nstructionsAs the new fire and emergency services (FES) administrator, one of your goals is to make sure you reinforce the four pillars of professional development, which are listed below.dynamic training,academic education,relevant experience, andcontinuing education.You want the training program to include the fundamentals of academic education as one of your goals. You are considering a traditional in-service training program and are relying on your personnel to bring their knowledge and experience to the training. However, you realize that this could lack consistency because of the number of stations, different shifts, and personnel so you decide to create a podcast that could be reviewed.Section IIn this section, you will complete the outcomes for the second pillar—academic education. Click here to access the Goal 2 document, which does not have all of the outcomes completed. The outcomes should emphasize academic education being important within all ranks of the organization. Under the “Tactics” column, the first tactic (i.e., “Train 90% of firefighters in the four pillars of professional development in order to fully commit to a high degree of professionalism and competence”) has the outcome listed to represent what is expected for this assignment.Compile and insert specific outcomes for the remaining tasks listed.Section IIIn this section, you will create a short podcast episode. The podcast should address how you are going to implement Goal 2 and how academic education can help FES organizations respond to current or emerging events or trends. You will need a written transcript to address the requirements set forth above.Podcasting can be used as an effective educational tool when communicating with your personnel. Many individuals enjoy listening to their favorite podcasts while commuting to work or even while completing household chores. Podcasting allows FES administrators to broadcast engaging audio content, which firefighters can then listen to at any time and wherever they are.You should review this unit’s lesson and readings regarding effective delivery techniques for podcasts and communicating with firefighters of the Washington Fire Department. While a podcast is shorter and more informal than a lecture, keep in mind that the use of technology must not overshadow the message.Within your podcast, include the items listed below.Include an introduction about yourself and your agency.Provide a description of the importance of the academic educational component of professional development within all ranks of FES using Goal 2 outcomes.Explain why academic education not only provides specific information and knowledge but also expands critical thinking skills for the individual.Include a conclusion that discusses the academic educational component of professional development.Your audio podcast will be a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 5 minutes. You may record your podcast using any tool or software that produces a standard audio file (e.g., mp3 file).You will insert your audio file into a Word document, and you will then add a clear transcript of your podcast, which should be a minimum of two pages in length. The transcript is simply a written version of your audio podcast. You may find it helpful to draft the transcript first and then read it while recording your podcast.