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LEADERSHIP TRAINING WEEKEND 2022

 

Saturday, December 10th 08:00 – 15:30

 

Developing Firefighters and Fire Officers to Perform Optimally at Fires and Emergencies

Jason Brezler, Founder, Leadership Under Fire / FDNY Lieutenant / Major, USMC Reserves

 

Though undoubtedly influenced by science, firefighting is principally an applied art and human endeavor.  Leaders have an awesome responsibility to develop firefighters and fire officers to perform optimally at fires and emergencies.  In addition to developing tactical and technical proficiency, leaders actively cultivate the mental, emotional, and moral qualities of firefighters and fire officers.  This seminar will identify obstacles to optimal human performance at fires and emergencies while also highlighting practices that have proven effective in preparing both individuals and units to perform at their best under pressure.  Jason Brezler uniquely blends his experience leading and developing Marines and FDNY members with his rigorous study of human performance.  This seminar will educate and encourage leaders who are passionate about improving unit and department performance at fires and emergencies.


Sunday, December 11th 08:00 – 12:00

 

Jan. 6, 2021: Events at the U.S. Capitol, as told by DC Fire/EMS

Chief Daniel McCoy, Deputy Fire Chief of Homeland Security and Special Operations

District of Columbia Fire & EMS Department 

 

Chief McCoy will lead a conversation regarding how DC Fire/EMS prepares and responds to large scale, high profile public events, including responding to the events on January 6, 2021, as DC Fire & EMS personnel treated and transported hundreds of patients in the midst of hostile crowds. DC's Bravest worked alongside both Metropolitan Police and U.S. Capitol Police, treating more than 50 injured officers.

 

 

 

Contact the Ocean City Fontainebleau Resort 1-800-638-2100 to make your reservations and use the code “Maryland Fire Chiefs Association”. Reservations must be made by November 10, 2022The room rate is $79 per night + taxes/fees. Attendees who have a valid Maryland volunteer fire, rescue or EMS affiliation and who travels more than 50 miles one way are eligible to have lodging cost covered by the SAFER grant. Attendees will need to place the room on hold with a credit card. Credit card on file will be charged for anyone not in attendance.  

 

 

Make it a family “get away”, come for a great training weekend and enjoy Ocean City in its full holiday spirit, including Winterfest of Lights.

 

 

 

REGISTER AT MFRI’S SEMINAR PAGE:  https://www.mfri.org/training/seminars/

 

Developing Firefighters and Fire Officers to Perform Optimally at Fires and Emergencies

Jason Brezler, Founder, Leadership Under Fire / FDNY Lieutenant / Major, USMC Reserves

 

Though undoubtedly influenced by science, firefighting is principally an applied art and human endeavor.  Leaders have an awesome responsibility to develop firefighters and fire officers to perform optimally at fires and emergencies.  In addition to developing tactical and technical proficiency, leaders actively cultivate the mental, emotional, and moral qualities of firefighters and fire officers.  This seminar will identify obstacles to optimal human performance at fires and emergencies while also highlighting practices that have proven effective in preparing both individuals and units to perform at their best under pressure.  Jason Brezler uniquely blends his experience leading and developing Marines and FDNY members with his rigorous study of human performance.  This seminar will educate and encourage leaders who are passionate about improving unit and department performance at fires and emergencies.

Developing Firefighters and Fire Officers to Perform Optimally at Fires and Emergencies

Jason Brezler, Founder, Leadership Under Fire / FDNY Lieutenant / Major, USMC Reserves

 

Though undoubtedly influenced by science, firefighting is principally an applied art and human endeavor.  Leaders have an awesome responsibility to develop firefighters and fire officers to perform optimally at fires and emergencies.  In addition to developing tactical and technical proficiency, leaders actively cultivate the mental, emotional, and moral qualities of firefighters and fire officers.  This seminar will identify obstacles to optimal human performance at fires and emergencies while also highlighting practices that have proven effective in preparing both individuals and units to perform at their best under pressure.  Jason Brezler uniquely blends his experience leading and developing Marines and FDNY members with his rigorous study of human performance.  This seminar will educate and encourage leaders who are passionate about improving unit and department performance at fires and emergencies.


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