H B O'Leary

Photo of H B O'Leary Department FIRE SCI TEC 
 Office Batmale Hall 213
 Phone (415) 452-7181
 Mailbox LB1
 E-Mail boleary@ccsf.edu
 Spring 2014 
 Office Hours
Spring 2014 Teaching Schedule
F SC 105D Fire Training Work Experience 2.0
PREREQ.: F SC 50 Repeat: F SC 105 A, B, C, D, and E combined, maximum credit: 7 units
31437 001 Con HOURS ARR BATL U222 Deadlines Book WAIT LIST
Required meetings are: Tuesday: 1/7/14, Thursday: 3/20/14 & 5/15/14 from 1-3 pm in BATL 222 (orientation, resume writing, and collection of paperwork. For further details fot to: www.ccsf.edu/firework.
F SC 111 Firefighter One Academy 11.0
PREREQ.: F SC 50, F SC 115 and HLTH 17/ F SC 17, PE 29 and clearance from licensed physician COREQ.: F SC 105A or 105B ADVISE: PE 50C; and F SC 52A or 53 or 55 or 57 or 61A or 64
32663 601 L/L SAT 01:00-05:50PM SF Airport  Deadlines Final Book SAT 08:00-11:50AM SF Airport  T R 06:00-09:50PM SF Airport
There will be a MANDATORY pre-academy required meeting on Monday: 1/13/14 from 6-9pm at the Airport Campus Room 8. Students enrolled in F SC 111 or attempting to add F SC 111 MUST be present for this meeting. F SC 105B-001 required enrollment, add stickers will be issued with F SC 111 first night of fire academy. PE 29 is enforced as a pre-requisite. Saturday sessions will meet on additional dates.

BA Geography. University of California, Berkeley
AA Fire Science. City College of San Francisco

Mr. Brendan O'Leary has been an instructor at CCSF since 1995 and he was a member of the San Francisco Fire Department for 31 1/2 years. He was assigned to the Bureau of Fire Investigation for 15 years and was also a supervising Captain with the Bureau of Fire Prevention. He retired as the Assistant Deputy Chief of Homeland Security and was a former director of San Francisco Firefighters Local 798.

Mr. O'Leary is a certified Investigator with the State Fire Marshal's Office and with the Institute of Criminal Investigation (POST). He has completed the Fire/Arson Investigation program at the National Fire Academy in Maryland. He assisted with the development of the POST Telecourse for first responding police officers regarding arson and explosives incidents.

Mr. O'Leary was also a member of the State Fire Marshal Curriculum Development team that revised the Investigation 1 B (Techniques of Fire Investigation) course.

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