FIP 260 FJ51 Fire Protection Planning SP15 RWillet -...

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Johnston Community CollegeBusiness, Public Service, and TechnologySyllabusSpring 2015Syllabus Overview:Your college syllabus is your road map to success.You should always keep your syllabus with your class notes AND REFERTO IT OFTEN IN YOUR ONLINE/HYBRID COURSE.Please CAREFULLY review this syllabus.Your syllabus represents abinding agreement between you and your instructor. The instructor reserves the right to change this syllabus,except forthe grading scale and attendance policy, anytime during the course.You will be notified of all changes in writing.Course Information:Course Title:Fire Protection PlanningCourse Number & Section Number: FIP 260 FJ51(Hybrid)Course Dates: Wednesdays 6:00-7:50 pm;March 18, 2015- May 6, 2015Credit Hours/Contact Hours: 3Prerequisite/Co-requisite:NoneDrop Deadline: The last day to drop this course without a grade penalty isApril 15, 2015Faculty Information:Instructor: Mr. Ronnie WilletClass Location: J 1210 / OnlineOffice Hours:By Appointment / Best time to contact:8-5 M-FEmail: [email protected]Phone number:910-391-8093Course Description:This course covers the need for a comprehensive approach to fire protection planning. Topics include the planningprocess, using an advisory committee, establishing goals and objectives, and techniques used to approve and implementa plan. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate a working knowledge of the concepts and principles ofplanning as it relates to fire protection.Course Format:This course will be taught as aHybridcourse, and will meetweekly for 2 hours. Work will be submitted online throughBlackboardandin the classroom. You will be asked to use online elements (i.e., Blackboard assignments) for coursediscussions, quizzes and exams, and to communicate with me and other students.Approximately4-6 hours per weekoutside of the classroomwill be necessary to satisfy the requirements of this course including: reading assigned textmaterial, researching standards, use of online resources, and completing online discussion boards.Type of InstructionHoursWeeksTotalDescriptionCU Face-to Face2816Face-to-face meetings, lecture, discussion, classactivities and group assignmentsCU Online / Hybrid4-6832-48Online independent coursework; Blackboardquizzes, exams, and discussion board assignments.Reading and Writing assignmentsTotal Hours of Instruction6-8848-64Student Learning Outcomes:Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:Version, 20141
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