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Lack of Motivation in the Fire Service Training

So often we hear about this word “MOTIVATION” in the fire service.  It is preached to us at the Academy or our local Fire 1 and 2 classes day in and day out.  Once we graduate and get to the job or back at our volunteer departments, it’s gone, where did it go?  Where are all the hardnosed instructors and mentors screaming those encouraging words or phrases at us? Has it been lost in the transition, or over time as we grow in our departments?  First, we need to discover what this “WORD” means. …See More
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Lives in:
Fulton, Missouri
Department:
Fulton Fire Department
Title/rank:
FFE/EMT
Years of public service:
11
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
We are a small city department with 24 personnel on our roster. We deal with limited manpower and have a great partnership with our surrounding county Volunteer Departments in which we have auto aid and mutual aid agreements. We are slowly progressing in our training and development areas as well as promotional process.
Professional Qualifications:
Fire Service Instructor I, FF 1& 2, Hazmat Awareness & Ops, Driver Operator, EMT
Topics you provide training for:
Motivation in Training
Bio:
I am starting my 11th year in the fire service and 6th year as an EMT. I got my start as a volunteer with the Montgomery Fire Protection District, and currently their Training Officer. I am now a career Firefighter Engineer with the City of Fulton Fire Department. I have been an Instructor for 7 years and assist with certifications for our Firefighters to obtain their Hazmat Awareness, Operations, and Fire 1 & 2. I also assist with the Montgomery County Fire Alliance training as well as give a class I designed titled “Motivation in Training, Getting it Back to our Department”. I like to be involved in our community and several fundraising campaigns through our IAFF Local 2945, and currently the Secretary / Treasurer of that local. I instruct an impact class at one of the State of Missouri’s Prison treatment facilities as a community partner. I am the Vice President of the Lake Area FOOLS chapter and enjoy doing a lot of outside training. I have received the honor of being named Firefighter of the Year in 2016 by our Local 2945, Fulton Professional Firefighters. I also received a service award from Montgomery Fire Protection District for serving them as Firefighter, Chief Engineer, and finally as Assistant Chief. I have presented my class across the state of Missouri and Illinois to numerous Departments both career and volunteer. I have also presented it at Missouri Winter Fire School, Iowa State Fire School, Iowa Fire Chiefs conference, and Wichita H.O.T. My goal is to keep on learning every day and be a student of the trade, every day is a day to become better. Through my teaching and continued education, I hope to help change the way we look at training and how to become more motivated to be there and train.

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Lack of Motivation in the Fire Service Training

So often we hear about this word “MOTIVATION” in the fire service.  It is preached to us at the Academy or our local Fire 1 and 2 classes day in and day out.  Once we graduate and get to the job or back at our volunteer departments, it’s gone, where did it go?  Where are all the hardnosed instructors and mentors screaming those encouraging words or phrases at us? Has it been lost in the transition, or over time as we grow in our departments?  First, we need to…

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Posted on August 8, 2017 at 10:10am

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