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FIREFIGHTER MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES
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Lt. Billy Greenwood of FETC Services hosted another great show on Tap the Box that showed  how and where you can find assistance to firefighters for a firefighter specific mental health issues…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Assistant Chief Billy Greenwood Apr 1, 2013.

Recruitment / Retention / Volunteer and POC Retirements and PSOB on Tap the Box

Tap the Box host Billy Greenwood…Continue

Started Dec 16, 2012

Tap the Box with Billy Greenwood and Friends

Please join us on Fire Engineering Blog Talk Radio as Billy Greenwood, host of "Tap the Box" with FETC Services as he introduces Jack Rutledge; IFSI while the two fire service instructors talk about…Continue

Started Oct 5, 2012

Tactical Mastery
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What makes an "elite" firefighter? Well elite firefighters have invested a tremendous amount of time mastering his or her skill set through thousands of hours of training and experiences. Now looking…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Bricault (ret) Oct 10, 2012.

 

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Profile Information

Lives in:
New Hampshire
Department:
FETC Services
Title/rank:
Training Chief
Years of public service:
20
Agency structure:
Combination fire department
Top issues in your department:
Doing more with Less
Professional Qualifications:
1001 - IFSTA Firefighter 3
1003 - IFSTA ARFF Firefighter
1021 - IFSTA Company Officer 2
1041 - Pro-Board Fire Instructor 3
1403 - Live Fire Instructor
FF Safety and Survival - RIT
Hazardous Materials Operations / Decon
Incident Safety Officer
Field Safety Officer
NFFF - Courage to be Safe
Topics you provide training for:
All Hazards Training - Everything
Leadership and Professional Development
Mayday Management for Incident Command
Safety and Survival
Areas of expertise:
Developing Professional Programs

Extreme Leadership
Interior Benchmarking
Thermal Insult Recognition
The Quick Set -120 Second Truck Company Operations
Web site:
http://www.fetcservices.com

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Bully-Type Behaviors - Extreme Leadership FDIC2019

Leading up to FDIC2019 and our Pre-Conference Workshop titled Extreme Leadership – Building High Performance Teams on Tuesday April 9th, 2019, let’s talk about one of the most challenging leadership encounters… that of having to deal with the bully-type individual.





It seems in my travels a lot of good fire departments are slowly being…

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Posted on March 25, 2019 at 8:30pm

Dealing With A “Less Than Desirable” Firehouse Culture - Extreme Leadership

Great leaders know they simply can’t get anything done without people...  And those who do it well know they can get more done by who they know, than what they think they know. So leading up to our pre-conference workshop at the FDIC2019, here is some food for thought on fixing a dysfunctional fire department culture.

As a leader in an organization regardless of the color of your helmet, you must evaluate you and your officers ability to positively engage and influence those in your…

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Posted on March 21, 2019 at 7:00am

Tactical Misery - Are We Training Them For Failure?

One of the biggest challenges for any professional educator is how to stay up to date with the latest ways to engage and motivate fire service students for positive behavioral modification. Most of us understand that one size fits all training, in the fire service doesn’t engage everybody. But, is it bigger than that? Depending on your audience’s intelligence map (which is personality based for each student in the fire service) they can greatly differ in learning styles. For example some…

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Posted on March 6, 2019 at 10:00am

Is Your Department Ready for the Invasion of Gen Z

Whether you are leading them or teaching them, let’s get one thing straight Generation Z are NOT Millennials. They are currently about 1/5th of the workforce and rapidly growing. They were born after 1995, therefore they are under the age of 24. FETC Services has focused a lot of leadership training on understanding Millennials in the firehouse but now it’s…

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Posted on February 15, 2019 at 6:30am

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At 7:48pm on January 19, 2014, Rick Michelson said…

Billy, I think I've got two log ins, so hope I don't confuse myself too! Where's those "Y" kids when you need them ! ( to fix your computers, and figure out what all the buttons are on the phones!)  Rick - Assessment Centers

At 12:26pm on July 17, 2011, Jason Hoevelmann said…

Most of the instructors are local, but they do bring in outside guys too.  They typically pay a set fee and reimburse or pay for travel and lodging.  The winter school is all lecture and it is usually a pretty goo crowd. There is an expo on Friday  and class sessions all day Saturday and the morning of Sunday.  It's a good time. Some outside guys they have had include Dave Dodson, John Mittendorf, Forrest Reeder, Bobby Halton, and many more.  I think it be worth a submission.  

 

Thanks for the add and let me know if you have more questions. I can also give you the email of the coordinator if your interested.

 

Take care,

Jason

At 11:25am on July 17, 2011, Jason Hoevelmann said…

Bill,

  You should consider submitting one of your classes for the Missouri Fire School. They are always looking for new content. Here is the link to submit:  http://www.mufrti.org/conf/fireschool.asp

 

Take care,

Jason

At 12:39pm on May 26, 2011, Bobby Halton said…
Bill,

Sorry I missed your show last Friday I was traveling to Boston and got jammed up by American Airlines. I never did make it to Boston after 12 hours of nonsense and had to return home. I sure would like to visit with you on the radio as I find your opinions and thoughts to be extremely provocative and insightful. I apologize again for missing your show and look forward to joining you on your next show.
Your friend Bobby
At 10:58am on April 4, 2011, Mike France said…
Welcome Bill
At 9:33am on April 4, 2011, Art "Chief Reason" Goodrich said…

Bill:

Welcome to the best of the best.

We have a meeting on Wednesday to discuss schedules and such.

I will let you know more after that, but it looks like I will be moving over here for blog talk as well.

That will give me the total FE package.

Then, I got to break the news to the FirefighterNetcast boys.

 
 
 

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