Principles of Modern Fire Attack- Saline, Michigan

March 4, 2017
All Day

March 4, 2017
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.


Saline Middle School


7190 N. Maple Road


Saline, MI 48179













The 8-hour PMFA: SLICE-RS class is open to all chief officers, instructors, company officers and firefighters, introducing modern fire behavior and changes to the fire attack within the profession based on research findings. Its intended audience is chief officers, instructors, company officers & firefighters. This class introduces modern fire behavior and changes to fire attack within the profession based on research findings.

 This class will provide a firsthand look at the UL/NIST Modern Fire Behavior/Dynamics studies and serve to educate students how they can be delivered and instituted in their fire departments. It is our hope that by compiling the best lessons learned from the fire dynamics research, fire departments will be able to adjust their policies, tactics and training to create a safer environment for the fire service as well as the people we serve in our communities.

This information has been known to be controversial to some, so be prepared for great discussions.  You don’t have to look far for good discussion regarding fire command, control, accountability and especially fire behavior. The shared science, research and best practices are another tool for your toolbox!  Go home to your department with a renewed outlook and with a healthy knowledge of the Principles of Modern Fire Attack: SLICE-RS.


 To register click here or contact Madison Robinson at (800)435-0005 ext 55.








ISFSI Live Fire Instructor Credential - Fixed Facility ~ Addison, IL

April 3, 2017

The Live Fire Instructor Credential Program is a unique blend of distance learning and intense 3-day hands on academy focusing on the responsibilities of instructors charged with the important safety duties of a live fire instructor. This course is based on the NFPA 1403 Standard on Live Fire Training for its content and references Live Fire Instructor Principles and Practices by Jones & Bartlett as its text. Students will complete an extensive on-line course prior to the hands on portion and will challenge a series of written and practical examinations to earn this 3 year credential.

Who Should Attend:
Training Officers, Instructors, Officers and firefighters who are interested in making a difference in the creation and execution of safe and controlled live fire training.

Student Prerequisites:
Must be an AHJ credentialed Firefighter II and AHJ credentialed Instructor
Minimum of 1 year as an instructor
Signed letter by Fire Chief/ Training Officer of represented department verifying these aforementioned prerequisites (must be submitted with registration)
Successful completion of online pre-course examination

Course Cost: $485 ISFSI Member; $555 Non- ISFSI Member (Includes 1st year membership)

Includes three (3) day program, three (3) year credential, pre course online learning platform and textbook

Full payment is due prior to start of class.
Full refunds will be given up to 14 days prior to first day of class.
Late registrations are subject to a 15% increase

Dates: April 3-5, 2017
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Pre Registration is Required
Regular Registration Closes March 6, 2017


Register Online






Please complete the following forms at the time of registration. A copy of  your current fit test is also required.
Forms are due back one month prior to start of class.
Email, jamie.lorello@isfsi.org or Fax to 800-235-9153. Thank you!



Liability Waiver


Instructor Qualifications Form



Questions? Please contact the ISFSI Office at 800-435-0005 or jamie.lorello@isfsi.org

Training Officer Credential - Slidell, Louisiana

April 7, 2017
All Day

Training Officer Credential




April 7-8, 2017



34780 South Range Rd.


Slidell, LA 70460


The ISFSI credential designation is designed to provide instructors a direct pathway to develop and advance as professional educators and will bridge the gap between fire service professional development, the professional credentialing of instructors, and the accreditation of emerging training curriculums and eLearning platforms and programs.

Successful candidates will have their education, training and experiences validated on a professional platform.  The credential authenticates their contributions to the industry and provides employers a tangible recognition of the employee’s professional accomplishments.

Training Officer Credential candidates participate in 16 hours of online professional portfolio design and interactive learning experience in addition to a two day instructor facilitated student driven classroom course.

Program Highlights:

  • Generational Differences



  • Training for Fireground Adaptability



  • Technology Driven Integration



  • Alternative Methods of Learning



  • Developing Tactical Decision Games


This course is eligible for 32 hours of continuing education credits through Columbia Southern University


















REGISTER NOW


















Principles of Modern Fire Attack- Cincinnati, OH

April 14, 2017
All Day

April 14, 2017
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.


Nathanael Greene Lodge at Veterans Park


6394 Wesselman Road


Cincinnati, OH 45248











The 8-hour PMFA: SLICE-RS class is open to all chief officers, instructors, company officers and firefighters, introducing modern fire behavior and changes to the fire attack within the profession based on research findings. Its intended audience is chief officers, instructors, company officers & firefighters. This class introduces modern fire behavior and changes to fire attack within the profession based on research findings.

 This class will provide a firsthand look at the UL/NIST Modern Fire Behavior/Dynamics studies and serve to educate students how they can be delivered and instituted in their fire departments. It is our hope that by compiling the best lessons learned from the fire dynamics research, fire departments will be able to adjust their policies, tactics and training to create a safer environment for the fire service as well as the people we serve in our communities.

This information has been known to be controversial to some, so be prepared for great discussions.  You don’t have to look far for good discussion regarding fire command, control, accountability and especially fire behavior. The shared science, research and best practices are another tool for your toolbox!  Go home to your department with a renewed outlook and with a healthy knowledge of the Principles of Modern Fire Attack: SLICE-RS.


 To register click here or contact Madison Robinson at (800)435-0005 ext 55.








Training Officer Credential- Snohomish, Washington

May 5, 2017
All Day









Training Officer Credential











May 5-6, 2017



Snohomish County Fire District 4


1525 Avenue D


Snohomish, WA 98290


The ISFSI credential designation is designed to provide instructors a direct pathway to develop and advance as professional educators and will bridge the gap between fire service professional development, the professional credentialing of instructors, and the accreditation of emerging training curriculums and eLearning platforms and programs.

Successful candidates will have their education, training and experiences validated on a professional platform.  The credential authenticates their contributions to the industry and provides employers a tangible recognition of the employee’s professional accomplishments.

Training Officer Credential candidates participate in 16 hours of online professional portfolio design and interactive learning experience in addition to a two day instructor facilitated student driven classroom course.

Program Highlights:

  • Generational Differences



  • Training for Fireground Adaptability



  • Technology Driven Integration



  • Alternative Methods of Learning



  • Developing Tactical Decision Games


This course is eligible for 32 hours of continuing education credits through Columbia Southern University


















REGISTER NOW


















Training Officer Credential- East Peoria, IL

May 13, 2017
All Day

May 13-14, 2017



2230 East Washington Street


East Peoria, IL 61611


The ISFSI credential designation is designed to provide instructors a direct pathway to develop and advance as professional educators and will bridge the gap between fire service professional development, the professional credentialing of instructors, and the accreditation of emerging training curriculums and eLearning platforms and programs.

Successful candidates will have their education, training and experiences validated on a professional platform.  The credential authenticates their contributions to the industry and provides employers a tangible recognition of the employee’s professional accomplishments.

Training Officer Credential candidates participate in 16 hours of online professional portfolio design and interactive learning experience in addition to a two day instructor facilitated student driven classroom course.

Program Highlights:

  • Generational Differences



  • Training for Fireground Adaptability



  • Technology Driven Integration



  • Alternative Methods of Learning



  • Developing Tactical Decision Games


This course is eligible for 32 hours of continuing education credits through Columbia Southern University


















REGISTER NOW