This certification-related Fire and Life Safety Education (FLSE) course is the second of three FLSE levels. Using their local data, students will establish the types of problems occurring in their community and then develop a plan to decrease these injuries or losses through a community risk assessment. To make the class more effective, students should bring fire and injury loss statistics from their local areas. Students will develop lesson plans and learning objectives for a Fire and Life safety program to meet the need in their community. Students will also develop appropriate informational materials, objectives, and instructional materials for a specific audience and topic, along with an evaluation component for an educational program. Students will use program needs, past expenditures and personnel costs to create a budget that meets their current budget guidelines. This is a NC Fire and Rescue Commission certification course approved for offering as of July 1, 2017. This course is consistent with the most current Commission guidelines.