Program Calendar (2017/18)
FIRE-103 - Emergency Scene Traffic Control
|FIRE-103||Emergency Scene Traffic Control||0.5 - credits||* See note:|
|* The course cost has not been determined or the course can only be taken as part of a program.|
This course is designed for emergency service workers who are required to direct traffic at unplanned emergency events, such as crashes, spills, police events or natural disasters that occur on or adjacent to roads. Students learn to assess traffic control needs, plan the traffic control zone, and use equipment appropriate to the situation. Successful completion of this course earns a certificate from the BC Municipal Safety Association.
Delivery Method: On-Campus Blended
Credits: 0.5 | Length: 8 hours | Course Outline for FIRE-103
FIRE-103 Emergency Scene Traffic Control can be found in the following programs: