This two-day program will provide leaders with scripts and tactics for handling a comprehensive array of employee relations issues. With these tools,
>> Register Here << This command level course provides the student with the incident management terminology and methodology that is employed during a fire fighter emergency. Data from Project Mayday is used along with local case studies to illustrate how to best avoid and be prepared to effectively respond to a mayday. Simulations allow students to participate in incident command positions during a fire fighter emergency.
>REGISTER HERE<< FULLY INVOLVED is geared toward fire service professionals who wish to expand their abilities in leadership. This presentation is aimed at
>>REGISTER HERE<< The fire service mission has been and always will be centered on life. Creating an environment where victim focused tactics thrive and a fire company is empowered to change the nature of a scene is imperative. Leaders are needed at all levels, gaining understanding of behaviors which are effective and ineffective will assist anyone looking to shape the mission. Objectives for this class include Enhance awareness to the nature of the Fire Service mission Create an environment for students to discover the moral influences which affect tactical outcomes Learn behaviors that lead to combat effective outcomes There will be interactive learning modules to accomplish these objectives, bring a pen, pad, and your voice to shape this event for the common good.
>> REGISTER HERE << Spend four days in one of the most engaging supervisor development courses you can find. Leave with knowledge and tools that you can apply to your leading environment your very next tour. In May, begin by discussing how your DISC personality assessment impacts your ability to communicate and how
>>Register Here<< This command level course provides the student with the incident management terminology and methodology that is employed during a fire fighter emergency. Data from Project Mayday is used along with local case studies to illustrate how to best avoid and be prepared to effectively respond to a mayday. Simulations allow students to participate in incident command positions during a fire fighter emergency.
>> Register Here << Many say they are the keys to the city, but this is only if you understand how to maximize the designed mechanical advantage, leverage and force of these tools. Once you do, you can problem solve and work through many common fireground forcible entry challenges and know when and how to change things up and think or work outside the box to get the job done. This class is all about Irons work and it’s so much more than access, it’s addressing the main paths of egress! Upon completion of this course Firefighters will be able to dress and set up their tools for success, perform a rapid size up to identify and defeat multiple forcible entry challenges, perform initial interior size up, account for door control, effectively use commands to enhance communication, develop good striking techniques, and perform the appropriate standardized techniques while working alone or as part of a team. Seconds do count, we will be able to mask up quickly, make the force and make the grab, NOT EXCUSES! Multiple instructors will cover our mission and why we must occupy the interior space FOR THEM!
>> Register Here << Beyond the door is not just speaking about physically searching beyond the door but thinking outside the check box that has consumed most VES training. We will use experience, statistics and tempo to occupy the spaces where victims are most likely to be found and put THEM first! We will put you in real world scenario’s, environments and layouts that will reinforce your current VES skills and when, why, or how to move beyond the standard check box VES training. Some situations include: what to do if there is no door to control, can multiple FF's perform VES, do conditions allow us to continue the search beyond the door, how to deal with access / egress problems, victim removal issues, victims presenting at windows and much more.
>> Register Here << We will be performing forcible entry work and making GRABS under live fire, heat and smoke conditions. This class is about Refining your forcible entry and search skills and putting them to the test, buying back time and putting THEM first! We MUST: Mask Up Quickly, NO EXCUSES! Make the Force, NOT EXCUSES! Make the GRAB, NOT EXCUSES!