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Hello Folks, I was just wondering if anyone was planning on attending the H.O.T. training this year in Indy. I recently joined the community and have noticed some older posts with lots of questions and advice. I think The HOT session is a great place to start for anyone responsible for training in their departments.

Is anyone planning on attending? If you've been in the past, did you find it helpful?

We've often heard people learn more during the 4 hour session than anytime since using the TIC. Any comments? Agree or disagree?

Hope to see you there JF.

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John,

Great to see you on here! I will be at Indy, but i will not be able to participate in any HOT days.

I took your class in SD many years ago and then a smaller more "personal" class that JC helped out with out here in CA at a live burn down in Dixon.

I agree 100% that the Hands On class that you folks offer is by far one of the best there is. Perhaps that is why every major manufacturer of TICs recommends you guys as a training resource...

Will you be In SD for Firehouse World later this month? If so, drop me a line and we can grab a pint.

Be safe Brother!

Hankins
Thanks for the vote of confidence. The HOT sessions are definetely a great introduction to the challenges TIC's can present with training. I wish we had these venues a long time ago when I was the "new guy".

Eric Hankins said:
John,

Great to see you on here! I will be at Indy, but i will not be able to participate in any HOT days.

I took your class in SD many years ago and then a smaller more "personal" class that JC helped out with out here in CA at a live burn down in Dixon.

I agree 100% that the Hands On class that you folks offer is by far one of the best there is. Perhaps that is why every major manufacturer of TICs recommends you guys as a training resource...

Will you be In SD for Firehouse World later this month? If so, drop me a line and we can grab a pint.

Be safe Brother!

Hankins

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