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Webinars are engaging online, live events where a speaker or a small group of speakers deliver a presentation to an audience who participate by submitting questions, responding to polls and using other available interactive tools. Free of charge for members and fee based for non-members. Maximum delivery time is 50 minutes. No continuing education is issued.

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  • Product not yet rated Contains 3 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 03/06/2024 at 3:00 PM (EST)

    The ISFSI has gathered three of the North American fire service’s foremost thought leaders on training to address, through conversation and a moderated Q & A, how that new Training Officer can manage and navigate their initial steps with their department’s training program. The audience will also be encouraged to come with questions or comments.

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    The creation of an inclusive environment is one of the most important factors for recruitment and retention. This presentation will help educators and leaders to adjust learning activities and recruitment strategies to attract and retain our next generation of Fire/EMS responders. Learn from instructors, students and program administrators who have successfully implemented a Dual Enrollment Academy providing Fire and EMS education to high school students across Southeast Wisconsin. The Waukesha County Technical College Fire/EMS DEA program is in its 6th year and has grown to 42 students. If you are an educator, preceptor or leader in your service, this presentation is sure to leave you with tangible strategies that can be implemented to attract and retain your next generation responders.

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    Join ISFSI as we interview Maritime Specialist Sal Mercogliano and enlighten our viewers on the vital points of Shipboard Firefighting. We will be discussing the major differences between shipboard fires as they compare to structural fires and how to prepare our members. He will also be go in depth with recent ship fires such as the 2020 Hoegh Xiamen fire in Jacksonville, Fla, the 2022 Felicity Ace fire off the coast of Portugal, and several other recent major marine incidents within the last several years.

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    During training, every minute counts. In this webinar, ISFSI certified instructors, Jake Barnes and Gilbert Pedroza, show you how to get the most out of every minute when training in towers. From maximizing variable spacing to creating challenging scenarios, towers offer first-class training opportunities. Learn how special props can help leverage these experiences, how cross training with other specialties can “kick it up a notch” for your team, and how to really maximize every facet of training in and outside of a tower.

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    This webinar will provide instructors with knowledge and information to develop, refine, and deliver thermal imaging training. This program’s original intent was to be an instructor’s development/improvement course for ISFSI – Understanding and Fighting Basement Fires Hands-On Training Program. However, all participants will takeaway information to improve their thermal imaging training programs and ultimately, the use and effective application of the thermal imager during fire ground operations.

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    This webinar is the third of a five-part series where we will explore the “Development” component of the ADDIE course development model (Analysis/Design/Development/Implementation/Evaluation). Together in a live “working” interactive workshop, we will work through some examples of the “Development” process that you can use in your own training design. Join us for a fun, interactive webinar that will give you a great overview of the process in an easy-to-understand format!

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    EMS providers respond to potentially volatile situations on a daily basis. However, most providers have never been taught the potential warning signs of a violent encounter or how to handle this type of situation. According to a study by the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians, the number 1 injury to EMS providers is assault, with 52% of those surveyed saying they had been attacked on the job. In addition, according to the University of Maryland “the risk of an assault for EMS workers is about 30 times higher than the national average.” This webinar provides an overview of the threat and provides responders with effective techniques they can use to mitigate their risks.

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    This webinar is the second of a five-part series where we will explore the “Design” component of the ADDIE course development model (Analysis/Design/ Development/Implementation/Evaluation). Together in a live “working” interactive workshop, we will work through some examples of the “Design” process that you can use in your own training design. Join us for a fun, interactive webinar that will give you a great overview of the process in an easy-to-understand format!

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    This webinar will be the first of a five-part series where we will explore each part of the ADDIE course development model (Analysis/Design/Development/Implementation/Evaluation) common in the instructional design area. In the Analysis phase, we will take a look at methods to determine the best course of action for training and focusing in on the characteristics of our learners.

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    Professional development for fire and EMS instructors is equally important. Instructional delivery is both an art and a science. Innovative techniques in the adult learning environment continue to evolve from empirical research. Today’s fire and EMS instructors must remain adaptive to instructional techniques that fosters learning in all settings. This webinar will highlight effective methods for empowering instructors by promoting professional development.