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  • Oakland, CA
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Lives in:
4545 Tompkins Ave, Oakland, CA 94619
San Jose Fire Department
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Officer Development/succession planning
Labor Management Relations
Professional Qualifications:
M.S. in Emergency Services Admin, CSULB
B.A. Speech Pathology/Audiology, SJSU
A.S. Fire Science Technology, Chabot College
EMT-P since 1995
4th year Executive Fire Officer Program Student
Fire Instructor, SJFD Recruit academy
Topics you provide training for:
Customer Service/Ethics for SJFD Recruit Academy
Areas of expertise:
Student of the Fire Service Industry in pursuit of continuous improvement.
San Jose Fire Department, 1992 promoted through the rank of Captain. Currently supervise an Engine Company.

A. J. Cabral's Blog

Request for help-RE: Command Simulation Training

November 22, 2008

Dear Fire Service Colleague;

I am presently researching command simulation training and command training centers.

I am a Fire Captain with the San Jose, California Fire Department.

I am also a student at the National Fire Academy (NFA) in Emmitsburg, Maryland. The NFA is part of the United States Fire Administration, which is under the Department of Homeland Security.

I am enrolled in the Executive Fire Officer Program,… Continue

Posted on November 22, 2008 at 7:54am

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