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Strategic Planning - Community Risk Reduction1429024/22/2020 1:15:42 PMFireFIRE-2115<div class="ExternalClassE9CDDEE915904BD383611B65754A0D7C">This course is designed to enhance students' ability to create, administer and evaluate programs and information to meet identified community needs. Learners will establish priorities through data analysis, design an education program, prepare budgets and policies and design evaluation strategies as they relate to that program.Upon completion of this course, students with NFPA Fire Service Instructor I and Fire &amp; Life Safety Educator I will receive IFSAC and ProBoard accreditaiton for Fire &amp; Life Safety Educator 2/3, NFPA 1035. (Formerly FSS215)</div>UndergraduateFire and Safety
Pathophysiology1436274/22/2020 1:16:01 PMHealth ScienceHLSC-2214<div class="ExternalClass379347923470460C92E3119C9F74B154">This introductory pathophysiology course focuses on the study of homeostasis and how it is altered by physical, biochemical, microbial, or genetic factors. The course includes etiology, pathogenesis, growth and developmental variations, clinical manifestations, complications, diagnosis, and treatment of selected health challenges. By the end of the course learners will be able to identify, explain, and discuss diseases and disorders in relation to physical presentation in preparation for future courses in medical assessment and treatment. Textbook&#123;s) required for this course, please see the Diploma in Health Sciences (EMS) webpage.</div>UndergraduateCentre for Prof Health Ed
Basic Security Training Assessment1435617/3/2020 8:15:03 PMSecuritySCRT-1655<div class="ExternalClass7140F6477E6E4CA49EB5FA9F73D3FF0C">This assessment will measure that students have attained the fundamental knowledge and skills required by Security Professionals to perform their function safely, legally and effectively. Security Professionals careers include&#58; contract security services; in house security in hospitals, educational institutions, banks, and supply chain and retail security; loss prevention and corporate security; door persons; and body guards. Students must complete the exam within one year of completing Basic Security Training&#58; Theory (SCRT-1650). Students must successfully complete this assessment in order to be eligible to apply for a Security Worker License. NOTE&#58; Students must be 19 years of age to be eligible to apply for a Security Worker License to work as a security professional. <br><b>Online Exams require&#58;<br></b> - Access to a computer (a tablet will not work)<br> -<a href="https&#58;//tinyurl.com/7ax3dad" target="_blank"><b> Google Chrome</b></a> with the <a href="https&#58;//tinyurl.com/uqmjuvx" target="_blank"><b>Proctorio Chrome extension</a><b> installed</b> (*Click on the links to install)<br> - Webcam (320x240 VGA minimum)<br> - Minimum bandwidth of 0.244 Mbps (0.664 Mbps recommended)<br> (Wired connection recommended)- Free disk space of 250MB and Free RAM of 2 GB<br> For additional help with setup please visit<br><a href="https&#58;//tinyurl.com/y9s6f3yv" target="_blank">https&#58;//proctorio.com/support#sett ingUp</a><br> <b>Please note&#58; This setup must to be completed prior to your exam day.</b></div>UndergraduateJustice and Public Safety
Incident Command System Level 2001438927/16/2020 9:15:02 PMEmergency ManagementEMRG-1220<div class="ExternalClassB1E2B9D90F80426DB1266D6BF6582879">Learn a standardized method of managing any type of emergency. As an Incident Commander or responder, gain the knowledge and skills necessary to efficiently manage an emergency site at a small to moderate sized incident. (Formerly CMD120) COURSE FORMAT&#58; This 14-hour course is available online or in a classroom-based format, and includes an exam. ONLINE&#58; The online format of this course is self-paced and part-time. An email address is required for students taking online courses. Students will receive their login instructions by email shortly after completing the registration process. If an email is not received, please contact the registration office at register@jibc.ca, 604-528-5590 or 1-877-528-5591. NOTE&#58; Students will need to complete the course and the exam prior to the class end date. CLASSROOM-BASED&#58; In addition to the scheduled public offerings, this course is available to organizations on a contract basis. For more information, contact the program manager at 604-528-5563. OTHER INFO&#58; All course materials will be provided and no special equipment is required. Please note that all Emergency Management Division courses require 100% attendance. CEUs&#58; This course provides CEUs for the following organizations&#58; 1) the Environmental Operators Certification Program (EOCP) - 1.4 CEU, and 2) the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP) - 1.0 CEU.</div>UndergraduateEmergency Management
Search and Rescue Rope Rescue Awareness1435394/22/2020 1:15:50 PMEmergency ManagementEMRG-1735<div class="ExternalClassAA08D8FC04E94074A23E3526CBF7973A">Search and Rescue (SAR) Rope Rescue Awareness is the first of several provincial training courses designed to prepare SAR volunteers to perform rope rescue operations in wildland situations. This course follows the Emergency Management British Columbia (EMBC) established curriculum as outlined in EMBC SAR Rope Rescue Manual Section 1&#58; Rope Rescue Awareness. The course will review introductory aspects of the wildland rope rescue structure, system and organization in British Columbia as well topics such as core principles, roles and responsibilities, planning considerations, site assessments, and equipment considerations. IMPORTANT NOTE&#58; Registration in this course is ONLY open to ACTIVE Search and Rescue volunteers who are members of Emergency Management British Columbia (EMBC) recognized SAR Groups. If you are NOT part of a recognized SAR Group in British Columbia, please contact sar@jibc.ca for information on accessing this course content.</div>UndergraduateEmergency Management
Emergency & Security Legislation1439244/22/2020 1:15:42 PMEmergency/Security ManagementESMS-1100<div class="ExternalClass3BB33A57E9CE4C44B1594BDAD961E8F6">Learn how legislation provides a foundation for informed emergency management, safety, and security decision making as well as effective management and operations. Explore the fundamentals of international standards and criminal and government legislation relevant to the emergency management and safety and security environments. (Formerly ESM145)</div>UndergraduateEmergency Management
Applied Ethics1439518/5/2020 1:00:23 PMEthicsETHS-1100<div class="ExternalClassF519FAD309A74EB09F12BCED9891EC09">This course will introduce students to classical and contemporary theories of ethics and emphasizes strategies for moral reasoning, critical thinking and ethical decision-making. The course structure is discussion-based to challenge learners to integrate and apply theoretical perspectives, create personal codes of ethics and analyze contemporary ethical issues in their roles as citizens, employees and public and community safety professionals.</div>UndergraduateCentre for Grad St/Ac Planning
Fire Service Instructor 21431148/7/2020 4:15:03 AMFireFIRE-1202<div class="ExternalClass37BC57BEFE9742718C4906A2752D949D">This course exposes the student to scheduling, budget, records and reports and instructor evaluation requirements of a Training Officer. Fire Service Instructor II will explore the elements of instructional development, delivery, course evaluations and test analysis. This course is accredited to NFPA 1041 Fire Service Instructor Professional Qualifications, Chapter 5. Upon completion of the course, the student will receive a certificate of completion with IFSAC and Pro Board seals. (Formerly S102)</div>UndergraduateFire and Safety
Incident Command System Level 1001438908/6/2020 6:30:03 PMEmergency ManagementEMRG-1200<div class="ExternalClassA70D375DF9884B66BA954CFE7FB10BC6">Learn a proven incident site management system for emergencies or disasters. Students will be introduced to an effective system for command, control, and coordination of response at an emergency site. The Incident Command System (ICS) is recognized as a flexible and scalable all-hazards system, which provides a common response framework suitable to any size of event. Gain a basic understanding of the Incident Command System, its organization, principles, basic structure and common responsibilities. This course is the first in a series of ICS training courses and will be of particular interest to first responders and those who have a site-support role in an Emergency Operations Centre (EOC). (Formerly CMD110) COURSE FORMAT&#58; This 7-hour course is available online, by correspondence, or in a classroom-based format, and includes an exam. ONLINE&#58; The online format of this course is self-paced and part-time. An email address is required for students taking online courses. Students will receive their login instructions by email shortly after completing the registration process. If an email is not received, please contact the registration office at register@jibc.ca, 604-528-5590 or 1-877-528-5591. NOTE&#58; Students will need to complete the course and the exam prior to the class end date. CORRESPONDENCE&#58; The correspondence format of this course is self-paced and part-time. To receive the course materials and exam by correspondence, contact the Emergency Management Division at 604-528-5797. Please note that correspondence manuals are available in English and French. CLASSROOM-BASED&#58; Classroom-based learning is only available to groups/organizations on a contract basis. For more information, contact the coordinator at 604-528-5563. OTHER INFO&#58; All course materials will be provided and no special equipment is required. Please note that all Emergency Management Division courses require 100% attendance. CEUs&#58; This course provides CEUs for the following organizations&#58; 1) the Environmental Operators Certification Program (EOCP) - 0.6 CEU, and 2) the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP) - 0.5 CEU.</div>UndergraduateEmergency Management
Introduction to Search & Rescue in British Columbia1439124/22/2020 1:15:42 PMEmergency ManagementEMRG-1703<div class="ExternalClass0F03CD5E141C465D8091093A283F4316">This course provides a valuable overview of the Search and Rescue (SAR) model used in British Columbia (BC), and the roles and responsibilities of each component in the SAR structure. This course complements the Ground Search and Rescue volunteer training modules currently provided through the Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC), and includes examples of typical SAR responses. (Formerly SAR103)</div>UndergraduateEmergency Management