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COLTS™ Company Officer Leadership Training Symposium is an intensive and fast-paced 24 hour course for newly appointed, existing or aspiring company officers. Based upon selective requirements of the NFPA 1021 Fire Officer Standard, the training symposium is designed to expose the student to thought-provoking challenges and stress the profound responsibility that the company officer has within the tactical deployment of emergency response operations. Objectives include increasing company officer effectiveness, promoting leadership and supervisory qualities, increasing tactical operational effectiveness, enhancing initial incident command assumption and action planning, expanding risk assessment awareness and promoting effective company integrity, management and ultimate crew safety. Presented by a faculty of highly regarded and experienced fire service officers, commanders and instructors, this training symposium will help chart your path for excellence in company level operations and management.

COLTS - Company Officer Leadership Trainng Symposium


 

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A partial listing of presentation subject areas include: Building Construction/Structural Anatomy™ Risk Assessment; Command Action Planning for Initial Operations; Motivation and Leadership Techniques; Traits for Effective Supervision; Strategic and Tactical Operations-Ensuring Crew Safety and Integrity; Developing Instructional Excellence; Combat Structural Engagement - Lessons to Keep Your Crew Alive; Conflict Resolution; Company Officer Customer Service Traits ; and Leading By Example-How to Make Them Follow.


COLTS - Company Officer Leadership Trainng Symposium

COLTS™ Company Officer Leadership Training Symposium
COLTS™ Company Officer Leadership Training Symposium is an intensive and fast-paced 24 hour course for newly appointed, existing or aspiring company officers. Based upon selective requirements of the NFPA 1021 Fire Officer Standard, the training symposium is designed to expose the student to thought-provoking challenges and stress the profound responsibility that the company officer has within the tactical deployment of emergency response operations. Objectives include increasing company officer effectiveness, promoting leadership and supervisory qualities, increasing tactical operational effectiveness, enhancing initial incident command assumption and action planning, expanding risk assessment awareness, and promoting effective company integrity, management and ultimate crew safety.

Presented by a faculty of highly regarded and experienced fire service officers, commanders and instructors, this training symposium will help chart your path for excellence in company level operations and management. A partial listing of presentation subjects areas include: Building Construction/Structural Anatomy™ Risk Assessment; Command Action Planning for Initial Operations; Motivation and Leadership Techniques; Traits for Effective Supervision, Strategic and Tactical Operations - Ensuring Crew Safety and Integrity; Developing Instructional Excellence; Combat Structural Engagement - Lessons to Keep Your Crew Alive; Conflict Resolution; Company Officer Customer Service Traits; and Leading by Example - How to Make Them Follow.

Command and Company Officer Development
This course is intended to assist fire officers with developing skills for solving diverse problems and situations they will be required to manage effectively in delivering today's ever-changing fire service. The curriculum includes a review of fire department organization and administration, management theory, leadership, communication, motivation, and operations. The course and curriculum is designed to assist the fire officer candidate or existing fire officer to identify the performance requirements necessary to perform the duties of a Company Officer and specifically identifies module levels of progression. The intent is to define performance required at the various levels of officer responsibility to meet the objectives of NFPA 1021 Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualifications.

A focus on principles of management theory, and its application in the fire service will be facilitated. The course is intended for officers whose area of responsibility encompasses long and short range planning, budgeting and administration. Specific modules include: General Prerequisite Skills; Human Resource Management; Community and Government Relations; Administration, Inspection and Investigation; Emergency Service Delivery; and Safety.

COLTS™ II Command Officer Leadership Training Symposium
A highly dynamic, engaging and energizing program, the Command Officer Leadership Symposium addresses the requirements for leadership developmental for command officers for solving diverse problems and situations they will be required to lead and manage effectively in delivering today's ever-changing fire service. The curriculum includes leadership in a learning organization and concepts and theories on leadership, communication, motivation, and operational effectiveness.

A partial listing of presentation subjects areas include: Motivation and Leadership Techniques; Traits for Effective delegation; Executive planning; Strategic planning; developing personnel and staff Excellence; Customer Service Traits; Human Resource Management; Community and Government Relations; Administration, and Leading by Example - How to Make Them Follow.

 

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