Manning, and lack of cohesive and comprehensive training program. We are a small department with great people stepping up day after day, but we also play catch-up alot without a dedicated training officer to implement, oversee, and provide quality control to a training program. Add miniscule manning numbers and the ability for members to change shifts every six months, and you end up chasing your tail trying to provide realistic, comprehensive training.
Alaska & IFSAC FF-II, Instructor II, ETT
Topics you provide training for:
ARFF, CEVO II, FF-II, FF-I, RIT (occasionally), MOI (occasionally), Calling the Mayday (soon).
Areas of expertise:
ARFF and firefighter basics - laying the groundwork for success, that's where my passion lies.
18 years in the emergency services, and I have loved every minute of it. I love my calling and the people in it inspire me every day. I have never forgot my mentors past and present, and will never stop trying to make sure I repay their efforts through the next generation of firefighters. I have a family that lovingly tolerates me and my crazy schedules and jaunts around the state for teaching, and I am eternally grateful for their support!
The look on their eyes when they got out of the ambulance was priceless!!!! Safety glasses, OB kit in hand, they were ready! I asked the medic if he wanted to deliver and he could barely nod up and down to say yes!! Love it.
We could use your input in our group we have the most members. Tactical Building Blocks & Air Management
This group will focus on aggressive interior firefighting. We will address tactics that increase your chance of not getting jammed up and cover what actions to undertake if you do.We will cover some big issues as well as small tactical tips.
Good to see you on here brother. I added the precessional video to my page if you have not seen it yet. Carol Falcetta made the video. Thanks for the help last night...Was hoping you would have delivered by the time we got there!!!
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