Standardizing the training for members by training everyone in the department to successfully complete Firefighter I & II training program including, national certification testing.
Developing a driving course to ensure that each driver / operator candidate has comprehensive knowledge of the responsibilities of driving an engine, delivering continued water flow at the proper pressure in order to attain the desired flow of water, and a thorough knowledge of standard operating procedures for engine company operations.
Creating our own Fire Academy for our fire recruits.
Nationally Certified Firefighter I & II
Nationally Certified Fire Officer I & II
Nationally Certified Fire Instructor I &II
Nationally Certified Fire Investigator
Garduate of the US Fire Academy Training Program Management course
New York State Certified Fire Officer
New York State Fire Instructor
Westchester County Fire Instructor
New York State Ceritifed Fire Investigator
New York State Certified Code Enforcement Official
Topics you provide training for:
Firefighter I & II, Fire Officer I & II, FAST, Survival, Accident Victim Extrication Training (AVET), Emergency Vehicle Operation Course (EVOC), Apparatus Operator- Pump Operations, Water Supply Operations, Pumper Service Testing, Truck Company Operations, Fire Behavior and Arson Awareness (FBAA), HazMat-Awareness and Operations, Incident Safety Officer, Live Fire Training Evolutions, Conducting Live Fire Evolutions, Weapons of Mass Destruction Awareness, Confined Space Awareness, Structural Collapse,Building Construction, Strategy and Tactics
Introduction to Fire Officer
Fire Officer I
I have been a member of the fire department for 23 years. Currently, I hold the position of Fire Lieutenant in Charge of the Training Division. Also, I am attending the University of New Haven where I am working on completing a dual Bachelor's degree in Fire Administration and Fire Investigation.
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