated with the chemistry and dynamics of fire. (FSC 210)
  4. Direct firefighting operations to achieve maximum property conservation. (FSC 238)
  5. Lead functions and processes as the emergency scene commander. (FSC 239)
  6. Incorporate and manage cost containment, budgeting, data analysis, personnel evaluation, community planning, and departmental and public organization. (FSC 240)
  7. Determine factors and principles related to fire resistance, building codes and fire suppression issues. (FSC 241)
 

Program-Specific Requirements

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