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Bryan Aube
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Third World Training Group

Is there a group of volunteer instructors that go over to third world nations and train firefighters and EMS?

Started Nov 18, 2011

Continuing Ed for the Fire Service
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It is not required yet in our state but our training officers are trying to implement CE hours for the firefighters similar to the system the State of NH uses for its EMS licenses. I was looking for…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Todd "Walt" Walton Jan 31, 2010.

Lifting Morale
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I have been a member of my department for just over four years now and during this time we have gone from a full volunteer to a Combination department. Ever since the switch about 3 years ago morale…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Bricault (ret) Jan 11, 2010.


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Farmington Fire/Rescue
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Combination fire department
Top issues in your department:
Attendance to training, training officer out of date for training topics and Morale between members.
Professional Qualifications:
NH FF1 & 2 HazMAt operations, Forestry, ICS 100 &200, NIMS, Driver Op, Arson Investigation for the First Responder, Calling the Mayday/Firefighter safety and survival and numerous local electrical/propane emergency classess.
Topics you provide training for:
Driver Operator, SCBA, Overhaul, Exterior Attack practices, MVA rescue and operations and General Department operation.
Areas of expertise:
MVA Extrication and general rescue. Driver Operator.

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