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Fire Command Training


As a firefighter moves up to the position of company officer, battalion chief or fire chief, there is an evolving need for a different range of knowledge, skills and abilities. In order for firefighters to be highly qualified, competent and skilled command officers in the future, the top priority should be to prepare for upward mobility while holding their present positions. FETN's Command Training focuses on the tools that a command officers needs to deal with new roles and responsibilities. Special emphasis is placed on the importance of writing, communication, analysis and problem-solving skills.
 

Fire Command Benefits

  • Understand the distinction between technical knowledge and personal attributes that makes a person a better candidate.
  • Identify the management skills required to lead in the contemporary fire service, whether that leadership is within a specific fire department or on a larger scale.
  • Recognize methods and techniques used to increase productivity.
  • Understand common leadership principles that can be applied to fire departments.
  • Understand the parameters of being a professional fire chief in contemporary times.

Fire Command Training Courses


  • 750 Adams: The Last Alarm
  • Accountability: Across the Pond
  • Adapt and Overcome: Tampa Style
  • Adapting and Using Structural Equipment
  • Agricultural Incidents
  • American Heat's 20th Anniversary: Then and Now
  • Aviation Incident Response/Crash Rescue Management
  • Back to Basics: Preplanning, Part 1
  • Back to Basics: Preplanning, Part 2
  • Back to Basics: Preplanning, Part 3
  • Bus Rescue
  • Calling the Mayday
  • CERT: Disaster Response
  • Chain Reaction Collisions
  • Chief Officer Communications: The AMBER Alert System
  • Chief Officer: Command Transfer - Scoop and Run
  • Chief Officer: Command Transfer - Too Busy Fighting Fires
  • Clandestine Drug Labs
  • Command Transfer! Blast From the Past
  • Command Transfer! Climbing the Ladder of Success
  • Command Transfer! Leadership on the Edge
  • Command Transfer! Learning to Learn
  • Command Transfer! Making the Quantum Leap
  • Command Transfer! Plan Your Work, Work Your Plan
  • Command Transfer! Playing in the Big Leagues
  • Command Transfer! Roots of the Fire Service
  • Command Transfer! Survivor
  • Command Transfer! What's in Your Toolbox?
  • Common Responsibilities Associated With ICS Assignments
  • Communications: Answering Suicidal Callers
  • Community Disaster Planning
  • Critical Infrastructure Protection: Applying Countermeasures, Part 1
  • Critical Infrastructure Protection: Assessing Risk
  • Critical Infrastructure Protection: Determining the Need for Protection
  • Critical Infrastructure Protection: Identifying Critical Infrastructures
  • Dignity Despite Disaster: Managing a Line of Duty Death, Part 1
  • Dignity Despite Disaster: Managing a Line of Duty Death, Part 2
  • Dignity Despite Disaster: Managing a Line of Duty Death, Part 3
  • Dignity Despite Disaster: Managing a Line of Duty Death, Part 4
  • Emergency Management of Mass Gatherings
  • Energetic Materials Identification and Response
  • FETN Special: TTY
  • Fire on Trial
  • Firefighter Safety on the Roadway
  • Firefighter Training Fatalities
  • Firefighting Tactics at Vehicle Fires, Part 1
  • Firefighting Tactics at Vehicle Fires, Part 2
  • Fires That Caused Change
  • Fires That Changed the Fire Service: BLEVE Incident
  • Fires That Changed the Fire Service: Conflagration
  • Fires That Changed the Fire Service: Hidden Hazards
  • Fires That Changed the Fire Serice: Wildland Firefighting
  • Full-Scale Exercises
  • GIS: Providing the Foundation for Real-Time Intelligence, Part 1
  • GIS: Providing the Foundation for Real-Time Intelligence, Part 2
  • High-Rise Hotel Fires
  • High-Rise Structure Fires
  • Historic Construction/Renovated Hazards
  • Holiday Fire Prevention
  • Holy Smoke: Fires in Places of Worship
  • Honoring the Fallen Firefighter
  • Hurricane Ike
  • I-4 Pile-Up
  • Ice Storm
  • Incident and Disaster Preparation
  • Incident Command
  • Incident Command System 101
  • Incident Command System, Part 2: Command Staff
  • Incident Command System, Part 3: Operations: Controlling The Incident
  • Incident Command System, Part 4: Logistics and Resource Management
  • Industrial Fires in Suburbia
  • Industry of a Man: The Fire Career of Red Adair
  • Infrastructure Failure: Surviving the Storm
  • Large Scale Hazmat: El Dorado Chemical Fire
  • Leadership Lessons From the Marine Corps
  • Legacy Wisdom: Tricks of the Trade
  • Making the Right Call: Avoiding LODD
  • Managing the Fireground: Collapse, Part 1
  • Managing the Fireground: Collapse, Part 2
  • Managing the Fireground: ICS for RIT, Part 1
  • Managing the Fireground: ICS for RIT, Part 2
  • Managing the Fireground: Offensive/Defensive, Part 1
  • Managing the Fireground: Offensive/Defensive, Part 2
  • Managing the Fireground: SCBA Failure
  • Manufactured Housing
  • Marina Fires
  • Massive Mutual Aid
  • Media Savvy, Part 1
  • Media Savvy, Part 2
  • Metropolitan Profile - Philadelphia Fire Department
  • NFPA 1901: Annex D, Part 1
  • NFPA 1901: Annex D, Part 2
  • Nightclub Fatalities
  • Nursing Home Fires
  • On the Fringe of Disaster
  • Order Out of Chaos
  • Pipeline Safety 101
  • Prescription for Performance, Part 1
  • Prescription for Performance, Part 2
  • Prevention of Sexual Harassment
  • Principles of Codes and Standards
  • Prison/Jail Fires
  • Protection of Potential and Actual Crime Scenes, Part 1
  • Protection of Potential and Actual Crime Scenes, Part 2
  • Real Leadership Is Not for Wimps
  • Reducing Deaths in Apparatus
  • Rehabilitation in the Fire Service, Part 1
  • Rehabilitation in the Fire Service, Part 2
  • Remembering Charleston: Lessons for Life
  • Residential Fires
  • Rural Water Supply: Tanker Ops
  • Safety and Tactics: House Fires
  • Save the Mansion
  • September 11, 2001
  • Scene Safety at Structural Fires
  • Self-Assessment
  • Slaying the Dragon: Industrial Fires
  • Special Responses for Special Events
  • Stripping Away the Mystery: Effective Management of Strip Mall Fires
  • Structural Collapse During Firefighting
  • Survival! Lessons Learned From the Big Box Mayday - Southwest Supermarket Fire, Part 1
  • Survival! Lessons Learned From the Big Box Mayday - Southwest Supermarket Fire, Part 2
  • Survival! RIT Profile: ABBET
  • Surviving the 4th
  • Tanks and Tankers
  • Target Hazards: Restaurant Fires
  • The Art of Smoke Reading
  • The Baltimore Tunnel Incident
  • The Blackstock Fire
  • The Channel 4 Fire
  • The Cove Street Fire and Rescue
  • The Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives
  • The Incident Command System in Homeland Security, Part 1
  • The Incident Command System in Homeland Security, Part 2
  • Thermal Imaging
  • Transportation Incidents
  • Tropical Storm Allison
  • Upstairs / Downstairs
  • Utility Control
  • Warehouses - Taming the Horizontal High Rise
  • Wildfires
  • Wildland Fire Investigation
 
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