Fire Inspector I Courses

/Fire Inspector I Courses

Free Fire Inspector I Review Course when you enroll in all 5 Fire Inspector I courses.

  • A study of fire inspection practices, including such items as purpose; definition; Fire Prevention Bureau activities; hazards; fire behavior; fire causes; types of construction including structural features, flame spread, occupancy and fire-load; inspection techniques; conducting inspections.  CEUs: 45 hours towards Fire Safety Inspector renewal. We still offer courses that use the older edition textbooks, just let us know.  Required Textbook: IFSTA Fire Inspection and Code Enforcement 8th Edition. ISBN: 978-0-87939-605-3
  • This is a required course for Fire Safety Inspector certification. The course is designed to familiarize inspectors with the Florida Fire Prevention Code which includes NFPA 101, NFPA 1, FSS 633, and FAC 69A. Students will learn how to research codes and apply them to inspection activities.  CEUs: 40 hrs towards Fire Safety Inspector renewal.  We still offer courses that use the older edition textbooks, just let us know.  Required Textbook: Florida Fire Prevention Code (6th ed); ISBN 9781557019424  
  • This is a study of private fire protection and detection systems, such as sprinkler and standpipe systems, chemical extinguishing systems, detection systems and devices. Each system is discussed as to its need, construction, preventive maintenance and individual uses.  CEUs: 40 hours towards Fire Safety Inspector renewal. We still offer courses that use the older edition textbooks, just let us know. Required textbook: Fire Protection Systems, 2nd Edition by A. Maurice Jones, Jr., Jones & Bartlett; (2015).  ISBN-13: 978-1-284-03537-7
  • This course leads to the Florida Fire Officer I and the Florida Fire Inspector I certification.The curriculum in this portion of the Fire Prevention Inspection Certification Program deals with building construction. Topics include identifying hazards from assault by fire and gravity, how building construction can influence fire spread, fire confinement or structural collapse, and many other life safety issues. This is not a building course per se, but rather a course to identify construction features and their hazards under fire conditions.  CEUs: 45 hours towards Fire Safety Inspector renewal. We still offer courses that use the older edition textbooks, just let us know.  Required Textbook: Building Construction Related to the Fire Service, 4th Edition. IFSTA, ISBN: 978-0-87939-594-0
  • This curriculum is geared towards teaching the student how to assimilate information contained in working drawings and specifications as they relate to the fire inspector. The curriculum includes how to interpret conventional graphic communications. Accepted standards and conventions are introduced. Symbols, abbreviations, principles of technical projection, as well as a review of geometry are included. Related worksheets are used to allow for applied experience of finding and interpreting information from authentic drawings.  CEUs: 40 hrs towards Fire Safety Inspector renewal.  We still offer courses that use the older edition textbooks, just let us know.  Required Textbook: Plans Examiner for Fire and Emergency Services; IFSTA 2nd Ed.  ISBN: 978-0-87939-608-4
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    The student will be enrolled in the Florida Fire Inspector I Series which includes, Fire Prevention Practices, Building Construction, Systems I, Codes & Standards and Plans Review. When the student is enrolled in all five courses, they will receive the Fire Inspector I Review Course for Free.  Get $50 off when you buy this series.  This series requires the latest edition of textbooks.  We still offer courses that use the older edition textbooks, just let us know.