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  1. Bachelor Degree of Fire Officers. Hellenic Fire Officers School. Hellenic Fire Academy.

    The purpose of the Hellenic Fire Officers School is to provide to the Fire Brigade (F.B.) Permanent Officers, suitable educated and trained, in order to cover its needs, produce knowledge and advance research around the firefighting science and technology, and the management of crises and of natural and anthropogenic (technological) disasters, while supporting the operations of the F.B. with the available means and personnel.Students, following graduation shall be capable of the following: Knowledge:- Identity and understand the principles of the firefighting science and technology, and of managing crises and natural and anthropogenic (technological) disasters, while understanding and interpreting the clauses of the relevant current law.         - Identify and understand the principles of the relevant theoretical, positive, and applied sciences. - Discern and specify the numerous subjects and responsibilities of the Fire Brigade and describe practices relevant to firefighting and crisis management.                                  - Identify the parts and the rules of operation of all firefighting means and equipment used by the Fire Brigade.                    - Understand the basic principles of management.                              Skills - Competencies:                                         - Organize and plan issues falling into the competence of firefighting – crisis management.                                                       - Conduct their interrogation duties within the context of the compet ...

    Awarding bodyFIRE SERVICE ACADEMY: a. School of Junior Fire Officers. b. School of Senior Fire Officers. c....

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece
  2. Officers' Degree. Hellenic Police Officer School. Police Academy. Hellenic Police Headquarters.

    The trainees, following their graduation shall be capable of the following: Knowledge:• identify and understand the principles of the Legal Science and interpret the clauses of the Criminal and Procedural Law, and of the entire applicable legislation;        • discern and specify the numerous subjects and responsibilities of the Hellenic Police and describe practices relevant to police methodology;                                 • identify the parts and rules for using the firearms used by the Hellenic Police;                    • understand the basic principles of management.                              Skills - Competencies:                                         • organize and plan issues falling into their police capacity;                                                      • perform their interrogating duties within the context of prosecuting and fighting crime;                • use firearms, as per the applicable legislation;                                                            • respond to crises and manage them according to their duties;                • communicate with the civilian, with the purpose of protecting society;                                       • assign roles and duties to their subordinates;                                       • develop during their work and career a group spirit and the sense of upholding moral values. Through training in the Officers' Academy, the graduates can evaluate the various situations during their service and properly apply the Constitution and th ...

    Awarding bodyHellenic Police Officer School

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece