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  • Baton Rouge, LA
  • United States
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Baton Rouge
Louisiana State University Fire & Emergency Training Institute
State Training Director
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Professional Qualifications:
MPA, EFO, retired Fire Chief, State Training Director, co-author of "The Right Seat" DVD series, Lead Author "Live Fire Training: Principles and Practice" (NFPA/IAFC/ISFSI)
Topics you provide training for:
Live Fire Training, Company Officer Development Training Program Management, Promotional Testing, Interpersonal Communications,
Areas of expertise:
Training program development, promotional testing, company and chief officer development, training program management
15 years with Sunrise Fire Rescue (career), 14 years with Plantation Fire Dept. concurrent (volunteer) 11 years as Clay County Fire Rescue Chief, 6.5 as Chief of Standards & Training/State Fire Training Director for Florida, currently Louisiana's State Training Director
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The North American Fire Officer Leadership Learning Survey

The North American Fire Officer Leadership Learning Survey

A few years back a consultant asked US Army brass how they learned their leadership skills – and the answers were surprising, and important to those who need to plan the development of new officers and to expand the skills of incumbent officers. Ascend Leadership (the folks that developed The Right Seat DVD series with Fire Engineering) have…


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At 9:59pm on March 17, 2009, Don Huneke said…
Thanks for the info...What I have is all from up north and full paid dept's. I was looking to get a dept with the same size and either part or all Vol..I figured that way there would be less resistance..I am a fan of truck work I think it makes the engines job so much better and I was looking to get the truck out on every run but a one engine job. I want to have the engine pull past the location and have the truck infront to ladder up vertically vent or horizontally vent the structure do the search and open up. We have such great tools here and I want to use them all to make everyones job and life better. Be safe..Thanks again for the tips
At 2:37pm on March 16, 2009, Don Huneke said…
Hello Dave...Hope all is well. Do you have any truck co SOG's that I can refer to ?

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