The Grimsby Regional Training Centre is pleased to offer the following course:
NFPA 1031 FIRE INSPECTOR II
This 5 day course is designed to teach students to apply the concepts and skills of a fire inspector. Students learn about the plans review process; investigating complaints; occupancy classification; occupant load calculations for multi-use occupancies; recognizing and evaluating fire hazards; recommend policies and procedures for delivery of inspection services; inspection process that involves new and existing occupancies for construction, occupancy and fire protection. This course meets NFPA 1031 – 2009 Edition.
Prerequisites: Legislation, NFPA 472 Hazardous Material Awareness, NFPA 1031 Fire Inspector 1, Fire Code Div. B Part 2 and 6 Fire Safety Fire Protection Equipment, Courtroom Procedures and Fire Code Division B Part 9 Retrofit.
An IFSAC / ProBoard certificate will be issued with the successful completion of the written exam and submission of practical skills booklet that meets all requirements for this course.
All required textbooks and pre-class materials are the responsibility of the student.
For further information and registration forms, visit: http://www.grimsby.ca/Fire-Services/Grimsby-Regional-Training-Centre/
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Thursday, June 23, 2016
Sheraton Toronto Airport Hotel and Conference Centre,
801 Dixon Road, Toronto
8:30am to 4:30pm
Registration opens at 7am, breakfast is served at 7:30am
In June 2015, Grimsby Fire Department (GFD), the Ontario Fire College (OFC) and the OFMEM Academic Standards & Evaluations (AS&E) entered into a Memorandum of Understanding for the direct delivery of OFC courses through the Grimsby Regional Training Centre (GRTC). Based on the GFD belief that fire prevention is the future of our industry, our course offerings will focus on establishing the province’s first Centre of Fire Prevention Excellence.
Beyond the bricks and mortar of traditional fire towers, our Council approved preliminary designs are including classroom space and creation of a fire prevention lab to replicate the OFC facility.
Although the completion of the new facility is not anticipated until 2017, we are very pleased to be delivering courses at our current location in Grimsby. Limited space is available. More information is available on our registration web page at: http://www.grimsby.ca/Fire-Services/Grimsby-Regional-Training-Centre.
There is no pride in suppressing a fire that could have been prevented! Grimsby Fire Department and the Town of Grimsby are committed to sharing this vision through the development of a fire prevention training facility that will be made available through partnership with the OFC.
ONTARIO MUNICIPAL FIRE PREVENTION OFFICERS ASSOCIATION