Ever wonder why some train their hearts out while others avoid it at all costs?
We are an interesting breed. We hang our hats on courage and the willingness to do what most won’t when it comes to emergencies, but then we shy away from formal trainings out of fear that it might makes us look bad in
Fire service instructors are the first line of defense against LODD and injury. Each training session developed and delivered must be on point and make the most of available time while providing the most amount of retention. Legacy methods of instruction are those that todays instructors were trai
When I developed this class, I wasn’t necessarily thinking of the uses it would have for the fire service instructor or training officer. After taking the time to consider the parallels of general fire service leadership that might apply to the company or chief officer.
The International Society of Fire Service Instructors is pleased to announce the 2015 Fire Engineering/ISFSI George D Post Instructor of the Year Award recipient, Eddie Buchanan. Chief Buchanan is a past president of the ISFSI and Division Chief in the Hanover Fire EMS Department.