Be a Student of Your Profession

  We should all realize just how lucky we are to be in the fire service. Whether you are a career firefighter in a midsize department, a volunteer lieutenant in a small community or a chief officer in a large urban department, you know how...


  We should all realize just how lucky we are to be in the fire service. Whether you are a career firefighter in a midsize department, a volunteer lieutenant in a small community or a chief officer in a large urban department, you know how fortunate you are to be in a great profession...


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These are just three simple ways that you can start to become a “student of the job.” Once you start reading and attending seminars and visiting the numerous websites, you will discover two things. First, you will see that an amazing amount of information is out there about the job we do and how we can do it better. Second, you will discover that you are broadening your horizons and becoming a better, safer and more professional member of the fire service.