"Congratulations on the new kid!!! Yes, we are teaching two classes this year, Suspended Ceilings and Tricks of the Trade. We leave on Monday and come back next Saturday. Stay safe, and keep in touch."
"Not as involved here either. New kiddo at home and doing more around the stations keeping me busy. You teaching at FDIC again? I am not going this year...shoud have put in for it i guess..
Keep the articles coming and we'lll have to chat…"
Fire Officer I and II
Topics you provide training for:
Tricks of the Trade
Overcoming the Hazards of Suspended Ceilings
Incident Safety Officer
The Precious Faith Temple FIre: Lessons Learned
Les Stephens, a 18-year veteran of the fire service, he is a battalion chief with the Garland (TX) Fire Department. He is a certified master firefighter and an instructor with the Texas Commission on Fire Protection. He has served as his department’s training instructor and is an instructor at Collin County Community College in McKinney, Texas; FDIC; and the Texas A&M University Municipal Fire School. He has an associate’s degree in fire protection from Tarrant County Community College and is currently enrolled in the National Fire Academy’s EFO program.
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