P-301, Fire Prevention Education 2, 2010
This course is designed for fire prevention and education program leaders and fire program managers with wildland fire prevention, education and mitigation responsibilities. The course promotes a collaborative planning process in developing and effective and efficient fire prevention and education program at the local, state, tribal, regional or national program level. Topics include: assessment, planning, the collaborative process, communication, and monitoring accomplishments. This course is an intermediate course in the wildland fire prevention training curriculum.
Students will acquire knowledge and skills to collaboratively develop fire prevention and education plans with stakeholders at the local, state, tribal, regional, or national level.
- The student will acquire knowledge and skills necessary to plan a long-term fire prevention and education program with the objective of reducing the risks, hazards, and losses to people, communities, and resources from wildland fire.
Fire prevention and education program leaders and fire program managers with wildland fire prevention, education and mitigation responsibilities.
P-301 is available as classroom instructor-led training.
Course Components and Hours to Complete
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Nationally advertised course sessions can be found by searching for P-301 on the National Wildland Fire Training website. Contact your local Training Officer for more information about local course sessions.
Prerequisite Qualifications and Training
It is recommended students take P-101, Fire Prevention Education 1, prior to attending P-301.
Associated Position Task Books
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