IFSTA Educator 1

April 29 - May 2, 2019

Time(s): 8am - 5pm

Cost: $250.00

Fee made payable to:
Snohomish County Fire District 7
163 Village Court
Monroe, WA 98272

Prerequisites: None

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IFSTA Fire and Life Safety Educator Level 1

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Educator Image This four-day course will instruct students in the basic duties and responsibilities of a Fire and Life Safety Educator Level 1. This course will prepare students for the IFSTA written exam and practical evaluations. Students will be trained in how to select education materials specifically designed for target audiences to reduce risk in their communities. They will demonstrate their ability to coordinate and deliver community fire and injury prevention programs through multiple presentation methods.

The course will also teach students how to evaluate and document the effectiveness of each educational program through written reports.

The practical evaluations will take place on the 4th day of the class.

Required Text Book:
- - - IFSTA Fire and Life Safety Educator, 3rd Edition
- - - Must be purchased prior to attending class

Lunch is not provided for this class.

Course Instructors

Heather Chadwick Heather Chadwick, received her Bachelor of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences Career and Technical Education and Master of Science in Family and Consumer Science and Career and Technical Education from Central Washington University. Her graduate work emphasized in curriculum development and program management. After working in the public school system for seven years, Chadwick transitioned to the fire service. She is currently the Public Information and Education Officer for Snohomish County Fire District 7.

Jamie McIntyre Jamie McIntyre, LICSW, received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Whitworth University and Master of Social Work, with an emphasis on aging, from Eastern Washington University. After ten years working in the social service arena, McIntyre transitioned to prevention work in the fire service. She is currently the Community Risk Reduction Manager for the Spokane Fire Department.