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Five Alarm Leadership: Real Leadership with Real People

Location:

3075 Molly Pitcher Highway
Chambersburg, PA 17202

Description:

This program is designed to look at the leadership traits of the successful and not so successful fire service leader. What works and what doesn’t. What it means to define core values. How to build relationships and confidence in your firefighters. It also looks at what we’re all about, why private corporations are struggling and how to march forward and fight for a better and safer fire service.

Whether you are a firefighter, the newest engine lieutenant or the most senior battalion chief in your department, your leadership skills and abilities are vital to the operations of your department or company. Firehouse conflicts, operational difficulties, and the daily routine can be handled professionally or you can fly by the seat of your pants. Join Chief Rick Lasky as he talks about the problems and solutions he has faced in his over 40 years with the fire service and how he handled them. No officer is exempt from bumps in the road and the best way to handle trouble is to train!

This IS where the rubber meets the road.

Instructor(s):
Chief Rick Lasky
Prerequisites:
None
Minimum Age Requirement:
14
Class Length:
8 hours
Class Dates:
June 19, 2021 0800-1700
Registration Deadline:
June 5, 2021
Registration Instructions:
Please register at the bottom of the training class link
Registration Fee:
$100.00 – Franklin County Agencies / $125 – Other Agencies
OPEN SEATS:
49

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