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We Know How Fire Works, Why Not Our Students?

If recruit schools are measured in months, why are instructor education classes measured in weeks?

Your Social Media Account: Dress for Success

Society relies on social media for up-to-date information. By putting your information out on social media, your residents are getting it straight from the source.

Training: More Than Checking the Box

Assessments of the fire department attitude toward training should be ongoing. Training should be part of the fire department “culture” as well as daily expectations rather than an occasional occurrence.

The Young Volunteer Fire Officer

Some may say that having young volunteer fire officers is a disadvantage; some say that it is an advantage. Whatever the opinion, it is imperative for a young fire officer to understand how to handle the trials and tribulations associated with the position.

Sharing Your TI Knowledge

How can you work more closely with other agencies in your community to share your thermal imaging knowledge for other applications?

Eliminating Negative Narrative in Your Department Through Better Communication Strategy

To move the organization forward, everyone must do their part in tackling communication issues and chip away at stopping the negativity narrative.

Why We Should Know

Being familiar with this transportation machinery and their properties will better prepare you for your high-risk/low-frequency event.

Social Media is a Vehicle

Don’t be afraid to use social media as a vehicle for everything your department has to offer and to think outside the box.

Building a Crew to Work

We can set an expectation and hope it is met, but our standard is what we allow to take place in our skills and training in the firehouse and on the fireground.

Sharpen Your TIC Skills

TIs are only as effective as the end-user’s interpretation or misinterpretation of the image. To an inexperienced eye, the best technology can be useless or possibly fatal.

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