Fire Tech Courses
FT 1 - Principles of Emergency Services
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Describe and explain the influence on a fire protection organization from factors such as philosophy & history of fire protection, fire loss analysis, public & private organizations, labor-management relations, codes & ordinances, management operations, fire service resources, line & staff operations, fire behavior & combustion, fire protection systems, incident management systems, strategy & tactics, and cultural diversity.
  2. Demonstrate knowledge, skills and abilities to complete a career potential assessment for an entry-level fire service position, including a civil service written examination, a physical ability test and a structured oral interview.
  3. Write an analysis essay based on an emergency services related trade article, following proper format, mechanics, organization, word usage and comprehensive content parameters.


FT 10 - Introduction to Fire Fighter I Academy
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate how to perform each of the basic-level equipment operation tasks required for Fire Fighter 1 Academy competency.
  2. Apply cognitive skills involving recall, reading comprehension and reasoning to fire service scenarios based on course content of prerequisite Fire Technology courses at a minimum success level of 80% or greater.


FT 11 - Fire Fighter I Academy
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Describe and explain through cognitive assessment the Fire Fighter I competencies on the following topics: fire fighter safety, communications, Incident Command System, fire tools and equipment, structural fire suppression, fire fighter survival, suppression of fires outside of a structure, wildland fire suppression, hazardous materials/WMD, and confined space awareness.
  2. Demonstrate through individual psychomotor assessment the following Fire Fighter I, fire fighter safety competencies: donning, doffing and inspection of PPE; use, operation and maintenance of SCBA, including donning and doffing; responding on an apparatus; and operating an emergency scene. Performance of psychomotor assessments requires completion of all operations following proper form, technique and safe operating procedures while using designated equipment in an expeditious manner.
  3. Demonstrate through individual psychomotor assessment the following Fire Fighter I, communications competencies: operating a phone in a non-emergency situation; initiating a response to an emergency; operating fire department radios; and application of ICS in a tabletop exercise. Performance of psychomotor assessments requires completion of all operations following proper form and technique while using designated equipment in a safe and expeditious manner.
  4. Demonstrate through individual psychomotor assessment the following Fire Fighter I, tools and equipment competencies: basic & intermediate knot & hitch ties using rope, webbing, prusik cords & carabiners; operation of hand and power tools; operation of portable electric and lighting equipment; and cleaning, inspection, and maintenance of fire tools and equipment. Performance of psychomotor assessments requires completion of all operations following proper form, technique & safe operating procedures while using designated equipment in an expeditious manner.
  5. Demonstrate through individual and team psychomotor assessment the following Fire Fighter I, structural fire suppression competencies: operation of fire extinguishers; water supply operations involving portable water tanks and hydrants; basic & intermediate ladder deployment operations; basic hose coupling, rolls, maintenance, carries, loads, lays & deployment for fire attack; utility control at emergencies; forcible entry through doors, windows, and walls; search and rescue of victims and firefighters, including use of support equipment; interior and exterior structure fire fighting operations; horizontal and vertical ventilation operations; salvage of room and contents with covers and equipment; and overhaul a fire scene. Performance of psychomotor assessments requires completion of all operations following proper form, technique & safe operating procedures in an expeditious manner while using designated equipment as an individual and a member of a team.
  6. Demonstrate through individual and team psychomotor assessment the following Fire Fighter I, fire fighter survival competencies: exit a hazardous area; determine a safe haven; and initiate a call for emergency assistance. Performance of psychomotor assessments requires completion of all operations following proper form, technique & safe operating procedures in an expeditious manner while using designated equipment as an individual and a member of a team.
  7. Demonstrate through individual and team psychomotor assessment the following Fire Fighter I, passenger vehicle fire fighting competencies: attack a passenger vehicle fire; avoid hazards; identify and control leaking flammable liquids; maintain protection from flash fires; overhaul all vehicle compartments; and extinguish the fire. Performance of psychomotor assessments requires completion of all operations following proper form, technique & safe operating procedures in an expeditious manner while using designated equipment as an individual and a member of a team.
  8. Demonstrate through individual psychomotor assessment the following Fire Fighter I, wildland response, equipment and safety competencies: assemble and prepare for response; don and doff wildland PPE; deploying fire shelters; inspect, maintain, and sharpen hand tools; assemble and use a back pump; assume the safe position for an air tanker drop; use the Incident Response Pocket Guide (IRPG). Performance of psychomotor assessments requires completion of all operations following proper form, technique & safe operating procedures while using designated equipment in an expeditious manner.
  9. Demonstrate through individual and team psychomotor assessment the following Fire Fighter I, wildland fire suppression competencies: perform simple and progressive hose lays; use hand tools to construct fire line; perform mobile pumping; ignite and extinguish road flares and fusees; assemble and use a drip torch; prep and defend a structure in the wildland-urban interface; perform wet or dry mop-up operations; and demonstrate patrol principles, techniques, and standards. Performance of psychomotor assessments requires completion of all operations following proper form, technique & safe operating procedures in an expeditious manner while using designated equipment as an individual and a member of a team.
  10. Demonstrate through individual psychomotor assessment the following Fire Fighter I hazardous materials/WMD competencies: identify hazardous materials, their potential hazards and appropriate personal protective equipment; identify container size, product or site identification number; and implement a hazardous materials response. Performance of psychomotor assessments requires completion of all operations following proper technique & safe operating procedures while using designated resources in an expeditious manner.
  11. Demonstrate through individual and team psychomotor assessment the following Fire Fighter I, hazardous materials/WMD first responder operational competencies: perform emergency, mass, and technical decontamination; don, work in, and doff chemical protective clothing; perform containment and control techniques to mitigate a hazardous materials/WMD incident. Performance of psychomotor assessments requires completion of all operations following proper form, technique & safe operating procedures in an expeditious manner while using designated equipment as an individual and a member of a team.
  12. Complete a fire service structured oral interview including evaluation of a properly designed and formatted firefighter resume.
  13. Complete 5 required and 3 random Fire Fighter I certification examination skills according to the skills testing sheets designated by California State Fire Training.
  14. Complete 4 required and 2 random wildland certification examination skills according to the skills testing sheets designated by California State Fire Training.
  15. Complete 1 required and 2 random hazardous materials certification examination skills according to the skills testing sheets designated by California State Fire Training.
  16. Complete the Fire Fighter I Comprehensive Examination according to the certification training standards established by California State Fire Training.


FT 11CAP - Fire Fighter I Capstone Testing
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Complete 5 required and 3 random Fire Fighter I certification examination skills according to the skills testing sheets designated by California State Fire Training.
  2. Complete 4 required and 2 random wildland certification examination skills according to the skills testing sheets designated by California State Fire Training.
  3. Complete 1 required and 2 random hazardous materials certification examination skills according to the skills testing sheets designated by California State Fire Training.
  4. Complete the Fire Fighter I Comprehensive Examination according to the certification training standards established by California State Fire Training.


FT 2 - Principles of Fire and Emergency Services Safety and Survival
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Describe and explain the roles, responsibilities, and duties of a firefighter related to safety and survival consistent with the National Fallen Firefighters 16 Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives.
  2. Identify fire scene hazards and implement appropriate safety and survival actions consistent with the National Fallen Firefighters 16 Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives.
  3. As a member of a research team, perform and complete the scavenger hunt resource project, and submit the final project following all assessment parameters.


FT 3 - Fire Behavior and Combustion
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Case Study, Major US Fire: Research a historic US fire as both an individual and a group and apply this to at least three topics of this course.
  2. Understanding of Matter/Energy: Describe the periodic table, bonding of the elements to form matter, and the relationship between matter and energy as it relates to the combustion process.
  3. Understanding of Fire Behavior, Fuels, Heat Transfer: Describe the fire tetrahedron, and the laws of heat theory as they apply to the spread of fire in structure and wildland settings.
  4. Understanding of Fire Suppression, Strategy and Tactics: Describe methods of fire suppression operations, identify appropriate modes of fire suppression, apply these in scenario settings.
  5. Understanding of Extinguishment Methods and Agents: Describe the properties of extinguishing agents and how they relate to the classifications of fire, able to discuss extinguishment applications.


FT 4 - Fire Prevention
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Given class lecture, class discussion, the CBC, The CFC, NFPA standards and related reference material: Demonstrate the ability to identify building limitations and type of construction, purpose, and location of fire rated building components and their correlation to building occupancy classifications.
  2. Given lecture, the CBC, the CFC videos and related reference material: Demonstrate the ability to identify occupancy classifications and related exiting requirements.
  3. Given lecture, videos, CFC, CBC, NFPA standards and related reference material: Select an occupancy to inspect and through a group project demonstrate the ability to conduct a proper fire inspection. Create a floor plan of an assigned occupancy classification and indicate on that plan fire code violations with the accurate code sections. Final project includes a difficult situation with the RP and successful resolution.


FT 5 - Fire Protection Systems
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Given applicable NFPA Standards, the California Fire Code, The California Building Code, applicable reference material, a campus map, measuring wheels, preplan form, graph paper, engineers scale and fire department access exercise: Demonstrate knowledge of both proper and improper placement of fire appurtenances, identify proper proximity to buildings, and identify fire protection systems for specific occupancies. Analyze the efficiency of specific layouts.
  2. Given field trips to 1.A hazardous facility with multiple fire protection items/ systems and 2.A fire protection training facility: Identify the different systems, their applications and possible malfunctions due to lack of compatibility, misuse or incorrect installation.
  3. Given the applicable NFPA Standards, California Building Code, California Fire Code, and related reference material and commentary, lecture, videos and class discussion: Identify various fire protection systems, their applications and functions, components, testing requirements, and hazards of incompatibility and improper placement.


FT 50 - Fire Protection Organization
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. As both an individual and a member of a group research team, develop the outline of a functional fire department organization (including organizational charts) within the parameters of a set list of resources and organizational objectives.
  2. Demonstrate knowledge, skills and abilities to complete a career potential assessment for an entry-level fire service position, including a civil service written examination, a physical ability test and a structured oral interview.
  3. Describe and explain the influence on a fire protection organization from factors such as philosophy & history of fire protection, fire loss analysis, public & private organizations, labor-management relations, codes & ordinances, management operations, fire service resources, line & staff operations, fire behavior & combustion, fire protection systems, incident management systems, strategy & tactics, and cultural diversity.
  4. Write an analysis essay based on an emergency services related trade article, following proper format, mechanics, organization, word usage and comprehensive content parameters.


FT 51 - Fire Services Operations
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. The student shall demonstrate an understanding of Public Safety dispatch/alarm systems and identify ways emergency calls come into the center, and reach the fire fighter.
  2. Identify the components of a resource management system, and give examples of where they are used in the fire service.
  3. Describe the components of a fire ground size up and explain where they would be used.


FT 51W - Fire Equipment Operations
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate how to perform each of the basic-level equipment operation tasks required for Fire Fighter 1 Academy competency.
  2. Demonstrate how to use radios to give a report of condition while watching a video of a training fire.
  3. Demonstrate how to hook up supply fire hose to a fire hydrant within the allotted amount of time.


FT 52 - Firefighter Safety and Survival
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate safety and survival techniques using standard industry equipment to prevent injuries, accidents, entrapments and fatalities to firefighters according to the State Fire Training guidelines for Firefighter Survival manipulative skills.
  2. Describe and explain the roles, responsibilities, and duties of a firefighter related to safety and survival consistent with the National Fallen Firefighters 16 Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives.
  3. Identify fire scene hazards and implement appropriate safety and survival actions consistent with the National Fallen Firefighters 16 Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives.


FT 53 - Fire Behavior and Combustion
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Case Study, Major US Fire: Research a historic US fire, as both an individual and a group, and apply this to at least three topics of this course.
  2. Understanding of Matter/Energy: Describe the periodic table, bonding of the elements to form matter, and the relationship between matter and energy as it relates to the combustion process.
  3. Understanding of Fire Behavior, Fuels, Heat Transfer: Describe the fire tetrahedron, and the laws of heat theory as they apply to the spread of fire in structure and wildland settings.
  4. Understanding of Fire Suppression, Strategy and Tactics: Describe methods of fire suppression operations, identify appropriate modes of fire suppression, apply these in scenario settings.
  5. Understanding of Extinguishment Methods and Agents: Describe the properties of extinguishing agents and how they relate to the classifications of fire, able to discuss extinguishment applications.


FT 54 - Fire Prevention Technology
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Given class lecture, class discussion, the CBC, The CFC, NFPA standards and related reference material: Demonstrate the ability to identify  building limitations and type of construction, purpose and location of fire rated building components and their correlation to building occupancy classifications.
  2. Given lecture, the CBC, the CFC videos and related reference material: Demonstrate the ability to identify occupancy classifications and related exiting requirements.
  3. Given lecture, videos, CFC, CBC, NFPA standards and related reference material: Select an occupancy to inspect and through a group project demonstrate the ability to conduct a proper fire inspection. Create a floor plan of an assigned occupancy classification and indicate on that plan fire code violations with the accurate code sections. Final project includes a difficult situation with the responsible party and successful resolution.


FT 55 - Fire Protection Equipment and Systems
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Given applicable NFPA Standards, the California Fire Code, The California Building Code, applicable reference material, a campus map, measuring wheels, preplan form, graph paper, engineers scale and fire department access exercise: Demonstrate knowledge of both proper and improper placement of fire appurtenances, identify proper proximity to buildings, and identify fire protection systems for specific occupancies. Analyze the efficiency of specific layouts.
  2. Given field trips to 1.A hazardous facility with multiple fire protection items/ systems and 2.A fire protection training facility: Identify the different systems, their applications and possible malfunctions due to lack of compatibility, misuse or incorrect installation.
  3. Given the applicable NFPA Standards, California Building Code, California Fire Code, and related reference material and commentary, lecture, videos and class discussion: Identify various fire protection systems, their applications and functions, components, testing requirements, and hazards of incompatibility and improper placement.


FT 56 - Building Construction for Fire Protection
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Given a cognitive presentation and studies, the student will demonstrate an understanding of the historical impact of building construction on fire protection and its significance to change. The student will be able to recognize and recall design principles of buildings, building classifications and occupancies, why and how buildings are built, historical and current building materials, and the relationship to fire codes and safety on the fireground.
  2. Given a cognitive presentation and studies, the student will define and describe the relationship of foundations, structural systems, floors, ceilings, walls, roofs, door and window assemblies, interior finish, building and sub-service systems to the strength and collapse potential of buildings under fire situations and other disasters.
  3. Given cognitive materials and case studies, the student will identify and describe the relationship of building construction factors to fireground fatalities involving firefighters and citizens. The student will relate changes to building construction and fire codes from the lessons learned from significant fire incidents and disaster situations.


FT 6 - Building Construction for Fire Protection
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Given a cognitive presentation and studies, the student will demonstrate an understanding of the historical impact of building construction on fire protection and its significance to change. The student will be able to recognize and recall design principles of buildings, building classifications and occupancies, why and how buildings are built, historical and current building materials, and the relationship to fire codes and safety on the fireground.
  2. Given a cognitive presentation and studies, the student will define and describe the relationship of foundations, structural systems, floors, ceilings, walls, roofs, door and window assemblies, interior finish, building and sub-service systems to the strength and collapse potential of buildings under fire situations and other disasters.
  3. Given cognitive materials and case studies, the student will identify and describe the relationship of building construction factors to fireground fatalities involving firefighters and citizens. The student will relate changes to building construction and fire codes from the lessons learned from significant fire incidents and disaster situations.


FT 7 - Health and Fitness for the Fire Service
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. . Considering the Five Components of Fitness, complete appropriate Fire Service-specific physical assessments; develop a personal fitness plan considering functional/occupational needs and long term health concerns and track progress.
  2. Referencing the Seven Dimensions of Wellness, formulate and update a scientifically supported collection of information including prevention of cardiovascular disease, mental health issues, substance abuse, environmental/exposure concerns, and interpersonal relationships, that may be used to develop strategies for meeting personal and/or professional health and wellness needs, interests and goals.
  3. Referencing online nutritional websites complete a Food Diary with nutritional analysis, then plan a nutritionally sound menu on a daily basis, considering personal and/or occupational needs and goals. Consider the impacts of shift work and high intensity work and recovery.


FT 71A - Fire Command 1A: Command Operations for the Company Officer
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Describe the psychology of command and control techniques used in emergency management.
  2. Demonstrate communication skills needed for reporting incident conditions and commanding resources at an emergency incident.
  3. Describe scene size-up and identify the strategies and tactics used by company officers.
  4. Demonstrate critical thinking skills and decision-making abilities for managing an emergency.


FT 88A - Introduction to Fire Fitness Training
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Basic ground ladder technique with emphasis on safety and form
  2. Basic nutrition principles and a basic Food Diary
  3. Basic competency with knots used in the Fire Service


FT 88B - Intermediate Fire Fitness Training
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Intermediate ground ladder technique with emphasis on safety and form for 2-firefighter operations
  2. Intermediate nutrition principles applied to Food Diary and weekly fitness
  3. Intermediate competency with knots used in the Fire Service for rescue applications


FT 88C - Advanced Fire Fitness Training
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Advanced ground ladder technique with emphasis on safety and form for 2- and 3-firefighter operations
  2. Advanced nutrition principles applied to Food Diary and daily fitness
  3. Advanced competency with knots used in the Fire Service for rescue and hose applications


FT 88D - Tactical Fire Fitness Training
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Full ground ladder evolutions for roof ventilation and rescue applications with emphasis on safety and form for firefighter team operations
  2. Tactical approach to nutrition principles applied to Food Diary and fitness based on a firefighter work schedule.
  3. Hose advancement operations from hydrant and fire engine with emphasis on safety, form and technique


FT 89 - Firefighter-1 Academy Introduction
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Apply cognitive skills involving recall, reading comprehension and reasoning to fire service scenarios based on course content of prerequisite Fire Technology courses at a minimum success level of 80% or greater.
  2. Calculate basic and complex fire service mathematical equations to a minimum success level of 80% or greater.
  3. Demonstrate ladder and rope management psychomotor competencies following proper form, technique and safety procedures using designated equipment.
  4. Describe and explain Fire Fighter 1 competencies relevant to fire protection organization, fire service operations, firefighter safety and survival, principles of ladder operations, and rope management through cognitive assessment.


FT 90A - Firefighter-1 Certification Preparation I (Basic)
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate through individual psychomotor assessment the following Fire Fighter 1 competencies: basic & intermediate ladder deployment operations; donning & doffing PPE & SCBA; basic & intermediate knot & hitch ties using rope, webbing, prusik cords & carabiners; basic hose loads, lays & deployment for fire attack. Performance of psychomotor assessments requires proper form, technique & safe operating procedures while using designated equipment for individual building to team application.
  2. Describe and explain through cognitive assessment the following Fire Fighter 1 competencies: personal protective equipment (PPE) & self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA); intermediate ground ladder and rope operations; mechanical advantage concepts; principles of hose, nozzles and fittings; field hydraulic theory; and fire attack principles related to water supply, fire and foam streams.


FT 90B - Firefighter-1 Certification Preparation II (Intermediate)
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate the following Fire Fighter 1 individual & team competencies: intermediate/advanced ladder rescue & ventilation operations; intermediate/advanced rope rescue operations;  intermediate interior fire attack practices; search & rescue techniques; forcible entry & chain saw procedures; and salvage cover deployment.  Performance of psychomotor assessments requires proper form, technique & safe operating procedures while using designated equipment for individual & team application.
  2. Describe and explain through cognitive assessment the following Fire Fighter 1 competencies: fire attack procedures and responsibilities; principles of building construction, ventilation, and forcible entry; guidelines for evacuation & rescue of victims; rapid intervention guidelines for firefighter safety and survival; loss control guidelines for salvage and overhaul operations; and integration of Incident Command guidelines to fireground strategy & tactics.


FT 90C - Firefighter-1 Certification Preparation III (Advanced)
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Complete a fire service structured oral interview including evaluation of a properly designed and formatted firefighter resume.
  2. Demonstrate the following Fire Fighter 1 team & multi-company competencies: advanced operations in ladder rescue, ventilation support, rope rescue, live fire attack, and live search & rescue techniques; applied rappel & belay operations; ladder confidence techniques; confined space rescue operations; & automobile access and extrication procedures. Proper form, technique & safe operating procedures while using designated equipment for individual, team & multi-company assessments are required.
  3. Describe and explain through cognitive assessment the following Fire Fighter 1 competencies: advanced fire attack procedures including fire behavior, portable fire extinguishers, and automatic sprinkler systems; principles of size-up including pre-scene preparation, assignment sequence and scene survey; rescue guidelines for confined space operations; and automobile extrication practices and procedures.


FT 91A - CAL FIRE Wildland Firefighter Basic Training
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Complete all required training modules, including online and formal courses, to qualify for engine-ready CAL FIRE Basic Forest Firefighter certification according to the CAL FIRE Basic Firefighter Training Record.
  2. Demonstrate wildland fire attack and field safety techniques using standard industry equipment to prevent injuries, accidents, entrapments and fatalities to firefighters according to the CAL FIRE guidelines for Basic Forest Firefighter certification.
  3. Describe and explain the fundamentals of wildland fire control and the techniques of controlling these incidents, with an emphasis on the equipment commonly utilized by CAL FIRE.


FT 91B - Hazardous Materials First Responder – Operational Level
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate a basic knowledge of Hazardous Materials at the First Responder Operations Level in accordance with Title 8, California Code of Regulations 5192(q)(6)(B) to mitigate Hazardous Materials incidents in a defensive manner in the initial stages of a Haz Mat  Incident.
  2. Demonstrate an in depth knowledge in the use of the current Department of Transportation Emergency Response Guidebook (DOT-ERG) in determining the safe defensive response to, and handling of, the initial stages of hazardous materials incidents in all 9 Divisions of Haz Mat Classifications.
  3. Safely and effectively participate as part of an emergency response team to scenario driven Hazardous Materials Incidents, in a defensive manner, and physically demonstrate the appropriate interventions for the protection of life, the environment and property, in accordance with the provisions of Title 8, California Code of Regulations 5192(q)(6)(B).


FT 91C - I-200 Basic ICS (Incident Command System)
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate a basic knowledge of Incident Command System structure, functional elements, facilities, command and control and accountability to begin detailed instruction in scenario driven large scale ICS deployments and operations.
  2. Describe and explain facility function and implementation, resource allocation and accountability, and Command and Control common responsibilities during deployments using Incident Command System scenario driven large scale operational deployments.  Source: NFES ICS Curriculum Modules 4, 5 &
  3. Describe and explain the principles and features of the Incident Command System and apply relevant elements of the organizational structure to scenario driven operational deployments.  Source: NFES ICS Curriculum Modules 2 &


FT 91D - Firefighter Survival
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate fire fighter survival techniques using standard industry equipment to prevent injuries, accidents, entrapments and fatalities to firefighters according to the State Fire Training guidelines for Firefighter Survival manipulative skills.


FT 95 - Work Experience/FT
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Complete an average attendance equivalent to at least 5 hours per week with the sponsoring fire department's engine and truck companies and log all attendance hours on the Work Hours worksheet.
  2. Complete three job-related performance objectives according to the performance standards and operational policies of the employer.
  3. Maintain a student log of all activities performed during each fire department work shift attended.


FT 96 - Work Experience Seminar/FT
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Complete a term research project following the parameters of the assignment.
  2. Complete an average attendance equivalent to at least 1 hour per week with the Fire Tech Work Experience Seminar, or acceptable alternative community service activity, as documented on the Participation Hours Worksheet.