ISFSI Launches Training Officer Credential Designation

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June 7, 2016

The International Society of Fire Service Instructors (ISFSI) launched the Training Officer Credential designation today at the Central Arizona Regional Training Academy in Prescott, AZ. Thirteen credential candidates from ten departments participated in the first program.

“ISFSI recognized the need to establish an opportunity for today’s aspiring, emerging, developing, or practicing fire service instructor, training officer, fire officer and allied training personnel to qualify their professional status. This credential is designed to elevate the standards of instructor professionalism,” shared …

ISFSI Honored by Shell Pipeline Company LP

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The ISFSI is honored to announce to our membership family that the Society will be honored by Shell Pipe Line Company LP for our efforts to keep our communities safe and firefighters trained. The ISFSI logo will be proudly featured on the Shell Pennzoil Ford Fusion No 22 race car driven by Joey Logano at the Richmond, VA Sprint Cup race on Saturday, September 10, 2016. The ISFSI would like to thank our members for continuing to believe in the …

The International Society of Fire Service Instructors Unveils New Branding Initiative

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The ISFSI unifies industry professionalism, programs, and products with new logo concepts

April 25, 2016

The International Society of Fire Service Instructors (ISFSI) today revealed its new branding architecture and visual identity, which will be applied to all the organization’s programs, advocacy, services and products this year. The fresh, new visual identity will help build cohesiveness in the ISFSI’s brand structure, and is a step in its multi-year strategic plan to strengthen the connection and messaging to core constituents. The new brand …

Employment Opportunity at Western Technical College

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Mentoring New Instructors – What to Look For

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Have you mentored someone? A new company officer, a  firefighter, your predecessor or a new instructor. At what point do you decide that the one you are mentoring is ready to take the reins? What must he show through his performance or growth that would tell the mentor that they are ready to move forward?


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