Dean Assist.Prof.Lt.Col.eng.

Presented by: Univ.lecturer Major.eng. Alin MOCIOI

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General information; Target groups; Students life coordinates; Curriculums; Scientific research activity; International cooperation; Future.

General Information

 General information Profile of Romania

 Surface: 237,500 sq km (11th -largest in Europe and 79th largest worldwide);  21,623 millions inhabitants;  December 1st is Romania's National Holiday  Time: GMT+2;  Legislative branch: Bicameral Parliament composed of The Senate and The Chamber of Deputies;  Judicial branch: The High Court of Cassation and Justice and The Constitutional Court.

 General information Profile of Romania
Administrative division: • 42 counties &The Capital: • metropolis; • cities; • townships; • villages; Public administration: • Prefects: Prefectures; • Mayors: City Halls; City Councils. Serbia
Ukraine Hungary Moldova

The Danube


 General information National System of Emergency Situations Management
Prime minister
Minister of Interior and Administration Reform National Committee for Emergency Situations
Ministers Ministerial Committees for Emergency Situations

International Organizations

General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations National Operational Center

Prefects Counties Committees for Emergency Situations

Operative Centers Inspectorates for Emergency Situations Operational Centers Operative Centers

Mayors Local Committees for Emergency Situations

 General information Emergency Situations Schools / Training Centers
Minister of Interior and Administration Reform
General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations National Training Center for Emergency Situations Management National Center for Fire Safety and Civil Protection Police Academy “A.I. Cuza”

Police Faculty Faculty of the Archives

Inspectorates for Emergency Situations (Bucharest & 42 counties) Fire-fighters and Civil Protection Subofficers School

Fire Officers Faculty

 General information Brief History of the Fire Officers Faculty

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The Military School of Active Officers of Ministry of Defense; The Active Officers School of Ministry of Interior; Beginning with 1991 we started a new formula for the complementary training in the technical engineering field (four years – day courses); Beginning with 1995 promotion, the graduated officers were being able to obtain a fire-fighters officer license (certificate) and, also an engineer diploma; The curriculums and the syllabuses were upgraded and adapted to the university authorization rules because of the diploma recognition by the Ministry of Education and Research and to maintain the military fire-fighters officer’s skills after graduation.

 General information Mission of the Fire Officers Faculty

The Fire Officers Faculty is an academic military institution within the Police Academy “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” The Fire Officers Faculty assures the training and specialization of fire officers to be professional officers in the National System of Emergencies Situations Management (Ministry of Administration and Interior) Fire Officers Faculty is a superior engineering education institution for long duration (4 years & 2 years Master Degree) with the qualification in “installations for buildings – fire-fighters”

 General information Main Objectives of Fire Officers Faculty

Main objectives to complaining the faculty mission are:  to assure fire-fighters training of young officers;  disaster management training;  to assure military training;  to assure technical-engineering education in installations for constructions specialty;  to organize and to develop the scientific research in fire protection and disaster management field;  taking part to the activity of improving and up-todate officers training from the National Emergencies Management System.

 General information Diplomas given
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Fire Officer license; Engineer Diploma in “installation for constructions – fire-fighters” specialty; Master Diploma.

All presented above diplomas are recognized by the Ministry of the Education and Research and they give to the possessors all rights foreseen by the Romanian legislation.

 General information Organization chart Dean
The Faculty Council & Bureau of the Council

Emergency Situations Training Department

Engineering Department

Students’ Formations




Target Groups

 Target Groups Registration conditions

College graduated (only boys) with Graduation Diploma:
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Minimum conduct mark in college: 8.00/from 10.00; Age – till 25 years old reached until the date of the contest; Minimum height: 1.70 m; Don’t be convicted, sued or member of a party or other political organization. It is necessary to be Romanian citizen.

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Personnel from General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations; Specialists in emergency situations management; Employers from public institutions or private companies.

Students Life Coordinates

 Students life coordinates
 Accommodation for student period;  Regular time-table on Monday to Friday;  Free program in Week-end;  Cultural activities and sports;
Financial advantages Social advantages at graduation Some restrictions


 Curriculums
55 obligatory and optional subjects grouped in:  Scientific basic courses;  Engineering basic courses;  Engineering in installations for constructions courses;  Emergency Situations Management training courses;  Complementary education courses;  Military and Physical training;  Emergency Situations Management practice.

 Curriculums
Didactic activities:  Courses – 36,9 %;  Seminars, designs, applications, training, laboratories – 47,93 %;  Emergency situations management practice in fire brigades – 15,1 %;
Training time:  4 years / 8 semesters & 2 years / 4 semesters Master  128 weeks of didactic activity;  22 weeks of emergency situations management training in fire brigades (40 hours / week);  30 - 32 hours weekly of didactic activity.
Examination – 95 tests

Scientific Research Activity

 Scientific research activity
Types of research:
individually (post-graduate studies, elaboration of didactical papers, scientific monographs, articles and other scientific activities);

team activity: co-operation in elaborating scientific papers with The Studies and Researching Center of General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations;

stipulated by contract: with Ministry of Research and Technologies and also with industrial customers;
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fire specialty consultant for other companies.

International Cooperation

 International cooperation

Changes of professional experience and specialists, teachers and lecturers, students
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 International cooperation

National Superior School for Fire Officers (ENSOSP), France The Main School of Fire Services (SGSP/MSFC) from Warsaw, Poland; Netherlands Institute for Safety (NIBRA) EFSCA since last year 2007


 Fire Officers Faculty – Future
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Maintain our present international relations; Extend internationals relations; Professional competence for interventions at fires, accidents, catastrophes, calamities and for civil protection activities of our graduates; Technical specialist competence in life protection and stuff protection against fire, accidents, catastrophes and calamities; Poly-functional competence to do auxiliary operative missions of our graduates.

 Conclusions
Synthesizing, fire-officers graduates must have: Professional ability typical for professional firefighters (command, fire prevention, firefighting civil protection);  Technical ability like a safety specialist (life protection, environment and public assets protection);  Polly-functional ability to be efficient in connected actions of fire-fighters missions (including civil protection);  Military ability to defense our country in case of wars.

Address: 1A, Aleea Privighetorilor, sector 1, Bucharest, ROMANIA
Code: 014031  Phone: 0040 21/ 317.08.44, 317.55.23  Fax: 0040 21/ 317.08.44, 317.55.17

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