Fire Safety in Communities Introduction and Leadership Course Coming to Klawock - P.O.W. Report

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Fire Safety in Communities Introduction and Leadership Course Coming to Klawock

State of Alaska-Division of Fire and Life Safety is providing this course free of charge to any interested persons on Prince of Wales Island!

J-1712 NFA Wildland Urban Interface- Fire-Adapted Communities
Introduction and Leadership, Course 1

Dates: April 8 – 9, 2017
Location: Prince of Wales Vocational and Technical Building
6565 Boundary Road
Klawock, Alaska 99925

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This two-day course introduces students to the national wildland urban interface (WUI) fire problem and motivates them to initiate action to address the problem within their local community. This course defines the WUI fire problem, identifies the elements of a fire- adapted community in the WUI, and illustrates the need for action at the local level.

TARGET AUDIENCE: Fire and emergency service representatives, community leaders/decision-makers, commissioners, elected officials, and other local policymakers, code officials: building, planning, etc., environmental groups, land managers and foresters, other key local stakeholders.

Course materials will be provided to registered students at the beginning of class. 100% attendance and participation is required. The student or his/her sponsoring agency is responsible for all costs for transportation, food and lodging.

Please contact Rob for any questions and to reserve your spot!

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