QUICK LOOK at classes available:

    LEADERSHIP

    RAPID INTERVENTION

    FIRE GROUND TACTICS

    FIRST AID / CPR

    CPR ONLY

    HEALTHCARE PROVIDER CPR

    FIRE EXTINGUISHER TRAINING


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This is your stop for education and training that fits your needs.  We provide courses for fire service and law enforcement, public or private groups and organizations, and for business / industry. 

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KEYNOTE ADDRESS (CONFERENCES)​

I will customize a keynote address to meet your needs. Keynotes are 30-60 minutes in length.


CLASSROOM PRESENTATION

Topic - LEADERSHIP

Title - Going the Distance on Your Road to Leadership

Presentation length - 2 hours up to 1/2 day   (Length of time can be modified to meet your needs)

Audience - All public service, private business & industry or groups - All People...Leadership is about people.


Brief Description:


This class is about living your life as a leader.  This is accomplished by developing and reinforcing daily habits and setting specific goals that you put into action to strengthen your leadership development.  We will go beyond the usual discussion of character traits that leaders have and map out a course of action that will put you on a road of successful personal and professional growth. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this class offers a plan of action to fit everyone as we identify the high standards of leadership, where your current performance stands, and how to close that gap.  This interactive class will get you to think about yourself from a broad perspective and help you identify where you can start, or strengthen, your leadership development.


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CLASSROOM PRESENTATION
Topic - RAPID INTERVENTION
Title - RIC for REAL; Lessons learned from 400 firefighters
Presentation length - 2 hours up to 1/2 day   (Length of time can be modified to meet your needs)

Audience - Fire Service - All firefighters, officers, incident commanders, and training officers


Brief Description:           


This class is about the detailed lessons learned from realistic, hands-on, rapid intervention training. 400 firefighters were put to the test in stressful training environments that challenged everything they have ever been taught. Firefighters were challenged in their basic skills, officers challenged in critical decision-making, and crews were challenged in their efficiency, choreography, and coordination all under realistic stress. This class provides the best practices on how to increase the possibility of a successful rescue by paying attention to the details in our training approach to RIC.


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CLASSROOM PRESENTATION
Topic - FIREGROUND TACTICS 
Title - First On-Scene; Critical Decisions In Your First 5 Minutes 
Presentation length - 1.5 hours up to 1/2 day or full day   (Length of time can be modified to meet your needs)
Audience - Fire Service - Officers, acting officers, and senior firefighters


Brief Description:


The first unit on scene of a structure fire and the initial actions taken are a strong indicator of how the incident will go.  This class is about the critical decisions you will make in your initial 5 minutes on scene.  As a workshop of tactical decision-making, this interactive class sets the stage for initial fire ground operations at your next fire. Class objectives include:

  • Assessing risk / Determining go-no go
  • Modern fire behavior / Flow path
  • Initial radio reports / The art of sounding calm, cool, & collected
  • Command options and declaring a strategy
  • Tactical considerations based on critical fire ground factors
  • Fire attack options based on your fire attack tools
  • Coordinated Ventilation (Understanding the why and how)


We will also discuss the UL / NIST fire-dynamics research regarding the effects of ventilation on today’s modern fires including flow path and door control.  The fire service is still largely using tactics that were developed many decades ago when fires were consuming true ordinary combustibles. The heat release rate in today’s synthetic fires provide a unique toxic soup that propagates rapidly into unstable conditions that must be addressed appropriately. Civilian survival and firefighter safety depend on the fire service breaking some traditions and updating those tactical considerations.




The following classes are offered to the general public, private businesses and groups in King, Pierce, Snohomish, and Lewis counties of Washington State.  All classes meet the OSHA / WISHA regulations as listed in the Washington Administrative Code (WAC) and exceed the standards found in nationally recognized programs.


CLASSROOM PRESENTATION
Topic - FIRST RESPONDER 
Title - First Aid / CPR 
Presentation length - 6 hours
Audience - Everybody

Minimum fee - $630 (10 person min.)


Description:


This course is for anyone who wants to be able to recognize and start initial treatment for medical and traumatic injuries or illnesses. The class also includes adult, child, and infant CPR and AED as well as blood / disease protection. This is a hands-on class where CPR skills will be performed.



CLASSROOM PRESENTATION
Topic - FIRST RESPONDER 
Title - CPR Only 
Presentation length - 3 hours
Audience - Everybody

Minimum Fee - $330 (10 person min.)


Description:


This course teaches you how to recognize when to call 911 and start CPR on adults, children, and infants. We will cover all aspects of providing high-quality CPR and also include the option of "chest compressions only" resuscitation. Also in this course will be AED and blood / disease protection instruction. This is a hands-on class where CPR skills will be performed.



CLASSROOM PRESENTATION
Topic - FIRST RESPONDER HEALTHCARE 
Title - Healthcare Provider (HCP) CPR 
Presentation length - 3 hours
Audience - This course is intended for participants who provide health care to patients in a wide variety of settings including in-hospital and out-of-hospital.  Healthcare Provider CPR is for certified or non-certified, licensed or non-licensed, healthcare professionals.  The intended audience includes physicians, nurses, paramedics, EMT’s, respiratory therapists, physical and occupational therapists, physician’s assistants, medical or nursing assistants, or other allied health personnel. This course teaches Healthcare Provider CPR (all ages) and AED skills in a team setting.  Included in this class is the proper use of oxygen delivery and bag-mask device during medical emergencies and well as relief of foreign body airway obstruction.  This is a hands-on class where CPR skills will be performed.​
Minimum Fee - $504 (8 person min.)


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CLASSROOM PRESENTATION
Topic - FIRST RESPONDER 
Title - Portable Fire Extinguisher Training 
Presentation length - 2 hours (30 minutes classroom, 1.5 hours live fire extinguishment practice)
Audience - All business. industry, and groups
Minimum Fee - $495 (20 person max.)


Description:


This class meets the OSHA / WISHA requirements for workplace fire extinguisher training as outlined

in "WAC 296-800-30025 Train your employees to use portable fire extinguishers." Students practice using portable fire extinguishers on a live fire training prop after the initial classroom presentation. 

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