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What began as a way to bring fire service instructors to the students in our region, has evolved into a much larger event than we anticipated. We are grateful to see so many firefighters in our region and elsewhere attending MHFC and similar events focused on firefighter training around the US.
Regardless of how the conference has grown, our goals remain: Provide high-quality training at a reasonable price, and support those that support the fire service. Through MHFC and our partnerships we hope to see continued growth and improvement in the fire service. us for a full day of lectures! Registered students will have free parking on site, but it can fill up fast so get there early, secure your parking and check in.
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This year we will have three speakers. Do you have an Ethos?
Understanding where we came from gives you insight into where we are going. Lunch provided each day. Registration for opens on May 1st at Mountain Standard Time.
Do you know your personal core beliefs and values? Jeff Shupe will discuss the changes, both positive and negative over his decades in the fire service. Mental Preparedness is consistently regarded as the foundation that sets one human apart from another. Olympians, Special Forces, Police, and even Youth Athletes are intentionally training their mental and physiological skills so they can perform at optimal levels.
Human Performance For The Fireground is a two-day class that will guide you through scientifically proven mental training techniques to optimize fireground success. You can expect to be challenged, inspired, and given the tools needed to consistently work on your mental approach to the job. This class will also dive into the positive impact of imagery training, simple nutrition and the tremendous date a fireman Elkhart of sleep all while expanding basic principles in a fun, relaxed and stress free environment. This class will help you maximize your potential and lead to your highest level of performance on the fire scene, in the firehouse and even in day-to-day life!
Firefighter Craftsmanship. Jon started in the fire service in and was hired with PFA in In addition to spending time with his wife and two kids, Jon owns and coaches at CrossFit Evolve in Fort Collins, which opened in Collins, CO. He started his fire service career in and was the founder of Firefighter Craftsmanship in Kevin is married to Kristi and has three wonderful children Grady 7Graham 6and Caroline 1. Course Information : This 2 day R. T and survival class is deed to engage the participant in a visceral way.
By sharing drills and techniques learned from rescues, personal survival, and Line of Duty Deaths; students will move from basic techniques to dynamic scenarios that are pulled from real life events. Students will leave with tangible Rescue skills that can be used on the job and shared with company and department members.
Emphasis will be placed on creating realistic conditions giving participants a glimpse of what it may be like to use these skill. Instructor sinceNC live fire certified that same year. Jay Bettencourt is a member of the Asheville Fire Department where he has worked for 10 years.
Most of that time has been as a member of Rescue Company 3. Jay Instructs R. Trey Young, a 15 year fire service veteran, proudly serves the City of Asheville as a Lieutenant.
Trey, a United States Marine veteran, has a beautiful wife and an awesome little boy. This is a full day forcible entry class beginning with a morning classroom session deed primarily for door size up.
Students will view videos and pictures regarding residential and commercial forcible entry, through the lock forcible entry and other forcible entry techniques followed by a hands on through the lock class where participants practice manipulating every common lock found on the market today.
The remainder of the day is hands on forcible entry.
Students will rotate through four stations and will force inward and outward swinging doors numerous times using one and two person techniques. Participants will also defeat carriage bolts and drop bars using the irons and practice numerous saw techniques to disable security devices.
Other evolutions include forcing security screen doors, commercial saw work and window security bars. Participants will also discuss garage door tactics and cover padlock forcible entry. Course Information: The Engine Company is the most important company on the fire ground for fire extinguishment.
It is critical that engine firefighters work as a team to attack and control fires and kill them with over whelming force to save lives and stop destruction by fire when necessary. This class starts with everyone working together as team members.
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The philosophy of this training is for the team to attack the fire with overwhelming force. Students will begin class working with different size hand lines and nozzles and reviewing the importance of proper pump and nozzle pressures. Students will go over nozzle mechanics and hand line management techniques along with how to advance lines while using fire streams to their best advantage.
Students will also review and work with heavy stream appliances and how to use them in an offensive manner. After this session students will rotate through skill groups, going over the basics of hose line advancement, fire attack, and following general firefighting strategies to Locate, Confine and Extinguishment a fire. Teamwork, ability and safety will be covered and how to be more efficient for fire attack.
He has also served as a volunteer firefighter. He is an Ohio certified fire instructor.
He was a Field Training Officer for the State of Ohio Fire Academy for 24 years and taught for many years in basic and advanced firefighter training programs. He instructs and consults on engine company and fire ground operations, procedures and practices. He has an associate degree in Fire Technology from a community college and attended University of Cincinnati Fire Protection Engineering program. Course Information: This live-fire hands-on training course will provide the tools and techniques necessary on the modern fire ground to make the fire crew Intelligently Aggressive.
The concepts demonstrated in this course gives the firefighter their sight back in the zero-visibility environments. We will discuss and demonstrate door control, water can operations, crew and victim isolation for rescue, primary search, VES, and more in this objective driven course deed to make firefighters more Intelligently Aggressive through Tactical Thermal Imaging.
Instructor Bio: Thomas Anderson has been in the fire service for 16 years; he began in the volunteer service in a rural area of Kentucky, and is currently as a Captain on Ladder with the Charlotte Fire Dept. He is a lifelong student of the fire service, his studies have lead him to a have a passion in basic firemanship, aggressive and efficient search skills and fire behavior, with a basis that understanding the thermal environment is essential.
Course Information: Beyond the door is not just speaking about physically searching beyond the door but thinking outside the check box that has consumed most VES training. We will use experience, statistics, building construction knowledge and tempo to occupy the spaces where victims are most likely to be found and put THEM first!
We will put you in real world scenarios, environments and layouts that will reinforce your current VES skills and when, why, or how to move beyond the standard check box VES training. The first day consists of a morning workout, followed by skills stations hose, forcible entry, search, ladders, masking up, water supply, etc. He is the co-founder of Fit To Fight Fire. He retired in due to injuries from the first WTC bombing, but is still involved in the fire service today through speaking and instruction.
This course is deed to give you all the necessary tools to perform vehicle extrications. Six pits taught by different instructors will emphasize a variety of ways to overcome different obstacles. From vehicle stabilization on an uneven surface, understanding modern vehicles including important safety considerations related to EV and hybrids, as well as down and dirty basics of vehicle extrication, students will walk away having a well rounded view of all things extrication. This hands-on event is deed for both new and advanced firefighters to improve your performance for your next call.
The last 5 years he served as the training captain, in the central core of St. Louis County, Missouri. For 19 years, Steve was a lead instructor for the St. Louis County Fire Academy. He is a Level II instructor and Lead Evaluator for the Missouri Division of Fire Safety, teaching and evaluating classes in multiple disciplines on a regional, state, and national level.
Additionally, Steve specializes in teaching vehicle extrication, tactical medicine, technical rescue, swift water rescue, and SCBA. His attention to detail and street-smart approach to vehicle extrication enables him to take complicated situations and break them down into a streamlined approach.
His strength in teaching students to calmly evaluate, plan, and execute real-life scenarios provides them the opportunity to develop their skill sets in order to perfect their techniques.