The Coral Springs Regional Institute of Public Safety is proud to offer these classes in conjunction with Broward County Board of Rules and Appeals (BORA). This partnership will provide additional classes for all current certified inspectors to enhance their education. If you are an approved BORA Inspector they can sponsor you to attend the class. Your class tuition and books will be covered. Please follow the directions to register. You must register for each class individually.
BROWARD COUNTY – BOARD of RULES & APPEALS
ONE NORTH UNIVERSITY DRIVE, SUITE 3500‐B, PLANTATION, FLORIDA 33324
PHONE (954) 765‐4500 FAX: (954) 765‐4504
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IF YOU ARE NOT A MEMBER OF BORA
You can still register for the class and pay the tuition (books are not included).
Please note BORA members will have preference as space is limited.
Please choose the class or classes you would like to attend. Please note space is limited so ensure you are registering for the class needed and that you can attend all dates listed. Failure to show up can cause you to be removed from additional classes. Once the registration period is closed or the classes are full no additional applications will be taken. All candidates will be required to upload the following documents to complete the application:
- VALID DRIVERS LICENSE
- BORA CERTIFICATION CARD
- ANY PREREQUISITE DOCUMENTS
- ie. Protection Systems I is required for Protection System II
INSPECTOR II CLASSES
Fire Chemistry – FFP 2111
JULY 27, AUGUST 3, 10 & 17
This course is designed to show the arson investigator the different forms of matter and energy, common substances, and how they relate to fires. the chemical formulas of flammable and combustible substances, their bonding and separations, as well as the different chemical reactions related to fire and oxidation are covered. Particular emphasis is placed on the specific substances used by arsonists to ignite and accelerate burnings.
Fire Protection Systems II – FFP 2541
JULY 30, 31 Aug 1 & 2
This course is an in-depth discussion of pre-engineered and portable systems, extinguishing agents, inspection procedures for code compliance and enforcement and alarm systems.
Investigation: Origin & Cause – FFP 2610
AUGUST 20 –24
The curriculum in this course is designed to enhance the fire investigator’s ability to detect and determine the origin and cause of a fire. Specific topics include fire behavior review, investigator ethics, construction ignition sources, reading fire patterns and scene re-construction. Special topics on electrical fire investigation, woodland fires, vehicle fires, mobile home fires, and cell phone devices will be covered. Special emphasis on fire scene documentation and extinguisher/alert systems will be stressed.