Your a probie, your partner has two years on the job. On the way back to the station from a medical transport you arrive first on scene to this incident. It will happen one day - how will you become ready?
It's universal - we all have the responsibility (and authority) to communicate hazards and other dangers on any fireground - even if it is our first day on the job.
It's easy to practice tying knots - it's the critical thinking skills, like patient assessment, size-up, situational awareness or incident command.
Practice using RTC for promotional assessment exams.
Those skills are the hardest to develop - but now you can! Help is coming, spread the word.
You can use a powerpoint to learn - you can't use it to GAIN EXPERIENCE
If you are LEO, ask about our "NoShoot" Module. If you are paramedic, RN, or physician, ask about our "Perfecting Medicine" Module
This is a VR Experience for School-Age Children, that teaches them out to escape a burning room.