Professional Qualifications of Members
M.S. Public Safety Administration
IL Fire Officer III
Topics you provide training for:
Training Program Development
Areas of expertise:
Instructor/Training Officer Issues
Company Officer Development
Forest Reeder began his fire service career in 1979. He currently serves as Battalion Chief / Director of Training & Safety with the Pleasantview Fire Protection District and is the Director of Training for Southwest United Fire Districts. In these capacities, he is responsible for the design, implementation and coordination of in-service training activities as well as a full-service fire training academy program.
Forest is the author of the Weekly Fire Drills feature at www.firefighterclosecalls.com and a weekly contributor to Fire Engineering Magazines on-line drill feature both designed to assist fire departments in training their members.
Forest holds numerous Illinois fire service certifications and has an Associates of Applied Science Degree in Fire Science Technology, a Bachelors Degree in Fire Department Administration and a Masters Degree in Public Safety Administration from Lewis University
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