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1

What is the maximum size of a functional crew

5 trainess

2

Which NFPA standard provides essential information for any type of live fire training session

NFPA 1403

3

At what training level can first responders recognize a potential hazardous materials incident, isolate and deny entry and evacuate person in danger

Operations

4

How man year experience as a qualified supervising fire officer does the managing fire officer candidate need

2 to 4 years

5

When was the first fire and Emergency services Higher Education conference held

1998

6

What is defined as a collegial process base on self and peer assessment for public account ability and improvement of academic quality

Accreditation

7

What must happen for it to be said that raining has occurred

An observable change in behavior

8

What level fire officer must be achieved when training to become a managing fire officer

NFPA Fire Officer 2

9

When did the four step training method originate

World War 2

10

About how long does the training for blood borne pathogens take

4 hours

11

What is developmental relationship where a more experienced person helps a less experienced person

Mentoring

12

What is the final part of establishing the training objective

Measure of performance

13

What is the SCBA fit testing training usually part of

Fire fighter 1

14

When was the first organized instruction of fire officers started in New York City

1869

15

What is the final preparation activity in the first step of the four step training method

Check the physical environment

16

What lever certification is required by many departments before new members are allowed to respond in the field

Fire fighter 1

17

What is the first step when developing a specific training program

Assess the need

18

What is the first step of the four step training method

Preparation

19

Which of the following accredits fire related degree programs at the college and university levels

International fire service accreditation congress

20

What psychomotor skill level has been achieved the the driver/operator knows at least two of three alternative routes to each area

Mastery

21

What percent of the nonemergency annual line of duty death totally was constituted of deaths during training activities from 1997 to 2010

77.8 percent

22

What percentage of the minimum needed water supply should the available resources be capable of delivering from two serrate sources

150 percetn

23

Which psychomotor skill level has been achieved when the driver/operator can driver to more than 85 percent of the streets in the company's response area without assistance from the supervisor

Plateau

24

What should be done first with new training programs

Do in a pilot class

25

What is the process of imparting knowledge or skill through systematic instruction

Education

26

What determines the success when using the four step method of training

Student can perform the task safely without input from the supervisor

27

What level of the Conscious Competence Learning Matrix is represented when the fire fighter become aware of the existence and relevance of a skill and becomes award of his or her deficiency

Conscious incompetence

28

When was the inaugural edition of NFPA 1001 published which created a national consensus on the knowledge and skills a fire fighter should posses

1974

29

What is the overall goal of the presentation

Increase fire company efficiency

30

During fire evolutions what is the minimum water flow that each attack and backup hose line should be capable of

95 gpm

31

What is the process of achieving proficiency through instruction and hands on practice

Training

32

How many years of experience does the supervisory fire officer candidate need in agency operations

3 to 5 years

33

What is the maximum amount of time that active learning research recommends spending presenting a formal lecture or video presentation

10 minutes

34

What type of training will help reduce the risk that a probationary fire fighter will be injured at the emergency scene

Emergency scene awareness

35

What instructor level is a prerequisite for fire officer 1 candidates

Instructor 1

36

What allows the fire officer to stay on topic during a lecture

Lesson plan

37

What is taught second to new members

Skills needed to stay alive

38

When was American Military University Started

1991

39

Training

defined as the process of achieving proficiency through instruction and hands on practice in the operation of equipment and systems that are expected to be used in the performance of assigned duties

40

Coaching

method of directing, instructing, and training a person or group of people with the aim of achieving some goal or developing specific skills

41

NFPA 1041

Standard for fire Instructor Professional Qualifications

42

Qualities make for an effective mentor

A desire to help
Current knowledge
Effective coaching, counseling, facilitating and networking skills

43

Teaching new skills takes more

time than maintaining proficiency of existing skills

44

NFPA1403

Standard on live fire training evolutions

45

29 CFR 1910.1030

Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens

46

29 CFR 1910.20

Hazardous waste Operations and Emergency Response

47

Awareness level

recognize potential hazardous materials emergency, isolate the area, and call for assistance

48

29 CFR 1910.134

Respiratory Protection Training

49

NFPA 1142

Standard on water supplies for suburban and rural fire fighting