Greeting’s sisters and brothers!
I do sincerely hope and trust that this finds you hale and hearty and once again getting outside, dining, shopping, visiting, and embracing your friends and family! Our family is blessed to still have my dad (at 88 years) not just still with us but as sharp (and as
Half the time my life looks a lot like “easily distracted.” When I was younger this was no big deal. There was less accountability and the stakes for losing track of time weren’t high. The weight of being distracted has shifted. Choices that used to carry little consequence now has the potential to
Learning in fire and emergency medical services is related to the ability to process, store, retrieve, adapt, and utilize information and skills both in the training environment and in the field. As instructors we tend to default towards lecture, often supplemented with presentation software, such a
One advantage of being in the late years of my firefighting career is that I have accumulated a significant collection of printed and electronic firefighting resource materials. However, there is a limit to the usefulness of these materials, especially the older examples. I recently decided it was t
March 29, 2021The International Society of Fire Service Instructors (ISFSI) will launch a Mentoring and Coaching initiative in Q2 of 2021. The program offers a superior professional networking framework to connect ISFSI members for project-based and/or position-based feedback, guidance and professio