TargetSolutions’ dedication to delivering valuable firefighter training doesn’t stop with the industry’s leading online training catalog for fire departments.
This month, TargetSolutions sponsored two informative webcasts on a variety of important topics aimed at improving your department’s training reports, leadership and wellness.
The first of the webcasts titled “A Guide to Fire Department Training Records Compliances,” was delivered on Dec. 14 by Albert W. Schlick III, a Deputy Chief of Administration for the Huntley Fire District in Illinois.
The webinar provided a wealth of information regarding NFPA 1401, a nationally recognized standard and the industry’s best practices for fire department training records.
Schlick dissects the NFPA 1401’s intricate details and recommends appropriate strategies for departments looking to implement the standard as a guideline for their own training management. Perhaps the webcast’s most pivotal underlying conflict that it aims to alleviate: no records equals no training, as perceived during an ISO audit.
To view a recorded version of this webcast from Firehouse.com, please click here.
The second webcast, titled “Volunteer/Combination Fire Service Hot Topics from Symposium in the Sun,” was presented on Dec. 15 by Chief Norvin Collins of the Sauvie Island Fire District (Ore.) and Chief Charles Flynn of the Suffield Fire Department (Conn.).
Symposium in the Sun is an annual event that provides leadership training and networking opportunities for combination fire departments. The event was held in November in Clearwater Beach, Fla. This webcast was a great opportunity to cover key areas of discussion from the recent event. Collins and Flynn touched on various topics, including behavioral health, leadership, recruitment, and cancer initiatives.
These issues and their accommodating solutions are explored at length, as well as the Volunteer & Combination Officers Section’s role in supporting departments along the way. As mentioned to lead off the hour-long webinar, “we’ve all been focused on helping our members tackle the issues that keep us up at night.”
To view a recorded version of this webcast from the IAFC’s website, please click here.