Hello eveybody,This is really for Juniors/Explorer or Junior/Explorer advisers from outside of the United States. I've recently come interested with other countries Junior/Explorer programs. I have a…Continue
" Obviously, you are going to be one of those people who looks down upon, younger people in the fire service. Sometimes, I wish there would be more supporters, but us junior are just gonna have to roll with the…"
"In the UK they don't have Junior/Explorer fire fighters as such but there are several schemes, set up by local authorities or County Fire & Rescue Services (All fire services are at least County wide, there are no small Volunteer FDs as you…"
"Ok so I'm in NY company and the company I am in takes kids in as junior members at 16 years old. They are issued a pager and hand me down turn out gear, they are given a probie tag a junior tag and an extrior tag. Our juniors can take any class…"
"I have been in the fire service since the 70s and have seen or heard many things about juniors in our dept, the county and the state where I live. A lot of them started at 16 and were regular firefighters at 18 in my…"
Hello eveybody,This is really for Juniors/Explorer or Junior/Explorer advisers from outside of the United States. I've recently come interested with other countries Junior/Explorer programs. I have a couple of questions for you guys. - What are your age limits? (Kinda bland but wondering)- What can your Juniors/Explorer do on calls or are they allowed on calls? - What does your department issue them? Thank You For Any Responses Brandon BrichettoSee More
"My name is Brandon Brichetto, I am 16 years old and have been in my local junior program for less then a year. I have no family who have been in any public safety jobs. About two years ago, I was at a summer camp and we did a 3 day hike Up 2…"
"I think, that 16 is a fine age for someone to become a EMT because you really have to grow up to start to decided to do those type of things. Since you decided to become a certified EMT then you should be on a lower level as other EMT's because…"
"We all allowed to respond to calls only in the Fire Trucks we have at the station. Once we arrive on scene we report to the driver and we can grab different equipment off the truck and we pretty much listen to whoever on scene in what we can do."