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KPS Publishes Textbook Specifically Designed for Florida Telecommunicators
On the heels of the curriculum framework created by the Florida Department of Health, Orlando based KPS has published a textbook designed to meet Florida standards and objectives. Written specifically to meet the objectives of the State, this textbook contains almost 400 pages of text, color and black & white photographs, tables and charts. The book is fully referenced and professionally written.
Written by retired assistant chief Ken Kincaid, the book is designed to be used by instructors and students alike. With twenty chapters of information, the text covers everything from call taking to hazardous materials. Each chapter is preceded by a set of objectives which meet or exceed the State requirement for that particular body of knowledge.
Agencies looking to create a curriculum to meet State standards will find it easy based upon the structure of the book. Instructors will find more than enough material to teach from. The text deals with all the required subjects whether it is Stress management or responding to terrorist incidents.
This book was written both to fill the immediate need for training and study material. Whether you are currently a PST in Florida studying for the State test or you are building a training program for compliance to the state regulations, this book will meet your needs and more.
According to KPS, the near future will see PowerPoint for each chapter or lesson and a Leader’s Guide for instruction. KPS is also working on a generic version of the book as well as editions for other states.
The text is currently available for order by phone or by fax using a PO. Check the company website for information about ordering on line using Paypal or credit card: www.kincaidps.com
- Product Profiles /9-1-1magazine.com (via KPS, 6/27/12)