|Dear Fire Chief, Public Educator, Fire Prevention Officer:
Register now for the Office of the Fire Marshal Public Education
Best Practices in Public Education: A Case Study from British Columbia –
Surrey Fire Services’ HomeSafe Public Fire Safety Education Program
Date: May 20, 2021; 1pm-3pm ET, 10am-12pm PT
The Office of the Fire Marshal is partnering with the Surrey Fire Services, in Surrey, B.C., to deliver a training session about Surrey Fire’s HomeSafe public fire safety education program. The session is free of charge. To register for the session, click “REGISTER NOW” below.
Why you should attend:
Highlights will include:
· public fire safety education activities that make up the HomeSafe program,
· lessons learned (e.g. which public education activities were effective, and which weren’t), and
· best practices for implementing effective public fire safety education programs.
Who will want to attend:
When: Thursday, May 20, 2021; 1:00pm to 3:00pm ET; 10am to 12pm PT
If you have any questions, please contact the OFM’s Public Education & Communications Unit.
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