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Training our Future [ Jrs.] Firefighters

Seeing there is a wealth of Knowledge here lets share with these young members of our Community so that they become better Firefighters

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Latest Activity: May 27, 2013

So you want to be a Firefighter

Firefighter Forum, Rescue & EMS Discussion

Juniors and Training/Certification?

Started by Rachel. Last reply by Daniel Peek Sep 4, 2012. 6 Replies

Do Juniors have and/or hold any certification or have any training in your department? Are they certified in First Aid? CPR? If not, should they be? (I realize that most Jrs aren't allowed to have ANY patient contact)Should that(cert.) count as…Continue

Training Ideas

Started by Tom Griswold. Last reply by Al Mozingo May 2, 2011. 2 Replies

I've been recently reinstated as a Captain so that a new recruit could be added to the roster. I forgot a lot of my training ideas and lost the book that I would right them down in. Any ideas?

Tags: recruit, train, new, ideas, training

Juniors in diffrent companies?

Started by Ashley Renee Miller. Last reply by Travis Skinner Apr 11, 2011. 6 Replies

Just curious.....What juniors are allowed to do in diffrent companies?....I've read posts on FFN from juniors and have found that alot of juniors aren't allowed to do much in their companies.....And just curious as to why that is?.....I am not…Continue

2 Way Street - RESPECT

Started by Tom Williams. Last reply by Al Mozingo Mar 2, 2011. 12 Replies

A small reminder that this is something that carries a lot of weight in the fire service and it goes both ways. Firefighter/Jr. Firefighter - Officers Officers - Firefighter/Jr. Firefighter Always remember that once you loose it, it's very hard to…Continue

Firefighter PowerPoint

Started by Al Mozingo. Last reply by Al Mozingo Dec 30, 2010. 4 Replies

 Here is a PowerPoint I showed at a near by school. Al www.firemanager.com …Continue

Firefighter Safety

Started by Al Mozingo. Last reply by Devon Dec 26, 2010. 1 Reply

 Here is an outline of a safety program I presented at several fire academies. Remember: Safety is Number One! We all want to be as safe as possible: It starts when you first become a firefighter and never stops. Al Mozingo  FIREFIGHTER SAFETYAl…Continue

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Comment by Dolph Holmes on January 27, 2011 at 9:45am
Well put Bob! (Pay attention, he has 6 years on me)
Television is a portrayal of things and the line between real and created
has been blurred so much it is hard to tell fact from fiction. Even the recreations (ala Rescue 911) were not quite complete. Bottom line watch
but don't follow unless you know to be true from a few sources.
Comment by Bob Allard on January 26, 2011 at 7:13pm
Dolph has said alot of what you should do, always ask never just do, and the way they do on TV is not real remember it looks real but its not.

There are no stupid questions. You may think you know it all but believe me you don't I have been around the Fire Service since 1971 and I am still learning.

When I got in I had a steel helmet, rubber roll up boots, rubber coat and the Orange rubber gloves. Training was going to my first fire.
Comment by Tabitha on January 26, 2011 at 6:23pm
Thanks for the invite Chief!
Comment by Norman E. Flanders on January 15, 2011 at 8:44am
Chief Tahnks for the invite.
Looking forward to the many topics & discussions.
Hopefully I can share my views/experiences on a few.
Comment by Tony Erickson on January 14, 2011 at 9:56am
thanks for the invite
Comment by Rod Irvine on January 4, 2011 at 7:11am
thanks chief this should be another good place to exchange ideas
Comment by Jennifer Pratt-Raymond on December 28, 2010 at 8:17pm
Hey thanks for the invite Chief!
Comment by Dolph Holmes on December 27, 2010 at 4:16pm
What a fantastic idea Chief! I have been advocating or passing knowledge along to younger members and hope this will be a great way to spread it further. I do want to say a few things to the newbies out there: Listen to us old geezers, we may say something that will save your butt some day.
Don't always do everything we do, ask why we do it and if it makes sense then ask someone else to show you how to do it.
The things that are really stupid should remain in the past, anotherwords do NOT copy bad practices!
Learn from anywhere you can, other depts, training facilities, online and
textbooks.
ASK QUESTIONS! You learn by finding out why things are done a certain way. My dept will not do things the same way as yours and finding out why we do it differently may save you some time on a mutual aid call.

Use this group for generic answers to questions and to get opinions from
young and old alike. It is YOUR group!!
Comment by James Mclennan on December 27, 2010 at 1:16pm
Thanks for the invite Chief. This is a great idea and group. Info and learning is valuable no matter of age or rank.
Comment by Bob Allard on December 27, 2010 at 10:12am
you need the right size so you don't hurt yourself and your crew,the right size from the beginning, don't do any alterations to them
 

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