In this webinar, learn how you can detect and prevent cheating by understanding the what, why, and how of creating a trustworthy exam process.
In this webinar, Chief Clive Savacool and Gerry Roberts, J.D. reflect on recent scandals, discuss how agencies are reacting, and summarize the waves of litigation that cheating can create.
In this webinar, Sara Jahnke, Ph.D discusses how occupational risk factors in the fire service require not only individual, but also system-level changes in policies, practices, and cultural norms.
In this webinar, Chief Clive Savacool discusses how to prepare for promotion in the fire service. He focuses on preparation for interviews, your resume, and answering questions in the interview.
In this webinar, Gavin Horn discusses cardiovascular and chemical exposure risks on today’s fireground and training ground. In particular, he discusses the impact of different fireground job assignments as well as suppression tactics.
The Fire Training Certification Program (Fire TCP) launch occurred on September 30, 2016. The panel was moderated by John Buckman and the panelists included: Leigh Hubbard (Executive Director of ISFSI), Steve Pegram (President of ISFSI – Chief of Goshen, OH Fire Department), Ari Vidali (CEO Envisage Technologies), Eddie Buchanan (Assistant Chief of Hanover Fire & EMS – Advisory for Fire Engineering and FDIC), and John Murphy (Legal Advisory for ISFSI).
In this webinar, Chief Clive Savacool discusses how to not only survive, but thrive in the fire service. He identifies challenges related to health and safety that are common in the fire service – culture, resources, lack of awareness, illness – and discusses best practices for addressing them.
In this webinar, Gerry Roberts, JD defines legally defensible training and shares ideas for how to improve your training and record-keeping so that your records have the best chance of providing a solid defense in the event of litigation.
In this webinar, William Wall and Bob Bass of Tennessee Corrections Institute discuss the County Corrections Partnership, in which TCI applies education-based approaches to solving correctional problems within local government.
Building a new training center or taking a leadership role in an existing training center can be exciting, but also comes with significant challenges. Key among these are decreasing budgets and increasing operating costs. In this webinar you will find out creative ways to lower costs and increase funding to keep your center running smoothly for a long time to secure your legacy.