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    Default Forcible Entry Power Point program?

    I tried the search function and had no luck, if someone knows a thread where this has been asked and can direct me to it, ill delete this thread.

    My question is does anybody know of a PowerPoint or even basic computer slide/image based program for teaching basic forcible entry procedures including through the lock methods? I intend on going over the hands on portion anyhow, but i would like a program for the classroom first so that i can get a good deal of the explanations and questions covered.

    If you could provide links that would be great.

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    Sorry - No powerpoint but check out http://www.firehouseinnovations.com - makers of the Multi-Force door prop.

    Mike Perrone's instructional videos on the many ways the prop can be used do a better job of explaining / demonstrating technique than most of the current FF I/II programs on the market.

    Our county training agency recently purchased one of these and I'm dying to get my hands and tools on it.

    Good Luck with your presentation.

    Edit - Disclaimer - I have no ties to Mike Perrone or Firehouse Innovations
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    Quote Originally Posted by N2DFire View Post
    Sorry - No powerpoint but check out http://www.firehouseinnovations.com - makers of the Multi-Force door prop.

    Mike Perrone's instructional videos on the many ways the prop can be used do a better job of explaining / demonstrating technique than most of the current FF I/II programs on the market.

    Our county training agency recently purchased one of these and I'm dying to get my hands and tools on it.

    Good Luck with your presentation.

    Edit - Disclaimer - I have no ties to Mike Perrone or Firehouse Innovations
    It's funny you mention Mike and Firehouse Innovations. I took a class with him and his door and i agree, The Prop and Mike are phenominal. He is a master of the Irons and the video clip on his site just breaks the surface of the stuff he teaches in person. I took his class on my own, i want my department to get him to come up and do a class and bring his prop. The thing blows away the Friction Force prop. Mike's door is FAR more realistic and versatile.

    All that aside. I will be using Mike's video in the class. I just wanted some pictures and diagrams of locks and the like for the through the lock portion of the training.

    Thanks for you help.

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    Cool

    Check out the FDNY Forcible Entry Manual...lots of great stuff in there..hope this helps.

    http://www.vententersearch.com/supplemental/fdny_fe.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by EBHFD68 View Post
    Check out the FDNY Forcible Entry Manual...lots of great stuff in there..hope this helps.

    http://www.vententersearch.com/supplemental/fdny_fe.pdf
    Yes, great manual and i have it too. But that is still not the format i want.

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    Check here, they might have something...they have just about everything.

    http://feti.lsu.edu/municipal/NFA/TRADE/
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    Quote Originally Posted by JTFIRE80 View Post
    Check here, they might have something...they have just about everything.

    http://feti.lsu.edu/municipal/NFA/TRADE/
    Great link, thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WD6956 View Post
    It's funny you mention Mike and Firehouse Innovations. I took a class with him and his door and i agree, The Prop and Mike are phenominal. He is a master of the Irons and the video clip on his site just breaks the surface of the stuff he teaches in person. I took his class on my own, i want my department to get him to come up and do a class and bring his prop. The thing blows away the Friction Force prop. Mike's door is FAR more realistic and versatile.

    All that aside. I will be using Mike's video in the class. I just wanted some pictures and diagrams of locks and the like for the through the lock portion of the training.

    Thanks for you help.
    Hey Sorry it took me so long to get back to you.

    I'm hoping that I can talk our training director into having Mike come down and do a "Train the Trainer" with our instructors before our next Firefighter I class.

    If not I'm going to look up one of his classes on my own as well.

    Good luck with your powerpoint and if I run across anything else I'll be sure to pass it along.
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    There is a huge library of information regarding training located on the LSU web site. Called the TRADE.

    Here is a link

    http://feti.lsu.edu/municipal/NFA/TRADE/

    Hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mfdpooh3 View Post
    There is a huge library of information regarding training located on the LSU web site. Called the TRADE.

    Here is a link

    http://feti.lsu.edu/municipal/NFA/TRADE/

    Hope this helps.
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    Check here, they might have something...they have just about everything.

    http://feti.lsu.edu/municipal/NFA/TRADE/

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    I know that this is late but do you still need the power point? I have a couple that I created for my Instructor 1 course.

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    Sure, ill PM you.

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    You might also want to try the TEEX web-sit not sure of the link but they do alot of Firefighter training and might have what you are looking for.

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