FF232 Community Risk Issues and Prevention Interventions

Overview

This 2-day course is designed for students who work in the field of prevention. Students learn a basic overview of the "three E's" of prevention--education, engineering, and enforcement. The course concludes that the most effective way to combat community risk issues is to develop strategies that use all "three E's." The course is designed to provide the motivation and leadership for local organizations to enhance their prevention efforts.

Course Code

FF232

Length

15 Hours

Fees

  • Please contact TFACA for non-member and/or group pricing.

Pre-Requisites

None

Restrictions

Must be at least 18 years of age.

Certification

None

Maximum Class Size

30

Required Student Materials

  • Pen
  • Pencil
  • Paper
  • Highlighter

References

None

Course Objectives

  • Students will learn to evaluate the types and levels of community prevention.
  • Students will learn how injuries, fires, and burns can be prevented.
  • Students will learn strategies and countermeasures to help people understand the injury, fire, or burn event and reduce the loss.
  • Students will learn prevention approaches, behavior changes, legislation, and enforcement engineering.

Other Notes

None

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