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Louis N. Molino Sr.
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  • College Station, TX
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What's a good rate of pay for Skills Instructors?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Brad Hoff Dec 14, 2010.

Research for an article
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Louis N. Molino Sr. May 3, 2009.

 

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Brad Hoff replied to Louis N. Molino Sr.'s discussion What's a good rate of pay for Skills Instructors?
"Hey Louis, What do you feel is an acceptable rate to teach at a lower level without being insulted? I think most would say 20 an hour or more for good quality instructors who are just teaching basic skills. Compare that to what might be offered…"
Dec 14, 2010
Todd McKee replied to Louis N. Molino Sr.'s discussion What's a good rate of pay for Skills Instructors?
"Here is my  email toddcmckee@hazmatohio.com..  I can go over pay scales there with you if you would like.  I work at a University and  three academies. Thank you"
Dec 11, 2010
Louis N. Molino Sr. commented on International Society of Fire Service Instructors's group Becoming a Better Instructor!
"What would you consider a reasonable hourly rate for an Skills Instructor for basic firefighter I and II type Skills Sessions? I am looking for an HOURLY rate so shoot me a number if you have an opinion. Louis N. Molino, Sr.,…"
Dec 9, 2010
Louis N. Molino Sr. joined International Society of Fire Service Instructors's group
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Dec 9, 2010
Louis N. Molino Sr. commented on Forest Reeder's group Training Officers Mutual Aid Group
"What would you consider a reasonable hourly rate for an Skills Instructor for basic firefighter I and II type Skills Sessions? I am looking for an HOURLY rate so shoot me a number if you have an opinion. Louis N. Molino, Sr.,…"
Dec 9, 2010
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What's a good rate of pay for Skills Instructors?

What would you consider a reasonable hourly rate for an Skills Instructor for basic firefighter I and II type Skills Sessions? I am looking for an HOURLY rate so shoot me a number if you have an opinion. Louis N. Molino, Sr., CETFF/NREMT-B/FSI/EMSIFreelance Consultant/Trainer/Author/Journalist/Fire Protection ConsultantLNMolino@aol.comSee More
Dec 9, 2010
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Jul 11, 2009
Louis N. Molino Sr. replied to Louis N. Molino Sr.'s discussion Research for an article
"Great stuff as I am seeking real world solutions to these real world problems. Thanks Louis N. Molino, Sr., CET FF/NREMT-B/FSI/EMSI Freelance Consultant/Trainer/Author/Journalist/Fire Protection Consultant LNMolino@aol.com"
May 3, 2009
Jeff Clayton replied to Louis N. Molino Sr.'s discussion Research for an article
"Louis, Thankfully I have never had to treat an injured firefighter with a long bone fracture or spinal compression injury. I have also never cut gear off of an injured firefighter...however, I have cut into a bunker coat for training purposes and…"
May 3, 2009
Louis N. Molino Sr. posted a discussion

Research for an article

In doing some research for an article I'm looking for any anecdotes of a situation where a Firefighter has been seriously injured while wearing standard full "Turn Out Gear" including or not including Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA).I'm specifically interested in situations where the Firefighter has sustained an obvious complex long bone/spinal/C-Spine injury or where he/she has sustained a serious mechanism of injury that would indicate the likelihood of such an injury. A fall from a…See More
May 3, 2009
Louis N. Molino Sr. joined Frank Ricci's group
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Tactical Building Blocks & Air Management

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.See More
Apr 13, 2009
Louis N. Molino Sr. replied to Jonathan Kaye's discussion Application Period Opens April 15th in the group Assistance to Firefighters Grants (AFG) Program
"The one piece of advice I tell all grantees is READ the damn guidance front to back period FIRST. Louis N. Molino, Sr., CET FF/NREMT-B/FSI/EMSI Training Program Manager, Fire & Safety Specials its, Inc. LNMolino@aol.com 979-412-0890 (Cell…"
Apr 13, 2009

Profile Information

Lives in:
College Station, Texas
Department:
LNM ECS / Fire & Safety Specialists, Inc / Industrial Fire World Magizine
Title/rank:
Consultant / Author / Traing Program Manager / Techncial Editor
Years of public service:
27
Agency structure:
other
Top issues in your department:
As a writer and consultant I see similar yet different issues in all sorts for fire and EMS services. I try to write about the how to get them fixed in the real world to these real world problems and such.
Professional Qualifications:
IFSAC Level II Fire Service Instructor, Texas EMS Instructor, Texas (SFFMA and TCFP) Fire Service Instructor - Level II, Certified Environmental Trainer, Texas and NR EMT-Basic, Firefighter II, HAZMAT Technician and Instructor. I-400 qualified Incident Commander.
Topics you provide training for:
General fire and EMS topics as well as HAZMAT and special problem fires such as Ethanol and Class A and B foam for industry. NIMS and ICS at all levels, CPR and first aid.
Areas of expertise:
Weapons of mass destruction, HAZMAT, special problem fires, foam firefighting, NIMS and ICS. Training program development and delivery,
Bio:
Louis N. Molino, Sr. is a twenty-eight year veteran emergency services provider with both fire and EMS experience in urban, suburban and rural environments. He has been published in a number of national Fire and EMS magazines and has also been a Chapter Contributor for a number of major Fire and EMS texts. He has written a textbook on Incident Management for John Wiley and Son’s entitled Emergency Incident Management Systems: Fundamentals and Applications, He is the President of the EMS Association of Texas (EMSAT) he also currently serves as a Member of the Board of Directors of the National Fire Academy Alumni Association for Region VI and is a Member of several other professional associations at all levels. He is currently a Fire and EMS author, consultant and instructor based in College Station, Texas and can be reached at LNMolino@aol.com and welcomes comments on his writing.
Web site:
http://www.fireworld.com

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At 12:59pm on July 3, 2010, DALE G. PEKEL said…
Hello Louis,

Thanks for the invite and comments brother! - I hope the props work as well for you as they have for us.

Keep em' safe in the great State of Texas!
Dale G. Pekel
At 4:59pm on April 6, 2008, John Bierling said…
Hey Lou, Please send your email address, I have some interesting info to send to you. Please email to:
John@IncidentMT.com
At 9:37am on April 2, 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
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