10/12/10 321 W - + 6 - 5 Registrants Needed For Free Firefighter Survival Seminar in Lumberton, Nov. 6

Robeson Community College in Lumberton needs 150 registrants for the following free event, in order to finalize the thing. They currently have 100 registered, as of yesterday (Monday). Please call Tammy at (910) 738-7128 to preregister. Here are the event details:


November 6, 2010
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Emergency Services Training Center, Robeson Community College
5825 NC Highway 72 East, Lumberton

Instructor - Chief Billy Goldfeder, EFO, Deputy Chief of the Loveland-Symmes FD, Associate/Contributing Editor for FIRE ENGINEERING, FIRE RESCUE, FIREHOUSE, FIREHOUSE.COM, monthly columnist:  Firehouse Magazines' "CLOSE CALLS" and co-host of www.FirefighterCloseCalls.com

Chief Goldfeder will present to the attendees, through video, audio and "WAKE UP!" lecture, an in-depth review of specific and very recent and timely fireground events with a strong focus on DWELLING FIRES  that ended with tragic results.  The program focuses specifically on the LESSON LEARNED so that these incidents (and those involved) don't ever become forgotten.  This very personal, high-energy, direct and frank program (updated regularly to assure timeliness) is professionally and respectfully presented, providing the attendees an excellent opportunity to apply the LESSONS LEARNED to their own departments...and themselves, when returning home...potentially avoiding "history tragically repeating itself."

The goal of this program is to have the Firefighters and Officers leave more knowledgeable, educated and informed...but, most importantly, THINKING HARD about their role and their department's responsibility in FIRE and RESCUE operations:  to themselves and their families.  These "LESSONS LEARNED" and related CASE STUDIES will help insure that similar problems are not repeated again at YOUR DEPARTMENT.

EVERYONE GOES HOME?  Some firefighters do and some don't...this seminar will help you understand WHY...and why it is so important to think about Who is in YOUR wallet?


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