Assessment of Skills. An Overview of the Process By: Lawrence Preston. Objectives At the completion of the session to participant will be able to:. Identify potential biases in assessment Identify strategies to provide consistent, valid assessment
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Assessment of Skills
An Overview of the Process
Illuminate the emergency scene, given fire service electrical equipment and an assignment, so that designated areas are illuminated and all equipment is operated within the manufacturer’s listed safety precautions
Requisite Skills. The ability to operate department power supply and lighting equipment deploy cords and connectors, reset ground-fault interrupter (GFI) devises, and locate lights for best effect.
Lets break into small groups and develop a skill sheet for 5.3.14 and 5.3.14 (B)
6.3.4 – Protect evidence of fire cause and origin, given a flashlight and overhaul tools, so that the evidence is noted and protected from further disturbance until investigators can arrive on the scene.
(B) Requisite Skills – the ability to locate the fire’s origin area, recognize possible causes, and protect the evidence.
7.2.1 – Appraise the department’s human resource demographics, give appropriate community demographic data to determine if the recruitment, selection, and placement of human resources is effective and consistent with law and current best practices.
7.2.1(B) – The ability to communicate orally and in writing, to relate interpersonally, to delegate authority, to analyze issues, and to solve problems.
7.2.4 – Appraise a member-assistance program, given data, to determine if the program, when used, produces the desired results.
7.2.4 (B) – The ability to communicate orally and in writing, to relate interpersonally to members, and to analyze needs and results.