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3780 Analytical Approaches to Public Fire Protection

3780 Analytical Approaches to Public Fire Protection

48 Hour E-Learning (Online)
3780 Analytical Approaches satisfies part of the Florida Fire College pre-certification requirement for Fire Officer 3.
Required textbook (Not Included):
ISBN: 978-0-321-65279-9
Using and Understanding Mathematics: A Quantitative Approach to Reasoning, 5th ed., Addison Wesley Longman
Fire Data Analysis Handbook (Free online access)

This course has been approved by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training at the Florida State Fire College.


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Ricky Rescue Training Academy’s “3780 Analytical Approaches to Public Fire Protection” is one of five required courses for Florida Fire Officer 3 pre-certification. The other required courses are:

  • PD-4023 I-400 – Advanced ICS for Command & General Staff
  • FFP2770, BFST2770, ATPC2770 – Ethical and Legal Issues for Fire Service
  • FFP9516, BFST9516, ATPC9516 – Chief Officer (60 Hours)
  • RN4807 – Courage to be Safe
  • FFP9641, BFST9641, ATPC9641 – Analytical Approaches to Public Fire Protection (45 hours)

Completion of this course will ensure you meet the Job Performance Requirements required by NFPA 1021 Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualifications (2014) and NFPA 1037 Professional Qualifications for Fire Marshal (2012). It is a 48-hour, open enrollment, and self-paced eLearning course.

The online course 3780 Analytical Approaches to Public Fire Protection is designed to familiarize you with a variety of quantitative and analytical tools, techniques, and processes that can be used to collect, evaluate, and analyze data. By gaining a thorough understanding of these tools and their use in fire and emergency services, you will become ideally suited to make well-informed, rational, and effective decisions regarding public fire safety policies and procedures for your community and your organization.

Upon successful completion of the 9641 Analytical Approaches to Public Fire Protection Course, students will be able to:

  • Think analytically and apply this to rational and effective decision-making
  • Develop successful strategic plans
  • Effectively present and interpret data
  • Thoroughly understand effective data management systems, including collection, storage, and maintenance.
  • Understand risk analysis and development, evaluation of risk management solutions, and implementation of risk management solutions, both within the organization and for the community at large
  • Utilize all available analytical tools when planning potential fire station locations.
  • Be aware of and fully comprehend the ethical and legal responsibilities of your role as Fire Officer 3
  • Identify unexpected challenges that may have a negative impact on your organization.
  • Design and disseminate fire safety awareness information and materials in the community through safety campaigns and education.
  • Clearly understand fiscal processes, such as the use of cost-benefit analysis to validate necessary budgetary requirements.
  • Familiarize yourself with budget development.


Required textbook (Not Included)

Using and Understanding Mathematics: A Quantitative Reasoning Approach, 5th ed., Addison Wesley Longman Publishing

ISBN: 978-0-321-65279-9


When completing an online or blended class through Ricky Rescue Training Academy, you will be held completely responsible for your own achievements. You must ensure that you work consistently and diligently to complete the coursework and related requirements in order to move forward. These open enrollment courses allow you to pace yourself, but will require sufficient self-discipline to keep up to date with the workload. Therefore, it is your responsibility to set aside the time required to complete the various units of these courses.