The International Society of Fire Service Instructors in association with the Connecticut Fire Academy and the Long Hill Fire Department in Trumbull are presenting an 8 hour Principles of Modern Fire Attack: SLICE-RS class on Saturday, January 23, 2016 and a 4 hour train the trainer on Sunday, January 24, 2016. The Principles of Modern Fire Attack class was very well received and attended at the 2015 June Fire School. Attendees of the June Fire School 2015 class can apply for the Train the Trainer presentation.
Principles of Modern Fire Attack: SLICE-RS 8-hour Course
This class will provide a firsthand look at the UL/NIST Modern Fire Behavior/Dynamics studies and serve to educate students how they can be delivered and instituted in their fire departments. It is the hope of ISFSI that by compiling the best lessons learned from the fire dynamics research, fire departments will be able to adjust their policies, tactics and training to create a safer environment for the fire service as well as the people we serve in our communities.
This information has been known to be controversial to some, so be prepared for great discussions. You don’t have to look far for good discussion regarding fire command, control, accountability and especially fire behavior. The shared science, research and best practices are another tool for your toolbox! Go home to your department with a renewed outlook and with a healthy knowledge of the Principles of Modern Fire Attack: SLICE-RS.
Principles of Modern Fire Attack: SLICE-RS 4-hour Train the Trainer Course
This class compiles the best lessons learned from the fire dynamics research and will provide fire instructors the necessary resources they need to adjust department policies, tactics and training to create a safer environment for their departments and communities. Students must participate in the 8-hour course before being accepted into the train the trainer course, in addition to being an Instructor I.
Advanced Registration is required: www.isfsi.org
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