Fire Engineering Training Community

Where firefighters come to talk training

Carrie Miller w/ Rapid Fire
  • 50, Female
  • College Station, TX
  • United States
Share on Facebook Share

Carrie Miller w/ Rapid Fire's Friends

  • Gary M
  • Scott Michael Padgett
  • Mark Hostetter
  • Danielle Dennis
  • Rob Gilkison
  • Richard Jackson
  • Patti Valero
  • Ignacio Mongillo
  • Tony Mack
  • Keith Badler
  • Todd Pruitt
  • Daniel Williams
  • Brandon Cunningham
  • Rodney Taylor
  • Kenny Burt

Carrie Miller w/ Rapid Fire's Groups

 

Carrie Miller w/ Rapid Fire's Page

Profile Information

Lives in:
College Station TX
Department:
Admin
Agency structure:
other
Top issues in your department:
What Firefighters and EMS workers are studying for promotions.
Professional Qualifications:
Rapid Fire would like to give a special thanks to Lt. Paul Gunnels of the College Station Fire Dept. He first voiced the need for firefighting study resources and continues to work with RF to provide the absolute best firefighter review software.
Topics you provide training for:
EMS/EMT/Firefighter/SAR/Hazmat Training Study Guides
Bio:
Rapid Fire Software
LISTED ON JEMS.COM, FireRESCUE1.COM, FireFightingLinks.com

WE WILL BE ATTENDING THE NORTHWEST FIRE & RESCUE EXPO
EMTs, Firefighters, & Friends!
I would like to introduce you to the best EMS & Firefighter Training product on the market. Rapid-Fire is available in a Student version and a Trainers version. We have been distributing for over 15 years and have about 50 databases available. Our current distributors (see below) and customers are located all over the US and we would like to add you to that list! Here contains some information for you along with a couple of links to our site. Check us out and let us know what you’d like to add to your shelves! To place an order or be come a distributor, contact us directly via 979.695.6463, support@rapidfiresoftware.com, or fax 979.696.0633.
VISTA COMPATIBLE
Whether for entrance or promotional exams, Rapid-Fire has proven to be the number one tool for quick study.
Based on the latest firefighting training manuals, Rapid-Fire is designed by firefighters for firefighters.
With Rapid-Fire study guides you are able to create multiple choice tests, up to 100 questions or chosen randomly from a database of over 1000 questions.
You will be able to select any number of questions, from any chapter, and then choose either test or study guide mode.
Each question is page referenced to its respective manual.
After taking a test, you will be able to select those questions you missed to create a whole new test to improve your knowledge and your test scores.
You can also print out the test or study guide you create.
The test printout is followed by the answer key.
The study guide questions have the correct multiple choice answer marked for your convenience.

Is there a title you'd like to see that we don't have available? Please request it and we'll do our best to make it available.

“Your test bank is one of the best that I have come across.” Jeremy Wilson Lieutenant Little Elm Fire Department
“Thank you so very much, you have no idea how much this helps.” Jon
“I got my test results today. I scored the third highest written score overall and beat the testing company average by 5 points! The product worked....!” Chris
Student Version
• Great preparation for promotional exams
• Tests available with or without visible answers
• Test generated from random questions

Trainer's Version
• Great for instructors conducting training seminars/classes
• All questions available
• Can customize your test to suit classroom needs
• Can add, delete, modify questions
• Can print out tests
• Can be used in a class room setting
Web-based Version
• All available titles
• Available anywhere you can connect to the Internet
• 1,000 to 3,000 questions available for purchase.
A Few of Our Distributors
HELP LLC
Firefighters Bookstore
FSP Books & Videos
Fire Service Books

Carrie
979.695.6463
www.disisit.com
Web site:
http://www.rapidfiresoftware.com

NEW TITLES

JUST RELEASED THIS YEAR

Moore’s Vehicle Rescue and Extrication, 2e
Jones & Bartlett Fire Officer Principles and Practices
Carter’s Firefighting Strategy and Tactics
Kirk's Fire Investigation 6e
IFSTA Fire Inspection & Code Enforcement 7e
Aircraft Rescue And Fire Fighting, 5e


STILL TO COME

Fundamentals of Firefighter Skills 2e Jones and Bartlett – ETA MID AUGUST
Avillo’s Fireground Strategies 2e
Delmar’s Firefighter Strategies and Tactics
Dunn’s Strategy of Firefighting
Structural Firefighting, Strategy & Tactics (NFPA)
Coleman’s Managing Major Fires
IFSTA’s Fire Detection and Suppression Systems
Brady’s Emergency Care 11e
Brady’s First Responder 8e

Comment Wall (6 comments)

You need to be a member of Fire Engineering Training Community to add comments!

Join Fire Engineering Training Community

At 2:17pm on August 4, 2009, Anthony Avillo said…
hey carrie
hope u get the most out of this site
thanks 4 the support
anything u need, u know where 2 find me
be safe
aa
At 10:54pm on April 14, 2009, Brotherhood Instructors, LLC said…
Thanks for the add. Hope all is well. Stay safe!
At 4:54am on March 11, 2009, AFOLABI-ADEAGA,PETER said…
This is a welcome gesture. Will like to share with you any information on fire safety generally, or other info on this issue.
Stay safe,
Peter..
At 4:03pm on March 10, 2009, Brandon Caruso said…
Hey Carrie Thanks for the request. Hope all is well with Rapid Fire!
At 4:36pm on April 17, 2008, Bobby Halton said…
Carrie
I am glad you joined I need to ask you a favor. We are trying something a little different here: To ensure we have the best communication possible, we are asking that you use your full name if you wish to participate. By eliminating anonymous posts we hope to elevate the discussion and maintain a sense of open and honest sharing. The intent is not to exclude anyone but to protect everyone from unwanted and inappropriate postings.
Thanks Bobby
At 10:42pm on April 16, 2008, Frank Ricci said…
Check out and sign up, we could use your input in our Tactical Building Blocks group. We are on the side under featured groups.
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
Be Safe
 
 
 

Policy Page

CONTRIBUTORS NOTE

Our contributors' posts are not vetted by the Fire Engineering technical board, and reflect the views and opinions of the individual authors. Anyone is welcome to participate.

For vetted content, please go to www.fireengineering.com/archives.

Fire Engineering Editor in Chief Bobby Halton
We are excited to have you participate in our discussions and interactive forums. Before you begin posting, please take a moment to read our policy page HERE. -- Bobby Halton

Be Alert for Spam
We actively monitor the community for spam, however some does slip through. Please use common sense and caution when clicking links. If you suspect you've been hit by spam, e-mail peterp@pennwell.com.

FE Podcasts

Friday at 7:30 p.m. EDT

Tailboard Talk

with

Jeff Wallin, Craig Nelson, and Dane Carley

CALL IN AND JOIN THE SHOW

1-877-497-3973 (Toll Free)
or 1-760-454-8852

Check out the schedule of
UPCOMING PODCASTS

© 2019   Created by fireeng.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service