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Department:
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Title/rank:
Professor
Years of public service:
34
Agency structure:
other
Professional Qualifications:
M.S. in Fire Protection Management, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Qualified instructor for ICS 100 to 400
Level 2 instructor in New Jersey
Fire Official / Fire Inspector in New jersey
Topics you provide training for:
Incident Command, Instructor training, Basic firemanship, Strategy & Tactics
Areas of expertise:
Instructional Techniques, Incident Command, Strategy & Tactics
Bio:
Member of Oakland Volunteer Fire department for 16 years, Fire Instructor and Senior Fire Instructor at Bergen County Fire Academy for 7 years, Director of Middlesex County Fire Academy for four years, member of New jersey Fire Commission's Training and Education Advisory Council for 17 years. Member of fire science faculty at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Passaic County Community College and Warren County Community College.

B.S. in Fire Service Administration from Empire State College / SUNY, M.S. in Fire Protection Management from John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New Jersey Certified Fire Instructor Level 2, New Jersey certified Instructor for ICS 100 to 400, Certified Fire Official / Fire Inspector.
Web site:
http://web.jjay.cuny.edu/~tflan/index.htm

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At 2:46pm on June 13, 2008, Steve Gooley said…
Tim, I have been trying to find night time and weekend offerings of the required Level 1 instructor classes, (General Safety, Live Burn Safety, SCBA/Smokehouse Safety, Instructional Techniques for Company Officers), Fire Fighter Survival, Truck Company Ops., Mid-Rise Fire Tactics, Calling and Responding to May Days, Communications, Rope Rescue and various other classes.
At 9:26pm on June 12, 2008, Steve Gooley said…
Welcome to the New Jersey Group. Make sure you invite your fellow New Jersey Brothers. This is your group so feel free to pass on some knowledge, start or join any discussion, or if you’re looking for a place to vent, vent away,
At 10:43am on April 30, 2008, Steve Gooley said…
Hello from station 94.
At 9:33am on March 24, 2008, Julie Simmons said…
Hi Tim,

Be sure to join our group for Fire Engineering's Handbook for Firefighter I and II.
At 3:02pm on March 19, 2008, Frank Ricci said…
Tim we could use your input in our Tactical Building Blocks group. We are on page 2 of 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
 
 
 

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