Safety Codes Officer in the Fire Discipline - Inspector Level I


Inspector Level I
• Law for Fire Safety Codes Officers (offered by the Safety Codes Council)
• Building Construction and Protection Systems (ID #1-BCPS)
• Properties of Materials (ID #1-PMSC)
• Communication Skills (ID #1-CSSC)
• Fire Service Familiarization (ID #1-FSFSC)
• Alberta Codes and Standards (ID #1-ASCSS)
• Inspection Procedures (ID #1-IPSC)
• Inspector Practical Evaluation (ID #1-IPESC)

 

Introduction to the Safety Codes System in Alberta (previously Law for Fire Safety Codes Officers)
ID #1-LFSC This course guides you through the Safety Codes Act and Regulations and explains how the authority, responsibilities and limitations of a safety codes officer are derived from these documents. You’ll examine all the legalities involved with carrying out the tasks of inspection, investigation, and enforcement.

This course offered through the Safety Codes Council.  To register for this course contact the SCC toll-free at 1 888 413 0099.
ID #1-LFSC
This course guides you through the Safety Codes Act and Regulations and explains how the authority, responsibilities and limitations of a safety codes officer are derived from these documents. You’ll examine all the legalities involved with carrying out the tasks of inspection, investigation, and enforcement.

This course offered through the Safety Codes Council.  To register for this course contact the SCC toll-free at 1 888 413 0099.


Building Construction and Protection Systems
ID #1-BCPS Learn the fundamentals of building construction and fire protection systems in this course. It focuses on elements of building construction and fire suppression that manage the impact of fire.

Evaluation: proctored written exam Correspondence, Client-hosted $545 This course is not scheduled. If you are interested in taking it, please contact the Office of the Registrar
toll-free at 1 800 661 6490 ext. 8633.
ID #1-BCPS
Learn the fundamentals of building construction and fire protection systems in this course. It focuses on elements of building construction and fire suppression that manage the impact of fire.

Evaluation: proctored written exam

Alternative delivery method: Correspondence, Client-hosted
Course Cost: $545
Scheduled: This course is not scheduled. If you are interested in taking it, please contact the Office of the Registrar
toll-free at 1 800 661 6490 ext. 8633.
Properties of Materials
ID #1-PMSC This course covers the physical and chemical characteristics that affect or determine the degree of hazard associated with flammable and combustible metals and dusts, and compressed and liquefied gases. Learn the classification of dangerous goods and the regulations governing their storage and handling. Also learn to apply the Alberta Fire Code to the inspection and enforcement tasks required of a safety codes officer.

Evaluation: proctored written exam Correspondence, Client-hosted $545 This course is not scheduled. If you are interested in taking it, please contact the Office of the Registrar
toll-free at 1 800 661 6490 ext. 8633.
ID #1-PMSC
This course covers the physical and chemical characteristics that affect or determine the degree of hazard associated with flammable and combustible metals and dusts, and compressed and liquefied gases. Learn the classification of dangerous goods and the regulations governing their storage and handling. Also learn to apply the Alberta Fire Code to the inspection and enforcement tasks required of a safety codes officer.

Evaluation: proctored written exam

Alternative delivery method: Correspondence, Client-hosted
Course Cost: $545
Scheduled: This course is not scheduled. If you are interested in taking it, please contact the Office of the Registrar
toll-free at 1 800 661 6490 ext. 8633.
Clearly Communicating & Written Communications for the 21st Century
ID #1-CSSC This course covers all the basic communication tasks required of a safety codes officer. Review basic grammar skills, punctuation, word usage, sentence construction and paragraph building. More job-specific skills are covered in letter writing, report writing, public speaking, electronic research and communication, media and public relations, meetings and interview techniques.

This course offered through the Safety Codes Council.  To register for this course contact the SCC too-free at 1888 413 0099.

ID #1-CSSC
This course covers all the basic communication tasks required of a safety codes officer. Review basic grammar skills, punctuation, word usage, sentence construction and paragraph building. More job-specific skills are covered in letter writing, report writing, public speaking, electronic research and communication, media and public relations, meetings and interview techniques.

This course offered through the Safety Codes Council.  To register for this course contact the SCC too-free at 1888 413 0099.



Fire Service Familiarization
ID #1-FSFSC This course is for anyone interested in becoming a safety codes officer in the fire discipline, but who doesn’t have experience or knowledge of the fire service. Learn the basic terminology, equipment, and operating procedures used in the fire service. However, it will not provide you with the competencies of a firefighter.

Evaluation: practical evaluation, proctored written exam $545 This course is not scheduled. If you are interested in taking it, please contact the Office of the Registrar
toll-free at 1 800 661 6490 ext. 8633.
ID #1-FSFSC
This course is for anyone interested in becoming a safety codes officer in the fire discipline, but who doesn’t have experience or knowledge of the fire service. Learn the basic terminology, equipment, and operating procedures used in the fire service. However, it will not provide you with the competencies of a firefighter.

Evaluation: practical evaluation, proctored written exam

Course Cost: $545
Scheduled: This course is not scheduled. If you are interested in taking it, please contact the Office of the Registrar
toll-free at 1 800 661 6490 ext. 8633.
Alberta Codes and Standards
ID #1-ASCSS In this course students learn and apply the Alberta Fire Code, the Alberta Building Code and referenced standards in a complementary and coordinated way.

Evaluation: proctored written exam

Note: Students are required to supply their own copy of the AFC and ABC. ID #1-LFSC Law for Fire Safety Codes Officers, ID #1-BCPS Building Construction and Protection Systems,
ID #1-PMSC Properties of Materials, ID #1-CSSC Communication Skills, and ID #FSFSC Fire Service Familiarization or one year as a firefighter Correspondence, Client-hosted $545 This course is not scheduled. If you are interested in taking it, please contact the Office of the Registrar
toll-free at 1 800 661 6490 ext. 8633.
ID #1-ASCSS
In this course students learn and apply the Alberta Fire Code, the Alberta Building Code and referenced standards in a complementary and coordinated way.

Evaluation: proctored written exam

Note: Students are required to supply their own copy of the AFC and ABC.

Prerequisite: ID #1-LFSC Law for Fire Safety Codes Officers, ID #1-BCPS Building Construction and Protection Systems,
ID #1-PMSC Properties of Materials, ID #1-CSSC Communication Skills, and ID #FSFSC Fire Service Familiarization or one year as a firefighter
Alternative delivery method: Correspondence, Client-hosted
Course Cost: $545
Scheduled: This course is not scheduled. If you are interested in taking it, please contact the Office of the Registrar
toll-free at 1 800 661 6490 ext. 8633.
Inspection Procedures
ID #1-IPSC

In this course learn about the authority and need for an inspection program within your jurisdiction including the requirements for a quality management plan. Examine tank storage of flammable and combustible liquids and the requirements in the Alberta Fire Code for all classes of occupancy, calculate occupant loads and conduct inspections of small or medium size commercial or public occupancies.

Evaluation: proctored written exam

Note: Students are required to supply their own copy of the AFC and ABC.

ID #1-ASCSS Alberta Codes and Standards Correspondence, Client-hosted $545 This course is not scheduled. If you are interested in taking it, please contact the Office of the Registrar
toll-free at 1 800 661 6490 ext. 8633.
ID #1-IPSC

In this course learn about the authority and need for an inspection program within your jurisdiction including the requirements for a quality management plan. Examine tank storage of flammable and combustible liquids and the requirements in the Alberta Fire Code for all classes of occupancy, calculate occupant loads and conduct inspections of small or medium size commercial or public occupancies.

Evaluation: proctored written exam

Note: Students are required to supply their own copy of the AFC and ABC.



Prerequisite: ID #1-ASCSS Alberta Codes and Standards
Alternative delivery method: Correspondence, Client-hosted
Course Cost: $545
Scheduled: This course is not scheduled. If you are interested in taking it, please contact the Office of the Registrar
toll-free at 1 800 661 6490 ext. 8633.
Inspector Practical Evaluation
ID #1-IPESC

This practical evaluation for Fire Inspector Level I examines whether you have learned the inspection process taught in the Fire Inspector Level I courses.

Evaluation: practical evaluation

Safety Codes Officer Inspector Level I courses $545 Jan 30 - Feb 2, 2017
ID #1-IPESC

This practical evaluation for Fire Inspector Level I examines whether you have learned the inspection process taught in the Fire Inspector Level I courses.

Evaluation: practical evaluation



Prerequisite: Safety Codes Officer Inspector Level I courses
Course Cost: $545
Scheduled: Jan 30 - Feb 2, 2017