No Exceptions Leadership - Leadership for the Real World Fire Officer - CP24181


In the fire service we frequently discuss and encourage our members to continually train on and practice the basic, fundamental skills of our craft. We espouse the critical nature of mastering the most used skills for our success, the safety of victims and the safety of our members. Whether it’s moving a hose line, pumping a truck or forcing doors, the basics on a tactical level cannot be overlooked or minimized. For officers in the fire service the basics of leadership and officer development should be just as important to us. The company officers are the individuals that determine the success and failures of our members, not only on the fire ground, but also in the firehouse. The development of our officers must be equal to our tactical proficiency to handle the demands placed on them daily. From preparing and mentoring their members for promotion to establishing boundaries and expectations, this class will address several components of officer development and leadership that company officers can take and utilize right away in their daily routines.

Fee: 0.00

Host: Antonia Fire Protection District 6633 Moss Hollow Road, Antonia MO

Contact: Kevin Schnable at 314-420-00314 or [email protected]

Sessions: January 19, 2024 08:30-12:30

Partners: Missouri Division of Fire Safety

Funding provided by the Division of Fire Safety (DFS) and the Missouri Fire Safety Education / Advisory Commission. State Funding sources include the DFS General Revenue (GR) Fire Training Fund and Fire Education Fund. 

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