High density zoning. Large University. Young growing department that has recently started providing training academies for new hires.
NC FF II, NC EMT Basic, NC Level II Qualified Fire instructor, .
Topics you provide training for:
General Fire, Rescue, and EMS training as an academy instructor, con-ed and single or multicompany drills
Areas of expertise:
Qualified to test NC FF I and II. Expertise in forcible entry, ladders, ventilation-general Truck Company operations
Member of Chapel Hill Fire-Rescue since June of 2000. Lieutenant of a 5-man Quint company. 16 year fire service veteran and perpetual student, I hope to always give as much to the fire service as I have picked up over the years, and to learn or perfect something every shift.
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