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FireRescue1 Academy's training courses feature actual case studies and fast-paced, high-energy videos. The courses are accompanied by interactive training for first responders, EMTs, paramedics and firefighters. FireRescue1 Academy is the only education company to partner with the IAFF for EMS continuing education.
It’s also the home of the popular Medic Monthly training series. Medic Monthly is the highest-energy and most engaging online continuing education series for first responders, EMTs, and paramedics.
Rookies aren’t servants: Go train them
It’s our responsibility to mold and train new firefighters in every aspect of the job, because failure to perform has dire consequences
Training Tip: Use Google Docs for firefighter training
Use Dropbox, Box and Google Drive to improve collaboration and efficiency with training documents and student handouts
Situational awareness must be taught and practiced
Live action training and incident debriefings are key to empowering firefighters to be active participants and contributors to a safe emergency response
How to meet fire rescue training requirements and decrease risk with online learning
Online learning is cost-effective, accessible, and it can help reduce risk and liability in your department.
Driver Safety Training: Improve response, lower risks (eBook)
Research shows without continued training and reinforcement, drivers drift back into bad habits without effective management
How to avoid the most common active shooter training mistakes
Great active shooter incident training takes a concerted effort to make exercises real, relevant, interesting and captivating for all participants
4 takeaways on how fire departments train for residential structure fires
Results from a survey showed that most departments wish they had additional resources to help prepare and deliver company-level training
How to develop a fire service UAS training program
A UAS training program must address evolving regulations, expanding use of UAS in the fire service and gaining public support for fire department drone operations
The case for firefighter progressive training using safety lines
An incident involving a recruit raises questions about the necessity of safety lines at every stage of training
Free active shooter response course offered by FireRescue1 Academy
For a limited time, users can register for the course and receive 1 CEU
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