- Fire Science Organization and Responsibility
- Ethics in the Fire Service
- Chain of Command
- Employment Skills
- Interview Techniques
- Job Applications
- Writing a Resume
- Letter of Introduction or Cover Letters
- Letters of recommendation
- Job Interviews
- Personal & Occupational Safety and Fitness
- Fire Fighter Health and Occupational Safety
- Combustion and Fire Behavior
- Protective and Safety Equipment
- Fire Extinguishers
- Fire Hose Stream Operation, Nozzles and Fittings
- Cross Lay Hose Load w/ Shoulder Loops
- Fire Hose Types and Sizes
- Fire Streams
- Search and Rescue
- Salvage and Overhaul
- Ropes, Knots, and Hitches
- Hand & Power Tools: Use, Safety, and Maintenance
- Proper Ladder Climbing techniques
- Two Person, Low Shoulder Carry and Raise
- Assisting a victim down a Ground Ladder
- Hazardous Materials & Terrorism Incidents
- Fire Detection, Alarms, and Prevention Systems
- Fire Investigation, Cause, and Origin
- Emergency Medical Services
- The heart and the circulatory system
- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, CPR
- Conscious Choking Infant
- Leadership Skills
- Blood pressure and pulse
- Heart attack
- Altered Mental Status - Stroke
- Lifting, moving, and positioning patients - Kendrick Extrication Device (KED)
Activity Industry Sector
Activity Originally Created By: Scott Bryant
Defeat the Process
Part of Lesson Plan: Interview Techniques
Activity Overview / Details
Construct a "real" Oral Interview panel. Invite career firefighters and officers to participate.
- Grade each interviewee on the same level.
- Have them utilize the same script.
- At the end of each interview, have the panel discuss what they did well and what needs improvement with the student.
- Since this may be a long process, try to have multiple panels.
- Have alternative activities for students who are not involved with the interview.