Anthony L. Avillo
Fire Engineering's Study Guide for Firefighter I & II - 2013 UpdateFire Engineering
Fire Engineering's Study Guide for Firefighter I & II - 2013 Update
By Chief Anthony Avillo and Lt. James Kirsch
In the fire service, information is critical to firefighter safety and efficiency.
Fire Engineering's Study Guide for Firefighter I & II will provide the student with a comprehensive review of the material presented in each chapter of Fire Engineering's Handbook, providing a further check on how well the student absorbed the material.
The Study Guide's multiple-choice questions provide both direct knowledge and situational application of the material.
It is suggested that the student complete the Study Guide chapter-by-chapter, both before reading the Handbook as a pre-test and after reading the Handbook as an informational comprehension check.
Used properly, Fire Engineering's Study Guide will reinforce the information learned and enhance the effectiveness of the educational package.
- Multiple-choice, short-answer, and true-or-false questions for each chapter of the Handbook
- Answers at the end of each chapter
- Corresponding page numbers to each answer in the Handbook
- Number of Pages:
Awesome book to help with classroom exams! Highly recommend if you’re in a fire academy or college, and you’re using the Fire engineering textbook(2013 Updated Version)! Still need to study the textbook, but this will help you prepare for exams!