Fire and Life Safety Program Planning
Fire and Life Safety Program Planning inspires and encourages communities to develop fire and life safety programs that support safer, more resilient communities. This program guides participants to gain a better understanding of their community risks and gather resources and ideas or find applicable training programs to address the identified risks.
Your community does not need to have a fire department to run a successful Fire and Life Safety Program. Planning for fire and life safety is a community effort and can be championed by schoolteachers, community leaders, community members, and first responders.
This program is a prerequisite for:
Introduction to Fire and Life Safety Program Plan Components, Fire and Life Safety Educator.
Delivery Schedule: First Tuesday of each month commencing May 4 2021.
Time: 15:00 Eastern Daylight Time.
Fire and Life Safety Program Plan Components
This interactive workshop is designed for persons responsible for their community’s Fire and Life Safety Program Plan.
Participants are provided with an overview of 18 different fire prevention programs and curriculums, including intended audience, program components, application, and delivery mechanisms. This workshop builds on the knowledge gained in the Fire and Life Safety Program Planning training to provide an understanding of some of the resources available to build a unique and targeted Fire and Life Safety Program. We discuss how programs can be tailored to meet the individual and unique needs of the intended audience.
Prerequisites: Participants must have attended Fire and Life Safety Program Planning (formerly known as Fire Prevention Program Planning).
Delivery Schedule: Third Tuesday of each month commencing May 18, 2021.
Time: 12:00 Eastern Daylight Time.
Community Fire and Life Safety Educator
Community Fire and Life Safety Educator teaches instructional techniques and explores delivery methods. This interactive program looks at fire and life safety programs for all age groups in the community and how to most effectively convey messaging to
the audience. Using real life examples and group discussion, participants will explore identifying risks and understanding human behaviour.
Through practical exercises, students will become confident in their ability to gather and analyze information to measure the effectiveness of their programs. Participants will practice their teaching skills by developing and presenting a lesson.
Prerequisites: Participants must have attended both Fire and Life Safety Program Planning (formerly known as Fire Prevention Program Planning) and Fire and Life Safety Program Plan Components.
Delivery Schedule: May, August, November, February Fourth Tuesday, Wednesday of the month commencing May 25, 2021.
Time: 10:00 to 18:00 Eastern Daylight Time.
Emergency Management Essentials for Indigenous Communities
Emergency Management Essentials for Indigenous Communities teaches participants about the emergency response frameworks used in Canada and explores the Emergency Management Act as it relates to Indigenous communities. Participants will learn how an Emergency Operations Centre coordinates response to an incident and the agencies that can be included in effective emergency response activities.
Learning is solidified through interactive group activities culminating in a tabletop exercise that simulates an EOC activation.
Delivery Schedule: Second Wednesday of the month commencing April 14, 2021.
Time: 12:00 Eastern Standard time.