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Battalion Members, this Monday we begin to introduce you to our Team of Trainers...
HOW THIS WORKS:
One of the features of our new "Training Channel"
is that you will have complete access to our Trainers 24-hours-a-day; and it's always FREE.
Simply check the schedule on our Home-Page for the date and time. You can check their schedule on their channel for the subject of their upcomig broadcast. On that day and time simply go directly to their channel and click on their "Battalion LIVE Feed" button to got directly to their broadcast and CHAT with the Trainer.
You can Blog them directly with yor questions, they will respond directly to you. If you question pertains to subjects others can learn from, that Trainer can share your Blog on their channel.
We will feature a Battalion LIVE Feed broadcast with our Trainers Three-Times-A-Week through the end of the year.
All of our trainers are well rounded in their profession, but some have special skills. From Rescue Tools to Grant Writing, the Political Arena to becoming a Captain and now lives now depend on you.
From Firefighter Basics to How to Prepare for the Interview, and much, much more.
Many of our Trainers are well respected firefighters you have seen in our series, some you will see in upcoming webisodes.
You can ask them anything during their LIVE broadcast.
Each week, for the next three-weeks; you will be able to meet three of our Trainers. Each one will broadcast every three-weeks through the end of the year. The Trainers Schedule is on our Home-Page as well as on their personal Channel, so it's easy to find the LIVE Broadcast that may help you and your career.
This Weeks Trainers and their LIVE Broadcast Schedule.
If you are thinking of, or currently in the position of a Public Information Officer (PIO) and want to learn more to be the best you can, then Mark Brady is the person you will want to meet.
Mark E. Brady is a nearly 40-year member of the fire/EMS service with 36-years of service as a member of the Prince George's County, Maryland, Fire/Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Department. Brady began his career as a firefighter/EMT with the Branchville Volunteer Fire Company in College Park, Maryland, where he remains a Life Member. Over the course of his career, he served 15 years in the 911 Communications and Dispatch Center and the past 21 years as the department's Public Information Officer and Chief Spokesperson. Mark has provided instruction at numerous Fire/EMS trade shows both locally and across the country, presenting and instructing on the role of the PIO and Social Media. His articles and photographs have been published in every major Fire and EMS trade publication. He is an Instructor with the Emergency Management Institute teaching around theCountry on All Hazards Incident Management Team - PIO.
If you are thinking about transitioning to a professional trainer now, or after you retire, then Frank is the person you may want to know. Frank is currently teaching at the University of Maryland.
Chief Cardinale is a Fire Service Specialist with more than 36 years in the fire service. Chief Cardinale's last assignment was with the San Francisco Fire Department as an Assistant Deputy Chief in charge of the Division of Training. Chief Cardinale is a nationally recognized course developer and instructor in high-rise fire fighting, command and control, and fire management. Chief Cardinale was the Safety Officer for his Department. For large incidents, where a type 3 incident management team was needed, he was the Operations Section Chief. Chief Cardinale is a certified Chief Officer by the California State Board of Fire Services.
If you are a professional that is moving up the ladder through the ranks, then you may want to know Dennis Rubin, Rube was the Chief of Washingtion D.C. Fire and EMS, and in the political arena and faced many challanges, he has a lot to offer you and your knowledge base.
Dennis L. Rubin is currently the Fire Chief of the City of De Pere, Wisconsin. Rubin was appointed by the City's Police & Fire Commission in December of 2014. De Pere has a population of 25,000 residents. The city is located in the Northeast section of the state. The department serves the citizens and visitors from two fire-rescue station locations.
Chief Rubin's educational accomplishments include a Bachelor of Science Degree in Fire Administration from the University of Maryland and Associates in Applied Science Degree in Fire Science Management from the Northern Virginia Community College. Chief Rubin is a graduate of the National Fire Academy's Executive Fire Officers
Program (EFOP) and the Naval Post Graduate School's Executive Leadership Course in Homeland Security. Rubin is a Certified Emergency Manager (CEM); and a certified Incident Safety Officer as well has obtained the Chief Fire Officer Designation (CFOD) and Chief Medical Officer Designation (CMOD) bestowed by the Center for Public Safety and Excellance.
Your Safety is what The Battalion Training Channel is hoping to achive. Train like your life depends on it...
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