NFA046 – 14.00 Hours

Currently there are no scheduled classes for this course. However, this course can be scheduled to meet your specific needs. For more information about this course or to schedule a class, please contact Emergency Services Training Institute at (866) 878-8900 or esti@teex.tamu.edu to get the latest schedule.

Course Description

NFA logoThis course covers the skills and techniques mid-level managers need to provide leadership and direction for their departments. Content includes an overview of significant economic, social, political, and technological influences affecting fire-service operations. You will have the opportunity to identify and relate these influences to your personal and professional situations, and to practice strategies for managing changes resulting from those influences.

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Attendance Requirements

To meet NFA attendance requirements, participants must complete each training module and complete all required course assignments, activities, quizzes, and/or end of course exam. Exceptions may be discussed with lead instructor.

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    Suggested Audience

    This course is available to all emergency and crisis response personnel.

    Continuing Education And Professional Credits

    • Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE)
    • Texas Commission of Fire Protection (TCFP)
    • State Firefighters’ and Fire Marshals’ Association of Texas (SFFMA)

    Other Information

    To request this class in your jurisdiction or department, please use the Emergency Services Training Institute (ESTI) Extension Course Request Form.

    To request admission to an already-scheduled course, call the contact person listed in this course schedule. This will allow the course host to provide appropriate numbers of student manuals.

    All extension courses are classroom only.

    Contact Information

    Emergency Services Training Institute
    Phone: (979) 845-7641 | Toll-Free: (866) 878-8900
    Email: esti@teex.tamu.edu

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