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FIRE PREVENTION FOR HIGH RICK POPULATIONS: AGE AND DISABILITY FACTORS
Code FF199
Length 15 Hours
Description

This new 2-day course will provide an overview of the knowledge, skills, and process required to conduct successful risk reduction efforts among older adult populations and very young children.

 

This course is designed for students who work in the field of prevention, safety education, and community leadership positions. Students learn to focus on the factors that contribute to high fire incidence with the older adult and very young populations.

 

Course content includes: personal beliefs and observations about the aging process; developing sensitivities about growing older; characteristics and challenges associated with addressing risk among older adult and very young population groups; the risk reduction process for older adult populations; and fire safety plans/messages targeting high-risk populations based on aging. Participants take a short multiple-choice exam on key course concepts.

Pre-Requisites None
Fees On-Campus $60.00 / Off-Campus $36.00
Materials Contact TFACA for materials list, Pen, Paper, Pencil, Highlighter.
Dates Tennessee Fire & Codes Academy (Training Schedule)
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