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Company Officer Promotional Case Studies (Brady Fire)by David S. Becker
Synopses & Reviews
Company Officer Promotional Case Studies is written for anyone who wants to be a company officer someday. It is designed to help a firefighter during a promotional process, and help them to begin to think like a company officer about how they would handle the situations presented to them in their daily duties.
The book is also designed to help fire departments that need different case studies for their assessment centers. They are written to allow any department to take and use them in situations they feel are important to evaluate a candidate’s knowledge and skills in dealing with issues, events or incidents.
Preparing candidates for an assessment center process, this resource manual contains seventy case studies on different aspects of the skills needed by a company officer to be successful. It focuses on a variety of company officer level management issues and incidents to assist in evaluation and on-going training in dealing with these events. Case studies examine potential sexual harassment problems, religious beliefs in the fire station, firefighter injuries on duty, fire station rituals, hostile work environments, attendance at ceremonies, domestic violence calls, drugs in the fire station, rookie firefighters, and much more. For candidates preparing to take an assessment center process for company officer, and for use in fire department training programs.
Table of Contents
2. Candidate Approach to Case Studies.
3. Fire Department Approach to Case Studies.
4. Key Points for a Promotional Interview.
5. The Assessment Center Process.
6. Case Studies.
7. Sample Interview Questions: Answering the Tough Questions.
8. Putting It All Together.
9. Examples of Forms.
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