FIRETC-103 - Fire Protection Systems - Mr. Hebert, Adjunct Professor
|Course:||Fire Protection Systems|
|Professor:||Mr. Hebert, Adjunct Professor|
The fire service is a professional organization steep in traditions such as personal pride, honesty and integrity. It has very little tolerance for anyone not striving for the same excellence. Each chapter will have various amounts of learning objectives that will help the student absorb information that normally would be lost.
This course will provide a comprehensive and concise overview of the design and operations of various types of fire protection systems, including fire alarm and detection systems, automatic fire sprinkler systems, special hazard fire protection systems, smoke control and management systems, and security and emergency response systems.
What to Expect in this Course
We will not be meeting face-to-face on campus. You will be responsible for completing discussion boards, sometimes multiple discussion boards per week. If due to extenuating circumstances you miss one of the discussion boards, do not make it a habit. If you miss more than one of these online discussion boards, it will affect your final grade.
If a student doesn’t log into Canvas for more than 5 days in a row, the student may be dropped from class. If there is a reason for not logging into Canvas for this period of time, please notify your instructor. If a student misses more than 4 quizzes, that student may be dropped from the course.
Types of Assessments
Participants will be evaluated based on attendance, participation, and timely completion of a final project.
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
The FIRETC-103 book you’ll be using in Spring is the 2021 edition (3rd edition) of “Fire Protection Systems” by A. Maurice Jones.
(The book has a red cover.) ISBN # is 9781284180138
Available at the College of the Canyons Book Store
Other Relevant Course Information
The Final Project will consist of an individual comprehensive report on an incident of your choice, ie: Any large-scale incident that occurred any time during the past few years. It shall be a typewritten report, using at least a 12pt font, utilizing Times New Roman or Arial. The project shall have a separate title page, a minimum of three to five pages of typewritten material, and a separate bibliography/reference page at the end of the report. The project will be graded on subject matter, grammar, spelling, and originality. There is absolutely no allowance for plagiarism, or cutting and pasting of Internet material. This shall be a college level report, "typed", if needed, email me and I will explain more. Once completed, please email me a copy of the Final Presentation as an attachment to my email address at: email@example.com or attach your Final Project on the Assignments page in the Final Project file.
This course can be accessed on the first day of class via Canvas at https://coc.instructure.com. Log into Canvas using your CanyonsID single sign-on:
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- CanyonsID Password is your COC student email password
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Last updated: 11/22/2022 Sub#: 1508