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The Voice Podcast

Hey gang!

We're in full swing on producing "The Voice" on a weekly basis. Steve Pegram is taking over hosting duties and you can find The Voice on the Fire Engineering homepage. Please feel free to give us feedback on topics that instructors want to know more about. If there is something you'd like us to cover, drop us an email or post here. Also, if you are an instructor who is doing something cool, let us know! You might be featured on the program!

Added by International Society of Fire Service Instructors on May 20, 2008 at 5:55am — No Comments

The Voice is Back!

The ISFSI is pleased to announce that the Voice has returned. The Voice is now a weekly podcast on Fire The first episode features Fire Engineering Editor-in-Chief Bobby Halton and the 2008 George D. Post, Instructor of the Year Winner, Forest Reeder. You can hear the interviews with Bobby and Forest by going to the podcast section of the FE website. Next week's show will feature Rick Lasky from Lewisville, TX and Indiana Instructors Association President Chad Abel.… Continue

Added by International Society of Fire Service Instructors on May 13, 2008 at 6:01am — No Comments

Forest Reeder Wins ISFSI Instructor of the Year Award

Chief Forest Reeder was selected as the ISFSI 2007 George D. Post Instructor of the Year recipient for his 25 years of tireless dedication and hard work in the

field of fire service training. Forest serves as the drillmaster for a website devoted to information sharing

and news relating to firefighter safety and survival. In addition to

this weekly drill feature, Forest is the author and a… Continue

Added by International Society of Fire Service Instructors on March 7, 2008 at 3:08pm — 4 Comments

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