Indiana FF I/I
Fire Officer I/II
Instructor I & II/II
Fire Investigator I
Topics you provide training for:
Firefighter I/II classes
Safety/Survival & RIT
Areas of expertise:
I'm 25 years old, I started out in the fire service as an explorer with the Fort Wayne Fire Department Explorer Program. When I got to my senior year of high school I was involved in a Co-op program in high school called I.C.E. which got me started with my local Fire Department a few days a week, with a set curriculum. After graduation I joined the department, began actively seeking classes, and obtained my Basic EMT. In may of 2006 I became a full time firefighter with my local department. I have met numerous people who have helped to encourage me in the fire service and I strive to pass that on as much as possible. My Dad and Grandpa were both volunteer firefighters and that is what drove me to this awesome profession. I look up to my Grandpa everyday...and hope I can be as knowledgeable as him someday. My brother is also an active firefighter which makes us the best and worst friends at times...but I wouldn't change that a bit.
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