M-410– Facilitative Instruction
April 4 - May 9
The University of Idaho is offering M-410 on the Wildland Fire Learning Portal. This includes interactive self-paced content plus required live online sessions where participants complete exercises and have discussions with experts. There are some scholarships available, email Ryan Arp (firstname.lastname@example.org) to get added to the list of potential scholarships for any of the courses. There is also the opportunity for university credit for each course, with additional work and cost, even if participants have already completed the NWCG course. Email Ryan Arp for more information on obtaining credit for Associates, Bachelor, or Masters degree programs in wildland fire.
M-410– Facilitative Instruction – Virtual – interactive self-paced lessons with live online discussions and presentations and in-person presentations that you set up in your area.
a. Total course hours – 38 hours (with live, online sessions, interactive self-paced lessons, and presentation opportunities)
b. LIVE Dates and times – April 4 to May 9 from 1600 to 1800 Pacific Time on Thursdays
c. Cost – $300 Register here
d. FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY AT NO EXTRA COST – The University of Idaho invites you to participate in an extended version of this course that discusses mentoring. This extended course is part of a groundbreaking research project focused on enhancing mentorship effectiveness. This research aims to explore how training can boost a mentor’s confidence in guiding mentees towards their professional goals. By participating, you contribute to advancing our understanding of mentorship’s impact on recruiting and retaining diverse talent, ultimately reducing turnover rates. No prior mentoring experience is required – we welcome participants from all backgrounds.
i. The added material is an extra 2 weeks, beginning on March 21 and will run through May 9. If you are interested in opting in to the mentoring section, please register for the class and
reach out to Ryan Arp at email@example.com.
e. University of Idaho course – FOR 504 Communication, Mentoring, and Facilitative Instruction in Fire Management